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The First Bridge - The Vietnam War Had to Start Somewhere

Rocket Mail. It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time.

The First Ride: Everyone has to start somewhere

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USAF X-37B Mini-Shuttle Shrouded in Secrecy

USAF X-37B Mini-Shuttle Shrouded in Secrecy

The military’s mysterious mini-shuttle is set to launch this week on a classified mission that has captured the imaginations of everyone from amateur satellite trackers to anti-nuclear protestors and potential military adversaries Russia and China. Built by Boeing’s secretive Phantom Works in Huntington Beach, Calif., the Air Force X-37B spacecraft is rumored to be everything […]
Epic Aircraft Wants to Expand in Oregon

Epic Aircraft Wants to Expand in Oregon

A kit-plane manufacturer is eyeing a vacant manufacturing plant to expand its operations in Bend, Ore. The City Council voted last week to transfer a lease of airport land from Cessna Aircraft to Epic Aircraft, and officials say the two companies are negotiating on a sale of the building. Epic wanted Cessna’s vacant building to expand production beyond kit planes […]

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Plane Believed to be Singer’s Found in Mexico

Plane Believed to be Singer’s Found in Mexico

The wreckage of a small plane believed to be carrying Mexican-American music superstar Jenni Rivera was found in northern Mexico on Sunday and there are no apparent survivors, authorities said. Transportation and Communications Minister Gerardo Ruiz Esparza said “everything points toward” it being the U.S.-registered Learjet 25 carrying Rivera and six other people to Toluca, outside […]
Influential Double-Ace Fighter Pilot Dies at 88

Influential Double-Ace Fighter Pilot Dies at 88

Ralph Sherman Parr Jr., one of the most decorated military pilots in U.S. history, died Friday, joining the ranks of other legendary aviators who shaped today’s Air Force. Parr, a double ace in the Korean War, had undergone treatment for cancer in recent weeks at an assisted living facility in New Braunfels, Texas, where he died at […]

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Give the Gift of Flight

Give the Gift of Flight

If you still don’t know what to give that hard-to-buy-for youngster in your life, then consider this suggestion: an airplane ride. Nope, not a trip aboard a commercial airliner, as long lines, invasive security and indifferent customer service have pretty much sucked all the fun out of that experience. I’m talking about flying on an […]
Civil Air Patrol to Honor Veterans as Part of Wreath-laying Salute

Civil Air Patrol to Honor Veterans as Part of Wreath-laying Salute

MAXWELL AIR FORCE BASE, Ala. — Members of Civil Air Patrol are proud to partner once more with Wreaths Across America, a nonprofit organization that recognizes the courage and sacrifices of U.S. veterans by placing wreaths on the graves of the fallen during the holiday season. This year, in tribute to the 25 million men and […]

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‘Smoke & Noise’ Highlights Harvard Aerobatic Team

‘Smoke & Noise’ Highlights Harvard Aerobatic Team

Dave, Pete, and Kent are three of the world’s most respected and talented low-altitude civilian pilots. “Smoke & Noise,” a new video produced by Lyte, brings you as close to the Canadian Harvard Aerobatics Team experience as possible without actually getting into their wartime aircraft. Following the team from rehearsal to the air show, we […]
Wildcat to Be Raised From Lake Michigan Friday

Wildcat to Be Raised From Lake Michigan Friday

A submerged World War II fighter is scheduled to be raised from Lake Michigan Friday at the Waukegan, Ill., harbor. The plane, a Grumman (Eastern Aircraft) FM-2 Wildcat, had been sitting at the bottom of the lake off the Chicago shoreline for more than 65 years after crashing during a carrier operations training flight. The […]

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South African C-47 Crashes, 11 Dead

South African C-47 Crashes, 11 Dead

A military plane has crashed in South Africa’s mountainous east, killing 11 officers, the air force said on Thursday. “On board the aircraft was a crew of six and five passengers and it was confirmed that there are no survivors,” the South African Air Force said in a statement. The wreckage of the Douglas C-47TP Turbo […]
Texas Warbird Group to Hold Christmas Night at the Museum

Texas Warbird Group to Hold Christmas Night at the Museum

The sights and sounds of warbirds will be featured  at the Greatest Generation Aircraft’s Christmas Night at the Museum tonight at the Vintage Flying Museum at Fort Worth’s Meacham Field at 505 NW 38th St. The stars of the event, the non-profit group’s holiday fundraiser, will be the GGA’s North American B-25 “Pacific Prowler,” Douglas C-47 “Southern […]
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