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WW II's Deadliest Days: June Issue

A Day to Remember and to Honor

The Rearwin Speedster

Chariots of the Vanquished

The Crisis that Might Have Been

The Luftwaffes Femme Fatales

In Theater: Magic Carpet

Grumman Wildcat - downloadable artwork

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Juno Spacecraft on its way to Jupiter

Juno Spacecraft on its way to Jupiter

After a successful launch from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, the NASA spacecraft Juno is safely on its way to the planet Jupiter. To get into space, the large and heavy spacecraft was launched atop an Atlas V-551 rocket at 12:25 p.m. local time on August 5, 2011. The journey is to take […]
Raid on Regensburg

Raid on Regensburg

Roger McCollester was a 21-year-old kid when he strapped on a B-24 and headed for a German town named Regensburg. And another nightmare mission was underway. Told as only a pilot in the middle of the bomber stream could tell it, readers will quickly understand why bomber pilots had a different kind of war than […]

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Beechcraft Staggerwing Drawings from  William Wylam

Beechcraft Staggerwing Drawings from William Wylam

We became more than just a little excited when we discovered we had complete sets of the original pen- and-ink drawings of the very first, fixed-gear Model 17 (Staggerwing) Beechcraft from the master, William Wylam. These are superb collector’s items! Download it here
Hunter Heaven

Hunter Heaven

When the prototype of the Sydney Camm-designed Hawker Hunter first flew at Dunsfold, Surrey, UK on July 20, 1951, its success and future were not assured. A rival interceptor, fighter aircraft from Supermarine, the Swift, was also competing for the RAF F.43/46 requirement. Sixty years later, the total production figure of 1,985 aircraft speaks for […]

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Splash One Dreamboat

Splash One Dreamboat

In a bizarre sequence of events, under orders, a P-61 Black Widow shoots down a B-29 Super Fort off of Iwo Jima. Arvid Shulenberger was at the controls of the night fighter turned Fort destroyer and in the October 2001 issue of Flight Journal, he tells, in his own words, how he came to shepherd […]
Bell P-63 Kingcobra Free Online Artwork

Bell P-63 Kingcobra Free Online Artwork

The P-39 Airacobra, as featured in this issue, wasn’t the last in the line of the mid-engine Bell fighters. Its bigger brother, the Kingcobra, was never used in combat by the USAAF, but the Russians dearly loved its ground-pounding abilities. The Wylam drawing we’re offering is of killer quality and would frame beautifully. Enjoy! Click […]

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EV-55 Outback

EV-55 Outback

After more than six years of development, the Evektor EV-55M Outback twin turboprop made its first flight June 24 from the Czech Republic town of Kunovice. The 30-minute test signaled the beginning of a new direction for Evektor, maker of the EuroStar and SportStar sport planes, into the commercial utility market. The high-wing Outback, which […]
Boeing Dreamliner’s First Flight

Boeing Dreamliner’s First Flight

 Hong kong – Boeing’s new 787 Dreamliner made its first commercial flight on Wednesday, giving a handful of deep-pocketed passengers the chance to fly into history on what is touted as an aviation breakthrough. Carrying 252 people including corporate VIPs, aviation buffs and a large press pack, the All Nippon Airways (ANA) flight flew from Tokyo’s Narita […]

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Douglas A-1H Gets Ready for Display at the National Museum

Douglas A-1H Gets Ready for Display at the National Museum

Looking at the pieces of the Douglas A-1H in the restoration hangar at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, it is hard to imagine it will someday be a display-worthy aircraft. “Right now, we are just trying to get it on its feet,” said Dave Lazzarine, a restoration supervisor at the museum. So […]
The Aviators Season 2 Episode 10

The Aviators Season 2 Episode 10

Aircraft ownership: Kurtis exploring the varied costs and entry points of flying for everyone from the weekend warrior to the rich and famous. Airpark living: When your driveway is a runway, life is good… and as airparks go, this place is Heavenly! Singles vs Twins: Are two engines really better than one? [youtube]oZiO4xVxiBg[/youtube]
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