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The Aviators Season 2 Episode 6

The Aviators Season 2 Episode 6

Day in the life of an air show (Part 2 of 2): The exciting conclusion to the two-part special including an up-close look at the U.S. Navy Blue Angels. [youtube]rSNoySEIeFI[/youtube]
The Aviators Season 2 Episode 5

The Aviators Season 2 Episode 5

Day in the life of an air show (Part 1 of 2): We take you behind the scenes for an exclusive look at the inner workings of one of America’s biggest air shows. [youtube]alor9L9cLzo[/youtube]

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The Aviators Season 2 Episode 4

The Aviators Season 2 Episode 4

Private pilot emergency: Anthony closes the season 2 sim segments by having everything but the kitchen sink thrown at him. Can he do it? MCAS Miramar (formerly Top Gun): Spending the day with US Marine fighter pilots at their legendary base. [youtube]FA4RvyQ9oRc[/youtube]
The Aviators Season Two Episode 3

The Aviators Season Two Episode 3

Can a kid land an airliner?: A follow up to some of the popular sim segments from season one, but this time with a 12 year old at the controls! Flight services: Kurtis shows us the many important functions of this often aspect of Air Traffic Control services. $100 hamburger: A pilot expression for an […]

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The Aviators Season Two Episode Two

The Aviators Season Two Episode Two

ATC gibberish: Breaking down and simplifying all that complex sounding radio chatter. Water egress: Sara learns how to escape from a submerged aircraft. Condor Squadron: Taking to the air with a team of formation pilots flying WW2 era planes [youtube]fTW0_ecWlWc[/youtube]
LAND NOW! An anniversary worth remembering

LAND NOW! An anniversary worth remembering

We at Flight Journal consider it to be an honor to present stories of those who were directly involved in the events of 9/11 as pilots or flight crew. This is yet another view of the event that has shaped our present and our future.   Our plane has been hijacked. Flight attendant #1 stabbed. […]

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Space Ship One

Space Ship One

SpaceShipOne was a suborbital air-launched spaceplane that completed the first manned private spaceflight in 2004. That same year, it won the US$10 million Ansari X Prize and was immediately retired from active service. Its mothership was named “White Knight”. Both craft were developed and flown by Mojave Aerospace Ventures, which was a joint venture between […]
Burt Rutan, designer of SpaceShipOne

Burt Rutan, designer of SpaceShipOne

Elbert Leander “Burt” Rutan (born June 17, 1943) is an American aerospace engineer noted for his originality in designing light, strong, unusual-looking, energy-efficient aircraft. He is famous for his design of the record-breaking Voyager, which was the first plane to fly around the world without stopping or refueling, and the sub-orbital spaceplane SpaceShipOne, which won […]

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Blue Angels

Blue Angels

The mission of the Blue Angels is to enhance Navy and Marine Corps recruiting, and credibly represent Navy and Marine Corps aviation to the United States and its Armed Forces to America and other countries as international ambassadors of good will. The United States Navy’s Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, popularly known as the Blue Angels, […]
Hughes H-4 Hercules – Spruce Goose Flying Boat

Hughes H-4 Hercules – Spruce Goose Flying Boat

The Hughes H-4 Hercules (registration NX37602) (“Spruce Goose”) is a prototype heavy transport aircraft designed and built by the Hughes Aircraft company. The aircraft made its only flight on November 2, 1947 and the project was never advanced beyond the single example produced. Built from wood because of wartime raw material restrictions on the use […]
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