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Amelia Earhart

Amelia Earhart

First woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean and setting many aviation records. July 24, 1897–disappeared 1937 Amelia Earhart was a noted American aviation pioneer and author. Earhart was the first woman to receive the U.S. Distinguished Flying Cross, awarded for becoming the first aviatrix to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. She set […]
Country music star Aaron Tippin pilots a B-29

Country music star Aaron Tippin pilots a B-29

Not only is Aaron Tippin a world-famous country singer, he’s also an accomplished pilot! He recently completed his check ride in “Fifi,” the only B-29 Superfortress still flying today. Here’s his story: “Getting checked out in the B-29 on this beautiful September day is a lifelong dream and the coolest thing ever”, Tippin exclaims. Now Aaron […]

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Grumman’s Guardian

Grumman’s Guardian

The story behind the avenger’s replacement By mid-1944 the U.S. Navy knew that it would take much longer than previously thought for the Allies to win WW II. The Japanese were still putting up very stiff resistance to the American demand for complete capitulation. Thus, it was expected that an invasion of Japan in late […]
Pearl Harbor: the Sleeping Giant Awakens

Pearl Harbor: the Sleeping Giant Awakens

War was coming to the ocean called “Pacific.” Imperial Japan, in need of oil to feed its growing ambition, squirmed under the stricture of an American embargo (implemented because of Japan’s aggression toward China). Japan would not be denied its self-proclaimed destiny, so Tokyo’s warlords cast covetous eyes southward to the petroleum-rich Dutch East Indies, […]

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Some Days You Should Stay  in Bed

Some Days You Should Stay in Bed

The engineers were trying to build the lightest airplane with the biggest motor and still make it capable of surviving carrier landings. To do this, they designed the wings lighter and weaker than normal but intended to shed about three feet on each side should it be overstressed. It could fly back to the carrier […]
Up Close: F4U CORSAIR

Up Close: F4U CORSAIR

Bent-Wing Beauty You don’t have to inspect a Corsair closely to know that it is a very complex airplane. The characteristics that make it so identifiable—among them, its inverted “gull” wing—must have kept manufacturing people up nights trying to figure out how to build them fast enough to meet the requirements of the War. From […]

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The Aviators Season 2 Episode 1

The Aviators Season 2 Episode 1

Aviation 101: An explanation of some of the very basics of aviation. Host profiles: A closer look at some of the hosts of The Aviators including Sara, Kurtis, Anthony, and new host, country music singer George Canyon. [youtube]fTW0_ecWlWc[/youtube]
The Aviators Season 1 Episode 13

The Aviators Season 1 Episode 13

Cross-border flying, Boreal forest, Flying a Cessna around the world, Splash-in: Float plane fly-in [youtube]WEZzE4Q8HJQ[/youtube]

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The Aviators Season 1  Episode 11

The Aviators Season 1 Episode 11

Mikey McBryan of TV’s ‘Ice Pilots’, Goodyear blimp, Midnight Sun Challenge into the Yukon [youtube]QCIfrcVtOPE[/youtube]
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