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Georgie Boy – Inspiration to a Fighter Pilot

Little Friends Over the Beach

Ending the Greatest War

Butcher Bird

Bombing in the Beast

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Space Shuttle Enterprise to fly over NYC today

Space Shuttle Enterprise to fly over NYC today

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Space shuttle Enterprise has officially left Washington and is now on its way to New York City. The shuttle, which is being airlifted on the back of a 747, left Washington Dulles International Airport around 9:40 a.m. It’s expected to arrive in the New York area around 10:30 a.m. when it will fly over New York City before […]
James Price builds a simulator in his Pleasanton garage

James Price builds a simulator in his Pleasanton garage

File this video under amazing! Air traffic controller and private pilot James Price built a flight simulator out of the nose of a 1969 Boeing 737 in his Pleasanton garage. He has been working on it as a hobby since 2000.

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Historic WWII Aircraft to Visit  New England Air Museum

Historic WWII Aircraft to Visit New England Air Museum

  The New England Air Museum has announced that three historic WWII aircraft will be on public display nearby the Museum from Friday, June 8th through Sunday, June 10th. The aircraft include the B-29 “Fifi” the last fully operational Boeing B-29 Superfortress; the Consolidated B-24 bomber “Diamond Lil” and the P-51 Mustang “Brat III”.  These […]
Wellington Revival

Wellington Revival

Total Vickers Wellington bomber production totaled 11,461 aircraft, built between June 1936-when the prototype first flew- and the end of the World War II in 1945. Just a handful survive and none of these are in airworthy condition. A medium bomber and a reconnaissance aircraft with two 1,585-horsepower Bristol Hercules VI radial engines, the Wellington […]

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WW II First Dogfights

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Soviet Helicopter

Soviet Helicopter

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama — The hull of one of the most feared helicopters in history arrived at the Southern Museum of Flight Tuesday, riding on the back of a trailer 186 miles from the Fort Rucker U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence. It was a camouflage-painted, Mi-24 Hind. The Hind was a flying gunship that became […]
The Rooster Flies!

The Rooster Flies!

You need a sense of humor to survive these days, a fact that hasn’t escaped Italian aircraft designer and builder Ottone Baggio-his recently completed Rooster flow for the first time on December 26th, 2011. “The Rooster has flown!” crowed the crowd at Nervesa della Battaglia airfield, near Treviso in northeast Italy that day. Ottone’s Rooster […]

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Air Force Kills Global Hawk

Air Force Kills Global Hawk

IN A STUNNING REVERSAL on January 26, Pentagon officials announced they’re scrapping plans to use the RQ-4B Block 30 Global Hawk drone as a replacement for the venerable U-2 “Dragon Lady” reconnaissance aircraft. In January 2006, the Air Force announced plans to retired its 33 U-2s (28 single-seat U-2S and five two-seat U-2ST models). Officials said the changeover would take […]
Real Aeroplane Gems

Real Aeroplane Gems

THE GHOST OF WW II RAF Halifax bombers may echo around the hangars at Breighton in east Yorkshire, UK, but today, the noises on this revitalized WW II aerodrome are more likely to be of a Kinner R-540, de Havilland Gipsy Major or Gipsy Six, Pobjoy R or Hirth 504. This is now home of the Real Aeroplane Company (RAC) and the largest collection of […]

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Beechcraft AT-6: The First Fixed-Wing Aircraft To Use Laser-Guided Rockets

Beechcraft AT-6: The First Fixed-Wing Aircraft To Use Laser-Guided Rockets

IN JANUARY, the Hawker Beechcraft AT-6 became the fi rst fixed-wing aircraft to launch a laser-guided rocket during test fl ights at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida. The weapons testing is part of an ongoing congressionally funded operational evaluation of the AT-6, executed by the Air National Guard and Air Reserve Command Test Center (AATC). The 2.75-inch laser-guided […]
Solar Powered Plane Ready For New Flight

Solar Powered Plane Ready For New Flight

LAUSANNE, Switzerland, April 3 (UPI) — A solar-powered airplane that has already set three world records is being prepared for a two-day flight of more than 1,500 miles, its Swiss developers say. The builders of the “Solar Impulse” say the flight will be a dress rehearsal for the ultimate goal of flying around the world in […]
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