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Helborne 513: October Issue

Pivotal Tactics - Behind the Legendary Battle of Britain

Banshee Wail - Flying Skulls over Burma

Out for a Sunday Ride - Civilian Pilots Caught in History’s Path

Chennault’s Flying Tigers -- How They Got Their Name

The First Bridge - The Vietnam War Had to Start Somewhere

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Afghan AF Gets New Attack Planes

Afghan AF Gets New Attack Planes

After repeated delays including a contract cancellation, the first four out of 20 Embraer/Sierra Nevada Corporation A-29 Super Tucano light attack aircraft slated for service in the Afghan Air Force (AAF) arrived on January 15 at Hamid Karzai International Airport, IHS Jane’s Defense Weekly reports. The AAF is expecting an additional delivery of four more A-29 Super Tucano […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1784 – One of the largest hot-air balloon ever made, called ‘Le Flesselle’ by the Montgolfier brothers, makes an ascent at Lyon, France. The balloon’s capacity is 700,000 cubic feet and it goes up to 3,000 feet. 1899 – Birth of George Ebben Randall, British World War I flying ace. 1947 – First flight of the Fiat G.212, a Italian three-engine airliner. 1995 – Bristow […]

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Museum Honors Pennsylvania’s Pitcairn

Museum Honors Pennsylvania’s Pitcairn

A miracle of modern life is the ability to fly. As a kid, me and my buddies would ride our bikes out to Castle Air Force Base, lie down near the far end of the runway and look up as B-52 bombers came in for a landing. The roar of their eight jet engines shook […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1893 – Birth of Douglas Evan Cameron, British World War I flying ace. 1935 – First flight of the Blohm & Voss Ha 137 (shown), a  German ground-attack aircraft. 1957 – End of Operation Power Flite; a trio of BoeingB-52B Stratofortresses of the U.S. Air Force lands at March Air Force Base near Riverside, Calif., after flying for a total […]

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Coast Guard Station Gets Special Jayhawk

Coast Guard Station Gets Special Jayhawk

US Coast Guard Air Station Astoria in Oregon received a yellow-painted Sikorsky MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter at its base in Warrenton on Jan. 15, in celebration of 100 years of Coast Guard aviation. The Jayhawk helicopter, the first of all this year’s specially painted aircraft delivered by the Coast Guard to an operational unit, arrived from Coast Guard Aviation Logistics Center […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1935 – First flight of the RWD-13, a Polish touring three-seater high-wing monoplane. 1950 – Death of Henry Harley “Hap” Arnold, aviation pioneer, second rated pilot in the history of the U.S. Air Force, chief of the Air Corps (1938–1941) and commanding general of the USAF’s predecessor during World War II. 1969 – Birth of […]

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“Bataan” Connie Arrives at Chino

“Bataan” Connie Arrives at Chino

The Lockheed VC-121A Constellation “Bataan” arrived at Planes of Fame Air Museum Chino Airport today from the Planes of Fame Valle-Grand Canyon facility in Valle, Ariz., where it has been on display for more than 20 years. The last time this aircraft was at Chino was 20 years ago. The Constellation has been sold to […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1893 – Birth of Alan Bott, British World War I flying ace and journalist. 1935 – United Air Lines decides to equip its fleet with a de-icing system for airplane wings, following successful tests on a Boeing 247. 1952 – First flight of the SIPA S.200 Minijet (shown), a French two-seat light sporting jet. 1969 – Death of William Roy […]

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New USAF Museum Building to Open in June

New USAF Museum Building to Open in June

A $40.8 million expansion of the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force will open June 8 at Wright-Patterson AFB, museum officials said Wednesday. The years-in-the-making, privately financed 224,000-square-foot fourth hangar was expected to draw more visitors to the world’s largest military aviation museum that attracts more than a million people every year. “We do expect an […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1913 – The first regular aerial cargo service begins in the U.S. when Harry M. Jones takes off with a Wright B to fly baked beans from Boston to New York. 1919 – Death of Hans Christian Friedrich Donhauser, German World WarI flying ace, in a crash near Coblenz, Germany. 1940 – First flight of […]
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