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Update: Aussie B-24 Restoration Effort

Update: Aussie B-24 Restoration Effort

Most aviation enthusiasts are aware of the role that the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress and Consolidated B-24 Liberator played in USAAF service during World War II. Many, however, are not aware that seven Royal Australian Air Force squadrons flew the B-24 Liberator in long range strikes against Japanese military targets in South East Asia. During WWII, the RAAF […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1933 – Flying their Lockheed Model 8 Sirius “Tingmissartoq” (shown), built in 1929 and used for the 1931 survey flight of Alaska, the North Pacific and China, Charles Lindbergh and his wife begin a major route-proving tour of the North and South Atlantic. 1943 – Birth of John Howard Casper, U.S. Air Force pilot and […]

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F-35s May Miss UK Air Show

F-35s May Miss UK Air Show

British Defence Secretary Philip Hammond said Lockheed Martin Corp’s F-35 Lightning II fighter jet may miss the Royal International Air Tattoo air show this week given a fleet-wide grounding ordered after an engine failure last month. But Hammond told a conference in London on Wednesday that he was “still optimistic” that the new warplane would be […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1892 – Birth of Nikolai Nikolaevich Polikarpov, Soviet aircraft designer who became known as the “King of Fighters.” 1944 – Swordfish aircraft from the British Merchant Aircraft Carrier (or “MAC-ship”) MV Empire MacCallum mistakenly sink the Free French submarine La Perle. It is the only time that MAC-ship-based aircraft sink a submarine. 1961 – Death […]

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C-45 Found in New York Lake 62 Years Later

C-45 Found in New York Lake 62 Years Later

The wreck of a U.S. Air Force Beechcraft C-45 Expeditor aircraft abandoned during flight by its crew in 1952 has been located in Lake Ontario near Oswego, N.Y. On Sept. 11, 1952, the plane, which took off from Bedford, Mass., to Griffis Air Force Base near Rome, N.Y., was crippled by an engine failure. Believing the […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1894 – Birth of Fritz John Jacobsen, German World War I flying ace. 1929 – Dwight S. “Barney” Zimmerley, in a Barling NB-3 bomber, sets a long-distance record, flying from Brownsville, Texas to Winnipeg, in 16 hours. 1962 – First conventional flight of the Lockheed XV-4 Hummingbird (originally designated VZ-10), a U.S. Army project to produce […]

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F-35B Training Squadron Moving to S.C.

F-35B Training Squadron Moving to S.C.

Members of one of U.S. Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort’s new F-35B squadrons are arriving in Beaufort, but the new jets won’t take to local skies until later this fall, according to air station officials. The arrival of Marines from VMFAT-501, the F-35B training squadron that will call the air station home, will be celebrated […]
If Looks Could Kill

If Looks Could Kill

WW II’s Most Beautiful and Deadly Fighter By: James P. Busha It has been said that every soldier in every foxhole lives a different life in combat: even though the troops are all fighting the same battle, each soldier and pilot sees only the exact actions in which he is involved. That’s their private war. […]

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On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1937 – First flight of the Dornier Do 24 (K variant shown), a  German three-engine flying boat. 1937 – Amelia Earhart and navigator Fred Noonan disappear over the Pacific Ocean on a flight from Lae, New Guinea, to Howland Island, and are never seen again. 1941 – Death of Wilhelm Balthasar, German World War II ace; he is killed in action when his Messerschmitt […]
‘Heavy Bombers’ Return to Wisconsin

‘Heavy Bombers’ Return to Wisconsin

In a second annual rare gathering of World War II-era aircraft, the Commemorative Air Force and the Experimental Aircraft Association are joining forces for a “Heavy Bombers Weekend” in Madison, Wis., the weekend before EAA AirVenture. The 3-day event starts Friday, July 25, and will feature an airworthy North American B-25 Mitchell “Miss Mitchell;” the […]
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