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2018 Oshkosh AirVenture Mustangs

Super Stearman: Bulging Biplane Biceps

Carrier Aviation’s Greatest Error: Landing on the wrong deck.

Magnificent Pain: The Art of the Sukhoi 31

Avro Anson Restoration Underway

Pearl Harbor – four words that could have changed the outcome – Don’t Worry about It!

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On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1884 – Birth of Bernetta Adams Miller, American pioneering aviator who became the fifth licensed woman pilot in the U.S. 1935 – Amelia Earhart takes off from Wheeler Field in Honolulu to fly her Lockheed Vega across the eastern Pacific to Oakland, Calif.; she becomes the first woman pilot to fly solo between Hawaii and […]
‘Bomber Camp’ to Feature B-17, B-24

‘Bomber Camp’ to Feature B-17, B-24

Most of us with a keen sense of aviation history have wondered what it was like to fly and fight aboard a World War II heavy bomber. We’ve seen wartime footage, and classic war movies like “Twelve O’Clock High” or “Memphis Belle.” But have you ever imagined what it would be like to actually train for […]

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Texas Museum to Debut Bleriot Replica

Texas Museum to Debut Bleriot Replica

The Fort Worth Aviation Museum will break ground Saturday morning on a park that will feature a replica of a historic Blériot XI airplane. Located about 4 miles from the museum, First Flight Park will be across the street from the spot where a Blériot XI made the first flight in Fort Worth. The spindly craft, with its open-air […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1895 – Birth of Leroy Randle “Roy” Grumman, American aeronautical engineer, test pilot, and industrialist. He also co-founded Grumman Aeronautical Engineering Co. later to become Grumman Aerospace Corp., and now part of Northrop Grumman. 1931 – William G. Swan stays aloft for 30 minutes over Atlantic City, New Jersey, in a glider powered with 10 […]

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Tiger Moth Rides Threatened After Crash

Tiger Moth Rides Threatened After Crash

The future of Tiger Moth Joy Rides on Australia’s Gold Coast is up in the air as the owner of the Pimpama, Queensland, company suspends services until further notice. The fatal crash last Monday, which killed Coutts Crossing train driver Gary Turnbull, 58, and injured world record breaking pilot Ryan Campbell, 21, destroyed the only […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1907 – The sole Blériot VII, a French expemimental monoplane and the first modern configurated airplane in which Louis Blériot made successful turns, is destroyed on landing. 1922 – Birth of Mariâ Ivanovna Dolina, Soviet World WarII bomber pilot and Hero of the Soviet Union. 1939 – The Royal Air Force abandons daylight raids on Germany after a raid […]

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RNAF Retires Alouette IIIs

RNAF Retires Alouette IIIs

After a service life spanning 51 years and more than 450,000 flight hours, the Royal Netherlands Air Force will retire its last four Aérospatiale SA316 Alouette III helicopters from use on Jan. 1. An official transfer from the air force’s 300 Sqn to the Defence Materiel Organisation (DMO) took place at Gilze Rijen air base on Tuesday. The […]
‘Hanoi Taxi’ Moves Into New Home

‘Hanoi Taxi’ Moves Into New Home

Restoration crews at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force moved the Lockheed C-141C Starlifter “Hanoi Taxi” into the museum’s new fourth building on Dec. 16. The aircraft, which airlifted the first American prisoners of war out of North Vietnam in February 1973, will be displayed in the Global Reach Gallery. The 224,000 square foot […]

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Hells Bells

Hells Bells

Learning the Hard Way Low-altitude combat in the P-40 October 1940: Off I go into the wild blue yonder! I was the oldest of six kids growing up in Tarboro, North Carolina, and enlisted in the Army Air Corps in October 1940. I was assigned to the Third Reconnaissance Squadron in Orlando, Florida, as an aerial […]
The Race for The Secrets

The Race for The Secrets

Disarming and Digesting the Luftwaffe. The gathering of German aviation technology by the United States in the final days of World War II was not a happenstance. As early as October 1944, the AAF created the Air Disarmament Division in England with a two-fold mission: collect examples of German technology, and scrap everything else that […]
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