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Vanished Hero: June Issue

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

P-40 Warhawks Aerial Assualt on Burma

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

Magnificent Pain: The Art of the Sukhoi 31

Avro Anson Restoration Underway

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Modernized An-2 Bipe Takes Flight

Modernized An-2 Bipe Takes Flight

A Siberian aerospace research center has achieved first flight of a highly modified Antonov An-2 biplane with redesigned, winglet-like braces and carbonfibre wing structures, Sukhoi announced on Wednesday. The Siberian Research Institute of Aviation (SIBNIA) produced the “light multipurpose aircraft” to demonstrate the aerodynamic and structural changes planned for an An-2 replacement, Sukhoi says. The aircraft involved in the flight […]
France’s Top Ten Flyers

France’s Top Ten Flyers

To coincide with Dassault’s glitzy roll-out of the wide-body Falcon 5X business jet last week, and as the aerospace industry prepares to travel to Le Bourget for the Paris air show, Flightglobal’s Top 10 feature looks at some of the most significant and iconic French aircraft of the post-Second World War era. For photos and the complete story by […]

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CAF Starts Fund for ‘That’s All, Brother’

CAF Starts Fund for ‘That’s All, Brother’

Story by the Commemorative Air Force The transport aircraft that led the D-Day invasion of Normandy, France, more than 70 years ago has been rediscovered in an aircraft boneyard in Wisconsin. Believed lost to history, the airplane, a Douglas C-47, was slated to be cut apart and remanufactured as a modern turbo-prop. The Commemorative Air […]
Eastwood to Direct ‘Miracle on the Hudson’

Eastwood to Direct ‘Miracle on the Hudson’

It didn’t take long after the “Miracle on the Hudson” in 2009 for people to wonder about a movie. Now we have an answer, and Clint Eastwood is directing it. The life story of Capt. Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger will be brought to the screen, Warner Bros. Pictures announced Tuesday. The film will be adapted from “Highest Duty: My Search […]

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F-35 Set for ‘Green Flag West’ Exercise

F-35 Set for ‘Green Flag West’ Exercise

Lockheed Martin Corp’s F-35 Lightning II fighter jet will play a major role in a large U.S. military exercise this week for the first time, marking another milestone for the Pentagon’s largest weapons program, Air Force officials said Monday. The exercise, which is called “Green Flag West” and runs through June 12, tests the U.S. […]
Final Tyndall QF-4s Take Off

Final Tyndall QF-4s Take Off

Story and photo by U.S. Air Force The 82nd Aerial Target Squadron, a subordinate unit of the 53rd Weapons Evaluation Group, flew its final McDonnell Douglas QF-4 Phantom mission May 27, marking the end of almost 20 years at Tyndall. Two QF-4 full-scale aerial targets took off around 10:15 a.m. and were successfully destroyed about […]

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Military Helicopters USA August 24-26

Military Helicopters USA August 24-26

The sunny city of Pensacola, Florida will host this year’s Military Helicopters USA event which will take place August 24-26. Don’t miss the opportunity to attend the only event specifically tailored to support ALL BRANCHES, where industry leaders and military personnel will come together to discuss, share, learn and develop their knowledge of helicopters in an […]
10 Cool Airplanes That Won’t Fly Again

10 Cool Airplanes That Won’t Fly Again

There are a lot of good reasons that some airplanes will never — and in some cases should never — fly again. Sometimes the safety, economic or logistical obstacles are just too great. Sometimes the airplane is just too valuable an artifact of the glorious history of flight to risk it. Sometimes, it’s all of the above. Here’s a […]

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Flight Journal Joins Instagram!

Flight Journal Joins Instagram!

Flight Journal made its official debut on Instagram this past week and will be covering the world of aviation from its simple beginnings to its high-tech no-holds-barred future! Follow us @Flight_Journal for awesome high-flying photos and a sneak peek into what’s coming! https://instagram.com/flight_journal/
Sikorsky S-97 Makes First Flight

Sikorsky S-97 Makes First Flight

Sikorsky flew its S-97 Raider rigid coaxial-rotor, high-speed helicopter for the first time May 22, completing a hover and low-speed flight at the company’s development flight center in West Palm Beach, Florida. The aircraft is the first of two prototypes of the Raider light tactical helicopter being built under a $200 million industry effort funded by […]
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