Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Indy Transponder 16-July 0950z

Historic Spitfire flight over the Isle of Wight this is, UK
The planes were piloted by Paul Bonhomme and Nigel Lamb, competitors in the Red Bull Air Race, which returns to London on August 2 and 3.

Craig Centennial AirFest to offer many activities Craig Daily Press, CO
The Craig Centennial AirFest — the latest in Craig’s centennial-themed events — will begin at 6:30 am Saturday at Craig/Moffat County Airport. ...

Air show may transfer to new home from Alert 5 - Military Aviation News
Organizers of the Royal International Air Tattoo may move the event from RAF Fairford in Gloucestershire to avoid another cancellation. Tim Prince, director of the tattoo, said: "We want to keep the international air tattoo going. It's an international event and we are famous for it.

Air Show in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy Восток Медиа, Russia
It will be accompanied by popular national bands and musical collectives. The air festival is held in honor of the first anniversary of Kamchatka’s ...

Podcast: Day Two Farnborough Wrap-up from Flightblogger by Jon Ostrower
Once again, I had the opportunity to sit down and
record a podcast with Addison Schonland to recap the second day of the 2008 Farnborough Air Show. I'll be doing these nightly throughout the show, so stay tuned. LISTEN HERE

F-22 Debut Thrills, But Why Did It Fly from DoD Buzz by Colin Clark
The maiden flight of the F-22 at the Farnborough Air Show sent my stomach soaring a few times. The plane pulled some really cool stunts like flying straight up and then sliding straight back down in a tightly controlled and very slow vertical descent on Monday afternoon.

Indian helicopters to be showcased at prestigious Farnborough Air Show, India
The team had participated earlier this month in Weddington International Air Show and Royal International Air Tattoo to commemorate 90th Anniversary of ...

Sarang helicopter team to participate in Farnborough Air Show in UK, Thailand
Earlier this month, the team had participated in the Weddington International Air Show and Royal International Air Tattoo to commemorate the 90th ...

Vulcan 101 from Ares by Bill Sweetman
Today - Wednesday - is supposed to see the last flyable Vulcan bomber return to the skies over Farnborough. Time for a few facts that you may or may not know about the Vulcan, and why it gets the British public so excited.

Star of the show Liverpool Echo, UK
WIRRAL Show organisers are on Cloud Nine after the world’s largest passenger jet helped attract record numbers. Thousands of people across Merseyside also ...

World War II: F4U Corsair from Military History
Entering service at the end of 1942, the Chance Vought F4U Corsair (right) became one of the most feared American fighters of World War II. Designed by...

This Week In Military/Aviation History 14 - 20 July from Warbirds Online by Tom Kwiatkowski Sr.
Well Folks, as I stated last week was the “Big Week” for the 1941 Historical Aircraft Group Museum. Biplane Rally, Air Show and USO Memories Show. All part of history now. Most things went well. I’ll find out more as time goes on. If you attended, I hope your experience was pleasant. If you were unable to attend, there are some fantastic photos posted on the 1941 Historical Aircraft Group Museum Website Message Board…

World War II veteran tells his story of surviving the deadliest ... WTHI, IN
News Ten spoke with a World War II veteran who survived one of the deadliest jobs on the B-17 and now lives to tell his story. ...

Korean War B-29 Nose art. NSFW from Military Photos by JohnnyWalker
Hope you never seen these before. NSFW. Please, please dont be retarded and act like a 5 year of and start talking about the nudity in the nose art. Thats not what this is about, it's about the different types of nose art recorded from the Noses of the B-29 in the Korean War. I think there is one piece of art in here too. My Album is here

Freedom Fest Goshen from FenceCheck Forums
Some visitors on Friday before the show...

DC-3 at Aeromotive from Flying for Dummies by Chris Nielsen
As I was arriving for work on Sunday evening at the club with my old Olympus SLR in hand, the Auckland DC-3 landed and parked at Aeromotive so I thought I'd take a photo. The light was fading so I'm quite pleased with it, really.

Airport name change compromise reached from WISH - Local News
A compromise has been reached in the effort to bring back the Weir Cook name to Indianapolis International Airport. It brings the name of the World War I and II flying ace to the new terminal without changing the name of the airport.

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