Rocketman Breaks Jetpack Record In Death-Defying Stunt from Reggie Paulk
The Royal Gorge is a deep gash in the earth. It's sheer rock walls fall almost vertically over 1000 feet to the river below. Spanning the chasm is the Royal Gorge Bridge. Built in the 1920's this suspension bridge is the world's highest suspension bridge. Believe me, no matter how unafraid of heights you are, peering through the wooden slats to the river far below gives you the heeby jeebies. Jet-pack pilot Eric Scott of GoFast Energy Drinks flew 1500 feet across the canyon today to break the record for longest flight with a jet pack. To put it into perspective, the flight took him 24 seconds to complete--He had less than six seconds of fuel remaining when he touched down on the other side. Here's a video I made of the adventure:
2009 AIR SHOW SCHEDULES – AirShowBuzz.com
ASB will have the North American Team schedules posted the minute ICAS releases them at the upcoming convention in Las Vegas. However, if you are a performer or a show be sure and send us your dates. Send Us Your Dates!
Santa and CAF Arizona Wing to Help Collect Toys for Needy Children - EVLiving
Santa Claus is flying to the Commemorative Air Force Arizona Wing Aviation Museum in Mesa on December 13, 2008, to help the East Valley Firefighters and the Mesa Police Officers collect Toys for needy children this Holiday Season from November ...
Air Force One Museum proposed for Wilmington - StarNewsOnline.com
Howie Franklin, Brunswick County Airport director, is surrounded by models of Air Force One in his office. He believes the area would be an appropriate site for a proposed Air Force One Museum. Now the airport director at Brunswick County Airport on ...
Yanks Air Museum PB4Y Arrives in Chino from Warbirds Online by Ryan Keough
The latest coming in from the news hounds over at WIX (Warbird Information Exchange) involves the ferry flight of Consolidated PB4Y-2 Privateer (Bu No 66300) from Greybull, WY to Chino, CA for delivery to its new home at Yanks Air Museum in Chino. The aircraft formerly served with Hawkins & Powers in Greybull as a fire bomber as Tanker 124. The aircraft was one of a fleet of vintage fire bombers that were auctioned off in late 2005. It’s great news that the former H&P Privateers are finding new homes and are not meeting the fate of the scrapper. Though Tanker 124 will be a long-term restoration to bring it back to wartime condition, certainly the skilled craftspeople at Yanks are up for the challenge.
CaringBridge - Alan is Home!!! - Yes, give thanks to our Lord, Alan is home!!! We had a busy day and now he is enjoying talking airplanes with my Dad, Casey, Bryan and Bill Gordon. Sandy, Bryan's girlfriend flew in and has been wonderful with Skylar and Brandon and I've been busy trying to throw a dinner together for tonight.
Nordo News Nov 2008 from Lee Bottom Flying Field from http://www.leebottom.com/ Seaplanes at Lee Bottom - During the last few years, the number of seaplanes visiting Lee Bottom has increased steadily but until recently, all of them had been amphibs. This year though, for whatever reason, we started to receive calls and emails about planes on straight floats being able to visit.
Female pilots meet at Brackett Field in La Verne - Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, CA
"We are a group that appreciates the history that has been made by women in aviation," said Harmer. The San Gabriel Valley chapter, which meets at Brackett ...
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INDOT: Early Aviation in Indiana from http://www.in.gov/
Early Aviation in Indiana - Paul Baer: A World War I flying ace, he died carrying mail in China. Fort Wayne, his hometown, named the municipal airport in his honor.
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