Tyndall prepares for annual air show - The News Herald, FL
Aerial demonstrations will include performances from the US Army "Golden Knights" and the Sky Soldiers, highlighted by the world famous Blue Angels of the ...
Boat slips to be auctioned off for Thunder - Louisville Courier-Journal, KY
... Corp. will again auction off individual boat slips at the Great Lawn Harbor at Waterfront Park for use during Thunder Over Louisville on April 18. ...
XLIII Starts On A High Note - Tampa Tribune, FL
... the extra-high note on "land of the free" and finishing off "home of the brave" with a force that rivaled the subsequent flyover by the Thunderbirds. ...
Super Bowl Sunday's photos - Tampabay.com, FL
[BRENDAN FITTERER Times] A Pittsburgh fan waves a terrible towel as the USAF Thunderbirds do a stadium fly-over before the start of Super Bowl XLIII in ...
Spectators Spellbound as Saudi Hawks Weave Magic - Khaleej Times, United Arab Emirates
AL AIN -The Saudi Hawks, the aerobatics display team of the Royal Saudi Air Force stunned the spectators with its seemingly effortless formation display on ...
US Navy Retires Last S-3B Viking From Fleet Service from DefenceTalk.com
The U.S. Navy retired the last Lockheed Martin S-3 Viking from fleet service in ceremonies here this morning, closing out the aircraft's distinguished 35-year Naval career.
Boeing considers restarting OV-10 production after 23-year hiatus from Flightglobal Events
Boeing is considering the possibility of restarting production of the OV-10 Bronco turboprop, a Vietnam-era light attack and observation aircraft last produced...
Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Airborne Canadians from AVWeb Podcast - Podcast
It's the 100th anniversary of powered flight in Canada, and the Toronto Aerospace Museum is marking the milestone with a name change and a major expansion that will celebrate the role of Canadians in some of the greatest technological accomplishments of mankind, including the U.S. space program. AVweb's Russ Niles spoke with Susan Douglas of the soon-to-be-called Canadian Air and Space Museum.
Messages du Livre d'Or from Apache Roll, le blog de la patrouille Breitling by Grifil
Quel bonheur et quelle belle récompense de découvrir à chaque fois vos messages de soutien et d'Amitié dans le "Livre d'Or" du site "Breitling Jet Team"...Toute l'équipe vous remercie pour ces marques de sympathie qui nous vont droit au coeur et qui justifient à elles seules le travail et la rigueur que nous nous imposons pour vous donner ces instants d'émotion.Amitié à vous tous !...et à bientôt pour la saison 2009 !
Hello Plane Folks, This week I bring you a lovely essay on the CAF Minnesota Wing'sL-5 Sentinel. It was a spectacular fall day. http://maxair2air.com/ Also, I have a special treat for you. For a limited time, I have created a way for you to get a free, one year membership to Spot Greetings, my new business. This is a $15 dollar value. And to entice you to actually take me up on this offer, I made up some ecards just for pilots and aviation buffs, so check out the offer at the end of the essay please. Or click here- https://www.spotgreetings.com/joinRedeem.aspx and enter Spot77 as the promo code. Feel free to pass this along to anyone you know who likes to send cards. It's a limited time offer though. Enjoy! Max Haynes - MaxAir2Air Pictures http://MaxAir2Air.com mailto:MaxAir2Air@mac.com
Heroic Flint native Duane Hackney named to Aviation Hall of Fame - The Flint Journal - MLive.com, MI
Now the Beecher High School graduate, who died in 1993 at age 46, is about to receive another honor: induction into the Michigan Aviation Hall of Fame. ...
Newnan students turn back clock with historic aircraft - Newnan Times-Herald, GA
The students, accompanied by their World War II history teacher, Frank Henderson, visited the Commemorative Air Force Dixie Wing at Peachtree City's Falcon ...
This Week In Military/Aviation History 2 - 8 February from Warbirds Online by Tom Kwiatkowski Sr.
Well Folks, did you ever notice that the only time you feel time is slowing down is when you are waiting for something to arrive? It seems forever when you check on something’s delivery date and it has still got 2-4 weeks to go. Amazing isn’t it? I don’t know why I torture myself by buying FineScale Modeler’s Great Scale Modeling special editions. I like to think I’m a pretty good modeler, but when I look at the photo and read the caption of a gorgeous looking kit and find out it’s scratch-built or enhanced with this and that, or even built straight out of the box but weathered with pastels or polished to a mirror-finish, first it inspires me to work smarter and not harder (see last week’s post) and then when that fizzles out, it puts reality right in front of my face. I don’t know how many times, even though I’m really careful, I lose one or two small parts to the rug-monster or glance at the instructions, build something, and find out my glance missed an important part and I have to try taking it apart to add what I missed. It’s always somethin’! Oh well, let’s get down to some serious history, shall we?
Events in Aviation History, Jan 22 - Jan 31 from You Fly, Girl by Cathy Gale
A P-40 returns to the skies - Aviation Airshow Air Race Photography Discussion from http://www.aafo.com/ A P-40 returns to the skies
Just a few short days ago Chris Provost of Vintage Aircraft Company took to the skies in his newly restored P-40N (42-105306) for the first time. This past Saturday I got to see it make its 4th flight. An exciting time at a relatively small airport. Congratulations to Chris and the whole gang that made this birds return to the skies possible. A few more shots of it (and a couple videos) can be seen on the WIX site.
Royal Aeronautical Society Symposium 2009 from Pacific Wings Magazine by Rob
Each year, the New Zealand division of the Royal Aeronautical Society presents an annual symposium on subjects of interest to the aviation community in New Zealand and the Pacific region.
Honoring an Aviator - Mac McCary from Alabama Aviator - Aviation News
WETUMPKA- Today members of EAA Chapter 822 gathered at the Wetumpka Airport to celebrate the life of one of their own, James G. (Ret. Col.) "Mac" McCary. Mac wished no flowers or funeral but his EAA brothers honored him in the same way he lived, with the spirit of aviation.
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Monday, February 2, 2009
Tyndall prepares for annual air show - The News Herald, FL