Look up: Fighter pilots to make flyover - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, WI
Air Force Thunderbirds advance pilot and narrator Maj. Anthony Mulhar and another pilot flew into Milwaukee yesterday to promote the Milwaukee Air & Water ...
Recruiters, speakers expected at Women in Aviation gathering - Dayton Daily News, OH
WEST ALEXANDRIA — Companies and government agencies looking for employees are to be represented at the Women in Aviation International conference scheduled ...
Nation's First Female Military Pilots Featured in Fantasy of Flight's "Living History" Series from AMTOnline.com
Aviation attraction celebrates Women's History Month by honoring Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASPs) March 27-28.
The Alberta Aviation Museum/Edmonton Aviation Heritage Society from Aviation.ca News
The Alberta Aviation Museum/Edmonton Aviation Heritage Society and the Spirit of Edmonton Team is proud to advise we will be delivering the mail from our 1300km epic journey to his Honour Mayor Mandel and Edmonton City Council, Wednesday February 3 at...
7th Annual Hops & Props | April 18, 2009 | 7 - 10 p.m. | The Museum of Flight from www.museumofflight.org
On Saturday April 18, brewers will once again converge on The Museum of Flight for the Museum's annual fundraising event "Hops and Props: An Aviation-Themed Craft Beer Tasting Event."
Now in its seventh year, "Hops and Props" combines the best of brews, music and food with the Museum's exciting environment. There will be live music and catered gourmet food is provided. 50 breweries will be on hand, so inquiring guests can sample the finest examples of the brewers' art while expert brew masters answer their every question.
Roundtable will discuss WW II bomber - Post-Bulletin, MN
The American B-25 Mitchell bomber will be the subject of the next meeting of the Scott Hosier World War II Roundtable on Feb. 9 at the Rochester Assembly of ...
The Spitfire In Action from Aviation Earth
The initial order for 310 Spitfires placed the Super Marine Company in a difficult position. They had previously built small batches of flying boats for the Royal Air Force and its work force numbered only about 500. The new all-metal fighter required specialized manufacturing techniques, and ate time when the aircraft industry was expanding. It [...] Related posts: ...
VS-22 'Checkmates' stand down proudly - Jax Air News, FL
Designated a naval aviator in 1967, Powers flew the S-2 Tracker with VS-32. In 1974, he completed transition training to the S-3A Viking with VS-28. ...
Tomorrow is Virginia Aerospace Day from Aviation Today
Aerospace industry leaders in Virginia will join officials from NASA's Langley Research Center and Wallops Flight Facility for Aerospace Day 2009, scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 5 in Richmond. According to NASA, Virginia is home to more than 350...
UW-Oshkosh: Event brings together aerospace entrepreneurs and ... - Wisbusiness.com, WI
... a keynote presentation by Granger Whitelaw, the founder of BlueCar Partners, a venture-consulting firm, and President & CEO of the Rocket Racing League. ...
"Sully" Expected to Get Two-Part Treatment During Sunday's "60 Minutes" from mediabistro.com: TVNewser
CBS sent us this image of Katie Couric interviewing Capt. Chesley Sullenberger and the entire crew of US Airways Flight 1549. This part of the 60 Minutes interview was conducted Monday at one of US Airway's maintenance hangars at Charlotte-Douglas International airport.
TVNewser has learned Sunday's story will most likely be a two-parter, a rarity for 60 Minutes. But when the show lands a big story, they have been known to take the extra time to tell it. Couric also talked with Sullenberger and this wife at their home in California last week and the show assembled more than 50 passengers along with the crew during Monday's taping in Charlotte.
Material Found in Engines of downed US Airways A320 Identified as Bird Remains from www.ainonline.com
NTSB investigators have found bird remains in both engines from the US Airways A320 that ditched into the Hudson River on January 15, according to analysis of the organic material found inside the airplanes’ CFM56-5B turbofans. The Safety Board has sent the material from both engines to the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, where it expects further analysis to identify the particular bird species involved. &; As part of its investigation into this accident, the NTSB investigated an engine surge event that occurred in the right engine during a flight two days before the accident. The engine recovered from the surge and the remainder of the flight proceeded without incident. The NTSB blamed the surge on a faulty temperature sensor, which mechanics replaced following approved procedures. US Airways returned the aircraft to service only after an examination with a boroscope found no...
Mike's Malevolent Machines. from AeroHub by admin
(A light-hearted series covering little-known, or almost forgotten (forgettable?), aircraft that had some interesting historic or technical aspect about them, and from which, generally, we may have learned some lessons as to how to do things better….or perhaps how not to do them!
From the twisted aeronautical mind of Mike Feeney, Hamilton, New Zealand. Comment, critique and, particularly, correction, will be intensely resented but grudgingly replied to.)
To commence our 2009 season of aircraft which are, not only much lesser known than most production types, but which had some aspect which makes them worth taking a look at, I proffer this machine which issued from a company we have examined previously. As there are quite a number of Brits who receive these offerings, I must first reassure them that I am not intentionally picking on your illustrious aeronautical forebears. Some of my best chums (and a chumette who could have been a twin of Ava Gardner!) have been from your cute, dinky green fields or "dark satanic mills". And how can one not like a race of people who civilised most of the globe with that ...
May 23, 2009: Sturgis (KIRS) Fly-In: Supporting our Military Past and Present from Fly-In Calendar
New Defense Testing Facility to Create 220 Jobs - Newsroom - Inside INdiana Business with Gerry Dick
CRANE, Ind. (Feb. 4, 2009) - ITT Corporation (NYSE:ITT) announced today it plans to site a new defense avionics repair and testing facility here, creating more than 220 new jobs in the next three to six years.
ITT's Electronic Systems business, based in Clifton, New Jersey, will invest more than $10 million in connection with a 15,000-square-foot regional electronics repair and evaluation hub at the Crane Naval Surface Warfare Center, a 100-square-mile Department of Defense weapons research and development center located approximately 100 miles southwest of Indianapolis.
4142G Undergoes (yet) another update! from Richard's World by Flyboy
Wings Over Wairarapa Air Show by ravenaz
Tokoroa from AeroHub by admin
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