MCAS plans to blow away world record at air show - Yuma Sun, AZ
Assisting the air station in its world-record attempt will be the Commemorative Air Force's bomb squad, headed by Gordon Webb. The CAF is performing a live re-enactment of the Dec. 7, 1941 bombing of Pearl Harbor called "Tora, Tora Tora. ...
Officials prepare for the 2009 Air show at Hill Air Force Base - StandardNet, UtahBy MITCH SHAW HILL AIR FORCE BASE -- The air show is still months away, but local emergency crews are already prepping for it. Emergency-management teams from Hill, Weber and Davis counties, Layton Fire Department, Davis County Sheriff's Office and the ...
USAF THUNDERBIRDS 'SPICE UP' 2009 SHOWS – AirShowBuzz.com
The USAF demonstration team flies its annual acceptance show Thursday giving the team its first chance to show off its newer F-16 jets, which feature more powerful engines.What Changes Will Fans See?
Avalon International Airshow - Metroblogging.com, IL
By neil I have to admit this year’s airshow looks pretty good. Various news outlets throughout the past week have shown Eric Scott carefully flying his Go Fast Jet Pack around Geelong. People have been trying to “perfect” jet pack technology for ...
Planners of 2010 Berlin Air Show promote event in visit to Wichita from Kansas.com: Aviation by MOLLY MCMILLIN
Promoters of next year's ILA Berlin Air Show were in Wichita this week to encourage participation in the exhibition and show. Wichita is the hub of aviation and a key place to visit to promote the show, said Rudolf Dorpinghaus, senior aerospace advisor for the German Aerospace Industries Association. The Berlin Air Show, held every other year, will be June 8-13, 2010, at the Berlin-Schoenefeld Airport. Last year's show attracted 1,127 exhibitors from 37 countries and 240,000 visitors, including 120,000 trade visitors. More than 330 aircraft were on display. Part of the show will include an international suppliers forum focused on fostering business between suppliers and original equipment manufacturers from the aerospace and defense sectors, Dorpinghaus said.
Pilot: Fly-In will be a day for the senses - Opelika Auburn News, AL
For some who attend this weekend’s Lee County Red Cross Heroes Take Flight Fly-In, it will just be an air show, but for Auburn pilot Jim Cook, it’ll be what he describes as a “sensory experience.” Those who go will have their senses immersed with the ...
Pilots add their names to history from Aviation.ca News
In recognition of the Canadian Centennial of Flight on February 23, 2009, every Canadian Forces air crew member that flew on the historic date will have their names listed on a commemorative scroll which will eventually find a permanent home...
CAF Loses F-82 To Air Force, But Will Pursue Appeal from AVwebFlash Current Issue
A rare F-82 Twin Mustang that has long been operated by the Commemorative Air Force (CAF) is now being dismantled in Midland, Texas, for shipping to the National Museum of the Air Force (USAFM) in Dayton, Ohio. The CAF has operated the airplane since the 1960s, but its right to do so has been in dispute since 2002, when the CAF said it was going to trade the airplane and the Air Force said it couldn't. A judge ruled in September that the Air Force owns the airplane, but CAF has been pursuing an appeal. This week, the CAF said it had offered to drop the appeal if the Air Force would allow the F-82 to remain on static display in Midland, but that proposal was rejected, leaving the CAF no choice but to hand over the airplane. "I had great hopes that this would be an amicable way to agree to disagree, yet still concede to the USAFM's policy to not fly the F-82, which has supposedly been their concern," said Stephan Brown, president and CEO of the CAF. "This decision to reject our proposal is confusing and disappointing." The response to the CAF proposal by the director of Air Force History and Museum Policies and Programs states: "After a robust and thorough discussion, the voting members of the Heritage Board unanimously decided that, based on the history of this matter and the precedential import of the judicial determination concerning the ownership of the F-82 to the National Museum of the United States Air Force and the other Armed Services, the offer of settlement could not be accepted." Brown said the CAF will now move forward with the appeal process.
A Day at an Aviation Museum - We had beautiful weather last weekend and had an opportunity to meet some new friends we had made on Twitter, so we drove down to Sacramento and spent a day looking at airplanes and further establishing the friendships. We started out with a few hours at the Aerospace Museum of Sacramento located at McClellan Airport (MCC), what used to be McClellan Air Force Base. They have a very nice museum building, clean and modern with very friendly workers and a nice store filled with aviation goodies. The entry fee for adults is $8 and there are various discounts for children and seniors (over 65)…
The 505th Command and Control Wing - WMBB-TV, FL
At the time, the Group operated west coast radar stations and flew B-25 “Mitchells” used to calibrate those radar sites. After eight years of service in Vietnam as the 505th Tactical Control Group, earning thirteen campaign streamers and five Air Force ...
Back in a B-17 - KFDM-TV News, Texas
He wasn't at the controls of a B-17, but he did get to fly in the legendary plane for the first time in more than 50 years. Arthur Greenspan knows this B-17 bomber inside and out. Greenspan was a pilot on this flying fortress. ...
Rolls-Royce expands global customer training with new North American facility from Vertical Online RSS Feeds - News Page
Rolls-Royce today opened a new Rolls-Royce Regional Customer Training Center (RCTC) in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, the second customer training facility it has opened in the last twelve months. Providing services to civil and defense aerospace, energy and marine customers from all over the world, the new facility is part of the Group's global strategy to provide world-class customer training…
TH International Airport searching for new director from Terre Haute News, Terre Haute, Indiana- TribStar.com—News
The Terre Haute International Airport is combing through resumes in search of a new director.
India - Aero India 2009 - Yelahanka AB - 02/15/09 from FenceCheck Forums - Sarang Chopper Aerobatic team, flying the Dhruv choppers
India - Aero India 2009 - Yelahanka AB - 02/15/09 from FenceCheck Forums - Some of the Suryakiran aerobatic team - flying the Provost trainer aircraft.
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MCAS plans to blow away world record at air show - Yuma Sun, AZ