Golden Knights team celebrates 50 years - News14.com, NC
Wilfred "Squeak" Charette was one of the first Golden Knights. "We became rock stars, rock stars of the sky," Charette said. Charette showed up half a century later to honor the Knights' anniversary, as did Geren. "Some of our finest soldiers over ...
Canadian aerobatic team to perform at Rochester-area air show - WCAX, VT
AP - March 17, 2009 3:15 AM ET ROCHESTER, NY (AP) - Canada's aerobatic Snowbirds team will headline the Rochester area's ESL Air and Water Show this year. Monroe County also announced yesterday that the event will be held earlier this year and move ...
Former USAF Thunderbirds Pilot Inspires Young Girls - Aero-News Network, FL
Perched on a balcony overseeing an assortment of aircraft static displays, a young girl asked Maj. Nicole Malachowski, "Is it hard to be a pilot?" The major smiled at the question; it's one she'd answered many times. After all, she was the first female ...
The Blues are back - Pensacola News Journal, FL
The announcement rang through the corridors of the Blue Angels squadron offices at Pensacola Naval Air Station, and within seconds, crew members in dark blue jumpsuits ran down polished floors and out the doors to greet the returning aviators. ...
Big Changes to Annual Air Show - WROC-TV, NY
The ESL International Air and Water show will be held at Ontario Beach Park this year. Nick Joseph, a sergeant with the Greece Police Department, was found guilty by a judge. The decision was announced Monday afternoon. The Brighton-based company says ...
Air show to move to Ontario beach - Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, NY
The show, which will feature the Canadian Forces Snowbirds Demonstration Squadron, will be held May 30 and 31, said Monroe County Executive Maggie Brooks. Typically, the air show is held mid-summer at the Greater Rochester International Airport. ...
RNZAF Base Auckland Gears Up For Air Show - Scoop.co.nz (press release), New Zealand
Royal New Zealand Air Force Base Whenuapai is gearing up to host its biennial Air Show and Open Day on Saturday 21 March. With both air and ground displays, the day gives the public the chance to interact directly with RNZAF personnel and gain a better ...
Team Maclean Launches New Improved Website from Smoke-On by Tom
Alejandro MacLean and his team have launched their new and improved website. The new site includes information about the members of Team MacLean, multimedia links for their Youtube, Flickr and Facebook pages and much more. You can view the new website at: http://www.teammaclean.com/
At Red Flag, The Flying's Real, But The Enemy's Not – NPR
"You'd rather drive a race car than a remote-control car." But the Air Force isn't laughing at his joke - it's buying hundreds more Reapers and just opened a new school to train these remote-control pilots.
World War II warbird in town for flights - KGET 17, CA
The pristine warbird is owned by The Liberty Foundation, a Burbank-based non-profit formed years ago to educate current and future generations about the price we have paid for freedom, and to preserve America's rich aviation history. ...
Hello Plane Folks, This week I bring you an essay about part 2 of the glider morning on Oahu, the tow experience, with a little dog-fighting thrown in for good measure. http://maxair2air.com Enjoy! Max
Uncontrolled Airspace #125 "Landing Catywompus" from Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast
James joins us in the hangar this week. We talk about flying vacations... the virtues of autopilots... and gear-up landings. All this and more on Uncontrolled Airspace, Episode #125 "Landing Catywompus"
ImagineAir Brings SATS to Life in Southeast from Jetwhine by Scott Spangler
In the spirit of my last post, Share Thumbs-Up Moments With Everyone, I just discovered a new air taxi company, ImagineAir, founded by two flight instructors who met at Georgia Tech. Based in Lawrenceville, just outside of Atlanta, ImagineAir made its first flight in early 2007. With a fleet of five Cirrus SR22-GTSs and 15 employees, the company nearly doubled its business in 2008, and in 2009 it hopes to double the size of its fleet. Not bad for a couple of 25-year-old pilots…
DARPA, Air Force develop hydrogen-powered spy blimp from Engadget by Joseph L. Flatley
The Air Force has announced that it will do its part for economic stimulus by spending $400 million on a dirigible designed to float 65,000 feet above the Earth, where it will provide constant surveillance of an area (such as the Afghanistan-Pakistan border). ISIS (Integrated Sensor Is the Structure) is being billed as a cross between a satellite and a spy plane, kept aloft by helium and powered by hydrogen fuel cells that are recharged with solar panels. The thing will remain in place for up to ten years providing, as one Air Force scientist gushed, "constant surveillance, uninterrupted." If successful, the Air Force would like to see a whole fleet of these things. DARPA has signed on, agreeing to deliver a prototype by 2014.
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Tuesday, March 17, 2009
Golden Knights team celebrates 50 years - News14.com, NC