Thursday, April 30, 2009

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2009 Robins AFB Air Show - Saturday and Sunday, May 2-3, 2009
Two of the nation's premier aerial demonstration teams will highlight the 2009 Robins Air Force Base Air Show, scheduled for May 2-3.
The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds will perform precision aerobatics in their F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft, traveling at more than 400 mph with their wingtips only inches apart. They will be joined by the U.S. Army Parachute Demonstration Team, the Golden Knights, whose precision skydiving abilities are renowned worldwide.

Thunderbirds fueld by tankers' support - Maxwell-Gunter Air Force Base, AL
A KC-135 Stratotanker from McConnell Air Force Base, Kansas flies in formation with the Thunderbirds over the Caribbean Sea enroute to an air show held at the new Ceiba Airport, in Ceiba, Puerto Rico April 18 and 19. Altus and McConnell tankers ...

Frecce Tricolori season's opening and Rome International Airshow by David Cenciotti
With the mini-airshow that will be held in Rivolto, home of the Frecce Tricolori, on May 1, the airshow season of the Aeronautica Militare (Italian Air Force, ItAF) will officially start. Since the annual Giornata Azzurra (held each year at Pratica di Mare airbase) was canceled due to budget cuts, the traditional Frecce Tricolori season's opening was enriched with the displays of the RSV (Reparto Sperimentale Volo, the Italian Test Wing), that will perform with the AMX, the Tornado, the C-27J and the Eurofighter Typhoon, with a CSAR event involving an ...
Italian "Frecce Tricolori" summer season takes off on the 1st of May - Avionews, Italy
(WAPA) - The traditional air exhibition that opens the Italian national air display team (PAN) "Frecce Tricolori" summer season will be held at Rivolto Air Base (Udine) on the 1st of May. Aircraft of the Italian Air Force experimental flight division ...

American Heroes Airshow - Saturday, June 20th 2009 - Helicopter Association International, VA
Come and see helicopters and meet flight crews from the US Army, US Navy, US Coast Guard, Snohomish County Sheriff, King County Sheriff, local media, Airlift Northwest, Northwest Helicopters, Classic Helicopter Corporation, and many more at the Museum ...

Historic warbirds at aviation expo - Hamilton Spectator, Canada
MOUNT HOPE – What do a Canadian Forces F-18 Hornet and a Russian MIG 15 have in common other than both being fearsome fighter aircraft? Both are going to be in Hamilton this weekend for the 17th annual Canadian Aviation Expo at the Canadian Warplane ...

Soldier gets tandem jump with Golden Knights in NC - FayObserver.com, NC
A soldier who survived a tandem parachute jump in South Carolina that killed his instructor has made another leap, this time in North Carolina with the US Army's Golden Knights. Pfc. Daniel Pharr of Fort Gordon, Ga., jumped with the Army team ...

Ticket sales takeoff for Rockford airfest - WREX-TV, IL
ROCKFORD (WREX) - The Chicago Rockford International Airport has already sold more than 1000 tickets to this summer's airfest. Those sales have come in the four days since the airport announced the F-22 Raptor Demonstration Team as the headlining act ...

Lyon County Fly In slated for May 16-17 - Reno Gazette Journal, NV
SILVER SPRINGS--In prehistoric times, the Lyon County Fly-In was known as the Fernley Fly In and Air Fest and was held at Tiger Field in Fernley, Nevada. Along with the rest of Nevada we have grown so much in the last several years that we outgrew our ...

Air show memories needed for new book - Evening Post, UK
I am currently researching the history of British air shows in order to produce a book marking the 100th anniversary of the first British event in 1909. I was wondering if any of your readers had recollections they may wish to share and photographs ...

Win tickets to RAF Cosford Air Show! - Shropshire Star, UK
The largest aerobatic display team of its kind in the world will take to the skies for the finale of the renowned flying display at this year's Cosford Air Show, bosses have revealed. The Aerostars display team perform breathtaking close formation ...

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Settling things from Steve's AirVenture Site Updates by EAA Staff
Mud. After nearly three inches of rain over the past week, we're dealing with ground that is not very sturdy in the prime areas where we're looking to place building and the like. It's been back and forth between rain and dry over the last month, so hopefully we'll get things on a more consistent level in the coming days. In places where grass exists, we're starting to see things green up a

WWII Veteran reunites with family - Sourdough Sentinel, AK
Jett was a B-17 Waste Gunner from the 305th Bomb Group around 1943-1944. He flew missions during World War II, and even doubled them for a chance to get home sooner. Jett was never as famous as some of the WWII dog fighter pilots were. ...

Reunion of RAF Malayan veterans - maltonmercury.co.uk
By Staff Copy Royal Air Force veterans who were on active service in Changi, Seletar and smaller outposts during the Malayan Emergency between 1947 and 1960 will gather at Elvington Air Museum for a reunion on Wednesday May 13.

Sun N Fun 2009 from Technorati
This little event in the air show circuit happened last week. The Bowl took a Saturday and some sunscreen to Lakeland Linder Regional Airport to check out the flotsam… One of the cool but slightly dangerous things about the Fun N Sun, is that you are on active taxiways. Granted, there are motorcycle escorts, but still, your ten feet from a T-28 Trojan as it parks. T 28 Trojan (click on picture to see a 1200 x 900 image) Ever seen a Yak - 52 ? Me neither. YAK-52 ...

A-10 Thunderbolt from Technorati
I created this video last year at the Huntsville Air Show. For those that follow the news, this is the airshow in which a person was killed with a sudden storm blew over one of the tents onto that person. Not sure if we're having one this year yet. Anyway, because I'm pretty much boycotting YouTube for military content, I uploaded this video onto my GreatAmericans.com account. All great videos about our nation's heroes should be hosted there. A-10 Thunderbolt - watch more videos

P-38 Lightning - Latest News on the P-38 Lightning WWII Fighter Plane from p38assn.org

Fly Past to launch year marking Sheppey's heritage - Kent News, United Kingdom
A year of celebrations by the Royal Navy of its flying heritage kicks off on Friday with a ceremony on Sheppey followed by a fly-past across the island, Yourswale reports. It is being staged at the Pioneer Memorial in Eastchurch, which celebrates the ...

Museum opens Thunderbirds F-16 aircraft exhibit - Air Force Link, DC
(AFNS) -- The Museum of Aviation here will open to the public a permanent Thunderbirds F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft exhibit May 3, the same day the Air Force Thunderbirds aerial demonstration team will perform at nearby Robins Air Force Base. ...

Enola Gay hangar named to endangered site list from Air Force Times - News
The Utah desert hangar that housed the Enola Gay, the B-29 Superfortress bomber that dropped the first atomic bomb on Japan, is among America's 11 most endangered historic places, according to the National Trust for Historic Preservation list for 2009.

Did you help design the B-17, or know someone who did? - Seattle Post Intelligencer
This upcoming weekend in Seattle, a visiting Boeing B-17 should draw a set of citizens who are just as important as those who flew it: the folks who designed it. "It's great to be able to bring a B-17 back to Boeing Field," Brooks said Monday. ...

Dive bomber from World War II to be restored - Chicago Tribune, United States
Now, the Douglas SBD-5 Dauntless will receive a full restoration at the National Naval Aviation Museum at Pensacola Naval Air Station. The National World War II Museum in New Orleans is sponsoring the restoration using money from an anonymous donor. ...

Young Eagles offering free airplane rides - Romeo Observer, MI
The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) launched the Young Eagles program in 1992 to give interested young people an opportunity to go flying in a general aviation airplane free of charge. The EAA Chapter 13 in Ray will offer free airplane rides ...

Youth aviation clinic set in St. Landry Parish - The Times-Picayune - NOLA.com, LA
The Southwest Center for Rural Initiatives is taking applications for a one-day class about aviation as a career and how pilots get certified. The clinic co-sponsored by the St. Landry Parish Airport on May 16 is for young people aged 12 to 17. ...

Great work by the pilot from Bayou Renaissance Man by Peter
A light sport aircraft with engine trouble landed on a main street in Winter Haven, Florida, a few days ago. The Skyranger aircraft, similar to the one shown below (click the picture for a larger view), is very popular among home builders, with over 1,000 flying at present.

Trial by Water - Air and Space
NASA tests the seaworthiness of its new moonship.
NASA plans to return to the moon by 2020, and the Orion crew exploration vehicle is scheduled to fly its first missions to the International Space Station as early as 2014. But before that can happen, recovery teams need to know how to rescue the astronauts and retrieve the capsule after a splashdown in the ocean. ...

Spaceport America construction manager interview from RLV and Space Transport News
62 Mile Club posts a New Mexico video news report about the contracting and jobs involved with Spaceport America construction: TV Interview with Spaceport America Construction Management - 62 Mile Club.

WK2 and the Media from Mojave Skies by Alan Radecki
... What also resulted was a confluence of media attention that surprised many. Traditionally, Scaled Composites refrains from commenting publicly after test flights, a combination of their near-legendary secrecy and a desire to let their customer direct the material that the media receives. In this case, their customer is Virgin Galactic, which as part of the Virgin Group, has a reputation for stage-managing as much as possible any and all media coverage. As they're in the business of selling tickets, they naturally want to maximize their efforts, and control all the forces that affect them. ...

The largest model-rocket launch in history happens on the Eastern ... - Baltimore City Paper, MD
The fiberglassed plywood skin has been removed from the middle section, revealing the aluminum-reinforced oak frames and the electrical panels, where Bob Utley, president of the Maryland Delaware Rocketry Association (MDRA), tests the circuitry, ...

Uncontrolled Airspace #132 "Never Gets Old"
Closing day at Sun 'n Fun 2009. The boys are joined by SnF President John Burton, Sporty's founders Hal and Sandy Shevers, and old friend Craig Barnett. We do our best to wrap up this year's edition of the fly-in. All this and more on Uncontrolled Airspace, Episode #132 "Never Gets Old"

Knocking Off the Rust (and Not Hurling) from Let's Go Flying by Steve Tupper
It's been a long time since I flew aerobatics with any regularity. Want to know how I know? I was pretty green around the gills and ready to head back for pattern work after only about 20 minutes of aerobatics recently.
More Acro Conditioning and Shooting Video from Airspeed by Stephen Force (Steve Tupper)

X-30 NASP: Getting value for your artistic dollar from The Unwanted Blog by admin
F-86 Sabre Jet at Aviation Nation 2007 by Parrothead Jeff
Airpower over Hampton Roads 2009, Air Force Week from Military Photos by Chucky
Vidalia Onion Festival Air Show 2009 - Vidalia from FenceCheck Forums
Who is the pilot? by Mark Pillat

Hot air balloons to compete at 500 Festival from WTHR
The world's tallest hot air balloon is in town to help kick off the Centennial Era Celebration at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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1 comment:

melissa said...

Hi,
Glad to stumble your article.
ARRL Technical Relations Specialist Walt Ireland, WB7CSL, and International Amateur Radio Union's Peter Chadwick, G3RZP, are representing Amateur Radio at a meeting of the International Telecommunication Union Task Group 1/8 on Ultra-Wideband (UWB). The Boston gathering continues through June 18. Ireland says he and Chadwick are particularly interested in UWB compatibility issues, including aggregate noise levels from the operation of UWB devices. The meeting will include a demonstration of UWB equipment.

In February 2003 the FCC adopted final rules in the UWB proceeding, ET Docket 98-153, with technical standards and operational restrictions for UWB use in the US. The Boston meeting is aimed at establishing global UWB standards.
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