Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Indy Transponder 07-JUL-09 1030z

Armed Forces Day goes digital - Defence Management, UK
The winner will receive a 30 minute flight with The Blades, an aerobatic flying squad. Armed Forces day is 27 June and every major town, city and population centre is expected to host events honouring servicemen and women.

Air festival line-up revealed - Great Yarmouth Mercury, UK
Among old festival favourites are the Lancaster, Spitfire and Hurricane from the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, the Team Guinot wingwalkers and the Blades aerobatic display team. The full programme of flying times will be released nearer the time ...

Greater Binghamton Airshow A Success - FOX 40 News WICZ TV
We also ask for the Thunderbirds and Blue Angels, so we kind of go through every year looking for them and this year we got selected and were fortunate ...

Gear UP for Blues at THE Beach from Alabama Aviator - Aviation News
PENSACOLA BEACH, Fla. - Get ready for an action-packed, thrill-seeking weekend during this year's Pensacola Beach Air Show featuring civilian and military aircraft including the Blue Angels. The world-famous Navy flight demonstration team, the Blue Angels, will perform exhilarating stunts and heart-pounding maneuvers over the Gulf of Mexico to entertain crowds on Pensacola Beach. The Blues will be joined by a thrilling line up for both the full dress rehearsal on Friday, July 10 and the main event on Saturday, July 11…

Weather watch for Blue Angels week - Pensacola News Journal
“The flight demonstration is 52 minutes long, so we don't need that much of a window to put a show on.” The Blues will fly in light rain if visibility is ...

Air show returns to North Bend, could be just the beginning - KCBY.com 11
... a Coast Guard rescue drill, and visits from a MiG-17, Soviet design, Vietnam era jet, a CJ-65 Aerobatic jet and a B-25, World War II era, light Bomber. ...

Waddington airshow sees record attendance - Linc Online
The French Air Force's national display team, La Patrouille de France, were only present on Sunday, flying the training Alpha Jet aircraft, though the solo ...

World Record to be Attempted at the 2009 Fort St. John International Air Show by Brent
The Fort St. John International Air Show Society in partnership with the City of Fort St. John will be hosting the Fort St. John International Air Show this summer on Sunday, July 19, 2009. The Committee is excited to announce a set of new performers to this year’s already full line-up of performers, Jurassic Attack and Maniac. These monster trucks are huge 4×4’s that destroy everything in their way. The machines weigh about 10,000 pounds, are 12 feet high, 12 feet wide and have motors that close in on 2,000 horse power. Maniac is coming to the 2009 Fort St. John International Air Show to attempt a new World Record, for the world’s longest wheelie. “This is an exciting new set of performers for the Air Show this year” Said Darlene Hamre, Show Producer, “Not only are two monster trucks coming to perform, but they will attempt a World Record which is very exciting, especially if they accomplish what they came here to do.” Jurassic Attack and Maniac are no strangers to Air Shows. During their previous tours of Canada and the U.S., they have stopped at many air shows including the Lethbridge International Air Show where they say the pilots had just as much fun in the monster truck cockpits as they did in the planes.

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The Tehachapi News reports Zweigle was piloting the Czech-built L-29 at the time of the crash. It was one of three of the jettrainers participating in the air show Saturday. Chamberlain wasthe president of the Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District,according to Denver Television Station ABC 7.

Wasabi Air Racing: New Shirts Have Arrived from Google Blog Search: Reno air races by Elliot "Stinky" Seguin
We are a Formula One class race team based out of Mojave, California. We race at the Reno Championship Air Races in Nevada. Mojave is the best place on the planet to build and modify a race plane, and we are very lucky to have some of ...

Long Way to Oshkosh from AviationBull - Where pilots go to shoot the bull... by Ted
We got a tip from Michael about two intrepid travelers making their way to this years
Airventure. These two pilot's are flying their new LSA all the way from South Africa, and no that's not a typo. This journey, consisting of thousands of miles, begins on the 14th. All in an airplane that was flight tested today!! Their creation, the D6 Sling, is a sharp looking low wing offering that hopes to be certified under the LSA guidelines here in the US. We'll let you know what we think when we see them at the show.

An aviation pioneer - Monmouth Daily Review Atlas
Jim Carner, who was given the FAA Wright Brothers Master Pilot award Saturday, gathers with his family at the Monmouth Fly In. By Matt Hutton MONMOUTH ...

93-year-old World War II pilot called 'National Treasure' - Somerset Reporter
After hearing famed aviator Amelia Earhart speak, she was inspired to earn her private pilot's license in 1944 and applied to the WASP program. ...

Rare war birds on display - Pueblo Chieftain
CHIEFTAIN PHOTOS/BRYAN KELSEN -- A B-24 named 'Witchcraft' taxis on the runway behind a small craft after landing at Pueblo Memorial Airport on Monday. ...

Flying Fortress flies again – KLEW
"We, in the commemorative Air Force, run a Flying Museum," said Jim Kimmel, Pilot in Command of Sentimental Journey. "You can drive up to Seattle and see a ...

“Flying Fortress” In the Skies Over Columbus - NBC4i.com, OH
A restored B-17 flew over Columbus today with a new mission: to educate. By Marshall McPeek COLUMBUS, Ohio—When the “Liberty Belle” roars to life, she sounds like a herd of Harley Davidsons. The smoke pours out of the engines for a few seconds and then ...

New exhibits tell the story of airmen at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force from National Museum of the USAF Top Stories by nationalmuseum.usaf@wpafb.af.mil (Lauren Karch)
This year, the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force is fulfilling its motto -- "We are the keepers of their stories" -- with three new exhibits. Each opened in 2009, the new displays tell the tales of airmen in current and past wartime situations. "Though these exhibits cover three different wars spanning seven decades, they all share the common thread of personal service and sacrifice. There is a timeless and inspirational quality to such human strength and commitment," said museum historian Jeff Duford.

Fear of Floating from Air & Space Magazine

United States - New York - Greater Binghamton Airshow 2009 - Johnson City - 07/04/09 from FenceCheck Forums
United States - New York - Greater Binghamton Airshow 2009 - Johnson City - 07/04/09 from FenceCheck Forums

United States - Rhode Island - Rhode Island Open House & Air Show 2009 - Quonset ANGB, North Kin from FenceCheck Forums
United States - Rhode Island - Rhode Island Open House & Air Show 2009 - Quonset ANGB, North Kin from FenceCheck Forums

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