Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Indy Transponder 13-OCT-09 1030z

Edwards AFB to put on jaw-dropping show - Bakersfield Californian
Edwards Air Force Base has a history of uncorking some of the fastest-flying, highest-climbing, goose bump-inspiring aircraft the world has ever seen. And once a year or so, the secretive home of cutting-edge flight tests and gee-whiz technology opens its gates to thousands of goggle-eyed visitors…

Win a Day with the Air Boss! From Fort Worth Alliance Air Show Blog by alliance@hillwood.com
Win the absolute best seats in the entire air show: Front Row Center with Air Boss Ralph Royce. Learn the back stage info. Catch glimpses no one else can see! Contest offered by NBC 5. Click here to register: http://www.nbcdfw.com/brchannel/Alliance-Air-Show-Contest.html - More...

Wall of Fire - Strategy Page
... Air Show went off with a bang at approximately 9 pm Oct. 3 silhouetting the F/A-18 Hornets with the US Navy Jet Demonstration Squadron "The Blue Angels. ...

It's a bird, it's a plane, it's the annual fly-in - Daily Comet
HOUMA — Planes and helicopters of all shapes and sizes will flock to the Houma-Terrebonne Airport Saturday for the annual Cajun Fly-In. ...

Air show brings WWII aircraft to life - Poughkeepsie Journal
Gene Fresk of Orlando, Fla., was visiting family in the area and made a point of checking out the air show. Standing inside the B-24 bomber, ...

B-17 bomber's arrival delayed by weather - al.com
HUNTSVILLE, AL -- Rain has delayed the arrival of "Aluminum Overcast," the restored WWII-era B-17 bomber that was due to land at Madison County Executive ...

Air show comes to the Wiregrass – WTVY
The Ozark Pitts Club is gearing up for a one of a kind air show. Ozark Airport Manager Frank Mayer said, “We will have 20-25 Pitts aircraft and other ...

Airshow - 374.6 seconds, 730k - No slide show description entered.

WW II bombers on view at Stewart Airport - Poughkeepsie Journal
NEWBURGH – A B-17 bomber with top and rear machine gun turrets are among the World War II planes on display today at Stewart International Airport. ...

Why Did it Have to be Russian? from Neptunus Lex by lex
Pretty cool piece of kit: An
aerobatic low-wing with a radial engine and a range of options all for around a quarter mil. 76 gallons of internal fuel, <800>1800 FPM on the climb, +6/-3 g, and a 210 knot 75% sea level cruise speed at sea level. Oh yeah, sea level power to 7,500 feet due to the supercharger. Not that the Russians can’t make great planes – they do. But why couldn’t we do this here?

Video: RMAF Su-30MKM taxiing to full stop at Subang - This RMAF Su-30MKM taxis to park after performing at an airshow along with the USAF Thunderbirds.

Hello Plane Folks, this week I bring you an essay about a very important service that aviation performs for the medical community, and for all of us. http://maxair2air.com Enjoy, Max Haynes, MaxAir2Air Pictures

Decimomannu panoramic postcard from David Cenciotti's weblog - the most visited Italian Aviation Blog by David Cenciotti
Click on the image to open a high-resolution version of this picture taken at Decimomannu by Giovanni Maduli during the 50th Anniversary of the AWTI that will provide a lot of details about the Italian and German aircraft attending the event…

A Scrapbook of Me: Air Show in Columbia, SC by Sharon
He is the leader of his bomb loading team. They load bombs on F 16 Jet Fighters. We were so thrilled to get to go see where they live, where he works and what he does! The Air Show was really great and I would definitely go again. ...

Restoration: USS Intrepid from Air & Space Magazine

Everything You Need to Know About the Spruce Goose by Mary C
The aircraft was acquired by the California Aero Club in 1980. They displayed it in a large dome next to the Queen Mary ship in Long Beach. In 1988, Disney bought the aircraft, the ship and the land they were on. ...

Search called off for missing remains of NJ World War II pilot - NJ.com
Some of the pieces bore enough resemblance to the Tompkins plane, Macha said, "that I sent my son running off to the air museum to tear the cowling off the ...

Episode 68 – Cranky Yet Again from Airplane Geeks Podcast by thegeeks@airplanegeeks.com (Airplane Geeks)
Brett Snyder,
The Cranky Flier himself, joins as this Episode’s guest to talk about his new venture, Cranky Concierge. This service provides a real, live airplane dork (his term!) who is available to support you when traveling by air. You can ask yourself why the airlines don’t provide this kind of service for their customers, but you can probably answer your own question!...

On This Day in Aviation History: October 13th by Phil Derner Jr.

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