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Joint Services Open House and Air Show - Washington Post
The Army's Golden Knights parachute team, Blue Angels, helicopters and other military planes will show off all they can do at this rain or shine festival. ...

Official Website - JSOH and Air Show
This is the one stop website for the latest news of the Joint Service Open House featuring the Blue Angels, the Golden Knights, and other exciting aerial and ground attractions. The three-day extravaganza takes place May 15th-16th. Friday, May 14 is open to Department of Defense card holders, retirees and school-sponsored children only. May 15th and 16th, Saturday and Sunday, the show is open to the general public, DoD card holders with normal access to military installations may attend Friday, Saturday, or Sunday.

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Kane from Hot 99.5 morning show soars through airways with Blue Angels - Capital Flyer
Navy Lt. CJ Simonson, Blue Angels aircraft number 7 advance pilot, left, briefs Kane, Hot 99.5 morning talk show host for ''The Kane Show" on WIHT-FM ...

How to celebrate National Military Appreciation Month this May - USA Today
The program included pageantry by military personnel, a color guard, the National Anthem and a flyover by the Blue Angels right up the 18th fairway. ...

Vertical Challenge 11th Annual Helicopter Air Show June 19, 2010 - Helicopter Association International
How old were you when you got bit by the rotor wing bug? Was it when you started walking and could point to the sky at that strange thing suspended in the ...

Future of air show in doubt after poor turnout - Oxford Journal
It's been great to put something back on the air show circuit in this area that's been sadly missing since the 90s." Visitors to the show still got to enjoy ...

Sole surviving Sea Hurricane at Air Day by Flightline UK
A unique historic aircraft will be one of the star attractions at this year's RNAS Yeovilton Air Day, which celebrates the base's 70th anniversary. The Shuttleworth Collection's Hawker Sea Hurricane 1b is the only example of its kind flying anywhere in the world and is representative of the very first Royal Navy types to have been based at Yeovilton after its creation in 1940.
The Sea Hurricane's induction into Fleet Air Arm service occurred as a result of the RAF's positive experiences  ...

New role will not affect Warbirds - Otago Daily Times
Warbirds Over Wanaka chief executive Roger Clark says his new appointment to project manage the Highlanders rugby team will not affect his leadership role with the popular airshow.

World War II, Korean War ace passes away May 11 from Air Force Link Top Stories
The Air Force's first double ace in World War II, who later flew in the Pacific Theater and the Korean War, died May 11 at his home in Newport Beach, Calif.
Ret. Col. Walker Mahurin, was credited with 24.25 victories while flying in three theaters of war. He became the first double ace in November 1943 when he shot down his 10th aircraft. He finished his European Theater service with 19.75 victories. He scored a victory in the Pacific Theater in January 1945, rounding out his World War II total at 20.75. Colonel Mahurin later earned 3.5 victories in the Korean War. ...

Soar into the azure sky - Tri City Voice
Flying in the B-17 is a mission in time, more than just an adventure; it is an experience, an appreciation for those brave men who risked their lives to ...

WIN ONE OF A KIND TEAM #99 GEAR from Mike Goulian Airshows
Have you always wanted to get your hands on some of the super cool Team #99 gear? Here's your chance! We are giving away a one-of-a-kind Team #99 laptop bag to one of our lucky Twitter followers (not even Michael can get his hands on one). All you have to do is sign up to follow @MikeGoulian on Twitter and send us a Tweet saying: ...

Fly in Cadillac of the sky  -  Daily Mercury
A ROMANTIC slice of wartime history flew into Mackay yesterday – and if you're daring enough you can strap yourself in for a ride.
A P-51D Mustang – one of the greatest and most famous warbirds ever built – will take people for joy flights before setting off for Townsville next week.
However, the thrill comes at a cost with flights starting at $1540 for 15 minutes.
And pilot Mark Hall recommends jumping on board, regardless of whether you prefer a smooth ride or the thrills and spills of aerobatics. ...

Just like riding a bike: local man takes to the skies once more for 92nd birthday - Kingston Local Community News
Thousands of feet up in the air Keith Watson, president of Guardsman Insurance, hands over the controls of his Cessna 172 to 92 year-old Eldon Darling.
Darling, who earned his pilot's license in 1950 and piloted planes as a hobby for more than 20 years, got back behind the controls May 4 and spent an hour in the skies above the City of Kingston and Gananoque. The flight was a birthday gift from his son-in-law Wayne Gordon. ...

How We Bombed Tokyo - Hometown Focus
Our 16 B-25's had been loaded with gasoline and their four 500-pound bombs on Friday. And we pilots had spent most of the day in what he Navy calls the ...

RAF Museum unveils plans for Battle of Britain Beacon from Aeroplane Monthly News
Battle of Britain BeaconThe Royal Air Force Museum at Hendon has officially revealed its initial plans for a projected 350ft-tall tower on its Hendon site in North London.

About the Concorde Airplane - History of the Supersonic Jet with the Droop Snoot Nose, Including the Crash of Air France Flight 4590
The Concorde airplane was an aviation marvel that provided supersonic speeds aboard a passenger airliner. Although controversial, the aircraft was synonymous with speed and became one of the legends of flight from its debut in 1969 until its retirement in 2003. ...

AOPA Online: International Learn to Fly Day receives support on Hill from
General aviation is a small community looking to expand its worldwide pilot population by tearing down perceived walls at airports, and getting future pilots up in the sky for their first flight. International Learn to Fly Day on May 15 will serve as a major stepping stone for that mission, and the House of Representatives has added its support.  ...

Reporter Kelly Huth takes controls, learns what it takes to fly a plane -
... I received an invitation leading up to this weekend's National Learn to Fly Day, which is aimed at getting folks interested in aviation.
I was nervous to fly, though partly because I was imagining plot lines from Harrison Ford movies.
I spent a half-hour in ground school with my flight instructor, JJ Burgess of Moyer Aviation Inc. He used a model airplane to show me the yoke, the fuselage and how to differentiate the ailerons from the rudder. (The rudder is a tail flap that controls the plane in flight; the ailerons are flaps on the wings that help guide the plane in the direction you want it to go.) ...

Terrafugia selects Simulayt's Advanced Fiber Modeler from The Kathryn Report
Terrafugia has selected Simulayt's Advanced Fiber Modeler (AFM) to design and develop composite components for the Transition Roadable Aircraft.
Categorized as a Light Sport Aircraft, the Transition requires a Sport Pilot certificate to fly. It is a two-seat aircraft designed to take off and land at local airports and drive on any road.  ...

Atlantis Space Shuttle 32nd Launch for Final Time {VIDEO of NASA Launch} -
Maybe one day it will be no more exciting to watch a plane fly in the sky, but for now it still amazes me! And my 4 children (ages 16-7) thought watching ...

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