Friday, July 23, 2010

Indy Transponder 23-JUL-10 1030z


Behind the Blue Angels – KIDK | Stuart has been a crew chief with the blue angels for 18 months. He's one of the dozens of people behind the scenes, the men and women who keep the jets in ...

I WANT TO DO WHAT YOU DO from Mike Goulian Airshows by Karin | More often than not the e-mails we receive through our web site asks one of the following questions: "how do I get started", "how do I become an air show pilot", "how do I become a Red Bull Air Racer", and last but not least, "how do I get a sponsor". There are many avenues to get there, but I will share with you my thoughts on "making it" in the sport flying world…

Air show set to hit the skies - Lethbridge Herald | Now as many as 70 ground and air crew members — all volunteer members of the Commemorative Air Force — take part in each performance. ...

Flying High at Blue Thunder - KPVI-TV | His name is Greg Poe,a native of Boise, Idaho. And his office is an MX2, a carbon fiber two seat tandem sport aircraft capable of defying the laws of ...

KC-135 Stratotanker from Windsor International Air Show by Sounds of Freedom II | The Maine Air National Guard, also known as the "MAINEiacs," are providing KC-135 Stratotanker at our air show this year. They were around last year and have decided to stop by again. We're glad and appreciative to host these fine gentlemen again…

Hiller Aviation Museum - Tomorrow Friday July 23 the Hiller Aviation Museum's DC-3 will depart on an odyssey to join up to 50 other DC-3/C-47's in Oshkosh WI as part of the 75th Anniversary of this magnificent airplane. The journey will take us across the mid west joining up with other DC-3's along the way. It is our intent to blog the trip daily on the mus...eum blog site http://bit.ly/8HTWzK. We are not sure how this modern technology will work on a 1945 airplane but we are going to give it a shot. If anyone is going to be in Oshkosh for the celebration please stop by 97H and say hello!

Combs to speak at AirVenture from General Aviation News by Janice Wood | Michael Combs, who has flown a Remos GX Light Sport Aircraft over 13,400 miles as part of his "Flight for the Human Spirit," will speak at AirVenture 2010 in Oshkosh, Wis., next week. When Combs completes "The Flight for the Human Spirit," he will have flown more than 20,000 miles and landed in all 50 states. Comb's aircraft "Hope One" also will be on display during the show in the "Learn to Fly" tent…

Can't Make it to Oshkosh? from Leaving Terra Firma by Matt | It's that time of year.  Next week is the aviation event that we all look forward to — Airventure in Oshkosh.  I'm trying to get  my own little pilgrimage together for the last half of the week.  I will be closely following the event all week though.  As a matter of public service, I would like to offer a collection of sites and tools which will allow someone to experience Oshkosh at home…As for non-EAA coverage, I will offer a few of my favorite places.  Avweb will likely offer coverage on their special events page or they will definitely have some coverage in the general feed.  As I saw when writing this post, the guys from UCAP are definitely going to be on hand throughout the week.  Check their site and forums for more info.  I'd be surprised if we didn't hear anything out of Airspeedthe Pilot Cast, or Pilot's Flight Podlog. The Pilots of America forums might also bear examination…

Frenchman Crosses the Atlantic in a Homebuilt Helicopter from http://www.airventure.org/ A full week before AirVenture opening day, a lone Kompress CH-7 helicopter was parked in the Ultralights area. It arrived Monday afternoon. From France…

Air Show just 2 weeks away - Ventura County Star ... NP-3 Orion and S-3B Viking from VX-30; HH-65 from the Coast Guard; CF-18 Hornet and CT-155, Canadian Air Force; NG Predator, an unmanned aerial vehicle, ...

Fence Check | Aviation Photography  This weekend's events! from http://www.fencecheck.com/

7/23/10 | Prairie Air Show 2010
7/23/10 | Wings Over Baker Air Show and Fly In 2010
7/23/10 | Tri-City Water Follies: Over the River Air Show 2010
7/23/10 | AirVenture Cup 2010
7/24/10 | The Last Time 2010
7/24/10 | Inland Northwest Skyfest 2010
7/24/10 | Alberta International Air Show 2010
7/24/10 | Idaho Falls Airshow 2010
7/24/10 | Sunderland International Airshow 2010
7/24/10 | Yellowknife International Airshow 2010
7/24/10 | East Fortune Airshow 2010
7/24/10 | Windermere Airshow 2010
7/24/10 | Baden-Oos Airfield 100 Years 2010
7/24/10 | Emmen AFB Airshow 2010
7/24/10 | American Heroes Air Show 2010
7/24/10 | Wings and Wheels Fly-in – Cruise-in - Air Show 2010
7/24/10 | Lista Warbird Airshow 2010
7/24/10 | Biplane Day 2010
7/24/10 | AirVenture Cup 2010
7/25/10 | Bray Air Display 2010
7/25/10 | Gij√≥n Airshow 2010
7/25/10 | Castagneto Carducci Airshow 2010
7/26/10 | EAA AirVenture 2010
7/28/10 | Wyoming Air National Guard Air Show 2010
7/28/10 | Open Day RNAS Culdrose 2010

 

Afterburners! from FenceCheck Forums Great shots everyone!:

Pilot Flying Into Aviation History Stops In Tulsa - News On 6 | A light sport aircraft named Hope One is carrying its pilot into aviation history. When the Hope One completes its journey it will have stopped in all 50 ...

Air Force Museum could still land space shuttle - Dayton Daily News | Our new online e-dition looks and reads just like the printed newspaper and can be viewed anytime, anywhere through Internet access or by downloading it to ...

Naperville vet recalls WWII bombing missions - Naperville Sun | People line up under the wing of a B-17 to watch the takeoff of a P-51 Mustang Thursday at the Aurora Municipal Airport. Those aircraft and a B-24 are at ...

X-15 video from takeoff to landing from High Power Rocketry by R2K | "This joint program by NASA, the Air Force, the Navy, and North American operated the most remarkable of all the rocket research aircraft. Composed of an internal structure of titanium and a skin surface of a chrome-nickel alloy known as Inconel X, the X-15 had its first, unpowered glide flight on June 8, 1959, while the first powered flight took place on September 17, 1959…

ROCKETS Magazine announces the release of PMW2010 DVD from Rocketry Planet | GAITHERSBURG, Maryland USA — The weather was cold, by Alabama standards, 50 degrees with brisk winds out of the east. Everyone had their job to do, and the range was quickly and efficiently set up with low-power, mid-power, high-power, and away cells placed, wired, and ready to rock…

Aviation Trivia of the Day by JP Santiago - I had earlier featured US Navy E-2 Hawkeye squadron VAW-77 "Night Wolves" and the crucial role they played during the rescue efforts in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina. It turns out that VAW-77 is a very unique squadron within the US Navy on several counts. Though a Reserve unit no different than many of the reserve air units of the different branches of the US military, VAW-77's primary mission is Counter-Illicit Trafficking (CIT) and as such, they are not required to operate from aircraft carriers and therefore its pilots do not have to go through carrier qualifications…

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