Saturday, July 31, 2010

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Flying display at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh from Flight Image of the Day 
Today's Image of the Day was taken by Billypix and posted to our AirSpace section. The photo depicts the flying display at EAA Air Venture Oshkosh, which is occurring all this week. Our special Oshkosh section has more photos as well as video, articles, Tweets, interactive daily magazines and more. Check it out here.

Art Nalls and His Privately Owned Harrier at AirVenture from AVwebFlash Current Issue
When some guys retire, they buy a sports car or maybe an LSA. Art Nalls bought a Harrier, and he flew it at AirVenture this week. AVweb sent a camera along.This video is brought to you by Conoco-Phillips and Lightspeed Aviation.

United States - Wisconsin - EAA AirVenture 2010 - Oshkosh - 07/26/10 from FenceCheck Forums

MiG men join the fray over AirVenture from The Fabricator 
Visitors to EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2010 saw two Soviet-bloc MiG-21 jet fighters in the skies over Wisconsin this week. The supersonic jets, once the pride of the Soviet air force, became symbols of changing times as the Cold War sighed to a halt.

The Aviators TV - Facebook
The Aviators TV The cast and crew of The Aviators would like to thank the more than 2000 people in attendance at the world premiere for helping to make it such a success.
We look forward to the chance to do it one more time at the encore presentation Saturday at 6:00 pm at the Theatre in the Woods, EAA AirVenture at Oshkosh.
Encore premier tonight at 6pm in Theater in the Woods!

Air show begins in wake of tragedy -
The air show gates open at 9 am today and Sunday, with the show starting at 10 am both days. By KAYLIN BETTINGER On Friday, the US Navy Blue Angels tore ...

Rockford Airfest - Air & Space
Chicago Rockford International Airport, Rockford , IL
Dates: July 31, 2010 - August 01, 2010
Airshow Information: Rockford Airfest provides a safe and entertaining family-oriented event that connects all generations with the excitement of aviation. For more information on dates, performers, displays and other acts, please check back often! ...

Cancer survivor's name painted on fighter jet - WREX-TV
The Air Force surprised Schmidlkofer by painting his name on one of the T-38's at this weekend's AirFest. "It shocked me. In fact, back when I was in the ...

Waukegan Air Show planned Sept. 11 - Waukegan News Sun
Plans are starting to come together for the annual Waukegan Air Show, scheduled for Sept. 11 at Waukegan Regional Airport. As was the case with the 2009 ...

Red Arrow team pays a flying visit to Malmesbury - North Wiltshire and Kennet Gazette & Herald
The Red Arrows flying team made a fly-past during the party at Halfway Bush Farm near Sherston which raised £2000 for Diabetes UK. English opera singers Tim ...

Red Bull offers no guarantee it will return - Windsor Star
Even if the international Red Bull Air Race returns from its self-imposed one-year hiatus for 2012, ...

DAY 4: COMPETITION ATTITUDE. from US Army Golden Knights 
"You must be interested in finding the best way, not having your own way." - John Wooden Breakfast of Champions Part 4 – By now you already know we're eating dinner for breakfast. ;) Today's treat? Baked chicken with boiled broccoli, beans and carrots. A great day of training yesterday wrapped up with the Team [...]

TEAM USA: Freefly Team Practice Jump from US Army Golden Knights 
Think you're bad in the sky? Check out this practice jump at the 2010 World Parachuting Championships in Menzelinsk, Russia from TEAM USA's Freefly Team.

Terminal renaming, air show to honor Dooley - Hutchinson Leader
On Saturday, Aug. 7, several of Joe Dooley's aerobatic friends will gather at Ken Butler Field, Hutchinson's municipal airport, to be part of the rededication of the facility's terminal as the Joseph P. Dooley Terminal at 2:05 p.m. Then they'll head to the skies to present a free airshow at 2:15 that Dooley's wife, Cheryl, said "he'd just hate." ...

Russian Tu-95 strategic bombers set new flight duration record from - News Feed
Two Russian Tu-95MS Bear-H strategic bombers have carried out a record-breaking 40-hour patrol over three oceans, an Air Force spokesman said."The Tu-95MS bombers carried out patrols over the Arctic, the Atlantic and the Pacific oceans and set a new flight duration record  …

Aviation Trivia of the Day by JP Santiago
The relief efforts following natural disasters have often reminded me of the first humanitarian airlift in the United States after a natural disaster. It was September of 1938 and one of the few Category 5 storms to strike the US mainland had just come ashore with unprecedented destructiveness in New England, causing widespread devastation throughout Long Island, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts. ...

The Mind Behind the Flying Car's Design [Flying Cars] from Gizmodo 
As strange as it is to say, we really do live in a world with a flying car. And a few decades from now, when we're all ditching gridlock for the open skies, we can partly thank Jens Martin Skibsted. More »


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