Thursday, October 14, 2010

Indy Transponder 14-OCT-2010 0500z

Navy birthday from Photos
The U.S. Navy celebrates 235 years of service to the nation Oct. 13. (U.S. Air Force graphic)
Wings, Wheels, Rotors & Expo here on Oct. 24. - OCRegister
On display will be military aircraft helicopters and warbirds, as well as public safety and military equipment. Aircraft flyovers will include colorful ...

John Klatt - what's up
As a child growing up in Duluth, Minn., John Klatt dreamed of learning to fly. And thanks to the Air National Guard, he's now living the dream. ...

Amigo Airsho Inspires Students - KTSM News Channel 9
EL PASO - There is a lot more to the upcoming Amigo Airsho than you may know. Today, Airsho pilot Greg Poe talked to hundreds ...

Flying in a vintage beauty with Alan Russell - what's up
He'll fly this weekend in the Amigo Airsho, as he has for 29 years since its inception. Russell played a key role in the founding of the Amigo Airsho. ...

Local Bands grace Amigo Airsho stage - what's up
This four-piece led by tandem singers plays at the intersection of funk, blues and soul. Their roiling, bass-heavy tunes have an acute bobblehead-inducing ...

Wings Over Atlanta 2010 Air Show - Dobbins Air Reserve Base ... by Aaron Hofmann
The Wings Over Atlanta 2010 Air Show and Open House is coming to Dobbins Air Reserve Base Saturday and Sunday, October 16th - 17th. Team Dobbins welcomes aviation lovers from the Metro Atlanta area and beyond to see a wide variety of ...

A Glimpse of Goulian’s 2010 Show from Mike Goulian Airshows 
Watch incredible footage of Mike’s heart-stopping air show performance in his ASB.TV Extra 330SC. (1 min.)

Saturday, Oct 16, 2010 - Indiana Wing CAF Fly-In Drive-In Breakfast, Zionsville, IN
from Aviation Events
Fly-in and drive-in breakfast, 8 AM - Noon, featuring warbird, vintage, homebuilt, and other aircraft and military displays. All aviation enthusiasts and aircraft welcome. Hosted by the Indiana Wing, Commemorative Air Force. Indianapolis Executive Airport (TYQ), 11329 East State Road 32, Zionsville, IN 46077. Contact: Indiana Wing CAF 317-769-4487,

Saturday, Oct 16, 2010 - Sporty's Saturday Hot Dog Fly-In, Batavia, OH
from Aviation Events
Visit Sporty's, the World's Largest Pilot Shop, and a must-see for every pilot. Each Saturday, all-year-round, free hot dogs are served from Noon to 2 pm to dozens of pilots who make the trip. Shop, eat and enjoy a fun day at the airport with fellow pilots. Contact: Mark Wiesenhahn 513-735-9100, ext. 338,

PAF to participate in Int'l aviation and aerospace exhibition next month - Associated Press of Pakistan
In an informal talk with the Vice-Mayor Chen Ying, the Air Attach said that PAF is ensuring maximum participation in the Air show and Chief of Air Staff of ...

'Air show dropped for security reasons' - Times of India
MYSORE: Even as thousands are disappointed due to sudden cancellation of Dasara air show, district minister SA Ramadas sought to shift the blame, ...

Air show helps 'rebranding' effort - Daytona Beach News-Journal
A good example is Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's Wings and Waves Air Show. Last weekend the air show drew tens of thousands of people to the ...

Up in the Air by wanderingfloridian
The Wings and Waves Air Show was held on both Saturday and Sunday, 11:00 a.m until 4:00 p.m.  With our  chairs, towels and cooler, we settled in to a wonderful spot on the beach behind the Hilton Hotel and awaited the show to begin. With perfect October weather and an outgoing tide, we couldn’t have asked for a better day. ...

B-17 "Flying Fortress" In The Skies Over Greenville - News Channel 7
A World War II era B-17 - one of just 14 reamining that fly - takes off Tuesday from Greenville Downtown Airport. (more) By Fred Cunningham A B-17 bomber ...

Long missing WWII pilot to be buried in Ohio - Chicago Tribune
Arthur Frances Parkhurst, an Army Aviation lieutenant, was declared missing in action in 1945, then ruled killed in action later. The native of Evansville, ...

Ghosts of aviation’s past to haunt Air Zoo from General Aviation News 
On Oct. 30 the Air Zoo in Kalamazoo, Mich., will be taken over by dark and eerie spirits during Ghosts of Aviation’s Past — a night full of haunts and howls. ...

Historic Al Mahatta Museum highlights evolution of UAE's aviation sector at ... - AME Info
The historic Al Mahatta Museum, which chronicles the aviation history of the UAE and part of Sharjah Museums Department (SMD), highlighted the evolution and ...

Take a ride in a U-2 from Aero Pacific Flightlines 
This video is a once in a lifetime experience of a British civilian getting a flight at over 70,000 ft. in a U-2 Spy Plane.
James May is the "lucky guy" getting the ride and is host of the car show "Top Gear" broadcast on the BBC, and shown throughout Europe. ...

Get a 360 View of An Airbus A380 Flight Deck from Airline Reporter 

National Science Foundation EC-130Q from Aero Pacific Flightlines 

Past meets future in Battle of Britain village from BBC News
Tangmere in West Sussex, one of the country villages made famous forever by the Battle of Britain, seems quiet today.

Video: Red Arrows pilots on scooters from Flight International 

Women Win, Place, And Show In U.S. Balloon Race from AVwebFlash Current Issue
The America's Challenge gas balloon race launched from Albuquerque last weekend after a tribute to the two pilots lost over the Adriatic Sea last month, and by Monday afternoon all six of the teams had landed safely. The top three teams were all led by female pilots. Race organizers said, "While we haven't had time to do the research, it's almost certain that this is a first in the annals of competitive distance gas ballooning." Barbara Fricke and co-pilot Peter Cuneo flew the farthest, landing on ...

The International Albuquerque Ballon Fiesta 2010 from Aviation News 
The International Albuquerque Ballon Fiesta was held October 2-10 this year with more than 700 participating balloons. Attending the event is a great way to experience the very uplifting world of ballooning. ...

F-117 reactivated for test duties. Video and pictures from Military Photos  

Concorde to settle on Thames, or will it? from Flight International 
concorde.jpgCommuters in London who picked up free newspaper The Metro were this morning treated to a story about an iconic aircraft that will settle on a jetty on the Thames next to the London Eye, London's famous ferris wheel and landmark on the South Bank.  ...

The Aviator in the Attic - The Digital Aviator
The contents are fairly typical of what you might expect of a young man serving on a fighter squadron (Sopwith Pups) a few miles behind the front lines; an oasis of sanity perhaps?  

Presidential First - Air & Space
A century ago this week, Teddy Roosevelt became the first U.S. president (by then an ex-president for a year and a half) to fly in an airplane. He's shown here on October 11, 1910, with pilot Arch Hoxsey in a Wright Company Type AB flyer prior to making Teddy's first flight at Kinloch Field, St. Louis, Missouri.

October 13 from Cut and Paste Aviation  

EAA Features Plane Driven’s Roadable Airplane from Plane Driven 
EAA’s John Nicholson caught up with Trey Johnson, the man behind “Plane Driven,” and learns about the history involved in pursing the dream. ...

Student pilot flies high with renewed health from Aviation eBrief
Student pilot Joe Breniser, 63, embarked on flying lessons after two heart attacks and one bypass surgery.

SKYLON Unpiloted, Reusable Spaceplane from Aviation Blogs 
The SKYLON vehicle consists of a slender fuselage containing propellant tankage and payload bay, with delta wings attached midway along the fuselage carrying the SABRE engines in axisymmetric nacelles on the wingtips. ...

Updated:  Virgin Galactic Page/Space Ship Two

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