Saturday, July 28, 2012

Indy Transponder 28-JUL-2012 2230z

Warrior and Witness: Doolittle Raiders Honored by Crowd; Japanese Visitor Saw Them Over Homeland from News from EAA AirVenture Oshkosh  | The crowded Warbirds in Review bleachers were filled with AirVenture visitors yesterday who repeatedly gave two members of the Doolittle Raid standing ovations.

From Young Eagle to U.S. Air Force C-5 Pilot from News from EAA AirVenture Oshkosh  | In 1998, Matt Anger was a busy high school senior, involved in athletics and getting ready to go off to college in the fall.

Homebuilt Cub: A Dream Fulfilled from News from EAA AirVenture Oshkosh  | At age 18 Steve Finney owned a 1939 J-3 Cub. After that one was gone he wanted another, but he wanted it to be brand new.

AirVenture photos - You Like Airplanes, too?

On behalf of those who could not go to AirVenture this year, THANK YOU to all the attendees that have been Tweeting (#OSH12) from onsite.  Imagine.  Years ago, before social media, we had to wait for friends to get back before we got to see pictures and get some of the stories.

1937 Cabin Waco YKS-7 -

WWII, Korean War veterans fly to DC to view memorials - The Oshkosh Northwestern | The similarities between World War II veterans Gerald Lillge of Menasha and Warren Jarvis of Kimberly are few. In fact, you can count the commonalities on a single hand: both men grew up in northeast Wisconsin, both are in their 90s, and each served in ...

Okaloosa man works on Earhart mystery (SLIDESHOW) - The Northwest Florida Daily News | Earlier this week, The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR) wrapped up an expedition in the water surrounding a small island in the western Pacific where it was looking for definitive evidence about the fate of famed aviatrix ...

Human remains found at site of WWII spitfire crash - Scotsman | The RAF Spitfire crashed in the Borders shortly after taking off from Drem air base on a training flight on January 16, 1943. The wreckage was discovered by residents near the site where it crashed at Westruther, near Greenlaw, Berwickshire. The pilot ...

Flying Stories for July 27, 2012 by Around the Pattern | Photo 3 is a view of the Oregon Aviation History Center on the airport. The Center is nice enough to host our fly-in group. Their hangar/display area was made available to us for our meetings, airport meals and banquet.

Red Bull Stratos: Test Jump Two from Aerial Sports Feed | Felix Baumgartner, the Austrian B.A.S.E.
jumper, successfully landed the second Red Bull Stratos test jump from 96,640 feet on Wednesday morning over Roswell, New Mexico, bringing him and his team

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