Wednesday, October 31, 2012

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Moody Hosts Open House from Alabama Aviator - Aviation News  | MOODY AFB GEORGIA - An A-10C Thunderbolt II and two F-4 Phantom IIs perform a Heritage Flight during the Moody Air Force Base, Ga., Legacy of Liberty Open House air show Oct. 27, 2012...

The Flying Circus Airshow: Biplanes, WWI Replicas, & Antique Aircraft   | Aviation Insurance Resources™ (AIR Pros) own Jon Shimer recently attended the legendary Flying Circus Airshow in Bealeton, Virginia. This historic airshow, which was originally formed in 1970, features demonstrations of the "Golden Years of Flight," characterized by the "barnstorming" activities of the post WWI era...

South East Regional Fly In 2012 from Alabama Aviator - Aviation News  | EVERGREEN ALABAMA- Gray skies and cool temperatures didn't dampen the fun and enthusiasm at Middleton Field last Saturday for the annual South East Regional Fly In. Aircraft from across the spectrum of general aviation were represented. People dressed for warmth and shrugged off the cold as judges looked over award worthy aircraft...

Fly-in offers a chance to see aviation up close - Sierra Vista Herald | The EAA will also be cooking up a Mexican and pancake breakfast. The cost is $5 for adults and $3 for children under the age of 12. In addition to the great food, there will be interesting aircraft displays and free flights for the kids with parental ...

Fairview Fly-in Nov. 10 - Enid News & Eagle | FAIRVIEW, Okla. — The 61st annual Fairview Fly-in, the oldest free fly-in in the United States, will be Nov. 10 at Davey and Betsy Martens Airport in Fairview. Teresa Regier, of Regier Flying Service, said organizers hope to have between 100 and 200 ...

One wild ride - Alamogordo Daily News | Visitors board the ride, which lets them experience a real Air Force mission that includes an F-22 tandem flight, a C-17 cargo drop, combat controller ground surveillance, satellite communications and a Reaper missile strike all from a first-person ...

Financial woes ground 2013 air show - ABC Local | "It actually clashes with Australia's largest air show which is held in Avalon, near Geelong in Victoria, and this has given us the opportunity to actually move the Wide Bay International Air Show out from clashing with that air show," he said. "That ...

World War II planes on display at Aiken airport through Thursday - Aiken Standard | Staff photo by Haley Hughes This B-17 Flying Fortress is also at the Aiken Municipal Airport in the Wings of Freedom Tour. Three pieces of American military history are at the Aiken Municipal Airport for people to visit and explore. A Boeing B-17 ...

So just in case you think this storm is a first to slam the area, well it isn't.... from American Airpower Museum's Facebook Wall | So just in case you think this storm is a first to slam the area, well it isn't. By no means unprecedented to the results, just happened when there was less to damage in the area! To contrast our...  Some photos from the perfect storm,...  So although I hope people can figure it out, we are now closed most likely throu...

P-51A on skis from Planeshots

One heck of an engine from Bayou Renaissance Man by Peter | In the history of aviation there are certain engines that seem to hit a 'sweet spot' in the engineering and aeronautical development life cycle. In Europe the famous French Gnome-Rhone range dominated the First World War, and the Rolls-Royce Merlin powered many of the most famous aircraft (both British and American) of World War II. In the USA, the Liberty L-12 engine of 1917 went on to lasting fame, as did the Pratt & Whitney Wasp series and the Wright Cyclone series during and after World War II. ...

NASA Scheduled Test Launch for New Spacecraft for 2014 from Warplanes Online Community by yna | NASA’s newest spaceship Orion will have its first unmanned launch test on September 2014. The Orion space capsule is designed to carry humans far beyond the moon, asteroids, and Mars. It is the first new spaceship that NASA developed after the space shuttle program of the 70s.  “I think having a test flight in ’14 is huge — people can see it right there,” Orion program manager Mark Geyer told in September. “It’s a really important goal.”...

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Civilians get the ride of their lives with the Blue Angels - WALA-TV FOX10 | Officials say the men are both heavily involved with the Blue Angels, and are always at the home shows. Cory Pippin is talking with Bergosh and Baugus before and after their flights. See their stories on FOX10 News at 4 p.m.

Gold Team delivers game ball to Harnett Central High from US Army Golden Knights by wfallin | The Golden Knights delivered a football to the Harnett Central High School Game on last Friday night via our twin otter dehaviland aircraft from over 2’500 feet. At speeds of 120 mph the game ball was ready for the kick off on time and on point. The Gold Team had a wonderful time introducing the High School to each of the team mates and speaking to the JROTC about the many different experiences that each of the soldiers have cherished. For one jumper he...

AIRSHOW NEWS: Shuttleworth Collection Air Display Dates 2013 from Flightline UK | The Shuttleworth Collection have released thier 2013 Events Calendar. The Collection have broken with tradition and given their calendar a complete make over with new events in April and throughout the season...

CEPA Expo 2012 from Airplanes Channel: Aircraft, Pilots, Heritage, Photos, Video, Events, News by Editor | The Central Europe Private Aviation Expo Prague 2012 (CEPA Expo 2012) will focus on ways to streamline methods of doing business in the Private Aviation market in Central Europe in order to promote this growing industry. There will be...

California Aircraft Expo 2012 from Airplanes Channel: Aircraft, Pilots, Heritage, Photos, Video, Events, News by Editor | California Aircraft Expo 2012 offers aviation enthusiasts the opportunity to view the latest products from California’s leading aircraft manufacturers all at one venue...

Podcast: Stallion 51 Announces New Upset Recovery Training from AVWeb Podcast - Podcast | Stallion 51 is well known for its P-51 Mustang program using the dual-equipped Crazy Horse. But now it's branching out into upset recovery training using both the Mustang and an L-39 jet trainer. At the NBAA Convention press day on Monday, well-known aerobatic performer Lee Lauderback explained that the program will be aimed at corporate and professional pilots and is available in several levels.This podcast is brought to you by ForeFlight and Sennheiser.

Radio-controlled model aviation exhibit at Museum of Flight from General Aviation News by Janice Wood | SEATTLE — On Nov. 4, the Marymoor Radio Control Club presents an exhibition of flyable RC aircraft at The Museum of Flight...

Timeless Voices - Richard Rogala from | While Timeless Voices focuses on aviation stories, occasionally we come across other stories worth preserving. This is one. Richard Rogala was aboard the USS Pueblo when it was captured by North Korea on Jan. 23, 1968. He spent 11 months as a POW.

Timeless Voices - Sam Bousfield from | Sam Bousfield is an architect by trade, and an inventor at heart. He is the designer of the Samson Switchblade roadable aircraft, a unique 3-wheeled motorcycle-type design using a ducted fan pusher configuration with forward retracting wings.

Pryor Field WW II Historical Marker Unveiling VIDEO from Alabama Aviator - Aviation News | DECATUR ALABAMA - Officials with the airport authority at Pryor Field hosted a historical marker dedication commemorating the airfield's role in World War II pilot training. An open house in the new Terminal Building followed the event, on Thursday. Pryor Field Regional Airport opened in October 1941 as the home of the Southern Aviation Training School, 65th Army Air Forces Training Detachment, and...

Spring Behind the Scenes Tour registration opens Nov. 1 from National Museum of the USAF Top Stories | Get a first-hand look at the aircraft restoration process during the Behind the Scenes Tours at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. Registration for tours from January through May 2013 opens on Thursday, Nov. 1. The free tours take place every Friday from 12:15 p.m. to 3 p.m. Space is limited, so advance registration is required...

Crowning glory - A-10 Thunderbolt over Egypt from Flight Image of the Day by Dominic Perry | The US Air Force titled this picture "A long way home" and for once, that's no exageration. The Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II - usually based in Arkansas - was on...

What the Hell is Wrong with EAA? from Nordo News by Rich Davidson | OK, let’s get it out in the open. We all know the “Couldn’t move to Oshkosh” line was merely an excuse to replace the captain in order to head off a full blown mutiny. But what happens after you make the Captain walk the plank?  People or groups with a desire to survive do an emergency status review of all policies and programs then begin bailing water as quickly as possible. Not EAA...

CoolPix 2Fer: Up Close And Personal With The X-15 Rocket Nozzle! from AirPigz by Martt | I captured these two pictures at the end of January 2012 during the AirPigz meetup at the Air Force Museum in Dayton Ohio, but before I tell you any more about why I think these pix ar so cool, I wanna tell you that I've recently decided that there's gonna be an AirPigz meetup on Fri thru Sun (January 25, 26, 27 - 2013) at the National Air & Space Museum (both the National Mall facility and the Udvar-Hazy) near Washington DC. I don't have any more details yet to share just yet but...

Chapter 677 Marks Record Year for Young Eagles from EAA - The Experimental Aircraft Association | Chattahoochee Valley EAA Chapter 677, based at Columbus Airport (CSG) in Columbus, Georgia, reached a major milestone at its October 27 Young Eagles rally. The 43 kids flown that day pushed the chapter's 2012 total to a record 500, more than doubling last year's effort. The chapter had something special in store for No. 500....

Romanian senator quits politics to build an airplane from The Kathryn Report | Romanian senator Radu Berceanu is to retire from politics and will not campaign for reelection, instead he plans to build his own airplane. The Democratic Social Party (PDL) senator said...

Learn about the space station during Family Day on Nov. 17 from National Museum of the USAF Top Stories | Commemorate the anniversary of the greatest engineering feat in modern history - the International Space Station - during Family Day from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on Nov. 17 at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. November marks the 14th anniversary of the launch of the first module of the space station and the 12th anniversary of a continuous human presence on this fascinating human outpost in space!

New Mexico Governor Advances Re-Write of Spaceflight 'Informed Consent' State Law
from Spaceports | New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez says expanding the informed consent law is important to keep New Mexico competitive with other states, specifically: Virginia, Florida, Texas, California and Colorado. “We need to make sure that legislator understand how important it is to pass laws that don’t restrict other tenants from coming to Spaceport America,” the Governor Martinez explained to KRWG 22 News....

Superstorm deflates Intrepid's shuttle pavilion - Wall Street Journal | NEW YORK — The superstorm has caused the Space Shuttle Pavilion at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum to deflate. A statement from museum president Susan Marenoff-Zausner says unprecedented levels of water on the Hudson River flooded both the ...

Space Shuttle Enterprise Exposed After Sandy Barrels Through Northeast ... - Huffington Post | Portions of the space shuttle Enterprise have been left exposed after superstorm Sandy ripped through the Northeast Monday. The shuttle is usually enclosed in the Space Shuttle Pavilion, a structure on the deck of the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum.

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

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Blue Angels homecoming air show in Pensacola to feature big crowds, free concert Press-Register - (blog) | PENSACOLA, Florida -- After months of crisscrossing the country, performing air shows from Hawaii to New Hampshire, the Blue Angels are coming home to Pensacola's Naval Air Station this weekend for the team's final show of 2012. This Friday and ...

Philipp Steinbach from Latest Vlog | The Port Elizabeth airshow took place this past weekend under a very cloudy sky. The event still took place and upon browsing through Avcom I picked up this exhilarating clip of Philipp Steinbach, Head of Design at XtremeAir in Germany performing his solo aerobatic sequence. Get ready to be blown away by this cool, calm and collected Simon Baker look-a-like!

Airshow postponed - Fraser Coast Chronicle | Airshow deputy chairman Neil McPhillips said the biennial event, which was due to take place from August 23-25 next year, would be pushed back to August 22-24, 2014. "There were a couple of reasons for postponing it," he said. "We have had fantastic ...

Curtiss P-40N Warhawks of the 80th Fighter Group’s... from x planes

'Memphis Belle' here for Vets Day - | A restored B-17 Flying Fortress used in the movie "Memphis Belle" will be in Tampa on Veterans Day as part of a tour saluting veterans. A tour, organized by The Liberty Foundation, will stop Nov. 10 and 11 at Leader Edge Aviation Services at Tampa ...

San Diego museum to honor Apollo 9 astronauts - North County Times (blog) | The three astronauts who guided Apollo 9 on a daring mission that set up the first manned moon landing in 1969 are going to be inducted into the San Diego Air & Space Museum's Hall of Fame during a ceremony that will be open to the public.

Missing for 46 years, air commando laid to rest from Air Force Link Top Stories | An air commando who died when his C-123 Provider flare ship was shot down over Ahn Khe, Vietnam, was laid to rest Oct. 26 at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery, Texas. The 310th Air Commando Squadron loadmaster, Airman 1st Class Jerry Mack Wall, 24, was killed when his plane was hit by enemy fire and crashed into the central highlands, May 18, 1966. Until recently Wall, who was one of five crew members, was listed as Missing in Action...

Burt Rutan’s Boomerang flies with UAV Navigation avionics from General Aviation News by Janice Wood | OSHKOSH — UAV Navigation reports that Burt Rutan’s Boomerang twin-engine, asymmetric plane has been fitted with an Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS) which runs on the company's AP04OEM2 Attitude and Heading Reference System (AHRS)/Inertial Navigation System (INS)...

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Mike Finney's Homebuilt J-3 from | Mike and Sherry Finney took home a Silver Lindy from AirVenture 2012 for their plans-built clip-wing Cub.

Impressive video about the most fearful Russian Air Force bombers from David Cenciotti's weblog | ...Air-to-air footage of these “exotic” bombers makes the video worth a look.

Luftwaffe F-4Fs DACT at Decimomannu, Sardinia from The Lexicans by themavf14d | Some interesting footage of Luftwaffe DACT training at Decimomannu Air Base on the Italian island of Sardinia in 1976. Some things of note in my mind. What was the designation/name of the dart shaped towed target on the wing of one of the jets on the flightline? Damn, those J79s are some pretty bad smokers Looks like the beginning of the end of the camo’d Rhinos in the Luftwaffe...

Young Eagles Flight Rally to be a St. Lucie County Airport - TCPalm | Area young people ages 8-17 will have a chance to take to the skies at 8 a.m. Nov. 10, as Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 908 hosts a Young Eagles Flight Rally at St. Lucie County Airport, Fort Pierce. The rally is part of the EAA Young ...

Monday, October 29, 2012

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St. Charles Flying Service Open House Brings Wide Variety of Aircraft from The Aero Experience - Celebrating Midwest Aviation by Carmelo Turdo | The St. Charles Flying Service Open House held at St. Charles County (SMARTT) Airport this weekend brought a variety of aircraft just west of St. Louis for the last local fly-in of 2012. The star of the day, the Missouri CAF B-25J "Show Me," flew passengers and later dropped pumpkin cluster bombs as part of the pumpkin drop competition. Aircraft from throughout the area...

Airscapade DC3 inbound NZ! from MRC Aviation by Mike Condon | Douglas DC3 N451ZS "The Jean Batten Clipper" has embarked on its journey from the UK to NZ retracing (as best they can) the route flown by Jean Batten...

First-time author wins Combs Gates Award from General Aviation News by Janice Wood | DAYTON, Ohio — The National Aviation Hall of Fame (NAHF) will award its 10th Annual Combs Gates Award to first-time author, Regina Wirtanen Buker, of Baltimore, Maryland. Buker is being recognized for her as yet unpublished book, "The Skytrain Pilot: Flying a C-47 into Combat," about her late father, Lieutenant George Neale Wirtanen. Buker will receive the $20,000 cash award in a formal presentation on the morning of Wednesday, Oct. 31, at a special opening session of the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) 65th Annual Meeting & Convention in Orlando, Florida...

CUMMINS: The perils of my Aunt Pauline - Evening News and Tribune | Pauline flew many times in the Powder Puff Derby, an air race for women, later named the Air Race Classic. The competitors zigzag across country making five stops where their times are recorded to determine the placement of each pilot. She emphasized...

Remembrance Sunday at IWM Duxford from Flightline UK | Sunday 11 November 2012 – Free admission to all | Remembrance Sunday holds a special significance in the IWM Duxford events calendar.  On this day, we offer free admission to all and we very much hope that people will take the opportunity to visit IWM Duxford on the day when we remember members of the Armed Forces who lost their lives in active service.  At 11am, a two-minute silence will be observed across the museum, starting and finishing with a traditional gun salute by The Garrison.  This will be followed at 12.30pm by a remembrance service in the Conservation Hall in AirSpace, where there will be standard bearers from the Royal British Legion and local air cadets...

Mission to Tokyo — a book for those who want the knowledge, not simply the facts from Travel for Aircraft by joseph_may | Mission to Tokyo — a book for those who want the knowledge, not simply the facts Mission to Tokyo: the American airmen who took the war to the heart of Japan...

Video: Flying DH Mosquito KA114 from MRC Aviation by Mike Condon

Poll: Which Logo Best Represents The Experimental Aircraft Association? from AirPigz by Martt | This is the same poll I put up almost a week ago in 3 Reasons Why I Should Be The New EAA President (And 3 Why It'll Never Happen), but the poll wasn't the focus of that post so I thought it might be good to make it easier for people to find it. Almost 200 votes have come in since last Tuesday and I have been extremely pleased to see that my retro logo is currently running at over 82% favorability! I'd like to see where the numbers are at with about 1,000 votes, so if you haven't voted in this poll yet, please do....

‘The Aviators’ debuts as best seller on iTunes from General Aviation News by Janice Wood | “The Aviators,” one of PBS’ most-watched television reality docuseries, reports that the debut episode of its third season was the number one “best-selling” iTunes download of a free non-fiction television episode on its inaugural day of availability. Episode 3.01 garnered thousands of downloads on its initial day of release, Sept. 18...
Civil Air Patrol Prepares For Sandy’s Arrival from Aero-News Network | Standing Ready To Respond To All Requests For Assistance With northbound Hurricane Sandy storming toward the East Coast and expected to arrive Tuesday, Civil Air Patrol’s Northeast Region and the Florida and Massachusetts wings have approved missions to move aircraft inland, and members throughout potentially affected areas stand ready to assist as needed.

Helicopter scholarships available from General Aviation News by Janice Wood | The deadline is fast approaching for the 18 scholarships that the Helicopter Foundation International (HFI) will award to students in the helicopter industry...

City hopes new club puts youths on a flight path - Houston Chronicle | In an effort to get high school students on a path from imagining flight to piloting an aircraft, the Houston Airport System began an Aviation Club in two Houston high schools this fall. "We're announcing the launch of a new collaborative effort to ...

Miss NASA, 1968 from The Original Rocket Dungeon by Dick | ...from the late 1960s and early 1970s, and NASA Deputy Administrator Lori Garver mentioned a 1968 Miss NASA pageant in...

The Dragon CRS-1 Splashes Down on Earth from Spaceports | The SpaceX Dragon CRS-1 cargo craft that delivered about a half-ton of supplies and hardware to the International Space Station has now returned to Earth with more than 13-hundred pounds of scientific and other materials...

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Sky's the limit for new Red Arrows engineers - Melton Times | They will travel as a passenger in their assigned Red Arrows two-seat Hawk aircraft in transit flights to over 70 display venues throughout the UK and Europe - flying at speeds of more than 350mph. Once the aircraft has arrived at the display's ...

Reno 2012 Highlight Reel From Principal Photo  from Principal Photography (via AAFO) | Here are a few highlights from the Reno Air Races shot with the Cineflex V14HD.

Reno Air Race Pylon Pictures, Behind the Scenes from Photorecon by Matt Shinavar |  For those whom have been to the Reno Air Races, they’re aware of the dedication and other-worldliness of the Air Races; almost like a cult dedicated to air racing. As unique as the races are, there’s a whole different side which most attendees of the races don’t get to see – life at the Reno pylons. For the spectators,...

NBAA 65th Convention–Challenges Galore! from AOPA Pilot Blog: Reporting Points by Tom Haines | When it comes to trade show challenges, the National Business Aviation Association gets a two-fer this week–a hurricane and a presidential TFR. And, oh yea, big time office construction issues back in D.C., but that’s another story. For now, though, the association is dealing with Hurricane Sandy barreling toward the Northeast, where a lot of...

345th Bomb Group to hold Columbia reunion for 70th anniversary - The State | Depending on the weather-dependent flying time, the B-25 may be at Hamilton Owens Field in downtown Columbia in the afternoon and available for public viewing. Hamilton Owens Field is the home to an historic Curtiss Wright hangar where a B-25 trainer...

Canadian World War Two heroes remembered - ITV News | The squadron is today the Canadian equivalent of the British Red Arrows. The squadron flew around 320 sorties from Burn, losing 17 of their Wellington bombers and 85 crew, including Squadron Leader S Marshall, Squadron Leader W E Mulford, one of the ...

Air Force veterans get another chance to take to the skies from The Kathryn Report | Two Air Force veterans who flew together almost 30 years ago took to the skies over Pittsburgh on Friday.But Col. Daryl J. Hartman, 911th Operations Group commander, didn’t get a chance to show his teacher, Col. Leslie R. Anzjon, anything new.“When you’ve been around the block as much as we have, it’s kind of hard to find something new,” said Hartman, who touched down at Pittsburgh International ...

WORLD WAR II: John Quinn flew as radio operator on B-25 - Canton Repository | The technical term for the missions flown by Technical Sgt. John Quinn of Canton was “strategic bombing.” But the radio operator and gunner on a B-25 bomber, flying in the Pacific Theater during World War II, just knew they flew low — only a few feet ...

Big brother, fond memories come home after 66 years - Richmond Times Dispatch | Sgt. William S. Cassell was a 21-year-old radio assistant on a B-17 Flying Fortress on its way from Naples, Italy, to London when it crashed into Mont Blanc, France, about 4 a.m. on Nov. 1, 1946. Billy Cassell had survived his service in the late ...

John B. McKinny Dies at 89; Decorated Navy Aviator and Longtime Coronadan - | John B. McKinny of Coronado—who won the Navy Cross for heroism in World War II and later took part in the Berlin Airlift—died Oct. 21, according to an obituary in U-T San Diego. He was 89. “As a pilot of Torpedo Squadron 13 … attached to the USS ...

OFMC 'Tiger Squadron' tribute to Ray and Mark Hanna from stickandrudderWTO by G-GARY other links | Looking back of those great day's of my membership to one of the better supporter 'arms' of warbird operators in the United Kingdom, of which I'm glad to say, there are still some knocking about today. However, there are some very 'poor' supporters 'arms' in my opinion, based on what I've seen and heard myself, but I must say to you, my time as a member of the OFMC 'Tiger Squadron' was by far the best outfit to be with as far has I'm concerned. Both Ray and Mark were two of the most 'polite' people in this aviation hobby of ours. They always...

See photos: the amazing collection of vintage aircraft oil tycoon  - Forbes Israel | Rod Lewis has since released $ 50 million for a collection of historical combat aircraft owned. This was the way cancer spurred him to fly the fantasy a step forward. An interview with the man who stops in blue...

Museum of Flight to host Scale Model Exhibition from General Aviation News by Janice Wood | SEATTLE — On Nov. 10, the NorthWest Scale Modelers will display a variety of scale models at the Museum of Flight. The exhibit will feature hundreds of model aircraft, cars, tanks, ships, spacecraft and more from NWSM collections. Expert modelers will be on hand to answer all questions about the hobby of scale modeling. The exhibit is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and is free with admission to the museum...

RAF Museum Cosford short visit 25-10-2012 from stickandrudderWTO by G-GARY other links | Same 'poor' standard of the aircraft being displayed at RAFM Cosford still. You might as well talk to a 'brick-wall'!! The aircraft are positioned too close to each other for serious photos to be taken, which is a pity because RAF Cosford have restored some fine aircraft for display over the years, only to 'fall' at the last hurdle by awful...Also posted: RAF Shawbury visit 25-10-2012 Heli-section, RAF Shawbury base tour 25-10-2012, Jaguar time RAF Cosford 25-10-2012, RAF Cosford Sea Kings 25-10-2012, This is what concerns me re : XM607, and more

Sky's no limit at air museum - Inland Valley Daily Bulletin | There is a B-29 that has not been painted since 1983, and it could certainly use a little help, but March Air Museum used mostly volunteer labor and it's spread a little thin. Another change that has occurred is a new layout that means the visitor now ...

Starck AS-80 F-PRFE from Passion for aviation by Xavier Cotton | I spoke recently to an aircraft designed by André Starck AS-70 F-PBGJ. Following this article Mullie Peter sent me some pictures of the other aircraft designed by André Starck in 1947: The Starck AS 80 "Holiday". F-GPE (c / n 5201) was built in 1949 by the Aeroclub of homebuilders of Sens (Sens in Burgundy). Seen here on his land (LFAB) when he belonged to the Flying Club of Dieppe, on Christmas Day 2004 with a dream time for a VFR pilot: blue sky with some cumulus clouds on a still snowy countryside. It is now the property of an individual based Fumel-Montayral (LFDX)...

Former Times' journalist visits area Purdue Club - Brazil Times | Famed aviatrix Amelia Earhart joined the Purdue aviation department in 1935 as a visiting faculty member to counsel women on careers and help inspire others with her love for aviation. Norberg showed a photo of Earhart with the Purdue-funded Lockheed ... 

Aircraft Spruce to host Young Eagles from General Aviation News by Janice Wood | PEACHTREE CITY, Ga. — Aircraft Spruce and Peachtree City’s Atlanta Regional Airport-Falcon Field will host local Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) members who will provide school-age children with an opportunity to experience flight in a general aviation airplane at Atlanta Regional Airport-Falcon Field on Saturday, Nov 3, Noon-4 p.m...

Sunday, October 28, 2012

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Thousands Come Out for Moody's Open House Air Show - WCTV | These planes can be seen every two years when the Base opens their doors to the public for this air show. 2-year old Sean Christopher Rosser said he wants to fly one of the helicopters. It's not just youthfull enthusiasm at the air show. Members of the ...

Wings Over Houston Airshow takes flight - Nzweek | Fans were also entertained by top tier aerobatic performers including Sean D. Tucker and Team Oracle and Team Breitling with David Martin. The event also featured military demonstrations performed by the Air Force Heritage Flight, the U.S. Coast Guard ...

Air show at Ellington Field - Houston Chronicle | ... a closer look of the aircraft with his binoculars during the 28th Annual Wings O. Vijay Hardikar gets a closer look of the aircraft with his binoculars during the 28th Annual Wings Over Houston Airshow at Ellington Field on Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012...

Final day for fly-in - TriValley Central | Members of the Commemorative Air Force have several World War II warbirds in town for the fly-in. Flights can be purchased on the big birds all day. An Arizona National Guard's Apache Longbow helicopter will remain at the airport until about 4 p.m ...

Rémy Michelin aviation photographer  - The Independent. Fr  | At the same time, he met in Perpignan, Charles Noetinger, creator of the museum Palégry Mas, who will realize his dream of flying with the Patrouille de France. He does not know it yet, but his aviation career starts ... In 1994, he exhibited at ...

The city's side of the Redlands Air Show story - Redlands Daily Facts | I am compelled to respond to Mr. Eric Wroolie's letter ("Story behind the Redlands Air Show," Our Readers Say, Oct. 17), which rehashes the disappointing decision of a year ago by the volunteer Air Show committee to cancel last year's Redlands Air Show.

Oldest Battle of Britain pilot dies at 99 - KENS 5 TV | FAIRFORD, ENGLAND - JULY 06: Visitors brave the inclement weather to view a replica Spitfire aircraft on display at the Royal International Air Tattoo on July 6, 2012 in Fairford, England. The Royal International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford gets ...

Heber City pilot finds his passion in the cockpit - Albany Times Union | Aerobatic planes provide the freedom and romance of flying that Watters has been infatuated with since deciding to become a pilot in fourth grade. An admitted adrenaline junkie, Watters is certain commercial flying or an office job just wouldn't cut it.

Air refueling seen from the cockpit of an E-3 AWACS makes near midair collision video difficult to explain from David Cenciotti's weblog | Few days ago, the video uploaded to YouTube of a near midair collision between a NATO E-3 AWACS aircraft and KC-135 Stratotanker went viral. The video, taken from the perspective of the KC-135′s boom operator, shows a NATO Sentry approach the tanker’s boom during a seemingly routine refuel operation. The attempt fails, the E-3 moves a bit too far to the side of the tanker and then pitches up, nearly colliding with the tail of the Stratotanker, before the E-3 performs an evasive maneuver to avoid the collision...

Timika airstrips checkout 1 by Matt Dearden | Before being allowed to go solo in the mountains of Papua, every new pilot to an area first has to fly with another pilot who's been based in that same area for a while. Firstly in the right hand seat, then left hand seat for take-offs and then for both landings and take-offs with that same pilot sitting in the right seat. I've just come to the end of my first week here in Timika, flying with Steve who's been helping me get familiar with the local airstrips.

Woman aims to hitch a ride by air to all 50 states from You Fly, Girl by Cathy Gale | From the Seattle Times: Woman aims to hitch a ride by air to all 50 states | Amber Nolan, 28, landed in Seattle last week on her trek to hitch rides on small planes to every state in the country. That is one way to travel on the cheap. Our state was No. 11 in that journey. Wednesday she arrived in Portland. Last week, Amber Nolan landed in Seattle, this state being the 11th stop toward her goal of flying into every state in the country. Her belongings are in storage in Fort Lauderdale, her last home where she actually rented a place. "We live in the present," she says, "but yet we are always making 'future' plans. The future is today." Nolan, philosopher, wanderer, budding travel writer, is 28 and couch surfing. She is down to her last 100 bucks and plenty familiar with Top Ramen....

Aircraft Spruce and EAA give Young Eagles first flight Nov. 3 at Falcon Field - Newnan Times-Herald | The 2012 Falcon Field Young Eagles Rally is offered free of charge courtesy of donations and volunteers. Aircraft Spruce, a long-time supporter of the EAA Young Eagles program, is promoting the program to the aviation community throughout the southeast.

The Eagle Has Landed ... Again (Virtually) from Aero-News Network | Website Allows Visitors To Experience The Apollo 11 Lunar Landing Minute-by-Minute An educational interactive website featuring the first lunar landing as experienced minute-by-minute by the crew of Apollo 11 and Mission Control has been launched by website and software audio-visual synchronization company Thamtech...

Saturday, October 27, 2012

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Air show photographer at Wings Over Houston has unique vantage point - | HOUSTON (KTRK) -- The Blue Angels will be featured in the Wings Over Houston Air Show that kicks off Saturday at Ellington Field. And while most spectators will be on the ground, one man has a much different point of view.

Major Jan Slangen is the new commander of the Frecce Tricolori - | Thursday, October 25, was held in Looking (UD), in the hangar of the aerobatic team (PAN) "Frecce Tricolori", the ceremony of succession to the Command of 313 ° Acrobatic Training Group, including Colonel Marco Lant, commander. ..

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Friday, October 26, 2012

In the Sky with BTTC

A Newsletter from the Producer of
Breaking Through The Clouds: The First Women's National Air Derby
Newsletter #17
October 2012

Welcome to the newsletter about:

Breaking Through The Clouds: The First Women's National Air Derby (BTTC).

As the leaves change colors and the temperature drops, I find myself reflecting back to the whirlwind of last October. One week in particular was crazy as I flew to Tacoma, Washington to be a part of the Tacoma Film Festival, then to Vegas where I won the Combs Gates Award from the National Aviation Hall of Fame (meeting Harrison Ford, Gene Cernan, Bob Hoover, Clay Lacy, Sean D Tucker and others!) and on to Chagrin Falls, Ohio where I won Best of Show at the Chagrin Documentary Film Festival. What a week! The month continued to bring good news with the win of the Utopia Film Festival and the Reel Independent Film Festival.

This fall is much calmer, however, there has been rumblings of another award to be announced in November. I'll be sure to pass the good news along should the rumor prove true.

Meanwhile, I finally got my bi-plane ride and it was a blast! Read below to learn some more about the airplanes used in the recreations for BTTC, an article about discovering your sparkle and my experience in the "Bird."
Blue Skies to all,
Heather Taylor

Producer of the Award-Winning documentary Breaking Through the Clouds: The First Women's National Air Derby. An Archetypal Images Production.
In This Issue
The Planes! The Planes!
My First Bi Plane Ride
BTTC DVD Available
Thank you
Opportunity Quote
BTTC Tshirts For Sale
Sale of Old Cover DVDs

Planes & The Recreation Flights for BTTC
Planes Used in Recreation For BTTC
Since documentaries are a visual field and there is no way to find footage of every single occurrence in a historical event, I knew I would have to be creative in telling certain parts of the air race. Many historical documentaries can be somewhat boring with only black and white images. Therefore, I was adamant that I wanted colorful beauty shots of airplanes and bright images capturing the romance of flying to help contrast the black and white footage. My goal was to give the viewer the feeling that they could be flying the derby, have a sense of what the women may have felt like flying in the planes, understand why the women were so passionate about aviation and have a sense of what flying in 1929 truly meant. In essence, I wanted to put the viewer in the pilot's seat.
Luck was on my side when pilot Andrew King told me he knew pilots with planes similar to what the women flew in the derby. I immediately contacted the pilots to see if they would be interested in being a part of a recreation shoot. I also contacted Paul Dougherty, the owner of the Golden Age Air Museum in Pennsylvania to see about using their airport, which has a grass strip. The response from all whom I contacted was so incredibly positive, enthusiastic and supportive!
Andrew & Jonathan
All was going well until one week before the shoot. For those who have read some of the obstacles in my process of producing BTTC, here is another example. Cameraman Jonathan Donnelly called me to say he was in the hospital. He was in extreme pain but no one knew what was wrong at that time. Fortunately Jonathan was released a couple days later and we were able to reschedule for a time when most of the pilots were available.
A month or so after the recreation shoot, Jonathan learned he had pancreatic cancer. It was a shock to us all. It was the beginning of a very rough year for Jonathan to say the least with numerous surgeries and complications. However, Jonathan is one of the lucky ones. I'm happy and relieved to report that he beat the odds and has made a full recovery!
The day we rescheduled the shoot, the weather was absolutely gorgeous and the sky a beautiful blue. As pilots started arriving in their brightly colored airplanes, we started coordinating the shots. Andrew began instructing the pilots about the flying sequences Jonathan and I described and the shots we wished to film. There were no radios in the airplanes and no way to communicate other than hand signals or direction before the pilots left the ground.

I definitely wanted to take advantage of the airplanes available and match the events that happened in the derby with the story. For example, Phoebe Omlie flew a monocoupe in the derby. The museum had a monocoupe as did Pilot Bob Coolbaugh who brought his bright yellow monocoupe to the field. The museum also had a Waco similar to Gladys O'Donnell flew. Mike O'Neal brought his green Fleet airplane to the field, which is what Chubbie Miller flew. Joe Santana brought his his green Travel Air and Bill Plecenik brought his red Travel Air. Travel Air was THE most popular plane in the derby with seven entered in the race. Louise Thaden, Pancho Barnes and Blanche Noyes were just some of the women who flew Travel Airs in the derby. The museum even had an ambulance from the 1920s time period that we were able to use to simulate when Margaret Perry got typhoid fever!
Heather in Monocoupe like Phoebe Omlie Flew In Derby
Filming all that I wanted to film over two days was challenging given that we only had a skeleton crew, no budget, and I had not completed the script for the film yet! It was also challenging for me personally considering BTTC was my first film and the only shoot I directed was interviewing people in a static location. However, everyone chipped in, took the initiative and helped to create a fun, safe, and incredible experience. I certainly learned a ton that weekend and am thankful to everyone who contributed their time, talent and skills.

The pilots who flew recreation scenes in BTTC
The Pilots Who Flew Recreation Scenes in BTTC
Seeing all the planes there that weekend was so thrilling. From the look to the sound to the smell to the feel, I really got a sense of the excitement the women must have felt that warm summer day in August, 1929. Watching the planes take off into the gorgeous blue sky was like taking a step back into time, capturing some of the derby and bringing it forward with new life.

It has always been important to me that BTTC be as accurate as possible. To film planes like the women flew in the derby was a dream come true! Many pilots have told me that my little self-financed film is more accurate and entertaining than any of the big blockbuster Hollywood films. This is one of my most treasured complements.

I will forever be grateful to all the people involved in making that summer day so fun and memorable, enthusiastically helping me to tell the story of 20 incredible women following a passion in 1929. I have so many great pictures from that day so may have to write more on the recreations in a future newsletter so I can share some of the production stills. If you have questions or suggestions on a topic you would like to read more about regarding BTTC, please let me know.

My only real regret is that I didn't get a ride in one of the bi-planes. By the time we were wrapping up, the winds had picked up and I was told it would not be a pleasant ride. I'm relieved the wind waited until the end of the second day of filming before it kicked up, though, and as you'll see below, I finally DID get my bi-plane ride.

Thanks to all who were a part of such a huge weekend in my life. I am grateful to you all for helping me bring a colorful vision forward to share with others.

My First Bi-Plane Ride: The "Bird"

I was not able to get my biplane ride during the recreation shoot as previously mentioned. Subsequent opportunities seemed to be thwarted by windy conditions or scheduling conflicts. Finally, a few weeks ago Andrew King emailed me and told me to meet him at the airport. He chose a plane called "The Bird" for my first flight. The bird, I was told, is similar to the Fleet which Chubbie Miller flew in the derby. Andrew said Charles Lindbergh taught his wife, Anne Morrow Lindbergh to fly in the Bird. A neat tie-in is that Anne's first flight was flying the Bird to the National Air Races in 1929 where the women of the derby were!

Andrew and Heather in the Bird

I wasn't sure what to expect. I have been in many small planes throughout my life, but none of them had this version of nature's air conditioning. Once we were airborne, I was pleasantly surprised at how incredibly peaceful flying
out in the open was!

The first half of my flight, I kept thinking about Louise Thaden's words in her poem describing peacefulness of flight (her poem is recited in BTTC). The second part of the flight I kept thinking about Louise struggling with carbon monoxide as the fumes from the "Bird" were coming right back at me, making me pretty nauseous. My admiration for Louise only intensified after both experiences!

I can now state honestly that I love flying in an open cockpit plane. Many thanks to Andrew and to the folks at the Golden Age Air Museum for this thrill. Andrew may have started something he can't stop, however, as I am now looking forward to getting a ride in each model of airplane that the women flew in the derby!

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The DVD is available at:

The inspiring true story of 20 women who raced across America in 1929.

Follow along as headline aviatrixes Amelia Earhart, Pancho Barnes,
Phoebe Omlie, Bobbi Trout and
Louise Thaden race across the
country during nine amazing days in
the summer of 1929.
Breaking Through The Clouds
provides over two hours of
captivating viewing with o
footage from the women who flew
in the 1929 air derby and from the race itself.

Beautiful aerial recreations place
the viewer in the pilot's seat.
Interviews with legendary pilots
Elinor Smith Sullivan,
Patty Wagstaff, Julie Clark, family members of the original pilots
& aviation historians bring the
story alive.

With 23 minutes of bonus
included, the film
features challenges the women
faced during the race, what the
women wore and more
information about the planes & navigation in 1929.

Available at:
BTTC Cost $30 plus S&H

*Note:For those who do not like
to order on-line or use pay pal,you
may fill out this order form and
mail a check:

What is Breaking Through The Clouds: The First Women's National Air Derby?

Breaking Through The Clouds: The
First Women's National Air Derby is
an award-winning documentary about 20 female pilots, including Amelia Earhart, who raced across the country for 9 days in August 1929 to prove
that women could fly. They
encountered cultural stereotypes, navigation challenges, threats of sabotage, mechanical difficulties and endless chicken dinners. The women persevered and became pioneering legends in aviation. Their story is inspiring to anyone who has the
courage to follow their own dream.

Producer Heather Taylor had a calling to tell this inspiring story in the hopes of helping others to find the courage to search for their own path. While Heather hasn't had to deal with the endless chicken dinners like the women in the derby did, she does face the
challenges of an an independent
artist. By spreading the word and supporting the film, you are helping Heather and other struggling artists reach for the sky in their own way
and work towards breaking through
the clouds. Thank you.
Heather Taylor, Executive Producer
Archetypal Images, LLC

Go! Discover Your Sparkle
I received an email a few weeks ago
from a young woman in Iowa, Alexandria Werner. Alexandria works for Go! An On-Line Magazine for adolescents regarding transportation.
Alexandria had learned that Phoebe Omlie was born in Iowa and wanted to know more about her. Through her research, she learned about me & BTTC. She asked to interview me regarding the film and the women of
the derby. We had some wonderful conversations talking about the
amazing pilots from 1929 and how
their stories are so inspirational and relevant for today.
We commiserated about the
sparkle the women had and their enthusiasm for aviation. I explained to Alexandria how that enthusiasm is
something I wished to capture and harness to use as an example for
others on how to follow one's passion.
Alexandria wrote an article called
Discovery Your Sparkle as a result.
To read the article, follow this link:
Or copy/paste the following address in your server:
Thanks to Go! Magazine & Alexandria.

Thank You &
Ways to Help
BTTC has only been able to succeed because of individual support! It is
very much a grassroots effort so I appreciate every single comment, thumbs up, mention and email I receive. It truly keeps me going to know the film touches lives in some positive way.

If you would like to help me keep it going, here are just a few simple (and free) ideas that can make a big difference:
  • Post a positive comment (or thumbs up) on youtube underneath the BTTC clip
  • Become a Fan of BTTC Face Book Page
  • Follow me on Twitter
  • Forward these newsletters, and/or sign up for my blog
  • Introduce me to contacts who might be interested in screening BTTC
All links for the social media are
below. You can also mention BTTC in your own blog, article, podcast or to friends and colleagues.

Of course there are a myriad of other ways to help as well. If the film has touched you in some way, please feel free to email and let me know. As always, thank you!


"We are all faced with a
series of great opportunities brilliantly disguised as impossible situations."
Charles R. Swindoll

BTTC T-shirts Available

Did you know the logo on the t shirts
is based on one of the trophies won
in the 1929 Derby? You can briefly make out the trophy in the footage
on race day in BTTC.

Black BTTC AND white BTTC t-shirts
are available for purchase. Below is what the front of a black t-shirt looks like. The back has written in the top middle part.

If you would like a t-shirt, send me an email. The cost is $20 plus postage. Heather@breakingthroughtheclou
BTTC T-shirt (black). White T-shirts with a black Logo are also available.

*PLEASE NOTE: If you haven't heard a response within a week, chances are
I did not receive the email.
You may call me at
865-242-7551 to follow up, though my preference is email first so I can keep track of the order. Thank you.

Old Cover DVD's on Sale

I still have some DVDs with the old cover featured. Despite the old cover,
a couple spelling errors in the
opening quote and a missing credit,
the film is the same as what is
sold now. I am selling these copies
for $20 plus shipping. If interested, send an email to Heather@ and
we can work out the details.
Thank you.

BTTC old cover

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