Tuesday, June 24, 2014

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Wright 'B' Flyer To Make History Come Alive At Vectren Dayton Air Show * Aero-News Network | NAHA Supports Air Show With Educational Activities The all-volunteer Wright “B” Flyer Inc. will bring aviation history to life June 28-29 at the Vectren Dayton Air Show Presented by Kroger.

Memories of the air show tragedy still fresh 1 year later * WDTN | DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — The 2014 Vectren Dayton Air Show is just a few days away but for those in the crowd last year, the memories are still fresh. Next Saturday, the gates will be filled with fans for the 2014 Vectren Dayton Air Show. But it's hard to...

Thunderbirds featured at this year's EAA AirVenture * hngnews.com | The U.S. Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron "Thunderbirds", perform the Delta Flat Pass during the Milwaukee Air and Water show at Bradford Beach, Wisconsin, Aug. 7, 2011. The Thunderbirds will be featured at this year's EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh....

Closing meeting of the Championship of France Aerobatic Falaise Cliff Saturday, June 28, 2014 * http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?client=tmpg&depth=1&hl=en&langpair=fr%7Cen&rurl=translate.google.com&u=http://passiondesavions.blogspot.com/2014/06/meeting-de-cloture-du-championnat-de.html&usg=ALkJrhiiTdBFTNVJn6RUF5CrIZcGOQNmZgPassion for Aviation | This year the Championship of France Aerobatic will take place at Cliff-Mont d'Eraine (Calvados) from 24 to 28 June and will end with a rally Saturday, June 28. From 3:00 p.m. to 4:40 p.m. you can watch free full competition especially with the participation of our two world champions 2013 aerobatics: Captain Fran├žois Le Vot and Aude Lemordant....

Greenville pilot says he has flown into the record books * WHNS Greenville | Gary Davis said he set a world altitude record in his electric aircraft in the Upstate on Saturday. Davis, a Greenville financial adviser who's been flying gliders and small aircraft for 39 years, took off from the Greenville Downtown Airport just ...

Airfest 2014 takes off Saturday at Flying Electrons Field * jsonline | The air show taking place Saturday at Flying Electrons Field, N61-W17000 Kohler Lane, Menomonee Falls, will feature prop planes, jets, helicopters and objects you'd never expect to get off the ground. Visitors can also get a few flying tips, should this show inspire them to be pilots....

RC planes take to the skies in Salem * Norwich Bulletin | “It's the next best thing to actually flying. It really is.” Everett St. Louis, of Canterbury, has been building, flying and modifying model airplanes since the late 1960s. He was working on his replica Condor Shoestring Formula One Air Racing craft...

B-17 gunner 'lucky' to escape harm in 32 missions * Buffalo News | The soldier manning the .30-caliber machine gun had appeared imposing to young Carrigg, but a year later at 19, he was airborne in a B-17 G model serving as both the engineer and the top turret gunner with two .50-caliber machine guns at his command...

B-17 Veterans Crew · eaavideo.org | Ten World War II United States Army Air Corps veterans representing all 10 Flying Fortress crew positions were given a special flight in EAA's B-17 Aluminum Overcast.

Vet who spent 35 combat missions in a B-29 visits last one flying * HeraldNet | The plane, called Fifi, is maintained by the Commemorative Air Force, which has restored and operates more than 150 vintage aircraft. It is open to the public at the Historic Flight Foundation in Mukilteo through July 6...

Kevin Hong D-Day images · The International Council of Air Shows Yesterday, June 22nd 11:28am ICAS member Kevin Hong is back from Normandy and shares a few of his D-Day images.

A-12 Avenger II Arrives at Fort Worth Aviation Museum · Warbirds News | The original full-scale mockup of the ill-fated McDonnell Douglas/General Dynamics A-12 http://www.warbirdsnews.com/uncategorized/a-12-avenger-ii-arrives-fort-worth-aviation-museum.htmlAvenger II has arrived at its new home, the Fort Worth Aviation Museum. As some of our readers may remember, the A-12 was to have replaced the Grumman A-6 Intruder within the US Navy and Marine Corps by the early 1990s. The US Air Force even considered a variant of the aircraft as well. The aircraft design, which started in the early 1980s, was a radical departure from convention, being a wholly tail-less, flying wing. As with...

Spitfire, Harvard and Tiger Moth flying · Bush Flying Diaries, Indonesia Matt Dearden | random travels Friday, June 20th 10:42pm Everyone wants to fly a Spitfire right? And I bet, like me, you thought you'd have to know someone who knew someone that had one, with two seats, and was willing to let you go for a ride? Well, as of a few years ago a company called Boultbee Flight Academy based in Goodwood, UK has been allowing people to do just that without having to be friends with people in high places. And yesterday, I was one of their students for the day...

Fly The 'Mach Loop' In A Eurofighter Typhoon * www.boldmethod.com | Because who wouldn't want to fly a jet 250 feet off the deck?

Airborne Jade an aviator of promise * Otago Daily Times | A promise born with the arrival of a baby in a helicopter 15 years ago has been delivered to the birthday girl. Yesterday was a day to remember for Jade MacMillan. It marked 15 years since she became the first baby born in an Otago rescue helicopter...

Students start building plane · General Aviation News | Four students, a teacher, and two advisors from Sunrise Mountain High School in Las Vegas, Nevada —which won the second General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA)/Build A Plane Aviation Design Challenge — began building a Glasair Sportsman airplane June 16 at Glasair Aviation in Arlington, Washington....

Calling all young #AvGeeks: Get on this Twitlist for the full AirVenture experience! · Dan Pimentel | I have written many times on here about the importance of how we, um, "seasoned" pilots, need to reach out to the youngest aviators coming into the system every chance we can get. If you spend as much time as I do amongst the aviation family on Twitter, you will see that there are plenty of bright, articulate young student and certificated pilots that are literally the future of aviation....

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