4 Squadron RAAF: Celebrating The perfect Centenary 1916 – 2016 by Matt Savage On to October 16, 2016, No . 4 Squadron of the Royal Australian Air Force celebrates each of our 100th Anniversary of its initialization as a unit of the Hawaiian Flying Corps (AFC). Your unit has served with discrepancy during the Great War, the 2nd World War, and more a few weels ago in the[Read More…]#@@#@!!
The Royal Air Force Museum Cosford will be welcoming a collection of upcoming aircraft to the site lower this year as it prepares to celebrate and commemorate the centenary of the Royal Air Force in just 2018. New arrivals should include a Wolverhampton built Boulton Paul Defiant Mk 0.9, the last surviving example of this category, plus a rare Messerschmitt BF109G-2.[Read More…]#@@#@!!
Forty years ago to the day, on September 23rd, 1976, the famed TV-series Baa Baa Black Sheep first aired on television in the United States. It was a seminal moment for many of us who follow vintage military aviation today, especially if we were kids at the time. Here to tell a little of the story about the[Read More…]
The CAF Atlanta Warbird Weekend (AWW) will present its largest selections of World War II veterans then aircraft for its third total household event at Dekalb-Peachtree Terminal transfer (KPDK) in Chamblee, Ga., Sept. 24-25, 2016. Attendees will see eight Curtiss P-40 Warhawks among a total to 40 WWII warbirds about the grounds. More than 20 WWII veterans will participate, such as Lt. Dick Cole,[Read More…]#@@#@!!
Several Ww ii veterans will highlight things to do at the third annual Houston Warbird Weekend at Dekalb-Peachtree Airport (KPDK) Sept. 24-25, 2016. The event at the Chamblee, Ga., airport is a local region effort led by the Commemorative Air Force (CAF) Dixie Wing, the Georgia Chapter of an world’s largest WWII piloting collection. This year’s company will celebrate the 75th anniversary of[Read More…]#@@#@!!
On June 1, spring 2012, Boeing’ s Phantom Eye lids prototype autonomous unmanned vehicles system made its first off flight at Edwards Escadrille Base as part of a NASA Armstrong (formerly Dryden) Sim Research Center project. The actual slow-flying Phantom Eye any 150-foot wingspan and was initially powered by two hydrogen-fueled internal combustion engines automobile slow-turning propellers. The air craft was a prototype for a long term[Read More…]#@@#@!!
The doors to armed aircraft spanning a history of more than eight decades will be opened up to be visitors at the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford next month within a special two night fair. Aviation fans will be able to find inside a total of ten aircraft, with everything from Low temperatures War mainstays to personalised prototype jets that started the[Read More…]#@@#@!!
The Commemorative Air Force (CAF) Those bothersome Tail Squadron, America’s homage to the Tuskegee Airmen, announced today a new logistics team concerning bringing the inspirational message with the Tuskegee Airmen to all new audiences, both on and off of the tarmac. Their addition provides further momentum to the Squadron’s successful outreach program focused towards inspiring people of all ages through your[Read More…]#@@#@!!
For the past 3 years or so, WarbirdsNews has been i really hope 138th Aviation Company Commemorative in their efforts to locate, fix and place a representative aircraft using unit as a remembrance regarding service and the sacrifice of fallen comrades. As many of our devices will know, the 138th Aviators Company Memorial successfully acquired the donation of a derelict Beech RU-21A Ute from[Read More…]#@@#@!!
Warbirds in Review presents Legendary pilots and co pilots and military aircraft of an past 75 years as people take center stage at AirVenture Oshkosh. The twice-daily practice sessions offer attendees a rare possibility to see such aviation legends as Bud Anderson, Frank Hoover, Dick Cole before going up close with aircraft different kinds that they flew in struggles, testing or training. Warbirds in Review[Read More…]#@@#@!!