January in Southern California means airshow season has officially started with the annual Cable Airshow. The 2014 Cable Air Show is celebrating its 39th year at the Cable Airport with its usual lineup of aerobatics, classic aircraft, cars and of course Warbirds from World War II. This year’s positive message to the community was
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Elkhart, Indiana again played host to the The Warbird Gathering Weekend. Generally this town plays host to much slower, not to mention larger, aircraft as it is the preferred staging area for airships traveling East and West especially for Notre Dame and Chicago Bears football games. But lately the municipal airport has welcomed vintage aircraft to its airstrip. This year’s
It almost happened at AirVenture 2011. I knew I’d be waiting for hours. My nephew brought me famous EAA donuts and held my place in line while I visited the porta potty. Just as it seemed I was finally nearing the front of the line, suddenly the airport was closed. An airplane landing runway 36 had lost control and
The German Air Force bought 175 F-4F and 10 F-4E in 1971. The first aircraft had its maiden flight on 18th May 1973.The difference to the common F-4E were the the omission of the seventh fuselage tank, the AN-APQ-120 radar in a simpler version and the omission of the capability of air refueling and the use of the AIM-7 Sparrow.
10/14/2012 - NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, Nev. – Retired United States Air Force Brig. Gen. Chuck Yeager, the first person to fly faster than the speed of sound, celebrated the 65th anniversary of his ground breaking event with a re-enactment here Oct. 14. Yeager was serving as a test pilot and flying the experimental Bell X-1 named the, “Glamorous Glennis,” Oct. 14, 1947,
Red Bull Stratos: Mission Accomplished Austria’s Felix Baumgartner earned his place in the history books on Sunday after overcoming concerns with the power for his visor heater that impaired his vision and nearly jeopardized the mission. Baumgartner reached an estimated speed of 1,342.8 km/h jumping from the stratosphere, which when certified will make him the first man to break the
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