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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE http://www.historicflight.org Mukilteo, WA, January 23rd 2011 – A former Ukranian MiG-29 fighter has become the second privately owned MiG-29 to fly, taking to the air over Washington six years after it left Eastern Europe. Capable of speeds of Mach 2.2 and altitudes of nearly 60,000ft, the Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-29 “Fulcrum” is a far cry from the 1927-57
We have been following our friend Mike “MAJ” McDougall of Fighting Classics, as he and the crew have been working to build/fly the TA-4J N518TA. The aircraft is done and looking great. We had arranged to come out and take some night photos of the aircraft as a tribute to all of Maj and the crew’s hard work. Maj and his
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The retirement of the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF)’s General Dynamics F-111s marked the end of service for an extraordinary aircraft design. The RAAF’s F-111 fighter-bombers served for 37 years in Australia’s defense, until December 3, 2010 when the last six jets made a final parade flight from their base at Amberley, Queensland. Besides the United States Air Force (which
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The Centennial of Naval Aviation is a historic milestone. From its humble beginning in 1911, the Navy’s flight program has grown to become a guardian of freedom for America and its allies. It has succeeded because of the hard work and dedication of men and women who are willing to continually challenge themselves and, if necessary, sacrifice their lives for