Category: Aviation History

The origin of problems with the Boeing 737 MAX and a possible solution via return to fundamentals. :PART THREE

PART THREE Ironically, Boeing’s “bet the company” strategy — built on Engineering & Design excellence — in connection with each successive introduction of new generation commercial jet aircraft was/is less risky than its more recent focus on maximizing short-term...

RCAF 100th Part 1 – The First Five Decades

CANADAIR CE-133 SILVER STAR 1953 – 2005 Photographers include: Bob Finch, William Ellison, Ken Middleton, Scott Jankowski, Scott Zeno, Corey Beitler, Don Linn and Ken Kula The Royal Canadian Air Force celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2024. Here is...

Royal Canadian Air Force Special Color Schemes – A 100th Anniversary Salute

Photographers include: Bob Finch, William Ellison, Ken Middleton, Scott Jankowski, Scott Zeno, Corey Beitler, Don Linn and Ken Kula  The Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) came into being on April 1, 1924. One hundred years later, the military aviation...

A Look Back at Reading World War 2 Weekend 2023 By Don Linn

The Commemorative Air Force SBD-5 climbs to altitude as it departs Reading Airport to begin the Friday afternoon show. Photos and article by Don Linn The Reading World War 2 Weekend shows are one of the best warbirds displays...

Revisiting the Bloody Hundredth

Started watching the new trailers for Masters of the Air and wanted to pay respect to those brave men….I did a Bloody 100th print a couple years ago….but wanted to do a newer version. Its a real English countryside...

A Visit to the Flying Eagles… Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 122

Story and photography by Peter Boschert The Flying Eagles were formed in January 1999 as Strike Fighter Squadron 122 (VFA-122), the first squadron to use the F/A-18E/F Super Hornet. The squadron has a long history, formed in May 1950...