Category: legends

EAA’s AirVenture 2021 = EAA AirVenture 2020 (Plus One) And Then Some

  P-51 Mustang at a past AirVenture EAA’s AirVenture 2021 = EAA AirVenture 2020 (Plus One) And Then Some The AirVenture 2020 aviation celebration in Oshkosh, Wisconsin was forced to be cancelled over health...

EAA Oshkosh’s Golden Anniversary Celebration – 50 Notes From the 50th Celebration

The year 2019 marked half a century of the Experimental Aircraft Association’s annual Convention, and later AirVenture events at Oshkosh’s Whitman Regional Airport. There were earlier gatherings at different sites, but the Oshkosh airport...

A Grand Phinale at Holloman AFB

QF-4E 74-1638 warming up! Photos by Scott Zeno and Alice Leong The U.S. Air Force retired its final McDonnell Douglas/Boeing QF-4 Phantom IIs on December 21, 2016. The jets were the last of the...

We mourn the passing of Robert A. “Bob” Hoover, “The Greatest Stick and Rudder Man Who Ever Lived.”

  (Photo: Smithsonian/National Air & Space Museum) One of the greatest pilots in aviation history passed into the eternal Wild Blue Yonder on October 25, 2016, R. A. “Bob” Hoover. The ninety-four year old Hoover passed away...

Passing of a legend: Ed Maloney

Sad news in the aviation world tonight, Planes of Fame Air Museum Founder Mr. Ed Maloney passed away Friday at age 88. Mr. Maloney was a giant in the air museum community and a...

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