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The Central Texas Airshow 2009 – A Weekend of Fun and Excitement

March 27, 2009 by  
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The Central Texas Airshow is set to take place 2-3 May 2009 in Temple, Texas, and everyone is invited. This popular airshow has been running for 22 years under the management of the Georgetown Pilot’s Association and, as with previous events, much of the proceeds will be donated to charity. The 2009 recipients will be the Children’s Miracle Network, an organization raising funds for children’s hospitals.

Military Aircraft

February 9, 2009 by  
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Since the earliest days of airplane development, military divisions from all over the world have recognized the advantage of air superiority. Even before fixed wing aircraft were used for defensive and offensive missions, hot air balloons were employed for reconnaissance work. As late as World War II, balloons were used in the skies of Great [...]

National Naval Aviation Museum

February 9, 2009 by  
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The National Museum of Naval Aviation hosts nearly a million visitors annually and is the second largest aviation museum in the United States. Within the museum are more than 140 aircraft, archival materials, aviation exhibits, and even a life-sized replica of part of the USS Cabot light carrier from World War II. Walk beside several [...]

War Strategies

February 9, 2009 by  
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Skip Bombing Skip bombing was used in World War II by Allied bombers against Japanese ships in the southwest Pacific. Before that, in the summer of 1942, only the B-17F bombers of Maj. Gen. George C. Kenney’s Fifth Air Force could reach targets located near Rabaul, New Britain from New Guinea, a distance of up [...]

2009 Omaka Classic Fighters Airshow

December 31, 2008 by  
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Looking for a great place to take the whole family early next year? Then look no further than the 2009 Omaka Classic Fighters Airshow. This great event will combine the thrills and spills of classic aerial combat with cars, ground theatre, good food and more. Certainly the whole family will no doubt find something worthwhile at this great event.

Aerial Fun at Camarillo Air Expo

August 13, 2008 by  
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Every year thousands of people gather to enjoy the excitement and entertainment provided by the Camarillo Air Expo. The event takes place at the Camarillo Airport and will showcase a wide variety of aircraft. It has a little something for every aviation enthusiast and will no doubt appeal to a lot of newcomers too.

Wings of Victory Provides Rare Opportunity

August 6, 2008 by  
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If you love antique aircraft, then you simply have to make sure that you’re at this year’s Wings of Victory Air Show. Set to take place on August 16 and 17, this fantastic collection of antique aircraft will not only showcase some incredibly rare aircraft, but also provide visitors with the opportunity to get up close and personal with a number of vintage airplanes.

Pay a Visit to Virginia Aviation Museum

July 25, 2008 by  
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If you love airplanes you simply have to make sure that you visit the Virginia Aviation Museum at least once in your life. This great museum is dedicated to the history of flight and features not only modern aircraft but reproductions of a number of famous early fliers.

Fans Get Ready To Enjoy 2008 Culdrose Air Day

July 9, 2008 by  
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The Culdrose Royal Naval Air Station will be hosting its annual Culdrose Air Day on July 30 later year. The 2008 line-up for the show promises to be most entertaining with more than 80 individual aircraft having already confirmed their participation in the event.

Firefighting Efforts Reach New Heights with Evergreen Supertanker

July 2, 2008 by  
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Global warming has brought a lot of people to their senses and made going green the latest ‘fad’. But unfortunately the reality of this phenomenon is a lot more devastating in some parts of the world. Widespread droughts and massive, devastating wildfires are posing a massive threat to properties, ecosystems, infrastructure and most importantly, people’s lives. The problem is every bit as present in the USA as it is in other countries and it is easy to see that newer, more effective methods of firefighting are necessary to help quell these raging furnaces.

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