The Navy Friday announced additional details regarding the
recent discovery of the remains of Navy Capt. Michael "Scott"
Speicher in Iraq. Speicher was shot down flying a combat
mission in an F/A-18 Hornet over west-central Iraq on Jan. 17,
1991, during Operation Desert Storm.
Possible Problem With Automatic Frequency Tuning On
The FAA has issued a Special Airworthiness Information Bulletin
(SAIB) for owners and operators of aircraft equipped with Garmin
G1000, Perspective, Prodigy Integrated Flight Decks installed
with a Garmin GFC 700 autopilot.
Hopes To Have The List Down To Three Missions By
The commission charted by The Obama Administration to set the
country's post-shuttle space goals has winnowed the number of
potential missions down from 864 to seven, with a goal of reaching
three potential scenarios by next week.
Aviation Program Expands It's Fleet Of New 172's To 6
Cessna Aircraft Company delivered five new Cessna 172S Skyhawks
to Northwestern Michigan College Wednesday at the company's
customer center in Independence, KS. The order came through
Suburban Aviation Inc., a Cessna authorized sales
"Grand Slam" Wing Supports Iraq, Afghanistan Operations
The commander of one of the largest and most diverse wings in
the Air Force highlighted the 379th Air Expeditionary Wing's
contributions to operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom
during a "DoDLive" bloggers roundtable Aug. 5.
Aero-Linx: U.S. Human Space
Also known as The Augustine Commission, NASA's group looking
into the future of U.S. human space flight is working to stay
connected with the public as well.