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October 24, 2005

Air Force One Exhibit Opens At Reagan Museum

"It's An Aircraft As Big As The Man Himself"

In a touching homecoming Friday, former first lady Nancy Reagan stepped aboard the airplane that had ferried her and her husband across the world during the eight years of Ronald Reagan's presidency. It was the first time she had been onboard the airplane in over 16 years.

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Klyde Morris 10.24.05

Klyde Readies For Zero-G!

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Gone West: Chalmers 'Slick' Goodlin

World-Renowned Aviator And Bell X-1 Test Pilot

The aviation community has lost another pioneering spirit, the hearty and largely self-taught Chalmers H. Goodlin -- known by many by the nickname "Slick" given to him in his teens. Aero-News has learned Goodlin died at his West Palm Beach, FL home on October 20 of cancer. He was 82.

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ANN Free Classifieds Featured Ad: Zenair CH-701

For Sale: Zenair CH-701

106TT, Warp Drive 3 blade, 912-UL/S, Garmin196, Comm, TPX, Elec TC, Vac AI, carb balance inst, compression tester, extra prop blades, tow bar, and much more. Exterior Quality: 9, Interior Quality: 8 Used, will sell for $49,000.00

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Aero-News Quote Of The Day (10.24.05)

"The most important thing for people to do is follow the advice of local emergency workers. We are advising people to prepare for a Category 3." Source: Ed Rappaport, deputy director at the National Hurricane Center in Miami, in a televised news conference advising Florida residents to brace for Monday morning's expected arrival of Hurricane Wilma.

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Florida Waits For Wilma

Keys Evacuated, RSW Closed As Southern Florida Braces For Storm

Hurricane Wilma -- which, barring a sudden and unexpected shift in direction, will be the seventh hurricane to hit Florida in the last 14 months -- is barrelling towards the southwestern coast of the state, and is expected to make landfall around 8 am Monday as a strong Category 2 or 3 storm.

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