Florida Congressman Clay Shaw (R-Fort Lauderdale) introduced
H.Res. 500, in the U.S. House of Representatives late last week, in
order to honor the 14 men who were lost in the disappearance of
Flight 19, and the 13 men of their search and rescue team who also
Army Museum Had To Let It Go -- And It Was Not All It
Working for Aero-News, we learn about something new every day.
But every once in a while you learn about something that you just
can't get your skull around, and one example is shown in this
photograph from a rotorcraft fan website...
Congress approved legislation Friday that, if passed by the
president, might put another chink in the armor suit surrounding
the Wright Amendment. The transportation spending bill, which is
expected to receive President Bush's signature, contains a
provision allowing airlines to begin nonstop flights from Dallas's
Love Field (DAL) to Missouri.
Three Mississippi airports will receive more than $7.2 million
in federal funds to repair terminal buildings, hangars, airfield
equipment and other facilities damaged by Hurricane
Katrina, SecTran Norman Y. Mineta said.
Challenging Refresher Concept In Rockies or Alaska
When it's time for a Biennial Flight Review or Instrument
Competency Check, a lot of pilots look for the cheapest and easiest
way to check off these requirements. If that describes you, you can
stop reading now.
ISS Status Report #57, 4 a.m. Friday, Nov. 18, 2005
Expedition 12 Commander Bill McArthur and Flight Engineer Valery
Tokarev took a short ride away from the International Space Station
Friday, flying their Soyuz spacecraft from one docking port to
"[I]t was never an aircraft... It never flew. It
was essentially an incomplete concept model, the shell of an idea.
It was never structurally completed. It was never mechanically
completed. It was never electrically harnessed. There was only one
rotor head produced, the second was not. There were only blades
made for the one head. There were no drive train components. The
upper structures both fore and aft were never manufactured. The
interior was never completed. In no way, shape, or form did it
qualify as an aircraft, historic or otherwise."
Source: R. Steve Maxham, Army Aviation
Museum Curator, at Ft Rucker, Alabama, commenting on
a controversy that has exploded across the internet very