Red Baron Descendant Sentenced For Murdering Parents
A family branch descended from the line of Manfred von
Richthofen has come to a tragic end in Brazil. In Sao Paulo on
Saturday, a court sentenced three young Brazilians to long prison
terms for the October 31, 2002 murders of Manfred Alberto von
Richthofen and his wife.
NATA Chief Arranges Viewing... For Those Who Should See It
His movie has already become an iconic presence at AirVenture
2006... and now, Producer/Director Brian J. Terwilliger has been
invited to screen his beautifully woven documentary about Van Nuys
Airport, called "One Six Right" on Capital Hill on September
It is home to over 20,000 aviation artifacts, six movie
theaters, art and photo galleries, flight simulators, two
"hands-on" interactive galleries for kids of all ages, a
substantial aviation library, a variety of vintage vehicles, and
over 220 historic airplanes.
College Purchases Four Aero-Lifts From Arm Aerospace
Daniel Webster College, Nashua, NH, announced an agreement to
purchase four Aero-Lifts from Arm Aerospace, LLC of Tucson, AZ, for
delivery in October 2006, in preparation for what is, more often
than not, a cold, long and snowy New England winter.
Maybe it was the airplane noise. Whatever it was, the town
fathers of Rockford, IL made it clear to a small organization
of pilots and amateur airplane builders that they'd worn out their
welcome. Meanwhile, another city wanted the conventioneers.
"Instead of treating a health problem, do what it takes
to prevent the problem in the first place, It's really the same as
preventative maintenance on an aircraft."
Source: Dr. Jack Hastings, EAA Aeromedical
Advisory Council Chairman, on what pilots can do to reduce the
chances of health issues down the line... and, the possibility
of of encountering difficulties with renewing your