Released From Hospital After Being Listed In "Fair"
Pioneering American Astronaut John Glenn, and his wife Annie,
were injured in a Friday car accident. Glenn and his wife were
traveling in Ohio when the accident occurred as Glenn was
reportedly trying to turn left onto an Interstate 270 ramp when the
July 26, 2006 marked a historic night for the EAA Young Eagles
Program. During a presentation at AirVenture Oshkosh 2006, Young
Eagles Chairman Harrison Ford, along with the Executive Director
Steve Buss announced the exciting news that the 1.25 millionth
Young Eagle had taken flight.
A Canadian Mid-Air has resulted in the deaths of three pilots,
NW of Toronto, Ontario. The accident involved a Cessna 172 from the
Brampton Flying Club and a Cessna 182 from nearby Burlington
Airport. Among the dead are a flight instructor and his student.
The TSB has undertaken an investigation.
Helicopter Anti-submarine Squadron (Light) (HSL) 47
“Saberhawks” returned to Naval Air Station North Island
Aug. 4, after a five-month deployment to the Western Pacific. The
squadron, assigned to Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 2, was embarked aboard
USS Shoup (DDG 86) as part of the USS Abraham Lincoln Carrier
Strike Group, CSG 9.
Pacific Air Forces' officials got a glimpse into the future of
fighter capability during a tail flash unveiling ceremony in which
PACAF's first F-22 Raptor was unveiled. The aircraft, which is
still under construction, will be the first of 36 F-22s assigned to
Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska, beginning next year.
"The Young Eagles program has become a real passion in
my life. In what other program can you provide flying and working
Source: Larry Durst, the pilot from
Roseburg, Ore., who flew Tucker Morey, 14, of Little Creek, Oregon,
on July 15 in his Cessna 182. Little did Durst know that Morey
would become the 1.25 millionth Young Eagle, reaching the program's
goal set for EAA AirVenture 2006.