First-hand accounts from the pilots who brought us into the jet age—sometimes the hard way.
Self-driving cars were far from Ralph Teetor's mind when he patented his speed control device
The Arlo Guthrie classic starts off retelling the true story of what happened more than 50 years ago
The FBI was confounded by mysterious letters sent to South America, until they came across New York City proprieter Velvalee Dickinson
Maybe the oddest accident report ever filed.
A volunteer group helps fund searches for the missing by selling rides in the types of aircraft they once flew.
To learn to shoot from a bomber, World War II airmen went to the movies.
The fascinating story of the hunt for Murf the Surf, a criminal who wasn’t quite the mastermind he made himself out to be
From a Navy Reserve pilot’s letters home, a picture of the darkest days of the Korean War.
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