In fine Air Force tradition, a retiring buddy makes his “fini flight.”
R/C airplanes can teach a valuable lesson: learn from your mistakes.
A visit to where America’s World War II began, and ended.
The battle for the soul of an airline
A quick, inspiring visit to the Academy’s campus in Colorado Springs
The aircraft retirement home in Arizona is well worth a visit.
How U.S. intelligence services solved the mystery of a cold war killer.
Tucson’s famous air and space museum was well worth a stop on my western tour.
Today’s manual of fighter tactics was written 100 years ago, in World War I.
On the way from the parking lot at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, take a detour and honor some brave veterans
Forget the Quilting Hall of Fame. Plan that next road trip around some aviation pit stops.
In the tense days before the U.S.-Soviet missile crisis, secrecy was everything.
How to keep our balsa wood airplane from being nose- or tail-heavy requires some careful planning
The tiltrotor begins White House duty
A simple spiral notebook brings back my father's career with the airlines
The Bonanza could only take three passengers at a time, so the kids discussed who would go first with all the seriousness of the U.N. debating a resolution
After more than 70 years, a Dornier 17 is on dry land again
The last A-10 "Warthog" permanently stationed in Europe recently packed up and flew home.
In 1969, Pan Am was promising both the jumbo jet and the SST. In the end, we only got one of them
A former B-47 crew chief looks back at one of the great airplanes of the 20th century
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