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CAF Dixie Wing’s T-34B Flies Again!

On December 15th, 2016, the CAF Dixie Wing’s Beechcraft T-34B Mentor took to the skies for the first time after a meticulous restoration by unit volunteers. General George Harrison and Jack Van Ness took off around 2:30pm from Atlanta Regional Airport and flew around the patch for about an hour. During the flight, they followed strict engine...

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Introducing the AVI-8 Harrier II Timepiece

The Hawker Harrier is one of the world’s most iconic jet combat aircraft. From its humble beginnings as the P.1127 in the late 1950s, the Harrier continues to serve at the forefront of attack aviation with the US Marine Corps as the AV-8B Harrier II, and in several other air arms around the world. The Harrier is the only Vertical Take Off and...

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F-104 Record

Fifty eight years ago today, a F-104C piloted by Lt William T. Smith and Einar K. Envoldson from the 538th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, zoomed to 103,395 feet setting a world altitude record. Designed as a supersonic superiority fighter, the F-104 was produced in two major versions. Armed with a six-barrel M-61 20mm Vulcan cannon, it served as a...

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Super Constellation Project One Step Closer to Australia

Qantas Founders Museum (QFM) has made some significant progress with their Lockheed C-121J Super Constellation Bu.131643. As many of our readers will be well aware, this aircraft has sat outside at Manila International Airport in the Philippines for the best part of 30 years. The Australian museum acquired her at auction back in September, 2014,...

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The Final Flight for the F-4 Phantom Set For Next Week

The final flight and retirement ceremony for the venerable F-4 Phantom will be December 21st at Holloman AFB, New Mexico.  The Phantom is still in active service at Holloman with Detachment 1 of the 82nd Aerial Targets Squadron. The last flight and ceremony are open to the public, but attendees must RSVP to the base. Tentative Schedule 8 am –[Read...

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