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Article: Through The Looking Glass

At first, it might...

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Article: Flying Vintners

John Trefethen, whose ...

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Article: Tuskegee Tradition

Their legacy is one of courage in the face of a variety of adversaries—fierce anti-aircraft artillery fire, swarms of enemy fighters, some of the worst weather in Europe and constant derision and discrimination from many of their own comrades in arms...

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Article: The Bears Of Kamchatka

For Charlie Russell and Maureen Enns, it had been a...

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Article: Flying The Yukon Quest

The sun isn’t ...

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Article: The Search For Amelia

Lady Lindy always ...

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Article: The Leeward Air Ranch

Jimmy Leeward really never had much of a...

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Article: The Men Behind The Lens

There it sits, waiting, a latency of...

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Article: A New Kind Of Air Racing

Reno 2004: The single red and blue airplane comes...

Article: Escorted Adventures

Bob and Jill Blettner flew from Wisconsin down to Key West, Fla., in their...

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Article: Burt Rutan

Before pilot Brian Binnie soared and flew right into world...

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Article: 60 Years After

Paul Tibbets joined the Army Air Corps at ...

Article: Flying In Europe

When the chance came to fly a Cirrus across Europe, it would be an...

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Article: Crossing The Atlantic In A Single

High and wide, we cruise above...

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Article: Double Trouble

The P-51 Mustang is almost...

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Article: Racing Bobby Unser

There were surprises. It only took...

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Article: See Italy By Seaplane

Cesare Baj dropped the first notch of flaps on the Lake Buccaneer as we circled Castelli di Cannero, a castle from the 13th century.

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Article: Is General Aviation Losing The Popularity Contest?

You remember, don’t you,...

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Article: CHiPs In The Sky

California’s state police have used fixed-wing aircraft to...

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Article: The Aviation Storyteller

For Greg Herrick, collecting airplanes seems to be more of an addiction, less of a hobby. His eclectic assortment of more than 40 aircraft spans eight decades, with a focus on the period between World War I and World War II known as the Golden Age...

Article: Soloing At 14 Years Old

Jamail Larkins took his first...

Article: Across The Nile

The Great Rift Valley is one of the biggest...

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Article: It's Aerotrekking

Out the window, there’s not a hint of light ...

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Article: Cavanaugh’s Flight Through Time

Jim Cavanaugh has a habit of starting small a...

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Article: Logbook Love Affair

You don’t have to have lived very long to...

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Article: Cowboy Christmas

Champion calf roper K.C. Jones is backing his horse, a brown-and-white paint named...

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Article: Refueling The Tacos

From the cockpit jump seat of a 1954 Boeing KC-135...

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Article: Bitten By The Viper

This is my “Maverick” moment, so I better not mak...

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Article: Bad Girl

There I sat as the consequence of a misunderstanding, watching the ground drop away at a satisfyingly rapid rate.

Article: The Odyssey Of Glacier Girl

1942: A flight of six P-38s and two B-17s departs Sondrestrom Fjord, Greenland, for Reykjavik, Iceland, on their way to the WWII European Theater of Operations as part of Operation Bolero. It’s an ambitious project, initiated by General Hap A...