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The success of the P-38 program was career-defining for many Lockheed engineers, many of whom went on to become founding members of the Skunk Works. …

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Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Was Born an Aristocrat and Died a Renowned Aviator and one of the World’s Most Beloved Authors Antoine de Saint-Exupéry was born into …

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What the heck is an Ekranoplan? Or the A-90 Orlyonok? Ekranoplans are curious craft, flying a few feet off of the ocean at high …

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The P-63 Kingcobra flew for the first time in over 40 years after a sixteen-year restoration process. The Georgia-based Commemorative Air Force (CAF) Dixie …

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Remembering Charlie Spath, Green 4, Lost in the Iron Triangle This article marks the third story from Bill’s Korea Files. Click here to read …

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Some plane concepts, like parasite fighters, never really take off. During the early days of military aviation, the effective range of most aircraft was …

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A MiG-15 Caused My Best Greased Landing in an F-86 Sabre This article marks the second story from Bill’s Korea Files. Click here to …

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Exploring the life of ace pilot Lydia Litvyak, The White Rose of Stalingrad Born in Moscow, USSR on August 18, 1921, Lydia Vladirmirovna Litvyak …

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The Korea Files: An Introduction to Life on the Base This article is the first in a series of articles, called the Korea Files, …

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In 1937, the Lockheed XC-35 arrived, featuring both a pressurized cockpit and passenger cabin. As early as the 1700’s, scientists were hypothesizing that the …

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