Sunday Jul 20
Front and Center: KCVL owner Eric Carpenter - Sun, 20 Jul 2014 PST
Sandwiched between U.S. 395 and a vacant double-wide splitting at the seams, North Country Broadcasting operates out of a modest one-story building bearing two radio stations' call letters spelled out in plywood.
Cessna 150-152 Fly-In Just Over Two Weeks Away
It's happening during Oshkosh, which may be why you haven't heard a lot about it ... but July 30 through August 1, the 14th annual "Confab in the Corn" will be held at Clinton Municipal Airport in Clinton, IA.
Ronald Glen Fry
Ron graduated from Exeter High School in 1953, and retained many close friendships with his classmates.
Wise County Messenger Online
FAA to honor veteran pilot for safety record
"They have this saying: There are old pilots and there are bold pilots. There are no old, bold pilots because if they're too cocky, they wind up dead."
Cadets get flying - and life - lessons with Redmond Civil Air Patrol squadron
Cadet Capt. Joanna Aponte of Kirkland holds the blue guidon flag at basic training encampment for new cadets at Joint-Base Lewis-McChord.
The Oxford Times: A Cessna 310 plane similar to the one used by the city council
A PLANE has been used to photograph the whole of Oxford as part of the battle against illegal developments in the city, officials have revealed.
I Learned About Flying From That: A Trip through the Corn
In the summer of 1967 I was a 16-year-old student pilot flying out of Cornelia Fort Airpark in Nashville, Tennessee.