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25 min ago | Oxford Mail
Flight Lieutenant Ken McCredie, most recently of 99 Squadron, racked up 11,000 flying hours, piloted nine types of aircraft and served at 14 Royal Air Force bases.
1 hr ago | Hot Rod Magazine
In 1956, the CIA had a problem. Its U-2 spy plane could fly at extreme altitudes and carry state-of-the-art cameras, but the Russians proved they could track it on its very first flight.
5 hrs ago | Clacton and Frinton Gazette
The event, which is in its 23rd year, takes place Thursday and Friday at the resort's West Greensward.
7 hrs ago | South Yorkshire Times
The world's last remaining flying Vulcan bomber will take to the skies with her Lancaster bomber 'sisters' today after generous donors chipped in to make it happen.
BY the third festival the punters knew what to expect with excitement levels high as the Eurofighter Typhoon and new attraction the F-16 gave a preview flypast on Wednesday.
The Commemorative Air Force is bringing "hands on" history to Dallas Oct. 3-5 when the world's only flying Boeing B-29 Superfortress, " FIFI ," the famous North American P-51C " Tuskegee Airmen" and over a dozen other World War II military aircraft take center stage at their first event at Dallas Executive Airport.
Ukraine's armed forces said they continue to push back separatists in fighting in the country's east, as the death toll from the conflict, already more than 2,000, mounted further.
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From The People's Mosquito - the noble effort to build an original de Havilland Mosquito for the public trust - we have the latest news.
Over the last decade, the Royal Air Force has made some very deep budget cuts while also trying to modernize its much smaller aircraft fleet.
The last flying Avro Vulcan is a regular at Wings and Wheels but this year's display will feature some guests.
Much like this E-3 Sentry AWACS aircraft, Boeing wants to turn its cost structure upside down.
Lockheed Martin Corp. has received a nearly $233 million boost to its Orlando work on flight-training and maintenance simulators for the advanced but often troubled F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program.
The event - in its 23rd year - will take place on Thursday and Friday and a strong line-up both in the skies and on the ground is expected to pull in flight fans.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 08:54 am
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