All posts tagged 'Wings'

“Big Tail” – One of a kind SR-71 Blackbird – 2004 Wings & Airpower CD

Posted on August 24th, 2012 · Posted in Wings & Airpower Articles

By Tony Landis, in the December 2004 edition of Wings Shortly after the first SR-71s began flying operational missions over North Vietnam, the Air Force began looking into ways of expanding the capabilities of this exotic aircraft. With its versatile interchangeable noses, mission planners would have to make a choice..
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GOLDEN AGE OF FLIGHT TEST, X-Planes at Edwards AFB, 1947-1977, Painting by Mike Machat

Mike Machat, Your ‘Go-To’ Source for Aviation Art & Information

Posted on August 21st, 2012 · Posted in Pilots & Everyone Else, Wings & Airpower Articles

Artist, author, and historian Mike Machat is a well-known American aviation personality who has dedicated his career to the preservation and documentation of aviation history. If it’s about airplanes, Mike can illustrate it, write about it, or talk about it. His extraordinary archival resources and aviation experience allow him to..
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Wings & Airpower Magazine Index 1971-2007

Posted on August 20th, 2012 · Posted in

Search our Comprehensive Index of Wings & Airpower Magazines MAIN TOPIC SECONDARY TOPIC AUTHOR MONTH YEAR 191st F.I.G. McDonnell F-4C Phantom Mason OCT 1984 345th Bomb Grp. North American B-25 Hickey SEP 1985 357th Fighter Group North American P-51 Olmsted FEB 2001 418 Squadron DeHavilland Mosquito Grinsell DEC 1972 4th..
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Big, Bluff, Buff – Boeing’s B-52 – 1980 Wings & Airpower CD

Posted on July 16th, 2012 · Posted in Wings & Airpower Articles

Boeing’s B-52, Keeper Of The Peace Or Flying Test Lab! By Lt. Colonel William D. Sluru, Jr., February 1980 issue of Wings Little was it realized when the first YB-52 thundered down Boeing Field, Seattle, on its maiden flight in 1952 that the U.S. was launching one of the most..
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