For you pilots out there, how is your checklist discipline before each flight? I know in my own experience, my instructor was absolutely relentless on that topic. Every item had View More ›
From The Cockpit: First Aerobatic Ride
The world of aviation is not without its share of dramas and tragedies. We’ve touched on quite a few that have affected us on a very personal level, and others View More ›
A Discovery Flight to Remember
In this day and age, not only do most people never get to experience something as extraordinary as flying, but many don’t know that it is actually an option for them. Whether it is to pursue a career or just for fun, it is my dream and passion to open as many minds to the possibility of flight as possible. I want to share my love for aviation with the world by inspiring people to dream beyond the limiting factors they’ve set for themselves.
The X-47B UCAS Aerial Refuel
First the X-47B UCAS took off from and landed on an aircraft carrier. Now it’s completed an aerial refueling from an Omega KC-707 tanker.
On Drone Strikes
With all the debate about drone strikes and their effectiveness, little has been said about the challenges presented by alternative methods of finishing the targets that are currently the domain of drones.
Don Sheldon: The Bush Pilot’s Pilot
Donald ‘Don’ Edward Sheldon might not be widely known in the lower 48, yet he’s a household name when it comes to Alaskan bush flying.
Five Test and Development A350-900s in Flight
Five test and development A350-900s took to the skies for a formation flight in September 2014, in Toulouse, France. The event brought together all of the aircraft used for Airbus’ successful View More ›
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