Air & Space Magazine: May 2000
If you remember Vietnam, you remember the Bell UH-1.
By John Sotham
Just how many hours can you wring from an airplane? As the operators, mechanics, and parts suppliers who keep DC-3s in the air.
By Mark Huber
Rare high-performance British jets are drawing fans to a new airshow on the circuit.
By Bill Garvey
There are more stars in our celestial backyard than we once thought.
By Michael Milstein
Can tiny aircraft deliver the big picture?
By Peter Garrison
It's only a small pane in the International Space Station.
By Leonard David
By John Dailey
By Patricia Trenner
By Keith Monroe
By Gordon J. Twa
By Tom Huntington