Air & Space Magazine: September 2008
Forty years later, we’re about to see what the moonwalkers left behind.
By Tony Reichhardt
Real pilots rate the performance of the airplanes in James Bond flicks.
By David Lande
Cleaning up an aircraft carrier.
By Phil Scott
Despite the best training and technology, why do pilots still die from not knowing which end is up?
By Tom LeCompte
Megalifters prove you’re never too fat to fly.
By Kara Platoni
On the ground with Marines in Afghanistan, the author sees a different side of close air support.
By Ed Darack
A new probe to a Martian moon may win back respect for Russia’s unmanned space program.
By Anatoly Zak
Photographs taken from the world’s first warplanes changed the course of battle.
By Robin White
By J. R. Dailey
By Rebecca Maksel
By Richard G. Woodhull, Jr.
By Nick D’Alto
By Roger A. Mola
Produced in cooperation with the National Aeronautic Association
By George C. Larson