Air & Space Magazine: January 2002
The Turkish Air Demo team is winning friends at home with its seven Northrop F-5s.
By Roger A. Mola
Are government and industry doing enough to make the sky secure?
By Lester A. Reingold
Birds do it, bees do it. Can two weird aircraft make aviation history doing it?
By Graham Chandler
Why you remain conscious at 30,000 feet.
By George C. Larson
What a satellite can do, balloons can do cheaper.
By T. A. Heppenheimer
ASM-N-2 Guided Missle
By Jim Sweeney
Every pilot needs a place to work.
By Eric Long and Mark Avino
Tracking launches from Cape Canaveral required old boats and iron guts.
By Dan Kovalchik
At the USAF Fighter Weapons School in 1957, the instructors were mean, but the aircraft were meaner.
By Robert A. Hanson
By J.R. Dailey
By Eric Adams
What 9/11 looked like from one airliner’s cockpit.
An ingenious new use for an old Cessna.
By Richard Sassaman
By Stuart Nixon