Air & Space Magazine: January 2009
How a fighter-bomber-recon-attack superstar ended up as fodder for
By Ralph Wetterhahn
Red Whittaker’s rovers have already gone where no robot has gone before. Will one of them make it to the moon?
By Geoffrey Little
Where you can fly from Chicago to Atlanta without leaving your living room.
By Ed Regis
Square-tail Stearmans, straight-wing Wacos, and Hisso Jennies top the roster of antique airplanes at a captivating grass strip in Iowa.
By John Fleischman
When is a helicopter like a Patsy Cline song? When it falls to pieces.
By Peter Garrison
If you really want to know the planet, flip through Mike Malin’s photo album.
By Andrew Chaikin
The masters of time are about to give us a little extra. Use it wisely.
By James R. Chiles
The truth behind the tall tales of Hubert Fauntleroy Julian.
By David Shaftel
From five witnesses came a family tradition to honor the moment the airplane was born.
By Tom Crouch
By J.R. Dailey
The Secretary’s first impressions
By Linda Shiner
By James A. Jimenez
By Christopher Hope
Less Haste, More Flying
By Paul Hoversten
By George C. Larson