Air & Space Magazine: July 2011
Take a fantasy flight in a real, live Liberator.
By Stephen Joiner
In a new autobiography, an Apollo 15 pilot tells what it was like to fly solo.
By Al Worden With Francis French
A remote-controlled airplane, a camera, and a pair of goggles can put you in the (virtual) pilot's seat for as little as $500.
By Mark Betancourt
Military aviation prepares for the inevitable.
By Michael Milstein
Donald Hall's 1927 rush job.
By Tom Leech
Flying. The other universal language.
By James Wynbrandt
After four years of spiraling out from Earth, the Dawn spacecraft closes in on its first target.
By Tom Jones
From Minnesota cratemakers, a new CG-4 glider like the ones they built in World War II.
By Lynn Keillor
Air travelers, fear not.
By Jack Williams
In this rugged hiding place, outlaws like Osama bin Laden are rarely run to ground. The British learned that lesson in 1939.
By Graham Chandler
By J.R. Dailey
Challenging the Helldiver’s bad reputation.
By Rebecca Maksel
How we turned the A3D into a tanker.
By Hadley Dixon
Neighbors, families, and friends watched the skies for enemy bombers.
By Mark Wolverton
Sikorsky’s X2 is more hot rod than helicopter.
By George C. Larson, Member, NAA