Air & Space Magazine: July 2003
"Uh oh. Why is this piston rod left over?" Meet the pilots who are gutsy enough to fly freshly restored airplanes.
By Mark Huber
Nine guys who have raised puttering in the garage to an art form.
By Matthew Stibbe
The systems that cool the threat from heat-seeking missiles.
By Sam Goldberg
Fifty years ago, North Korea's secret allies plotted to heist from the United States a North American F-86.
By Ralph Wetterhahn
When your batteries are dead and solar power is only a distant memory, you're going to need something else in your power pack.
By Ben Iannotta
From the decks of World War II aircraft carriers to today's airshow circuit-the journey of a Royal Australian Navy Fairey Firefly.
By John Sotham
That's the sound of the prop-driven XF-84H, and it brought grown men to their knees. It didn't fly all that great either.
By Stephan Wilkinson
The astronaut who commanded the first shuttle flight after Challenger explains his decision.
By Richard Hauck
Wooden propellers are like Louisville Sluggers: The distance.
By Tom Harpole