Air & Space Magazine: November 2006
How a team of engineers and a crash diet saved the Joint Strike Fighter.
By Joe Pappalardo
The fighter of the future comes to the Hazy Center.
By Douglas Gantenbein
At the world's most dangerous airport, it's best to get down quickly.
By Allan T. Duffin
Astronauts get the glory, but flight directors run the show.
By Michael Behar
A digital communications system could put the control tower in the cockpit.
By Lester A. Reingold
Portraits of military aviation's first fleet.
One writer's view of flying in WWI.
Did the first paying guests aboard the international space station get their $20 million worth?
By Craig Mellow
Why 2006 is the year of the very light jet.
By Mark Huber
With the equivalent power of an electric can opener, engineers try to do more than scratch the Martian surface.
By Tom Harpole
The Spirit of Santos-Dumont
By Bettina H. Chavanne
By Paul A. Roales