For this famous B-17, surviving 25 missions in World War II was the easy part.
November 2008 | By Mark Bernstein
A couple of strays join the prowl, and the world’s supply of flyable Grumman F7Fs increases by two-thirds.
October 24, 2008 | By Michael Klesius
The civil engineering project that got the airmail through the night.
September 16, 2008 | By Linda Shiner
Finding an airplane to deliver the mail should have been easy.
September 12, 2008 | By Rebecca Maksel
Onboard “Airmail 1” for the first leg of the trip, from New York to Bellefonte.
September 11, 2008 | By Rebecca Maksel
Three historic mailplanes commemorated the anniversary of U.S. airmail by tracing the original coast-to-coast route.
September 08, 2008 | By Linda Shiner
How P-47s became the tank busters of World War II
July 14, 2008 | By Robert F. Dorr and Thomas D. Jones
Swen Swanson's Sportster
July 2008 | By Ken Scott
The Navy's newest Hawkeye gets closer to the fight.
July 2008 | By Preston Lerner
My grandmother loved her first and only airplane ride.
June 2008 | By Hilliard Stone
Rare archival footage shows Army pilots learning to fly Jennies in 1917.
May 05, 2008 | By Phillip W. Stewart
Aviation historian Ron Dick takes a closer look at an old warbird.
March 01, 2008 | By Diane Tedeschi
Computer analysis of World War I aircraft shows precisely why some were deadly and others, death traps.
January 2008 | By Peter Garrison
Three brothers, an inspiring teacher, and the airplane in the barn.
January 2008 | By Lemuel C. Shattuck
We take a light sport aircraft for a test drive.
September 2007 | By Mark Huber
This World War II veteran loved flying all airplanes, but especially the Mustang.
August 2007 | By Diane Tedeschi
This September a super-size squadron of P-51s will relive the legend.
August 2007 | By Stephen Joiner
July 2007 | By Bettina Haymann Chavanne
Pieces of Pearl Harbor's lone surviving Zero tell of a violent clash of cultures and a race for technology.
July 2007 | By Nick D'Alto
Finding an airworthy Zero is not easy these days. In fact, you can count them on one hand.
July 2007 | By Roger Mola