AviatorsEarly flight pioneers, military aviators and military and airline pilots
May 2002 | By Major Arthur Tomassetti
March 2002 | By Stuart Nixon
At the USAF Fighter Weapons School in 1957, the instructors were mean, but the aircraft were meaner.
January 2002 | By Robert A. Hanson
What 9/11 looked like from one airliner’s cockpit.
January 2002 | By Anonymous
January 2002 | By Stuart Nixon
The Diamond is the only one of its kind ever built.
November 2001 | By Becki Bell
Breathes there the pilot with soul so dead who never to himself hath said, "I bet I can fly under that bridge"?
November 2001 | By Phil Scott
They torpedoed enemy ships during World War II. Now they fight fire.
November 2001 | By Marshall Lumsden
November 2001 | By Diane Tedeschi
November 2001 | By Tom Pinardo, as told to Vincent Czaplyski
A fighter pilot, his escort, and one hell of a coincidence.
September 2001 | By John Fleischman
September 2001 | By Russell Gregory
This hard-working band of pilots and fleet of weary airplanes keep the U.S. auto industry rolling along.
July 2001 | By Mark Huber
How two Lockheed F-104 Starfighters became airshow stars.
May 2001 | By Carl Hoffman
May 2001 | By Doug Hinton
Helicopter pilots play chicken with high-voltage power lines so crews can work on live wires.
March 2001 | By James R. Chiles
The wonderful, unworkable world of airplane design in the years before the Wright brothers.
March 2001 | By Phil Scott
A helicopter pilot recalls his peacekeeping tour of duty over one of the world's most strife-torn regions.
January 2001 | By Jonathan Knaul
Behind the glamour boys in X-planes is an entire profession making sure your Cessna has its wings on straight.
January 2001 | By D.C. Agle
Once swallowed whole by TWA, local Missouri favorite Ozark Air Lines flies again.
January 2001 | By Nan Chase