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From the archives

As part of the nation's commemoration of the 100th anniversary of powered flight, a team of students from Wichita State University put together a book about Wichita's role in aviation history.

 

Special Subjects

WOK Companion Site

Wings Over The World

TRENDING AEROSPACE & AVIATION NEWS 

In Flight USA

Kansas Aviation News Headlines

 

U.S. Department of Defense

 

Aviation Education

AVIATION VIDEO FEATURES

Aviation and Aircraft Videos

AVIATION JOBS/CAREERS

Aviation Careers and Employment

AVIATION EDUCATION:

Wolf Aviation Fund Grant

Young Eagles

Learn to FlyWichita Area Technical College

National Center for Aviation Training

AVIATION PIONEERS

Pioneers

Amelia Earhart, Fact and Fiction

AVIATION PAST PRESENT & FUTURE

Air Capital

Air Capital Aviation

Kansas Aviation History

Kansas Aviation Legacy

VINTAGE & MODERN AIRCRAFT

Vintage Aircraft

Outstanding Kansas Built Aircraft

MILITARY SITES

McConnell Air Force Base

McConnell AFB Heritage

184th Intelligence Wing

Kansas Air National Guard Annals

Veterans Coming Home

AVIATION MUSEUMS 

Kansas Cosmosphere & Space Center Astro Features

The Kansas Aviation Museum JournalExploration PlaceSmithsonian Air & Space MuseumWichita Historical Museum

AVIATION/AEROSPACE ASSOC. 

KDOT Aviation

Kansas Pilots AssociationWSU NIAR

Wichita Aero Club

 


Contributing Editors

Walter J. Boyne's "World Aviation History"

Lionel Alford, Jr., Aviation Adventures

Frank Joseph Rowe

Bonnie Johnson's Women In Aviation

Col. George M. Boyd, CAP, "Remembers the Tuskegee Airmen!"

Daryl Murphy Planes and People

Richard Harris - Kansas Aviation Historian