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Wings Over Kansas Walter J. Boyne’s “World Aviation History” – Wings Over Kansas

El Dorado Canyon

December 19, 2010 0

Air Force and Navy aircraft crossed Qaddafi’s “Line of Death” to strike the terrorist state of Libya. […]

THE FUTURE OF FLIGHT

March 28, 2010 0

What must have it been like in the early 1930s, when the big boom in aviation was beginning to transform the wood, wire and fabric biplanes of the past into the sleek all metal monoplanes of the future? […]

The Early Overflights

February 23, 2010 0

At the dawn of the Cold War, air surveillance missions over “denied areas” could–and did–get pretty sporty. […]

They Wanted Wings

November 16, 2009 0

Aviation cadet programs have produced thousands of flying officers, and always when desperately needed. […]

Walter J. Boyne

August 24, 2009 0

Walter J. Boyne (born 1929) is a retired United States Air Force officer, combat veteran, aviation historian, and author of over fifty books and over one thousand magazine articles. He is a former director of the National Air and Space Museum of the Smithsonian Institution. […]

The Early Overflights

July 13, 2009 0

At the dawn of the Cold War, air surveillance missions over “denied areas” could–and did–get pretty sporty. […]

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