Temora Aviation Museum‘s Spitfire Mk VIII flew over a memorial service held in the Geelong Grammar School chapel in Geelong, Victoria yesterday, honoring the highly-decorated WWII fighter ace and later Gran Prix race car driver, […]
In conjunction with the celebration of it’s 50th Anniversary, the National Naval Aviation Museum has released an all-new book. Entitled National Naval Aviation Museum Aircraft Collection, the book features all-new photography, and covers the museum’s […]
When one mentions Long Island, New York (or Lawnguylind, NooYawk in the local dialect), guaranteed the first thing that springs to mind will not be aviation, but the reality is that the island is steeped […]
In the summer of 1944, the skies above the French region of Picardy were the site of some of the largest air battles yet in the Second World War. Second Lieutenant James Johnson of the […]
We had the pleasure of speaking at length with World War Two aviator, William B.”Bill” Overstreet at Warbirds Over the Beach 2013, and as promised, we’re going to relate some of the compelling stories of […]
In furtherance of it’s long-term expansion plans, the National Museum of the Marine Corps of Triangle, Virginia, has unveiled the ambitious plans for it’s latest expansion. We recently reported on the restoration of one of […]
Six 1940s eight-by-twelve foot murals depicting scenes symbolic of the US involvement in World War II were brought to the Pacific Aviation Museum in Pearl Harbor.
After coming up empty last year, Spitfire hunter David Cundall claims that he is now 90% certain he has located the buried Spitfires for which he has been searching, and now partnered with new investors […]