Today’s pictures shows women at work on a B 26 Invader’s radial engine at Douglas Aircraft Company in Long Beach, California approximately around October 1942. 4×5 Kodachrome transparency by Alfred Palmer.
The Stichting Neptune Association’s Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina, PH-PBY, flew for the first time in more than three years at Lelystad in The Netherlands, following a long period of maintenance in the organization’s new hangar at […]
Piper L-4 Grasshopper 12965 (EC-AJY) made its first post-restoration flight recently at Cuatro Vientos, near Madrid, Spain. The plane is operated by the Fundación Infante de Orleans (FIO), and the restoration project was started in […]
The Vintage Aviation Team (TVAT) of Brampton Ontario is making steady progress in the building of a full-scale reproduction of the Fokker D.VII 8609/18 that was famously flown at public air displays all across Canada […]
The San Diego Aerospace Museum San Diego Aerospace Museum or SDASM is California’s “Official Air and Space Museum,” one of the four largest aviation and space museums in the country and is home to the […]
The Doolittle Tokyo Raiders will end their longstanding tradition of annual reunions this year near the place where it all started, Elgin Air Force Base and Fort Walton Beach, Florida. The group of 80 men […]
The New Mexico Space History Museum loacted in Alamogordo, NM hosted its annual volunteer banquet to one of the largest crowds in recent memory. “We had the largest turnout of volunteers that I have seen […]
Following a three-year restoration project, the Commemorative Air Force Grumman/General Motors TBM-3S, BuNo 91426, will soon make its first post-restoration flight in Hagerstown, Maryland. The machine has been with the Commemorative Air Force (CAF) since […]