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  • A century of Royal Navy air power


    The UK Royal Navy is today commemorating its first century as an aviation power, with a 'Fly Navy 100' flypast over London ...


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  • F-16 test-pilot Neil Anderson dies


    Anderson successfully belly-landed the YF-16 prototype, won Reno, and became a Lockheed Martin executive


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  • A century of Royal Navy air power

    News | 07 May 2009 11:15 | Craig Hoyle

    The UK Royal Navy is today commemorating its first century as an aviation power, with a 'Fly Navy 100' flypast over London ...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/A-century-of-Royal-Navy-air-power-325257/
  • From Swordfish to sword holders – Naval Aviation puts on a show

    News | 20 Apr 2009 09:00 | Craig Hoyle

    From swordfish to sword holders - naval aviation puts on a showhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/From-Swordfish-to-sword-holders-Naval-Aviation-puts-on-a-show-325256/
  • F-16 test-pilot Neil Anderson dies

    News | 21 Sep 2006 18:50

    Anderson successfully belly-landed the YF-16 prototype, won Reno, and became a Lockheed Martin executivehttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/F-16-test-pilot-Neil-Anderson-dies-209117/
  • Straight & Level

    News | 03 May 2005 00:00

    <p>Job for life? Overheard in the Smorgasjet marketing department: Olaf Outloud: "Let's do some forward planning for the sub-continent Smorgasfighter campaign." Gripe-n-grin: "How far out are we looking…2008, 2010?" Outloud: "Well let's put it this way, we hope your seven-year-old son is interested in aircraft – ‘cos you'll need someone to keep it going when you retire!"</p> <p>IT problems Discussing ever-present office IT issues with Monty Orangeball the other day, he recalls how once during a delivery flight he encountered the ultimate re-boot. After failing to take off at the third attempt after a night stop in Iceland, the captain of the Bombardier Turbostretch declared the persistent "config warning" could only be solved if "we just go back to the ramp and switch the whole thing off". Monty says: "So we shut down, and everyone stretched their legs while he rebooted the aircraft!" Just glad he didn't have to try that at 16,000ft over the Denmark Strait.</p> <p>Welcome to…where? Thttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Straight-Level-197445/
  • ... and what of the future?

    News | 27 Aug 2002 00:00

    <p>Reggie S. Potter: &quot;Where did you get N787SC from for the Sonic Cruiser?&quot;</p> <p>Megaplanes: &quot;This madman from England who was building a half-scale Hawker Sea Fury replica.&quot;</p> <p>Potter: &quot;And was 787 and SC relevant to him?&quot;</p> <p>Mega: &quot;The transonic speed once believed to have been reached in a dive (.787) before the wings came off, and someone called Sidney Camm.&quot;</p>http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/-and-what-of-the-future-153900/
  • A storming Oshkosh

    News | 21 Aug 1996 00:00

    <p>Bad weather may have cut public attendance, but it did not dampen the enthusiasm of exhibitors at this year's convention and fly-in at Oshkosh</p> <p>David Higdon/OSHKOSH </p> <p>AVIATORS BY THE tens of thousands renewed their love affair with aviation during the 44th annual Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Convention and Fly-In in Oshkosh, Wisconsin on 1-7 August. They found plenty of new products to look at - plus some things old made new again. </p> <p>There were new aircraft, new avionics, even a new way - US Federal Aviation Administration-approved, of course - to receive instrument-approach plates by computer CD-ROM technology from Jeppesen, the oldest name in charts. With all, which was new and different to see and buy, Oshkosh also retained some of its old, reliable traits: the afternoon airshow and the bad weather, which cut off access for many pilots. Total attendance during the week dropped by some 30,000 to about 800,000, compared with 1995. </p> <p>Oshkosh ihttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/A-storming-Oshkosh-12052/