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Aviation History: January ’00 From the Editor

Increase your involvement in a field that never grows boring--aviation history. This may be the first issue of Aviation History you are reading--or the 57th if you have been with us since our first issue in...
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Aviation History: May 2000 Letters

Goodyear Duck FactsRegarding the query in the "Letters" department of your January 2000 issue, the Goodyear GA-2 Duck was built by the Goodyear Aircraft Corporation at Akron,...
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Aviation History: January 2000 Letters

Biplane Oversight In the "Enduring Heritage" article in the July 1999 issue, the author describes the Boeing Model 226/P-26A Peashooter as the only fighter built by Boeing. That is not true. It was...
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Aviation History: November 2000 Letters

CorrectionThe painting used on the cover of the July 2000 issue of Aviation History, Robert Taylor's Home Run, was incorrectly credited in the table of contents. The cover...
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Aviation History: September ’99 From the Editor

Now may be an appropriate time to renew the leadership lessons of the past. Our faith in, and our willingness to follow, our many leaders has been at a low ebb for long enough. We should be looking for ways...
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Aviation History: July ’99 From the Editor

The birthplace of aviation--Dayton, Ohio--offers several enticements for aviation history buffs. Our March editorial about the U.S. Air Force Museum at Dayton, Ohio, sparked responses from two other aviation...
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Aviation History: January ’99 From the Editor

Marine ace Marion Carl survived WWII combat only to die as a result of a random act of senseless violence. An editor is expected to be able to summon at will the best phrase to describe any situation. But the...

Aviation History: November ’99 From the Editor

Retired Vice Admiral Donald D. Engen, 75, a friend, a mentor and a founding member of this magazine's advisory board, died on July 13. He was flying with his friend and longtime pilot William Ivans, soaring...