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Aviation History: November 2000 Letters

Published: September 23, 2000 at 1:01 am
Letters - Submit Aviation History Correction The 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 credit should have read: The Military …

Aviation History: May '99 From The Editor

Published: September 23, 1999 at 1:01 am
We salute six Elder Statesmen who helped shape the course of aviation history.

Aviation History: July '99 From the Editor

Published: September 23, 1999 at 1:01 am
From the EditorAviation History 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 history attractions in that same area. …

Aviation History: March '99 From The Editor

Published: September 23, 1999 at 1:01 am
By displaying aircraft in their proper context, museums can educate a wider audience about aviation history.

Aviation History: January '99 From the Editor

Published: September 23, 1999 at 1:01 am
From the EditorAviation History 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 …

Aviation History: November '99 From the Editor

Published: September 23, 1999 at 1:01 am
From the EditorAviation History 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, …

Aviation History: September '99 From the Editor

Published: September 23, 1999 at 1:01 am
From the EditorAviation History 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 …

Aviation History: September '98 From The Editor

Published: September 23, 1998 at 1:01 am
As the ranks of World War II vets thin, the importance of recording their stories for posterity increases.

Aviation History: March '98 From the Editor

Published: September 23, 1998 at 1:01 am
From the EditorAviation History As memories of WWII dim, let's notforget the reasons we recognized thosewho served on our behalf. Thank you. Now, how often does your boss, spouse, kid, customer, or anyone else thank you for doing what …

Aviation History: May '98 From the Editor

Published: September 23, 1998 at 1:01 am
From the EditorAviation History Those who want to be 'history literate' study notonly aviation hardware but also the people whomake it run. The National Aeronautic Association (NAA) recently honored six people who have contributed to the advancement–and to the …

Aviation History: November '98 From the Editor

Published: September 23, 1998 at 1:01 am
From the EditorAviation History While the world celebrates several golden anniversaries, we pause to acknowledge a 50th of another sort. The golden anniversary of events during and at the conclusion of World War II was attended by a series …

Aviation History: July '98 From the Editor

Published: September 23, 1998 at 1:01 am
From the EditorAviation History Fifty years ago, a now almost forgottenairplane was our front line of defenseand offense in the Cold War. "Oh, a B-Forty Thousand flies at forty-seven feet. Oh, a B-Forty Thousand flies at forty-seven feet…," sung …

Aviation History: January '98 From The Editor

Published: September 23, 1998 at 1:01 am
Lindbergh pondered the nature of things high and fast, and offered a vision of aeronautical things to come.

Aviation History: September '97 From The Editor

Published: September 23, 1997 at 1:01 am
Billy Mitchell fought for his beliefs--but he did not live to see his unorthodox concepts bear fruit in WWII.

Aviation History: March '97 From the Editor

Published: September 23, 1997 at 1:01 am
From the EditorAviation History Recognition is overdue for the two quiet'power pioneers' of aviation who opened the door to high-speed flight. I earned a few odd looks from others waiting for the Washington, D.C., subway because they must …

Aviation History: January '97 From The Editor

Published: September 23, 1997 at 1:01 am
Pacusan Dreamboat strikes a chord of remembrance for a reader who was there with a camera 50 years ago.
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