Lindbergh pondered the nature of things high and fast, and offered a vision of aeronautical things to come.
Billy Mitchell fought for his beliefs--but he did not live to see his unorthodox concepts bear fruit in WWII.
Pacusan Dreamboat strikes a chord of remembrance for a reader who was there with a camera 50 years ago.
Just over a half century ago the first of the X-planes began making history in the California skies.
The more we look to history for absolute answers, the more we seem to find that there are no such things.
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