Composer’s greatest gift was an ear for the simple and the sweet
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After a calamitous combat debut, the Bristol Fighter became a formidable mainstay of the Royal Air Force during World War I— and into the 1930s.
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The breathtakingly sleek Lockheed F-104 Starfighter was designed for a purpose that was too far ahead of its time.