The Briefcase Affair

November 24, 2007 0

One of the mysteries is Amelia Earhart’s briefcase. A Marine in World War II claims he discovered the briefcase in a safe in the war zone during the invasion at Garapan, Saipan. […]

Ground FAC Europe

November 24, 2007 0

Few pilots enjoyed the job of ground Forward Air Controller (FAC). Every one of us would rather be flying aircraft and getting all the glory. […]

Disappearance of Steve Fossett

November 18, 2007 0

Steve Fossett is a businessman and pilot who set several aviation records during his lifetime. He disappeared while flying solo on September 3, 2007. […]

The Man

November 11, 2007 0

As pilot of one of the most famous flights of WW II, which brought about a quicker surrender from the enemy and a reduction in the loss of Allied lives, and for his leadership and skill with both airplanes and people in times of stress, Paul W. Tibbets, Jr. is enshrined with honor into the National Aviation Hall of Fame […]

Paul Tibbets

November 4, 2007 0

Paul Warfield Tibbets, Jr. was a brigadier general in the United States Air Force, best known for being the pilot of the Enola Gay, the first aircraft to drop an atomic bomb. […]