Aviation Book Reviews
The Wild Blue: The Novel of the U.S. Air Force
This book follows the fictitious careers and lives of members of the United States Air Force. We get to follow them from their inception at Basic Training until they leave the Air Force.
Hypersonic Thunder: A Novel of the Jet Age!
Walter Boyne, one of the first major content contributors to Wings Over Kansas has completed his latest book, "Hypersonic Thunder," which concludes the trilogy of novels on the history of jet aviation.
A DEVELOPMENTAL HISTORY OF THE HELIO COURIER ULTRA C/STOL AIRCRAFT
As aviation enthusiasts, we all seem to have our own favorite aircraft. I know that I have my own all-star collection, at least in my mind. Usually it is because of some marvelous combination of form and function, or emotional attachment due to various personal reasons.
The Final Salute
The Final Salute, the debut novel by Kathleen Rodgers, is about the aftermath of plane crashes, the tight bond between military pilots, and how crewmembers and military families cope after terrible tragedies.
MILESTONES OF THE FIRST CENTURY OF FLIGHT
Having the name of F. Clifton Berry, Jr. on a book is a hallmark of quality. When you add to that the prestige of the Aerospace Industries Association of America, which presented the book, you have an indisputable stamp of authority and expertise.
Wichita's Legacy of Flight
As part of the nation's commemoration of the 100th anniversary of powered flight, a team of students from Wichita State University put together a book about Wichita's role in aviation history.
The Wright Way
Seven Problem-Solving Principles from the Wright Brothers that Can Make Your Business Soar… book review by Carl Chance.