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U.S., Kyrgyzstan Reach Compromise On Manas 'Black Box'
The "black box" flight recorder from the U.S. Air Force jet that crashed in Kyrgyzstan has been found , and the U.S. and Kyrgyzstan have reached an agreement on the sensitive issue of sharing access to the information contained therein.
Wed May 22, 2013
On This Day in Aviation History
Only the conventional trigger detonated, the bomb being unarmed, creating a large crater.
Spokane's Fairchild base loses bid to house Air Force tankers
Boeing is about to start building the wing of the first KC-46 Air Force tanker in Everett, but those aircraft won't be based in Washington state.
Thu May 16, 2013
55 years of presidential jets
The U.S. Air Force ordered its first three Boeing jets for the president and other high-ranking officials 55 years ago, on May 15, 1958.
Sun May 12, 2013
New Game: VIP Ultimate Classic Wings: The Collection
VIP Ultimate Classic Wings: The Collection is a collection of aircraft for Microsoft Flight Simulator 98 .
Thu May 09, 2013
Inslee: Landing the next generation 777. A bumpy flight ahead
With a Boeing backdrop, and fulsome tributes to the aerospace giant, Gov. Jay Inslee on Thursday mapped out a strategy for persuading Boeing to design and build the next generation of 777 passenger jets in Washington: A big chunk of the state's political leadership was on hand to give him a leg up.
Mon May 06, 2013
The Times of Israel
Confident strikes on Syria send a message to the nervous US
Illustrative photo of IAF F-15I fighter jets being refueled by a Boeing 707, during an air show at the graduation ceremony of Israeli pilots at the Hatzerim air force base in the Negev desert, on Thursday, June 28, 2012 NEW YORK - On a visit to the Pakistani capital Islamabad in 2006, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, then a Republican senator from ... (more)
Fri May 03, 2013
Israel bombed Syria: US media
Israel conducted an airstrike in Syria overnight targeting a weapons shipment headed for the militant movement group Hezbollah based in neighboring Lebanon, US media reported.
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A fight is brewing in Kansas over the constitutionality of laws that aim to bar enforcement of federal gun-control measures.
North Coast Journal Weekly Politics
Boeing, Boeing Bounced
The summer season for Ferndale Rep just shrunk by a little as noted in a press release sent out this morning.
KC-135 Tanker Crashes In Kyrgyzstan
The aircraft was a KC-135, a refueling tanker based on the Boeing 707. It is not immediately clear how many passengers were on board, but such tankers usually carry only a handful of crew members.
Air Force Times
Refueling tanker crashes in Kyrgyzstan
A U.S. military refueling tanker plane crashed Friday in Kyrgyzstan, the Central Asian nation's emergencies ministry said.
Wed May 01, 2013
How Airliners Work - Hydraulics
In the last couple chapters we looked at the how the flight controls on an airliner work.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Aerotech News And Review
News Briefs: April 29, 2013
A law sponsored by Democratic Rep. Marcel Black of Tuscumbia provided for the Veterans Driver's License.
Wed Apr 24, 2013
Boeing going, so woo new plane makers
What rhymes with going, going, gone? How about Boeing, Boeing, bawn? That doesn't make sense in English, but it sure hits the nail on the head with the once loyal, Washington-state born, bred and based Boeing Company.