Friday Jul 4
Air & Space
The 98-Pound Weakling of Research Airplanes
When it appeared at the flight test facility at California's Muroc Air Force Base in 1948, the Northrop X-4 Bantam was the 98-pound weakling of research airplanes.
Manawatu Evening Standard
Light injuries from forced landing
A light aircraft has made a forced landing near Ardmore in South Auckland this afternoon causing minor injuries to the two occupants, police say.
I Learned About Flying From That: A Trip through the Corn
In the summer of 1967 I was a 16-year-old student pilot flying out of Cornelia Fort Airpark in Nashville, Tennessee.
San Bernardino County Sun
Plane registered to Long Beach company crashes in Agua Dulce area; 2 hurt
Two people were injured today when a small plane struck some power lines and crashed in the Agua Dulce area.
The Daily Star
Heading towards the HORIZON
Mankind's urge to take to the skies has probably existed since time immemorial. Legends tell adventurous tales of mythical winged animals flying across kingdoms.