Oct 11, 2013
Great Georgia Airshow goes on despite government shutdown
The government shutdown and sequestration are taking a toll on the air show industry.
Military studies ways to privatize Cape Canaveral AFS, Eastern Range
Since the first rocket shot from the Cape in 1950, the Air Force has coordinated local launch activity and provided tracking and safety oversight for outbound vehicles -- including pushing the destruct button if one veers off course.
Times Record News
McKethan: Holidays are a time for hope
This year has been much the same, remembering time with family and friends and just how special our Christmases were with our entire family around.
Tampa Bay Newspapers
Florida Voices - Remembering the Cuban Missile Crisis
Angel Castillo Jr., a former reporter and editor for the New York Times and The Miami Herald, practices employment law in Miami.
TWE Remembers: Maj. Richard Heyser Flies a U-2 Over Cuba
A CIA chart of "reconnaissance objectives in Cuba," dated October 5, 1962. The U-2 is a remarkable plane .