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  1. Civil Air Patrol might fill part of Pedroa s voidRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Sun Journal

    The Marine Corps plans to end those flights Oct. 1, but local Civil Air Patrol members say they are willing to help out where they can. "Due to the fact that Pedro may be standing down in October, we're probably going to get more involved with it," Michael Woodruff, captain of the Cunningham Field Composite Squadron N.C. 160 of the Civil Air Patrol, said about air searches.

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  2. Drone passes below flight heading into Gander International AirportRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | CBC News

    A pilot operating a flight into Gander International Airport reported that a drone passed below the aircraft during a descent onto the runway. A CADORS report indicates the pilot of an Exploits Valley Air Services Cessna 152 reported seeing a drone pass about 30 metres below the plane on Thursday.

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  3. Gettin' OlderRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | AVweb

    After several years of work by the Recreational Aviation Foundation, an old turf runway has been restored and reopened on North Fox... A NASA T-38 flown by an astronaut was taxiing to the FBO when he turned into a private hangar's parking area. Ground control rerouted... A gift of $30 million from the Boeing Company and Mr. and Mrs. William E. Boeing Jr. to the Museum of Flight is "unprecedented," the... Don't companies come to AirVenture to show off their stuff? We're not sure Icon is one of them.

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  4. Airform Receives FAA Approval For Mooney BafflesRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 25 | AVweb

    After several years of work by the Recreational Aviation Foundation, an old turf runway has been restored and reopened on North Fox... A NASA T-38 flown by an astronaut was taxiing to the FBO when he turned into a private hangar's parking area. Ground control rerouted... A gift of $30 million from the Boeing Company and Mr. and Mrs. William E. Boeing Jr. to the Museum of Flight is "unprecedented," the... Don't companies come to AirVenture to show off their stuff? We're not sure Icon is one of them.

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  5. New This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | AVweb

    After several years of work by the Recreational Aviation Foundation, an old turf runway has been restored and reopened on North Fox... A NASA T-38 flown by an astronaut was taxiing to the FBO when he turned into a private hangar's parking area. Ground control rerouted... A gift of $30 million from the Boeing Company and Mr. and Mrs. William E. Boeing Jr. to the Museum of Flight is "unprecedented," the... Don't companies come to AirVenture to show off their stuff? We're not sure Icon is one of them.

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  6. Bell's Jet Ranger Assembly Plant Opens In LouisianaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | AVweb

    After several years of work by the Recreational Aviation Foundation, an old turf runway has been restored and reopened on North Fox... A NASA T-38 flown by an astronaut was taxiing to the FBO when he turned into a private hangar's parking area. Ground control rerouted... A gift of $30 million from the Boeing Company and Mr. and Mrs. William E. Boeing Jr. to the Museum of Flight is "unprecedented," the... Don't companies come to AirVenture to show off their stuff? We're not sure Icon is one of them.

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  7. Menhaden pilot retires, lets NASA crash planeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | National Fisherman

    Bill Corbett spent decades flying his trusty Cessna 172 every workday out of Newport News and up and down the coast, searching out Atlantic menhaden for the commercial fishery. A professional fish-spotter before retiring last year, Corbett and his aircraft flew together through storms and turbulence.

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  8. Extreme power reduction in a Cessna 172Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Philip Greenspun's Weblog

    Nightmare for flight instructors: Nasa drop-tests a Cessna 172 from 100 feet: on YouTube .

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  9. Forget ELTs, Got Seatbelts?Read the original story

    Tuesday Aug 25 | AVweb

    After several years of work by the Recreational Aviation Foundation, an old turf runway has been restored and reopened on North Fox... A NASA T-38 flown by an astronaut was taxiing to the FBO when he turned into a private hangar's parking area. Ground control rerouted... A gift of $30 million from the Boeing Company and Mr. and Mrs. William E. Boeing Jr. to the Museum of Flight is "unprecedented," the... Don't companies come to AirVenture to show off their stuff? We're not sure Icon is one of them.

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  10. NASA to test location transmitters during simulated place crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | Space News From SpaceDaily.Com

    On Wednesday, NASA will crash a small plane into the ground in order to test its latest generation of emergency locator transmitters . The vintage airplane, a 1974 Cessna 172, will be outfitted with crash-test dummies and five ELTs.

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  11. NASA Just Crashed a Plane on PurposeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Technabob.com

    While most of us think of space exploration when we think of NASA, the organization actually has made thousands of contributions to the field of aeronautics over the years that go beyond launching rockets into space. Take, for example, the work that NASA is currently doing to help improve emergency locator transmitters which are used to help find airplanes in the event of a disaster.

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  12. NASA Crashes Plane to Test Emergency BeaconsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Space.com

    Scientists and engineers at the space agency's Langley Research Center in Virginia dropped a Cessna 172 from a height of 100 feet , in a crash test that was captured on video . The plane hit belly first, then flopped over onto its back in the dirt.

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  13. Credit: NASA - National Aeronautics and Space AdministrationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | WAVY-TV Portsmouth

    NASA crashed a small airplane on purpose Wednesday afternoon, to test emergency locator transmitters - at its Langley Research Center in Hampton. The airplane was equipped with locator transmitters, two crash test dummies, and data-collecting sensors.

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  14. Pilots Form Gas-Balloon ClubRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | AVweb

    After several years of work by the Recreational Aviation Foundation, an old turf runway has been restored and reopened on North Fox... A NASA T-38 flown by an astronaut was taxiing to the FBO when he turned into a private hangar's parking area. Ground control rerouted... A gift of $30 million from the Boeing Company and Mr. and Mrs. William E. Boeing Jr. to the Museum of Flight is "unprecedented," the... Don't companies come to AirVenture to show off their stuff? We're not sure Icon is one of them.

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  15. The Weekender: Runway Run, Island AirportRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | AVweb

    After several years of work by the Recreational Aviation Foundation, an old turf runway has been restored and reopened on North Fox... A NASA T-38 flown by an astronaut was taxiing to the FBO when he turned into a private hangar's parking area. Ground control rerouted... A gift of $30 million from the Boeing Company and Mr. and Mrs. William E. Boeing Jr. to the Museum of Flight is "unprecedented," the... Don't companies come to AirVenture to show off their stuff? We're not sure Icon is one of them.

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  16. Manufacturing Snapshot Of The Week: NASA Crashes Airplanes For ScienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Manufacturing.net

    The Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, has been making headlines ever since the fine folks at NASA realized that people enjoy watching crash tests. Like a lot.

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  17. NASA crashes a third airplane for science on live TVRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Engadget

    If you've ever wanted to see a "severe but survivable plane accident" , tune into NASA TV today between 1 and 2pm ET. The site will be broadcasting live coverage of a simulated crash conducted by the agency's Search and Rescue Mission Office.

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  18. Willits Airport Day: Rides and more on Sept. 13Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | The Willits News

    This year's Willits Airport Day & Heroes Fly-In will offer airplane rides flown by long-time professional pilot Dr. Karen Hernandez of Aviation Therapy. Dr. Hernandez holds an FAA Airline Transport Pilot certificate and a Flight Instructor endorsement with more than 7,500 hours flown.

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  19. .com | Winkelspruit crash pilot namedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | News24

    Durban The KwaZulu-Natal police are investigating a case of culpable homicide following the death of two people in the crash of a light aircraft on the South Coast on Tuesday. It was reported on Tuesday that a flight instructor and his student died when their four-seater Cessna 172 hit a power cable and crashed beside the N2 near Winkelspruit.

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  20. NASA to crash plane on purposeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Click Orlando

    NASA says it will drop a Cessna 172 from about 100 feet off the ground for a final crash test. The views expressed are not those of clickorlando.com, WKMG or its affiliated companies.

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