Welcome to This Date in Aviation History, getting of you caught up on milestones, important historical events and people in aviation from June 12 through June 14.
Happy Friday. Now, hold my beer....
Not sure how I can compete with that in my Civic.
Regular, unleaded, or avgas?
That the TSA doesn’t mind if you bring a syringe on an airplane.
Welcome to This Date in Aviation History, getting of you caught up on milestones, important historical events and people in aviation from June 8 through June 11.
Your definition of “carrier” may vary.
But you know it when you see it.
About 20 years ago, when I was working at the computer lab in the music school, I helped a friend with her dissertation. I did formatting, created musical examples, all of it. Fast forward 20 years, and she wants to turn her document into a book. Amazingly, I had kept all of the work I did for her 20 years ago.
Monday? Yup, Monday.
I was scheduled to play an outdoor concert with the symphony tonight. The weather has other ideas.
Welcome to This Date in Aviation History, getting of you caught up on milestones, important historical events and people in aviation from June 5 through June 7.
Talk about down in the weeds......
I’m fairly certain this man is speaking English, but I can’t be entirely sure. This is actually a fairly accurate portrayal of me teaching my son how to drive.
Let’s gas up and get this Friday started.
Theodore Roosevelt Jr., eldest son of President Theodore Roosevelt and First Lady Edith Roosevelt, was the only general on D-Day to land by sea with the first wave of troops. At 56, he was the oldest man in the invasion, and the only one whose son also landed that day; Captain Quentin Roosevelt II was among the first…
The day before Allied troops stormed ashore in Normandy 75 years ago, General Dwight Eisenhower, Supreme Commander of Allied Forces and overall commander of Operation Overlord, issued the following order of the day to the soldiers that were about to hurl themselves against the barbed wire and machine guns of Festung…