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William (Bill) Patalon III is the Executive Editor and Senior Research Analyst for Money Morning. Before he moved into the investment-research business in December 2005, Bill spent 22 years as a journalist, most of it covering financial news as a reporter, columnist, and editor that included stints with Gannett Co. Bill has covered finance and investing, economics, manufacturing, the defense secto

r, biotechnology, and telecommunications. The companies he's covered include Eastman Kodak, Xerox, Harley-Davidson, Caterpillar, Westinghouse Electric, Verizon, MedImmune, and Black & Decker. His most-memorable interviews include: former President Richard M. Nixon, General Electric CEO John F. "Jack" Welch, Forbes magazine publisher and former Presidential candidate Steve Forbes, and business-turnaround specialist and helicopter-industry pioneer Stanley Hiller Jr. Today Bill is the creator and editor of Private Briefing. With his latest project, he takes you "behind the scenes" of his established investment news website for a closer look at the action. Members get all the expert analysis and exclusive scoops he can't publish... and some of the most valuable picks that turn up in Bill's closed-door sessions with editors and experts.

05/05/2024

Well played, Citroen

Those Northrop Flying Wings …
05/05/2024

Those Northrop Flying Wings …

After the discontinuation of the B-49 project, the Air Force proceeded to fund the transformation of the tenth YB-35 (42-102376) into a test platform for an unarmed, long-range photographic reconnaissance variant. This conversion was designated as the YRB-49A, and in company terms, it was known as Model NS-41.

The aircraft was equipped with four 5000 lb.s.t. Allison J35-A-19 engines, two per side, integrated into the wings. Additionally, two more J35 engines were mounted in pods beneath the wing's leading edge. https://planehistoria.com/northrop-yb-35-xb-35/

05/05/2024

Holy Smokes … looks like Daniel Suárez’s win at Atlanta Motor Speedway …

Phil …
05/03/2024

Phil …

Have you ever wanted to name a groundhog or two? The Groundhog Club in Punxsutawney is giving you the chance.

New Golden Age of Aviation …
05/03/2024

New Golden Age of Aviation …

DID YOU KNOW? 🤔

This colossal plane has a wingspan greater than the length of a football field! 💯

The Stratolaunch aircraft, or Roc, with its wingspan of 385 feet (117 meters), holds the record for the LARGEST WINGSPAN of any aircraft ever built. 🤯

It is a massive aircraft developed by Stratolaunch Systems and originally designed to carry rockets to high altitudes for satellite launches.

Fall Guy …
05/03/2024

Fall Guy …

05/02/2024

Dizzying Heights and Daring Deeds: A Story of Painters on the Woolworth Building. Check below in first cmt 👇👇

05/02/2024

The Silbervogel (later known as the Antipodal bomber) was a rocket-powered bomber created as a concept in the late 1930s by scientists Eugen Sänger and Irene Bredt.
The idea was based on Sänger’s extensive research into rocket engines and aerospace technology while he was a doctoral student in Vienna. He teamed up with Bredt, an expert in ram-jet engines, to begin work on creating a long-range rocket-powered bomber.
https://planehistoria.com/silbervogel-the-antipodal-bomber/

Also check out my stock research here …
05/02/2024

Also check out my stock research here …

William (Bill) Patalon III is the chief stock picker of Stock Picker’s Corner (SPC). Before he moved into the investment research business in December 2005, he spent 22 years as a reporter, most of it covering financial news as a reporter, columnist, and editor.   His most memorable inter...

Wow …
05/02/2024

Wow …

Manta Ray prototype completes full-scale, in-water testing off the coast of SoCal. DARPA program exhibits modular, first-of-kind capability for an extra-large uncrewed underwater vehicle. Built by Northrop Grumman Corporation. www.darpa.mil/news-events/2024-05-01

The “Next Blockbuster” Biotech Stock …
05/02/2024

The “Next Blockbuster” Biotech Stock …

On the hunt for the "Next Blockbuster" ...

05/01/2024

Wayne Morris … WWII ace

05/01/2024

The US capitol building in Washington DC under construction, 1861.

05/01/2024
The Lone Eagle …
05/01/2024

The Lone Eagle …

On this day in 1928, Spirit of St. Louis made its final flight to D.C. where Charles Lindbergh presented the aircraft to the Smithsonian. When it was later transported to the U.S. National Museum (now the Arts and Industries Building), its wings were separated from the fuselage.

Five years have passed since Joey last got to meet Daniel Suárez. We saw him at Dover last weekend. And we saw Daniel is...
05/01/2024

Five years have passed since Joey last got to meet Daniel Suárez. We saw him at Dover last weekend. And we saw Daniel is STILL the same great person he’s always been.

Thanks, Daniel. And congrats on the citizenship test success, Amigo. You’re a credit to NASCAR.

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Who remembers Paul Shannon?
04/30/2024

Who remembers Paul Shannon?

THE ACTUAL ‘MAGIC SWORD’ FROM PAUL SHANNON’S ADVENTURE TIME (THANKS TO MR. SHANNON’S FAMILY FOR SHARING)

This is it—the Holy Grail to Pittsburgh baby boomers—the “Magic Sword” used by the great Paul Shannon on his iconic Adventure Time show to introduce cartoons, the Three Stooges, and the Little Rascals (“Down goes the curtain—and back up again for the Three Stooges!”). Few pop culture artifacts would be remembered as fondly by Pittsburghers of a certain age. Thanks very much to Mr. Shannon’s family for sharing this with us.

04/30/2024

A vestige of alpine warfare, an Italian cannon still stands on Cresta Croce, a 3,000-meter-high Adamello ridge, WWI.

04/30/2024

The Atlas installation is complete and the Missile Gallery is open!!!

I wrote about CORONA back during my reporting days when I was covering Eastman Kodak and the program was declassified.
04/30/2024

I wrote about CORONA back during my reporting days when I was covering Eastman Kodak and the program was declassified.

Artifact of the Week: CORONA Parachute Bag

Pictured here is a parachute bag from CORONA, the United States' first successful photoreconnaissance satellite program.

Development of CORONA began in the mid-1950s as an alternative to U-2 aircraft reconnaissance flights. The first successful CORONA satellite, launched in August 1960, produced more imagery of the Soviet Union than all previous U-2 missions over that area combined.

The CORONA program continued until 1972 and revolutionized the collection of intelligence data.

Although our museum is not open to the public, we regularly share new artifacts to give you a virtual peek inside.

Learn more. https://www.cia.gov/legacy/museum/artifact/corona-parachute-bag/

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