Guy Aceto is back with his “Modeling Minute”! This week he takes on the P-47D.
Aviation History's Guy Aceto shares a minute on model airplanes. What's he building today? Check it out!
A look at the Grumman Goose at the American Heritage Museum
Aviation History magazine editor, Tom Huntington, found something unique in a used bookstore recently…
At the American Heritage Museum: 3 airplanes from 2 world wars
Aircraft at the American Heritage Museum
Biplanes galore at Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome
Fokker D.VIII replica: Enjoy the sound of a rotary engine.
Let's speed through NASM's new Nation of Speed gallery.
A replica 1912 Etrich Taube at Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome
One of the National Air and Space Museum's new galleries (opening October 14) is called One World Connected. So that's the story about the Beechcraft Bonanza hanging above the entrance? Aviation History magazine editor Tom Huntington talked to someone who knows the story.
Wright Military Flyer
Aviation History editor Tom Huntington was lucky enough to get a sneak preview of the galleries the National Air and Space Museum will open later this week (October 14). Here he visits the Early Flight gallery and talks to the museum's Christopher Moore about the world's first military aircraft.
The Wright Flyer
During a recent sneak peek at the new galleries at the National Air and Space Museum, editor Tom Huntington talked to the museum's Peter Jacob about one of the most important airplanes in history. Maybe the most important airplane.
While visiting the National Air and Space Museum yesterday, I came across this iconic aircraft.
America by Air at the National Air and Space Museum
This is half of all the world's flyable B-29s!
F-35, P-51 and A-1
Watch an F-35 fly in formation with a P-51 Mustang and an A-1 Skyraider.
Here's another "fast motion" look at some airplanes at the EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh. These are Howard airplanes, representatives of aviation's "Golden Age."
At the EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh. Let's learn a little bit about the Westland Lysander
What's more difficult to fly, a B-17 or a twin-engine Beech C45 (the military version of the Beech 18)? You might be surprised.
What do the judges at Oshkosh look for in vintage aircraft? Doug Smith tells us as he prepares to examine a Beech Staggering.
Members of the Douglas family showed up for the airshow at Oshkosh yesterday.
Doc flies by. At the EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh.
Wow! (Turn up the volume!)
The EAA Museum in Oshkosh has a Spirit of St.Louis in display. No, not THE Spirit, which the Smithsonian has. But this replica is pretty cool in its own right.
How about a walk-around of the B-29 Doc?
A fast-motion look at Boeing Plaza at the Oshkosh show. Some big stuff here!
When is a Mustang not a Mustang? When it's a Cavalier.
From Oshkosh. The story of the C-47 Yukon Sourdough.