“I guess all we can hope for now is once the investigation is complete, we can determine the cause and prevent accidents such as this happening again.”
It was a hell of a year for Vietnam-era jet aircraft at the EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Not only did the USAF’s QF-4 perform at sunset, but one of the amazing demonstrations included an A-4, MiG-17 and the world’s only flyable F-100 Super Sabre ripping the skies apart in front of thousands of awestruck…
Watch Skip Stewart of Skip Stewart Airshows do an extreme knife edge pass within an arms length from a Lamborghini Gallardo in his trademark highly modified 1979 Pitts S-2S Prometheus muscle biplane.
You don't know about Bob Hoover? Shame on you! No other aviator in the history of powered flight has done more or inspired so many. With the help of Harrison Ford, Bob tells his own story and shares, with his trademark charm, the hard earned wisdom of a life spent pushing the edge of the envelope.
As a team effort, the Blue Angels can't be beat in terms formation precision. Maybe I gravitate to things that are new and shiny like a fish chasing a flashy lure I've been hooked. The F/A-18s are sure looking long in the tooth compared to the dynamic flight demo displayed by the F-22 Raptor.
Eddie Andreini, 77, died on Sunday afternoon as the result of a crash of his Stearman biplane during a performance at the "Thunder Over Solano" air show at Travis Air Force Base in California. But was a poor response ultimately to blame for his death?
Capt. Brian Bews, the pilot who survived ejection mere feet from the ground at an air show last month in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, has finally caught the attention of NBC's Today Show. Here's Capt. Bews' story.