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June 15, 1785: First aviation fatality. The victims were Jean-Francois de Rozier and Pierre Romaine, who were trying to fly across the English Channel from France to England. The wind suddenly changed and blew them back to France. Then the balloon suddenly deflated and they crashed. De Rozier's family got a pension. His fiance committed suicide. And the type of balloon they used, using a combination of hydrogen and heated gas in separate compartments, is still called a Rozier.

June 15, 1785: First aviation fatality. The victims were Jean-Francois de Rozier and Pierre Romaine, who were trying to fly across the English Channel from France to England. The wind suddenly changed and blew them back to France. Then the balloon suddenly deflated and they crashed. De Rozier's family got a pension. His fiance committed suicide. And the type of balloon they used, using a combination of hydrogen and heated gas in separate compartments, is still called a Rozier.

flygcforum.com ✈ FLY THE WING ✈ I can take you from zero-hours to Private Pilot in 14-days ✈ My Mom or Dad would drive me to Kalamazoo Aviation when I was 16, so I could learn to fly in a 1970 Mooney Cadet M-10. If you’re committed to getting your Private or Instrument rating in the least amount of time, I’m able to offer one-on-one intensive training (8:30am – 5pm) every day to make it happen.

flygcforum.com ✈ FLY THE WING ✈ 0-hours to Private Pilot in 14-days ✈

flygcforum.com ✈ FLY THE WING ✈ I can take you from zero-hours to Private Pilot in 14-days ✈ My Mom or Dad would drive me to Kalamazoo Aviation when I was 16, so I could learn to fly in a 1970 Mooney Cadet M-10. If you’re committed to getting your Private or Instrument rating in the least amount of time, I’m able to offer one-on-one intensive training (8:30am – 5pm) every day to make it happen.

My Mom or Dad would drive me to Kalamazoo Aviation when I was 16, so I could learn to fly in a 1970 Mooney Cadet M-10. If you’re committed to getting your Private or Instrument rating in the least amount of time, I’m able to offer one-on-one intensive training (8:30am – 5pm) every day to make it happen. You won’t have time to take phone calls or solve the world’s problems, but if you can commit to 14-days of training, I can take you from zero-hours to Private Pilot, or from a Private to an…

My Mom or Dad would drive me to Kalamazoo Aviation when I was 16, so I could learn to fly in a 1970 Mooney Cadet M-10. If you’re committed to getting your Private or Instrument rating in the least amount of time, I’m able to offer one-on-one intensive training (8:30am – 5pm) every day to make it happen. You won’t have time to take phone calls or solve the world’s problems, but if you can commit to 14-days of training, I can take you from zero-hours to Private Pilot, or from a Private to an…

Lockheed Martin is developing a hypersonic spy plane, called the SR-72, that will be able to fly at Mach 6, or six times the speed of sound.

Lockheed Martin is developing a hypersonic spy plane, called the SR-72, that will be able to fly at Mach 6, or six times the speed of sound.

Hanna Reitsch, born 29 March 1912, was a German aviator and the only woman ever awarded the Iron Cross First Class and the Luftwaffe Combined Pilots-Observation Badge in Gold with Diamonds during the Second World War. During the reign of the Nazi regime Reitsch willingly appeared in Nazi Party propaganda throughout the late 1930s and early 1940s, which made her a celebrity.  In the final days of the war she was in the Führerbunker after flying the newly made head of the Luftwaffe, Rober…

Hanna Reitsch, born 29 March 1912, was a German aviator and the only woman ever awarded the Iron Cross First Class and the Luftwaffe Combined Pilots-Observation Badge in Gold with Diamonds during the Second World War. During the reign of the Nazi regime Reitsch willingly appeared in Nazi Party propaganda throughout the late 1930s and early 1940s, which made her a celebrity. In the final days of the war she was in the Führerbunker after flying the newly made head of the Luftwaffe, Rober…

The F-35 is banned from flying in bad weather because it could EXPLODE  F-35 Joint Strike Fighter not allowed to fly within 25 miles of thunderstorms  Engineers found its fuel tank could explode if hit by lightning  Britain committed to buying 48 of the aircraft, while U.S. is buying 2,500

New £150million combat jet is banned from flying in bad weather because it could EXPLODE

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E175 art with American Airlines colors. During the year of 2013, including this request of American Airlines, Embraer has received firm orders and options for more than 700 E-Jets to airlines of the United States, both for current generation as to the E-Jets E2.

E175 art with American Airlines colors. During the year of 2013, including this request of American Airlines, Embraer has received firm orders and options for more than 700 E-Jets to airlines of the United States, both for current generation as to the E-Jets E2.

"And truthfully, from my own perspective, if the guy doesn't want to fly with me because I am a woman, I don't want to fly with him either. But I know that’s gone today,” she says.

Female Pilot Reflects On War And Evolving Army

"And truthfully, from my own perspective, if the guy doesn't want to fly with me because I am a woman, I don't want to fly with him either. But I know that’s gone today,” she says.

Many young pilots accounted themselves dead men, though the premonitions failed to diminish their commitment. Before No 249 Squadron RAF was ordered to fly to RAF North Weald on 1 September 1940, F/O Richard GA Barclay overheard a fellow airman saying while packing for the move, "I suppose some of us here will never return to Boscombe." The 20-year-old pilot took a slightly more optimistic view, writing in his diary, "I think everyone is quite sure he will survive for at least seven days."

Many young pilots accounted themselves dead men, though the premonitions failed to diminish their commitment. Before No 249 Squadron RAF was ordered to fly to RAF North Weald on 1 September 1940, F/O Richard GA Barclay overheard a fellow airman saying while packing for the move, "I suppose some of us here will never return to Boscombe." The 20-year-old pilot took a slightly more optimistic view, writing in his diary, "I think everyone is quite sure he will survive for at least seven days."

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