Posts Tagged ‘North American B-25 Mitchell’
 

 
U.S. Navy's ZMC-2 metal skinned airship.

Orville Wright is Born: August 19 in Aviation History

Happy birthday to Orville Wright! Also, first flight of the B-25 Mitchell, Russian space dogs Belka and Strelka orbit the earth, and more...
by NYCAviation Staff

 
 
Austrian Airlines restarted international flights with this Airbus A310, OE-LAA New York, from Vienna to JFK in 1989. (Photo by Joe Pries)

March 26th in Aviation History: Austrian Airlines Resumes International Flights After Two Decade Hiatus

Happy Birthday to the late Swissair! Austrian Airlines resumes international service, an Arrow Air DC-10 drops some engine parts, Comair pilots launch an 89-day strike, and more...
by NYCAviation Staff

 
 
A North American PBJ-1H Mitchell bomber of U.S. Marine Corps bomber squadron VMB-613 with its bomb bay doors open. (Photo by US Marine Corps)

US Recovers Remains of 7 Marines Missing Since World War II Plane Crash

The remains of seven US Marines who went missing when their aircraft crashed in Vanuatu in 1944 have been returned to their families.
by BNO News
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Over a dozen North American B-25 Mitchell bombers gathered in Ohio this month. (Photo by Bryan Heim/NYCAviation)

Doolittle Reunion: Massive Gathering of B-25 Bombers Takes Off in Ohio

The first day of the Doolittle Raiders reunion was dampened by record rainfall, but day two featured 20 amazing old aircraft soaring in front of 10,000 excited enthusiasts.
by Bryan Heim
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Historic Flight Foundation HQ

Historic Flight Foundation Provides a Unique Glimpse Into Aviation’s Golden Age

Since its public debut in May, John Sessions and his Historic Flight Foundation have been out to change the way people experience vintage aircraft, from bombers to airliners to biplanes. And it's working.
by Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren
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