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2021-09-19T00:28:38+08:00 ·
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My wife and I enjoyed a fantastic flight on the CAF's "Diamond Li'l" with my friend and client Trent Heidtke and his wife Sue earlier this month in Colorado Springs. Many good times!
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2021-09-14T09:57:47+08:00 ·
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Announcing Squadron Signal Publications Original Illustration Art Auction at Hertitage (HA.com) of some of the covers from their aircraft and military books. The "In Action" series, which have sold over 13 million copies worldwide. The gouache paintings by Don Greer and Lou Drendel date back as far as the early 1970's. The auction is live now and can be reached by this link. The auction closes on October 4th, 2021. On the site you can do a search under "Squadron Signal", and find many more pa... Read More
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2021-08-26T20:40:12+08:00 ·
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The Second in my Richthofen series:
Manfred Von Richthofen, encountered Sgt. Herbert Bellerby and his squadron flying Martinsyde's G100's over Bapaume, France on September 23,1916. Richthofen fired over 300 rounds causing Sgt. Bellerby to make a hard landing, which overturned his plane. Bellerby died of wounds. He went down near Beugny and was buried in a grave that was lost during the turmoil of war. This was Richthofen's second aerial victory.
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2021-08-21T17:00:44+08:00 ·
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Here's where I started, drew a charcoal spitfire and donated it to a charity auction.
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https://youtu.be/NPuSBuoQ4kM

That's right kiddies.. It was real! I'm still utterly amazed by the stunt.
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2021-08-12T07:11:49+08:00 ·
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Lonely Flight to Destiny by Craig Kodera
9 August 1945: Three days after an atomic bomb had been used against the Japanese industrial city of Hiroshima, a second attack was made on Nagasaki.
This painting depicts B-29 Superfortress "Bock's Car" carrying the second atomic bomb, nicknamed "Fat Boy", on its way to bomb the Japanese port city of Nagasaki.
The two atomic bombings hastened the end of World War 2 in the Pacific as Japan surrendered unconditionally five days after that on 14 August 194...
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2021-08-08T13:55:21+08:00 ·
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Despite the repeated referrals to the United State Army Air Force by it's previous name Untied States Army Air Corps thereby causing mild confusion it's not bad
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"Dawn, The World Forever Changed" by William S. Phillips
On this day, August 6, 76 years ago, the world entered the atomic age when the Enola Gay, a Boeing B-29 Superfortress, dropped the world's first atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima.
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Welcome to eHangar, Kevin!
I'm looking forward to seeing you share your RC flying videos here :D