On Wednesday, June 16, 2010, an era ended in the Danish Air Force, when the rescue helicopter Sikorsky S-61A Sea King was retired after a last watch in Roskilde. Continue reading
The museum is located on the coast of Fort Pierce, where the Navy Seals were initially established, though not as we know them today. Continue reading
The museum honours pilot and astronaut Neil Alden Armstrong and all other Ohioans (people from Ohio) who have defied gravity. In fact, more than 20 astronauts originate from Ohio, including John Glenn. Continue reading
In October / November 2012, I visited the southern United States. I visited a number of aircraft museums as well as a single airshow. The Airshow was “Jacksonville Beach Sea & Sky Spectacular” on October 20-21. Continue reading
B-52 Memorial Park is dedicated to men and women from 360 Bomb Wing and residents of the Orlando area to honor the close association between the members of The USAF Strategic Air Bomb Command and the area from 1957 to 1974. Continue reading
The museum is located at Charleston Harbor at Patriots Point. The museum’s main attraction is the aircraft carrier USS YORKTOWN (CV-10). USS Yorktown (CV-10) was the tenth aircraft carrier in the US Navy. Under construction as “Bon Homme Richard”, the aircraft carrier was renamed in honor of Yorktown (CV-5) who sank at “The battle of Midway” (June 1942). Continue reading
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