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- Major Albert Bond Lambert (Lambert Field was named after him) donated an airplane for their use.
- Albert Bond Lambert (December 6, 1875 - November 12, 1946) was a prominent St. Louis aviator and benefactor of aviation.
- Bert was living at 46 West 17th Street in New York City when he left for Spain.
- Bert was married in 1918 but he divorced his first wife in 1920.
- Bernt Balchen was awarded the Harmon Trophy for his arctic achievements.
- Bernt Balchen was first and foremost a Polar aviator.
- Bernt Balchen was a true American hero who is unknown to most of the American public.
- Bernt Balchen was born in Tveit, not far from Kristiansand, on October 23, 1899, and died in the United States in 1973.
- Steve Fossett is a businessman and pilot who set several aviation records during his lifetime.
- Steve Fossett is an American aviator, sailor and adventurer.
- Steve Fossett is an aviator best known for his solo circumnavigations.
- Steve Fossett is a millionaire who has dedicated his life to setting new aviation records.
- Steve Fossett is a 1968 graduate of the Olin School of Business, a distinguished businessman, and well known adventurer.
- Louise Thaden was the first woman to hold the altitude record, endurance record, and speed record at the same time.
- Louise Thaden was one of America's most captivating aeronautical record-setters during the late 1920's and 1930's.
- Louise Thaden was a natural pilot who was hired by Walter Beech to work for Travel Air as a sales person and demonstration pilot in Oakland, California.
- Louise Thaden was another woman who made significant showings in the trophy races.
- Louise Thaden was a natural pilot who was hired by Walter Beech to work for Travel Air as a sales person and demonstration pilot in Oakland , California .
- Aviation is one of my other interests, so naturally, I’m gravitating toward Robert Montgomery’s piloting experience.
- Aviation was ready by this point to advance rapidly after the war in large part due to the development of jets but there were still problems to overcome.
- Aviator is also a 1983 computer game by Geoff Crammond .
- An aviator is something else.
- An aviator is a person who flies aircraft for pleasure or as a profession.
- Aviator is the preferred term used for Navy pilots, while USAF and other military aircrew use the term "pilot".
- THE AVIATOR is a simple tale of fiction with some amazing insights into myself as a flyer.
- Ace is also used to refer to non-aviators who have distinguished themselves by sinking ships, destroying tanks, etc.
- An Ace is a military aviator credited with shooting down five or more enemy aircraft during aerial combat.
- The price of this rare and outstanding 1938 example of an Ace Whitman kit is $210.00.
- Acosta was hanging around a bar and nobody knew what time it was.
- Acosta was married in 1918 but he divorced his first wife in 1920.
- Adamowicz brothers were possibly the first amateur pilots in the world to make a transatlantic flight.
- The Adamowicz brothers were possibly the first amateur pilots in the world to make a transatlantic flight.
- The following is a statement from NASA Administrator Michael Griffin on the tragic death of famed test pilot Albert Scott Crossfield.
- Albert Scott Crossfield?s military career spanned from flight and gunnery instructor to test pilot and record-breaking flyer.
- Albert Scott Crossfield held the title of "fastest man alive" in an age when such feats could still capture the attention of the world.
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- Albert Scott Crossfield (October 2, 1921 - April 19, 2006), normally referred to as Scott Crossfield, was an American naval officer, aviator and test pilot.
- Alan Shepard was always a shrewd businessman, and was the only astronaut to become a millionaire while still in the program.
- AOPA President Boyer will brief Alaska aviators on this success story.
- On Thursday, the FAA told Alaska aviators it was not only reinstating, but expanding, the ADS-B system in the state, Maguire said.
- On weather, the number-one topic among Alaska aviators: Some 70 percent of respondents believed there were too few weather reporting stations in the state.
- Alberto Santos-Dumont was a Brazilian aviation pioneer, deemed the Father of Aviation by his countrymen.
- Alberto Santos-Dumont was a wealthy Brazilian aviation pioneer who came to Paris, France, at the age of 18 to live and study.
- Alberto Santos-Dumont was another classic aviator honored by his home.
- Alberto Santos-Dumont was an important early pioneer of aviation [i].
- KLM, headed by Dr. Albert Plesman, was an affiliate of DLH, the German Deutsche Luft Hansa, which controlled most of the European continental routes.
- Dr. Albert Plesman ( 7 September 1889 --- 31 December 1953) was a Dutch pioneer in aviation and co-founder of KLM.
- Alcock and Brown were treated as heroes on the completion of their flight.
- Alcock and Brown - The first non-stop flight across the Atlantic in a heavier-than-air aircraft.
- Alcock and Brown were knighted by King George V and awarded the Northcliffe prize by the Secretary of State for War and Air, Winston Churchill.
- Alcock and Brown were the first to fly the Atlantic non-stop in June, 1919.
- Alcock and Brown - The first nonstop flight across the Atlantic in a heavier-than-air aircraft.
- Amelia Earhart is a fascinating figure.
- Amelia Earhart is a hero someone can look up to because as you already know, she was the first woman pilot of an airplane in all of history.
- Amelia Earhart is a very good book.
- Amelia Earhart is the most celebrated aviatrix in history and was one of the most famous women of her time.
- Amelia Earhart was a famous aviator.
- Albert Boyd was a pioneering test pilot for the United States Air Force.
- AMY JOHNSON was an unremarkable woman who led a remarkable life.
- Amy Johnson - the complete aviator.
- Amy Johnson is a big fan of games, despite some reservations.
- Amy Johnson is a news reporter and anchor for Boston's NBC affiliate, WHDH. Her husband, George Huggins, is a Marine Captain currently serving in Iraq.
- Amy Johnson is a phenomenal writer and graphics designer.
- The article was published in Popular Mechanics magazine that year.
- The article was written before the legal process was complete, and it cited the decision and commentary of one judge in one aspect of the case.
- Edward V. Rickenbacker, who would go on to be the leading American ace of World War I, records his first solo victory, downing a German Pfalz.
- His next aerial victory would come on January 2, 1967, making him the only American ace to record victories in nonconsecutive wars.
- The American aviators were recruited in New York by agents of the two warring factions in Spain.
- Aviators are people who fly aircraft either for pleasure or for a job.
- Aviators is a work from exact blueprints, the majority of our replicas are sculptured by our master craftsmen, from select specially treated mahogany wood.
- The Aviators is a high flying pop-rock band with strong vocals and excellent musicianship.
- Aviators are sunglasses with an oversized teardrop-shaped lens and thin metal frames.
- Aviators are trained on the pressure demand breathing method in an altitude chamber.
- May 12, 2000 -- Hayden Christensen, a 19-year-old Canadian actor, has been selected as the new Anakin Skywalker for Episodes II and.
- Darth Vader (41 BBY - 4 ABY), born Anakin Skywalker, is a fictional tragic hero in the Star Wars films, and ultimately the central character of the series.
- Aviator sunglasses are a type of sunglasses that were developed by Ray-Ban in 1937.
- Aviator sunglasses are a style of sunglasses that were developed by Ray-Ban in 1937.
- Aviator sunglasses are characterized by their oval shaped lenses that narrow towards the bridge of the nose.
- Aviator sunglasses were designed in 1936 for military use.
- Angelina Jolie is an American film actress, former fashion model and Goodwill Ambassador for the UN Refugee Agency.
- Anne Morrow Lindbergh was the first woman to earn a glider pilot's license.
- The award was established in 1926 by Clifford B. Harmon, a wealthy balloonist and aviator.
- The award was established on April 16, 1934.
- The award was made in recognition of Hughes' recent flight around the world.
- Award: The Purple Heart is awarded for combat action only, to any member of the Armed Forces killed or wounded in an armed conflict.
- Award: The award is a ribbon award with accompanying citation.
- Anthony Fokker was building a trimotor for Commander Bryd and a Bellanca monoplane was being built to carry two by the Columbia Aircraft Company.
- Anthony Fokker was building a trimotor for Commander Bryd and a Bellanca monoplane was being constructed to carry two by the Columbia Aircraft Company.
- Apollo Soucek was a United States Navy Naval Aviator, who became a test pilot in the 1920s.
- The balloon was powered by a wood fire, and was not steerable: that is, it flew wherever the wind took it.
- The balloon was powered by a wood fire, and was uncontrolled, that is, it flew wherever the wind took it.
- John Alcock and Arthur Whitten Brown were inspired to make the first non-stop transatlantic flight.
- Captain John Alcock and Lieutenant Arthur Whitten Brown, in a modified Vimy IV, made the first non-stop aerial crossing of the Atlantic.
- John Alcock and Arthur Whitten Brown were two British fliers and the first people to fly an aircraft non-stop across the Atlantic ocean.
- Robur remained impassible, and continued: "There is no progress for your aerostats, my citizen balloonists; progress is for flying machines.
- His grandfather Auguste Piccard, and father Jacques Piccard were noted balloonists and inventors.
- The occupation of aviator appeared on the 1910 census as aeronauts, classified as showmen, a group that also included athletes and balloonists.
- Top Gun was dedicated to the memory of Art Scholl.
- Renowned aerobatic pilot Art Scholl, 53, was hired to do in-flight camera work for the film.
- Another Art Scholl signature was his dog, "Aileron", who occasionally flew in the Super Chipmunk's cockpit with Scholl in his air show performances.
- Beate Uhse was the youngest of three children of the farmer Otto K-stlin and the doctor Magarete K-stlin (one of the first five female doctors in Germany).
- By 1915, pioneer aviator Art Smith was as celebrated as any movie star might be today.
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- In 1936 Eddie with Bert Acosta and three other pilots, enlisted in the Yankee Escadrille of the Loyalist Air Corps in Spain.
- There are about ten Americans flying in Spain, all of them for the Loyalists, the only two New Yorkers are Bert Acosta, and Eddie Schneider.
- Also aboard were Bert Acosta and Bernt Balchen as relief pilots and Lieutenant George O. Noville as flight engineer & wireless radio operator.
- Boyington was a flamboyant commander, a darling of war reporters, and was called Pappy because he was a decade older than most of his pilots.
- Boyington was a tough, hard-living character who was known for being unorthodox.
- Boyington was an absentee father to three children by his first wife.
- Boyington was found alive when his camp was liberated on August 28, 1945.
- Boyington was known as Greg Hallenbeck while attending the University of Washington.
- In September, she was assigned, along with other women (including Katya Budanova), to the 437th IAP, fighting over Stalingrad.
- Lilya Litvyak and Ekaterina Budanova both flew with the 586th.
- With 12 victories, she is one of the world's only two female fighter aces, along with Katya Budanova.
- Well we have all heard of Barrington Irving by now and what he has accomplished by being the first black man to fly around the world.
- Barrington Irving, the other co-chair of Friday's event, said he was impressed with Fossett, whom he met once.
- Barrington Irving built the plane himself with donated parts and money with a cost of $400,000.
- Byrd was a superior organizer and expedition fund-raiser and should receive credit for this.
- Byrd was also invaluable in the long campaign of Naval aviators to establish a Bureau of Aeronautics.
- Byrd was interested in the flight, albeit for simply scientific purposes.
- Byrd was one of several aviators who attempted to win the Orteig Prize in 1927 for making the first nonstop flight between the United States and France.
- Twenty-seven issues later, Detective Comics would introduce Batman.
- Updated 195 days 8 hours Reginald Denny in his final acting role as Commodore Schmidlapp in Batman: The Movie.
- Charles Lindbergh is a recipient of the Medal of Honor.
- Charles Lindbergh was motivated to make his historic flight by a prize that helped open the future of aviation, said Erik Lindbergh in a press statement.
- Charles Lindbergh was not a daredevil and did not make the flight solely to pocket the $25,000 prize money.
- Charles Lindbergh was only 25 years old when he made his historic non-stop flight across the Atlantic Ocean.
- Charles Lindbergh was selected as Time Magazine 's " Man of the Year " in 1927, the first holder of that title.
- Special reconnaissance is the reconnaissance sub-activity of clandestinely collecting data and information by people and with technology behind enemy lines.
- Observation and pursuit planes supported ground forces, while the other two-thirds of the aerial force bombed and strafed behind enemy lines.
- The papers of Benjamin Delahauf Foulois, military officer and pioneer aviator, were deeded to the Library of Congress in 1951 by Foulois.
- The papers of Benjamin Delahauf Foulois were arranged and described in 1968.
- The status of copyright in the unpublished writings of Benjamin Delahauf Foulois is governed by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, U.S.C.).
- Ben Abruzzo was an American hot air balloonist and businessman.
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* Beryl Markham
* Bessie Coleman
* Billy Fiske
* Billy Mitchell
* Billy Robinson
* Bill Booth
* Bill Lancaster
* Black Eagle
* Blanche Noyes
* Blanche Stuart Scott
* Bob Hoover
* Brian Binnie
* Brian Donlevy
* British Aviators
* Bruce Peterson
* Bud Anderson
* Bud Day
* Burt Rutan
* Buzz Aldrin
* Carl Ben Eielson
* Charles Furnas
* Charles Kingsford Smith
* Charles Rolls
* Charles Ulm
* Charles Voisin
* Chuck Yeager
* Claire Lee Chennault
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* Dick Rutan
* Donald Lopez
* Douglas Campbell
* Douglas Corrigan
* Doug Shane
* Earle Ovington
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* Eddie Rickenbacker
* Eduardo Bradley
* Eduardo Newbery
* Ed Musick
* Elly Beinhorn
* Erik Lindbergh
* Ernst Udet
* Eugene Cernan
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* Female Aviators
* Ferdinand Von Zeppelin
* Florence Klingensmith
* Floyd Bennett
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* Frank Maxwell Andrews
* Frank Tallman
* Frederick Libby
* Fred Haise
* Fred Hargesheimer
* Fred Noonan
* Gabriel Voisin
* Gail Halvorsen
* Georges Guynemer
* George Cayley
* George Welch
* Glenn Curtiss
* Gordon Cooper
* Gustav Hamel
* Hanna Reitsch
* Hans Dons
* Han Solo
* Harold Geiger
* Harriet Quimby
* Harrison Ford
* Harry Hawker
* Harry Houdini
* Harry Richman
* Helene Dutrieu
* Henri Fabre
* Henry Farman
* Horace Meek Hickam
* Howard Hughes
* Hubert Julian
* Hugo Eckener
* Hussein Hanoun Al-Saadi
* Hussein of Jordan
* Ilan Ramon
* Italo Balbo
* Jack Ridley
* Jacqueline Cochran
* Jake Swirbul
* Jamail Larkins
* James Hartness
* James Stewart
* James Stockdale
* Jeana Yeager
* Jeannette Piccard
* Jean Batten
* Jean Mermoz
* Jean Piccard
* Jerrie Cobb
* Jerrie Mock
* Jimmy Doolittle
* Jim Lovell
* Jim Mollison
* John Alcock
* John Glenn
* John Mccain
* John Rodgers
* John Young
* Jorge Newbery
* Joseph Kittinger
* Julius Hatry
* Karl Jatho
* Katherine Stinson
* Katya Budanova
* Kiffin Rockwell
* Laszlo Almasy
* Laura Ingalls
* Laurence Olivier
* Leroy Grumman
* Lincoln Ellsworth
* Louis Bleriot
* Louis Paulhan
* Luftwaffe Pilots
* Lydia Litvyak
* Marina Raskova
* Maurice Farman
* Maxie Anderson
* Michael Collins
* Mike Melvill
* Nancy Hopkins
* Naval Aviators
* Neil Armstrong
* Neta Snook
* Night Witches
* Noel Wien
* Ormer Locklear
* Oscar Westover
* Otto Lilienthal
* Pancho Barnes
* Paul Maccready
* Paul Mantz
* Percy Pilcher
* Peter Cope
* Peter Jennings
* Pete Conrad
* Polish Aviators
* Raoul Lufbery
* Reginald Denny
* Richard Bach
* Richard Branson
* Richard Evelyn Byrd
* Richard Pearse
* Robert Kronfeld
* Roland Garros
* Roscoe Turner
* Russian Aviators
* Samuel Cody
* Samuel Franklin Cody
* Samuel Pierpont Langley
* Sam Johnson
* Scott Carpenter
* Sigizmund Levanevsky
* Silvio Pettirossi
* Stasys Girenas
* Steponas Darius
* Susan Oliver
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* Thomas Dewitt Milling
* Tom Campbell Black
* Umberto Nobile
* Viktor Afanasyev
* Wiley Post
* Wilmer Stultz
* Winifred Spooner
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