MUSEUM HONORS 390TH BOMB GROUP

Posted on February 22nd, 2008 by

I would like to call your attention to our museum located in Tucson, Arizona, the 390th Memorial Museum. Continue Reading →

GLOBAL WARMING’S HIDDEN AGENDA

Posted on February 22nd, 2008 by

To Thomas F. Norton: Right on. Beautiful editorial (“Aviation and the green hysteria,” Jan. 25 issue). As you must know, but do not state, this green stuff is the vehicle a powerful clique is using to get control of the... Continue Reading →

GAN’S McFARLAND IS GA’S BEST AMBASSADOR

Posted on February 22nd, 2008 by

Regarding Deb McFarland: Very good choice, guys. She sees the magic in flying, where so many have put it away as no more than a means of travel. Continue Reading →

THE WOES OF A LOWLY PIPER CHEROKEE DRIVER

Posted on February 22nd, 2008 by

I, too, have flown into Winder, Georgia, with the main goal centered on feasting at the Spitfire Grill at the Jackson County Airport (Short Final: Diary of a mad Luscombe pilot, Jan. 25 issue). Continue Reading →

I’VE FOUND A WINNER

Posted on February 22nd, 2008 by

To Deb McFarland: Regarding your column, Short Final, that ran in the Jan. 25 issue (Diary of a mad Luscombe pilot). This is the second article of yours I have read. With the first it was “WHAT? and grin.” The... Continue Reading →

LIFE IS GOOD

Posted on February 22nd, 2008 by

To Deb McFarland: Great stuff (Diary of a mad Luscombe pilot). You’re right: Age and waistline are immaterial when your mind’s in the sky. Life is good. You got a purty airplane, too. Continue Reading →

WE CAN’T EXPECT THE FAA TO BE OUR KEEPERS

Posted on February 8th, 2008 by

This letter is a response to your article “Is a computer required equipment to fly?” in the Jan. 11 issue, and Lieutenant Colonel Burdon L. Davidson USAF (ret.), and his inability to locate pertinent information in keeping his aircraft in... Continue Reading →

WHAT’S NEEDED TO BUILD AN AFFORDABLE AIRPLANE

Posted on February 8th, 2008 by

Let me say right up front that I thank and applaud Cessna for its decision to bring the SkyCatcher to market. Continue Reading →

How many wonderful stories are lost?

Posted on January 25th, 2008 by

In your Dec. 7, 2007, issue, in the article about David Tallichet (“David Tallichet, restaurant pioneer and airplane collector, dies at 84″), I found one lonely sentence that really caught my attention. “He found another fleet of Martin B-26s in... Continue Reading →

CROSSFIELD’S DAUGHTER EXPRESSES GRATITUTDE

Posted on January 11th, 2008 by

To Tom Norton: I am Sally, Scott’s daughter, child number five of six. Now that I am done crying, may I say how very grateful I am to you for writing that article (“NTSB: Lack of weather update killed Crossfield;... Continue Reading →