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Retired Air Force officer says he has the answer to Pearl Harbor mystery

Aviation eBrief | Dec 07, 2016

An Interstate Cadet training airplane flown by instructor Cornelia Fort and her student was the first to be attacked by the Japanese during Pearl Harbor; Fort landed the airplane but for years no one knew what had happened to it. Retired Air Force Lt. Col. Greg Anders believes he owns Fort's airplane. The Bellingham Herald (Wash.) (12/07)


Dutch company opens flying car school in Utah

Aviation eBrief | Dec 05, 2016

How often do you file a flight plan?

Aviation eBrief | Dec 05, 2016

German gyroplane earns FAA certification, deliveries to start this week

Aviation eBrief | Dec 06, 2016

Aviation enthusiast built and flies his own Spitfire

Aviation eBrief | Dec 06, 2016

Italy's Tecnam unveils P2002 Sierra with luxury upgrades

Aviation eBrief | Dec 05, 2016

Last remaining Sikorsky JRS-1 amphibian could be restored by Smithsonian

Aviation eBrief | Dec 07, 2016

Dornier Seastar on track for first flight

Aviation eBrief | Dec 08, 2016

British pilot builds Spitfire in his garage

Aviation eBrief | Dec 07, 2016

North American aircraft to debut at Middle East air show

Aviation eBrief | Dec 06, 2016


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