Aviation News Journal
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On January 24, Lockheed Martin announced the successful first flight of the F-16 Block 70 at its Greenville, South Carolina site.
Much has been said, although perhaps not enough, about the significance of the recently launched James Webb Space Telescope. What is so special about this telescope, and what will it reveal?
Designed to be the world’s fastest business jet, with the longest range and most spacious cabin, the G700 is setting records.
In 1947, Britain needed a long-range jet bomber which would be capable of delivering nuclear weapons. The British defence industry responded and Bomber Command ended up with three highly capable nuclear bombers.
“A ‘perfect’ event may be unattainable, but AirVenture 2018 came about as close as one could imagine. The combination of outstanding programs, aircraft variety, a robust economy, and good weather combined to complement the efforts of our staff and 5,000 volunteers throughout the grounds. The week was upbeat, exciting, and filled with many ‘Only at Oshkosh’ moments.” - EAA Chairman Jack Pelton