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Clandestine operations in one of the most controversial wars in history set the stage for one of the strangest and unique air battles ever fought.
Roger Bushell was not an ace, but his actions had a tremendously disruptive impact on wartime Germany. His name may not be known to many, but he was the mastermind behind one of the most famous events of World War II.
Before the first flight of the Wright brothers, Tsiolkovsky published an article titled, ‘Exploration of outer space by means of rocket devices.’ He later became known as one of the fathers of rocketry.
Canada’s Aviation Hall of Fame was formed to keep Canada’s aviation heroes, leaders, and innovators in the hearts and minds of Canadians.
Neil J Armstrong, BASc, was born in Alvinston, Ontario on April 15, 1920.
The remarkable story of the "luckiest man alive."
On the evening of March 29, 1943. During World War II, a young crew of seven boarded their Short Stirling bomber, with serial BK716, for their third mission. The target was Berlin, a feared destination, because of the heavy anti-air defence. That night, BK716 disappeared. For decades, nobody knew what happened to the aircraft and her crew, until last year.
Edwin Alliott Verdon Roe was responsible for designing the first aircraft with an enclosed cabin and patented the control column. During World War I, thousands of AVRO 504 biplanes served in combat and as training aircraft.
Many inventors, including the Wright brothers, applied the principles discovered in Horatio Philips' experiments.