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Classic Aviation Literature

http://www.gruner.com/flight/appendix/aviators/literature.htm

Extracts from literature on aviation from the nineteen-thirties and forties.

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Classic Fighters

http://www.classicfighters.com/

A Belgium based aircraft preservation group which tries to keep aviation heritage alive, they restore and operate several historic aircraft.

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Classic Jet Aircraft Company web-site

http://www.classicjets.co.uk/

10 out of 10 stars (1 vote)

The Classic Jet Aircraft Company, operators of a fleet of ex-military Hawker Hunters on the UK and European Airshow circuit, now have their own web-site.

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Classic Rotors

http://www.rotors.org/

An organization for Rare & Vintage Helicopters.

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Connies Place

http://home-4.tiscali.nl/~t696805/conniesplace.htm

A portal with many interesting links to sites related on the famous Lockheed (Super) Constellation.

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Countdown to Kitty Hawk

http://www.countdowntokittyhawk.com/

EAA's "Countdown to Kitty Hawk" series of celebrations will mark the 100th anniversary of the Wright brothers? achievement. The centerpiece of this celebration will be the flight of a new 2003 Wright Flyer - the only accurate flying reproduction of the original - at Kill Devil Hills, N.C. on Dec. 17, 2003, 100 years to the date of that remarkable first flight.

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Delaware Valley Historical Aircraft Association

http://www.dvhaa.org/

10 out of 10 stars (1 vote)

The DVHAA is a not-for-profit, volunteer organization dedicated to the preservation and display of the aviation history of the Delaware valley.

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Derek's Chuck Yeager pages

http://members.tripod.co.uk/derekhorne/yeager.html

6 out of 10 stars (2 votes)

Airforce legend Chuck Yeager was the first pilot to break the sound barrier.

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DH88 Comet

http://www.pjcomputing.flyer.co.uk/comet/

Tribute site to the DH88 de Havilland Comet racing aeroplane, and to the aircraft and pilots of the 1934 MacRobertson Trophy England-Australia air race.

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Don Luscombe Aviation History Foundation

http://www.luscombe.org/

A not-for-profit organization formed to collect, preserve, display, and exchange engineering and historical data through a permanent historical foundation.

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Dutch Historic Aviation Sites

http://www.koolhoven.com/-sites/dhas/

A portal for all historic aviation sites from The Netherlands. (Many of these sites are in English.)

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Early Birds of Aviation

http://www.rcooper.0catch.com

Biographies of the 598 Original Early Birds plus 260+ Other Early Flyers.

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Ebony Wings

http://www.ebonywings.com/

A unique and one of a kind site dedicated to the lost pages of aviation history. Information on the Red Tail Angels (markings, victory list, combat stories, tech. info). Information on the legendary P-51 Mustang used by the Tuskegee Airmen.

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Ernst Udet

http://www.fd.cvut.cz/Studenti/Xhandl/

7 out of 10 stars (242 votes)

Dedicated to Ernst Udet, German ace.

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Evergreen Aviation Educational Center

http://www.sprucegoose.org

10 out of 10 stars (1 vote)

aviation museum in McMinnville Oregon, current home of the HK-1 "Spruce Goose," Howard Hughes mammoth seaplane.

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Every Man A Tiger: The Story of a USAF Recce Squadron in the Korean War

http://www.cottonpickers.org/

7 out of 10 stars (3 votes)

This webpage examines and records the history of the pilots and planes of the 8th/15th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron (Photo Jet) during the Korean War 1950-1953.

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FlightDeck

http://exn.ca/flightdeck/

7 out of 10 stars (1 vote)

An Archive of Canadian Aviation, featuring aircraft like the Avro CF-105 Arrow, CL-84 Dynavert, Lancaster, de Havilland Twin Otter and Mosquito as well as profiles on great aviators like Dee Brasseur and John McCurdy. Presented by The Discovery Channel Canada and the Canadian National Aviation Museum.

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