Tag Archives: aerodynamics

Understanding the Wing

Wings are very cool things. Many pilots like wings; they fly wings and most know the working speeds of wings (if only by rote). The question is, though, exactly how does a wing work? Keep in mind that designing an … Continue reading

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First Flight

If you are a pilot, or if you are not but have a serious interest in history, you owe it to yourself to visit First Flight on the outer banks in North Carolina.  This is the place where the Wright … Continue reading

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More Treasures of The Garage

First it was the Dzus key, then the old high school yearbooks. Then we hit the mother lode.  We found some very important old photos for which I had been searching for a long time.  I shot these photos as … Continue reading

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