Tag Archives: the Army Air Corps

Roar of a Tiger

Things you learn from researching a book. You get an idea, you act on it, and you learn so much. I decided to write about one of my favorite airplanes, the P-51 Mustang. Dropping the term “MOH P-51” into Google, … Continue reading

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The Anniversary of Military Aviation

Monday was the anniversary of our Declaration of Independence and today is the 99th anniversary of rated Army pilots. This day in 1912, Lieutenants Thomas D. Milling and Henry H. Arnold became the first and second United States military aviators … Continue reading

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The Blue Angels First Performance

On this day in 1946 at NAS Jacksonville, LCDR Butch Voris pushed the throttle forward on his blue and gold Grumman F-6 Hellcat to start his takeoff roll.  The other pilots on his team, in their individual Hellcats, also pushed … Continue reading

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