Peter Inglis in an RAAF F-111 at Amberley Air Force base, 1995.
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25th August, 2000

Flying Nightmares

Niko Airaksinen Niko Airaksinen set me straight on my report on the MAC version .. .. .. apparently it WAS pretty good! - Flying Nightmares

Calculating the Odds

Flight Sims on Calculators

Graphics don't come any simpler than this!

Chino describes playing astronaut on a Texas Instruments calculator ! Calculator sims

The Great State of Maine Air Show 1997

The Great State of Maine Air Show 1997 was held on July 19th and 20th at Brunswick Naval Air Station, Brunswick, Maine, USA. It was a great day for an air show, with blue skies and plenty of warm sunshine. Chino was there and filed this report. The Great State of Maine Air Show 1997 was held on July 19th and 20th at Brunswick Naval Air Station, Brunswick, Maine, USA. It was a great day for an air show, with blue skies and plenty of warm sunshine. Chino was there and filed this report. The Great State of Maine Air Show 1997 was held on July 19th and 20th at Brunswick Naval Air Station, Brunswick, Maine, USA. It was a great day for an air show, with blue skies and plenty of warm sunshine. Chino was there and filed this report. The Great State of Maine Air Show 1997 was held on July 19th and 20th at Brunswick Naval Air Station, Brunswick, Maine, USA. It was a great day for an air show, with blue skies and plenty of warm sunshine. Chino was there and filed this report. The Great State of Maine Air Show 1997 was held on July 19th and 20th at Brunswick Naval Air Station, Brunswick, Maine, USA. It was a great day for an air show, with blue skies and plenty of warm sunshine. Chino was there and filed this report.

The Great State of Maine Air Show 1997 was held on July 19 & 20 at Brunswick Naval Air Station, Brunswick, Maine. It was a great day for an air show, with blue skies and plenty of warm sunshine... and what's more the Blue Angels were in town! - Great State of Maine Air Show: 1997

Flight of Passage

They decided to fix up the family Cub, and then fly it from their home in New Jersey all the way to Los Angeles, California. This was quite a challenge given that the Cub could not fly very fast or high, had no radio, lights, or heat, and could hold virtually no luggage in its tiny two-place cockpit!

Flight of Passage by Rinker Buck

Women in Aviation

Daughter of the Air.

" Having experienced this attack first-hand, Cornelia was anxious to serve her country. There were no opportunities for women as military pilots, but programs were soon established to enlist women in auxiliary roles, mainly ferrying aircraft between factories and military bases, freeing more male pilots for combat duties. "

Daughter of the Air by Rob Simbeck