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Sun, Dec 08,2013 09:07:01PM EST
Safety Or Retribution? The Supreme Court Will Decide The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on December 9, 2013 in the case Wisconsin Airlines Corporation v Hoeper. The case will have great significance to the flying public because it will determine what limits are placed on airline personnel when reporting “suspicious” activities to TSA or other law enforcement agencies.
Sun, Dec 08,2013 05:25:57PM EST
I Thought This Should Be Seen... And Said Thought/Opinions/Commentary by Jim Campbell, ANN CEO/Editor-In-Chief Nearly two months ago, ANN covered the fact that the Department of Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office (DPMO) announced that the remains of a U.S. serviceman, from World War II, had been identified and were being returned to his family for burial with full military honors. It was one more way that the best of America shows that those who made the ultimate sacrifice are not and will not be forgotten by those of us who understand that freedom is NOT free. Army Air Force 1st Lt. Robert G. Fenstermacher, 23, of Scranton, Pa., was buried on Oct. 18, in Arlington National Cemetery. On Dec. 26, 1944, Fenstermacher was a pilot of a P-47D Thunderbolt that was on an armed-reconnaissance mission against targets in Germany, when his aircraft crashed, near Petergensfeld, Belgium.
Sun, Dec 08,2013 02:09:24PM EST
"The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on December 9, 2013 in the case Wisconsin Airlines Corporation v Hoeper. The case will have great significance to the flying public because it will determine what limits are placed on airline personnel when reporting 'suspicious'activities to TSA or other law enforcement agencies."Source: From the opening of a Bruce Brandon article about a pivotal U.S. Supreme Court case that will be heard this week...
Sat, Dec 07,2013 06:49:07PM EST
Will Install Ku-Satellite Technology For International Service The FAA has granted an STC to inflight wireless company Gogo for the installation of its Ku-satellite technology on Boeing 747-400 aircraft. The company says the STC is a key milestone in launching its international connectivity service.
Sat, Dec 07,2013 06:47:07PM EST
"(The) successful launch of the NROL-39 mission is a testament to the tremendous government-industry partnership. We greatly appreciate the teamwork with the NRO Office of Space Launch and our many mission partners. We are honored to be entrusted to launch these one-of-a-kind national assets to orbit to protect our national security and to support the many brave men and women serving around the world."Source: Jim Sponnick, ULA vice president, Atlas and Delta Programs, following the United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket liftoff, carrying a payload for the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) from Space Launch Complex-3 at Vandenberg AFB in California on Dec. 5 at 2314 PST.
Sat, Dec 07,2013 06:25:29PM EST
Also: Mohr Retires-Quietly, iFly on iOS, Record Female Skydive, China Goes To The Moon, SAFE Resources EAA Counsel Alan Farkas has filed a 48 page Petition for Review of FAA Action and Other Relief with United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit in support of EAA's attempt to overturn last spring's surprise FAA decision to bill the organization for the annual AirVenture Fly-In. The Farkas brief, again, seems very well-constructed and takes the FAA to task on several key points. Shell has reportedly become the first major oil company to develop a lead-free replacement for aviation leaded gasoline, and will now begin a strict regulatory approvals process. The Screamin’ Sasquatch presented by John Klatt Airshows was unveiled Monday night at the International Council of Air Shows in Las Vegas. The airplane, a Taperwing Waco made famous by barnstormers of the 1920s and 30s, adds the modern twist of a jet engine bolted to its belly. All this... and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!
Sat, Dec 07,2013 06:23:56PM EST
No Connection To Loss Of P-51D Mustang, Director Says The Lone Star Flight Museum still plans to move from Galveston to Houston in Texas, but construction of the museum's new home has been delayed by about a year, according to museum officials.
Sat, Dec 07,2013 06:22:44PM EST
Space Agency And The Commonwealth Center For Advanced Manufacturing (CCAM) In Richmond, VA Have Joined Forces To Advance Technology And Innovation NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, VA and The Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing (CCAM) announced a partnership Tuesday, making the space agency the first government member of the applied research center.
Sat, Dec 07,2013 06:22:22PM EST
Vermont State Police Created Special Training Scenario At Army Facility As a result of ongoing conversations with law enforcement personnel, the Unmanned Systems & Security Product (USPD) Division of ARA recently had the opportunity to demonstrate the Nighthawk IV Micro Unmanned Air System (UAS) to the Vermont State Police search-and-rescue and accident reconstruction teams and an Army Civil Support Team (CST).
Sat, Dec 07,2013 06:17:10PM EST
Message: Aerospace Means Business Through Commercial And Exploration Programs Representatives from Florida’s aerospace industry will visit Tallahassee on March 12, 2014, to participate in Florida Space Day and share with legislators the opportunities the industry brings to Florida and the nation’s space program. “Aerospace means business and that translates into high tech, high paying jobs for Florida,” said Patty Stratton, chair of Florida Space Day 2014.
Sat, Dec 07,2013 06:16:51PM EST
Will Get Checked Out In Type At Boultbee Flying Academy When you've got the money ... why not? Hollywood heartthrob Brad Pitt has reportedly dropped $3.3 million on an original Spitfire after landing his role in the WWII movie 'Fury'which is currently being filmed.
Sat, Dec 07,2013 06:16:34PM EST
November 17 Accident Resulted In 50 Fatalities The pilot of a Russian airliner that went down near Kazan last month may have held an invalid pilot certificate, Russian authorities say. The accident resulted in the fatal injury of all 44 passengers and six crew on board the airplane.
Sat, Dec 07,2013 06:16:21PM EST
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Sat, Dec 07,2013 06:16:01PM EST
Ceremony Attended By German Minister Of Defense The German Air Force has taken delivery of the 400th Eurofighter Typhoon aircraft during special ceremony at Cassidian’s Military Air Systems Center in Manching, Southern Germany.
Sat, Dec 07,2013 06:15:45PM EST
Five Planets Studied Orbit Nearby Stars Using the powerful eye of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, two teams of scientists have found faint signatures of water in the atmospheres of five distant planets. The presence of atmospheric water was reported previously on a few exoplanets orbiting stars beyond our solar system, but this is the first study to conclusively measure and compare the profiles and intensities of these signatures on multiple worlds.
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