This F-4E is 1966 vintage though the first Phantom was developed through the fifties into many series. I’m the all weathered superhot Irish December 1955 vintage human here. I got to sit in this F-4 which grants one … Continue reading
Maybe they should send this over to do a job on Hollywood The F104 Starfighter On 7 May 1958 U.S. Air Force Major Howard C. Johnson, flying YF-104A 55-2957, broke the world altitude record by flying to 91,243 feet (27,811 m) … Continue reading
A few klics short of 1400 kilometres south of DC to…….. Cape Canaveral, Fla. Saturn 1 older brother of Saturn 5 Saturn 1’s first stage gathering of 8 H-1 old engines or “Cluster’s … Continue reading
In a Lockheed Lodestar. More aviation nostalgia anyone? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6VfkKjlhXs&list=PL2D6562743A82A86F Archie evidently survived the war years to join the Corporation. This generation of our parents were much more resilient and resourceful. That was then this is now…. with 10 minutes in the day … Continue reading
Corporate Jolly brings YOU off your Trolly Why did they get rid of trams in Dublin, and 50 years later re-introduce it, and then with as much ‘join up’ as in the thinking. Besides being ‘Oirish’ that is? I ‘ll … Continue reading
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3tvBRs8_qU There are many great museums along the Mall of Washington DC. The Air and Space Museum is one to glide through slowly. The Udvar Hazy Museum is a companion facility. It’s a short drive over the State … Continue reading