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Pancho Barnes – Aviatrix & Behaviorist . HOME /AVIATION HISTORY PEOPLE / Pancho Barnes – Aviatrix & Behaviorist Pancho Barnes – Aviatrix & Behaviorist December 30 , 2014 By : Carly Courtney Category : AVIATION HISTORY PEOPLE, EARLY AVIATION Comment : 0 Pancho Barnes: The Most Unladylike Aviatrix in History “Flying makes me feel like a sex.

Female Combat Pilots of WWII
Female Combat Pilots of WWII

Much of the following is a compilation of the history of some amazing women from WWII.   My immediate supervisor, Cheryl, who often fills numerous rolls, within the Walker Bunch, such as “Mom,” “Wife,” “Grammie,” etc., researched much of what you will read herein.  She wrote a paper for English.

Adcock & Brown’s Historic Flight in 1919
Adcock & Brown’s Historic Flight in 1919

At quarter past midnight . . Alcock stood up in the cockpit, reached forward with his hand to DIG his fingers into Brown’s shoulder . . personal excitement . . somehow arching . . through powerful fingers. Dug ’em in . .HARD ! . .As he pointed . . UP ! There’s VEGA AND . ..

Col. O.C. “Ole” Griffith
Col. O.C. “Ole” Griffith

Ole Griffith, born in Pittsburg, spent his early years in and around Pennsylvania, his military years all over the world, and his last three and a half decades based in Phoenix, Arizona. Fascinated by and engaged in aviation throughout his life, Griffith has been privileged to meet many of his.

Cactus Fly In 2009 (Part 1) by Alan Ripa
Cactus Fly In (Part 2) by Alan Ripa
EMILEY DARLING’S “STEARMAN STORIES”

Fellow Stearman pilot,Terry Emig, is the uncle of an amazing young woman, Emiley Darling.  Emiley put together a documentary for her Arizona State University project.  It shows how a group of intrepid, mostly ancient, aviators honor America’s veterans especially those who gave their all for our freedom.   Emiley’s video features Commander.

9-11-2001 My Perspective..
9-11-2001 My Perspective..

The following can be found in Walker Bunch – Part Three as well: It is not yet 5 AM and I am wide awake thinking about the late-great Rueben Ace Avakian, captain extraordinare. I didn’t have the privilege of sharing Ace’s flight deck at Frontier. I always wanted to, but.

Jay Prochnow’s Harrowing Flight

Imagine flying for more than 14 hours non-stop over the Pacific Ocean. You see nothing but the blue of the ocean around you. You try to contact your landing airport… Nothing. Then you realize you are lost in the middle of nowhere… and you’re on a Cessna airplane. Your only.

Building an Airplane in 1918 (VIDEO)
Building an Airplane in 1918 (VIDEO)