WWII Veterans, Nation Mark 80th Anniversary Of Pearl Harbor Attack

American Airlines flies 63 to Honolulu for the 80th anniversary of the event.
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Senate Confirms Captain ‘Sully’ as ICAO Ambassador

Chesley Sullenberger III's confirmation comes as the Biden Administration is expected to push for new global aviation emission standards.
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Female Aviation Grad Is First For Standing Rock Lakota Tribe

Standing Rock Lakota Tribe member Elspeth Thomas is a certified commercial pilot and working on her flight instructor certification.
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FAA, Army Investigating Low Flyover During NFL Game

Four combat helicopters flew low during pre-game military celebration in Nashville
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Air Force To Issue Pilots New In-Flight Relief Devices

The bladder relief devices are aimed at curbing pilots from dehydrating themselves before flights.
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NASA: Spacewalk Rescheduled for Thursday

Threat of debris delayed two-astronaut walk to fix an antenna on the International Space Station.
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NASA: Debris Threat Delays Spacewalk

Two astronauts were to conduct a spacewalk outside the International Space Station to replace a faulty antenna system.
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ISS Spacewalk Set for Tuesday

Two NASA astronauts are set to conduct a spacewalk outside the International Space Station to replace a faulty antenna system.
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Army Special Ops Ups Block II Chinook Order

The MH-47Gs will be built for the U.S. Army Special Operations Aviation Command as part of a $246.48 million contract, Boeing said.
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DOD To Expand Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Assessments

The new group is tasked with detecting and identifying incursions of unidentified aerial phenomena near DOD training ranges and installations.
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USAF Fighter Squadron In UK Set To Soon Receive F-35As

The aircraft deliveries will make the 495th Fighter Squadron the first USAF F-35As stationed in Europe.
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Exosonic, Twelve Partner For Supersonic Jet SAF

Under the MOU, Exosonic's UAVs and airliner would be fueled by sustainable aviation fuel produced through carbon transformation technology.
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Royal Thai Air Force Buys Fleet Of Beechcraft T-6 Trainers

The $162 million purchase of a dozen T-6 trainers is part of a modernization plan to develop the Thai defense industry.
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British MOD To Sell Off Sentinel R1 Airframes

UK military officials reverse previous plans to scrap the surveillance aircraft for parts.
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NTSB Proposes Commercial Space Accident Rulemaking

In the proposed rule, the NTSB seeks to identify commercial space as a unique mode of transportation.
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Winning Aviation Students Learn About GA Manufacturing

GAMA Aviation Design Challenge winners learned about Eviation’s developmental commuter aircraft, as well as composites, metal fabrication, and welding.
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Cellphone, iPad Lead Rescuers to Downed Cessna 150

A 58-year-old man and his 13-year-old daughter were rescued from frigid temperatures.
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F-35B Cross-Deck Ops Affirm Aircraft Interoperability

A recent exercise in the Arabian Sea demonstrates a strategic advantage for both the U.S. and U.K., military leadership said.
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Airflow, Pipistrel Partner For eSTOL Concept

Pipistrel to supply motors, batteries and motor controllers for Airflow’s proof-of-concept aircraft.
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Gevo Wraps Up Q3 With List Of Strategic Partnerships

Despite drops in cash on hand and revenue, and a $14.7 million loss in third quarter, the biofuel manufacturer reports that interest in ...
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