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The Battle of the Beautiful Biplanes

BY: Norm Goyer When I look at an airplane I see far more than a flying machine. For example, I firmly believe that aviation owes some of its success to the alluring beauty of our early biplanes between the air … Continue reading

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Harrison Ford Crashes PT-22 Vintage Aircraft

A small plane piloted by Harrison Ford has crash-landed at an L.A. golf course … but we’re told the actor has survived. TMZ has learned … Ford was piloting what appears to be a vintage 2-seater fighter plane Thursday … … Continue reading

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Mother Cessna 172 and her Chicklets

By Norm Goyer There is a good reason why the Cessna 172 Skyhawk is named year after year as one of the best aircraft ever designed. It is! I believe that a huge percentage of pilots around the world have … Continue reading

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Let it Snow, Let it Snow

  By:       Norm Goyer Truthfully, I do miss certain aspects of life in New England. When asked this question, I always answer that I miss our family camping excursions to Horton’s Camp Ground in North Truro. I miss our yearly … Continue reading

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Aeronca’s Early Birds, Model LC and Scout, Model K

By Norm Goyer When I was a about 11 or 12 years old I built dime and quarter models from Megow. Two of them were particular good rubber band powered flyers. The Aeronca Collegiate and Aeronca Model K Scout flew … Continue reading

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