Duel at 5,000 feet: "Black" day for the"Red Baron"

During the last two years of the First World War from about late 1916 to the armistice in November 1918, the war in the air intensified in scale and ferocity. By then, some of the aircraft from the next generation had more powerful engines than t...
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When dreams took wings: The final flight of Amelia Earhart

On 2 July 1937, Amelia Earhart and her navigator, Fred Noonan, took off from Lae, Papua New Guinea for Howland Island, some 2,556 statute miles away in the Pacific Ocean.  They were on the last legs of their attempt to make a world flight. T...
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