The history and specifications of the Aero Spacelines Guppy conversions are well covered on Daren Savage's "All About Guppys" page.
B-52 tail gunners should make a point of visiting Gunner's Web Site.
Check out some stories that convey the feel of being a crew member on a B-52 in a way that only someone who has been there can. Phil Rowe was a D-model crewman and he has assembled some of his personal stories on his web site. He has also flown on B-58 Hustlers and RF-4C Phantoms.
The Federation of American Scientists has a page of Mystery Aircraft which describes a number of black projects.
The F-106 Delta Dart is featured at Pat's World.
FlyingClippers.com aims to recreate the days of Pan American Airways and their Fabulous Flying Ships and aviations Golden Age 1934-1946. Here you will learn about the 28 planes that changed the way we travel and think about the world. Includes information on the China Clipper and Boeing B-314 and a shop for related items.
Arthur Wiggins keeps track of surviving Ford Tri-Motors.
Clark Cook has created a site devoted to the Grumman S-2 Tracker. The Tracker was utilized in both the Korean and Vietnam conflicts. The C-1 Trader, a variant of the Tracker was utilized as a transport and carrier on delivery (COD) aircraft.
Jorge Gazzola authors the Helicopter History Site which covers the historical evolution of helicopters.
David Allison hosts the Online Blackbird Museum, dedicated to all things Blackbird.
McDonnell F3H Demon Drivers web site
Michel Klaver in the Netherlands has a site devoted to the Phantom II.
Send a message to Brian.
Go to home page of the Goleta Air and Space Museum.
Edited July 5, 1998.