Bob Willett has written An Airline at War: The Story of Pan Am's China National Aviation Corporation and Its Men.
Club Fournier International America: "Jerry and I started this site to share pictures, info and to help unite RF owners in the US and worldwide. If you have some pictures to share please send them."
Brian Bryans' Web Page for Readers
Flying School and Pilot Training in South Africa. 43 Air School offers 60 years of experience in pilot training at our flying school in Port Alfred, South Africa.
Clark Cook's Airshowpix.net is loaded with photo galleries of airshows in northern California.
Clark Cook has also created the S-2 Tracker Museum, a site devoted to the Grumman S-2 Tracker.
Aviation Art of Robert Mascher: Since 1997 I have been (as only Hungarian) an Artist Member of the American Society of Aviation Artists and an Overseas Friend of the Guild of Aviation Artists. Many of my works are painted in the form of commissions. So it is not a problem for me to picture others imagination. I can paint you the desired type or scene in the size you would like it. It's easier to commission a painting than you might think.
Astroplane: Strategy game for the New Millenium
Classic Aircraft UK is an image archive of older aircraft types spotted in the UK over the last few years. Some photographs were taken at airshows, whereas others have been taken at UK airports or former RAF airbases from World War 2.
Model Aces: Creating professionally built scale model airplane replicas. Specializing in WWII military aircraft -
1/32 and 1/48 scale -
our museum quality models have outstanding detail. Commissioned airplanes consider very
specific construction that meets the requirements of my customers and include scale, specific markings, pilot, year, etc. Ken's Aviation
Photography web site features hundreds of aircraft photos he
has taken over the years. You'll also find information
about these aircraft, the airshows, museums and airports he has
visited, the companies that build these aircraft and airlines
that fly them.
Model Aces: Creating professionally built scale model airplane replicas. Specializing in WWII military aircraft - 1/32 and 1/48 scale - our museum quality models have outstanding detail. Commissioned airplanes consider very specific construction that meets the requirements of my customers and include scale, specific markings, pilot, year, etc.
Ken's Aviation Photography web site features hundreds of aircraft photos he has taken over the years. You'll also find information about these aircraft, the airshows, museums and airports he has visited, the companies that build these aircraft and airlines that fly them.
Jeff Keller sells framed prints of photographs he has taken at the Kennedy Space Center.
Adam Lewis' Plane Fun web site features models he built to represent the specific airplanes flown by people that he is acquainted with.
The Berlin Airlift Historical Foundation is dedicated to preserving the memory and legacy of the greatest humanitarian/aviation event in history, The Berlin Airlift.
Robert Coram has written a biography of John Boyd, titled BOYD: The Fighter Pilot Who Changed the Art of War. John Boyd served as an instructor at the Fighter Weapons School at Nellis Air Force Base in the 1950s. He had a standing bet that any pilot could put his fighter behind Boyd's airplane, and Boyd would be behind the other pilot in less than 40 seconds or pay him $40. No pilot ever won that bet. Read my review of the book to see whether you want to buy it from Amazon.com.
Ian Duncan displays his aviation photography on the Avian web site.
WINGS OVER EVEREST - A new Westland Wallace open-cockpit aircraft is under construction to repeat an epic journey to the Himalayas.
The Greenham Common web site looks at the life and times of the base, the people who served there, the history and political situations, and the aircraft and defences of Greenham.
The Warplane site in the United Kingdom has photos of military aircraft at airshows and flying at low altitude in the UK countryside. It provides tips for airplane spotters at many popular locations.
The Canadian Aviation Historical Society is the oldest and largest organization dedicated to the celebration and documentation of Canada's flying heritage.
With over 500 members across North America and the U.K., 10 monthly meetings featuring intriguing speakers and an informative monthly newsletter, the Toronto Chapter is the cornerstone of the CAHS.
The Clyde North Aeronautical Preservation Group was assembled to preserve and promote all aspects of aviation down under.
Mike's K. I. Sawyer Air Force Base web site.
Marine Corp Fighter Ace Colonel Bruce Porter has written a book about his experiences in World War II titled, "Ace!" A Marine Night Fighter Pilot in World War II. He is selling it from his web site.
Hans Engel hosts the General Aviation Website
Sander Wittenaar maintains a site that lists Airworthy Warbirds and Vintage Aircraft. His site contains pictures of many surviving vintage airplanes.
features a huge collection of Peter Steehouwer's photographs.
Johnny Armstrong is the Deputy Director of the Access to Space Office at Edwards AFB. He has many years of experience working with X-planes.
For all who love flying, aviation history and good books, Flying with Walter Boyne is the place to land.
Zone-5: Over the years our Photographer, David Gamez, has provided us with an ever growing collection of aviation images. So far we have over 300 aviation images. Here you will find a small, but still growing, section of Aviation sounds. In our Airshow section you will find Airshow programs and schedules of shows all over North America. Most of the images found here were taken at shows in the Southern California area.
Bob Schmitt flew backseat in McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom IIs in the Vietnam War.
Brief biographies and stories of high scoring American fighter pilots of World War Two.
Tracy, the daughter of a former 43rd Bomb Group member, has a web site dedicated to the 5th AAF's 43rd Bombardment Group (H), "Ken's Men" (historical 'ancestors' of the 43rd Airlift Wing).
Guido Van Roy likes to to make aircraft photographs and to produce aircraft profile drawings which he displays at the .
Lonny's Southern California Airshow Page has a list of airshow dates.
Brian Elliot's main interests are in the field of aviation and, in particular, Russian military aviation. His pages show various aircraft which were built in the Former Soviet Union, the Commonwealth of Independent States, the Peoples Republic of China, countries within the former Communist bloc, as well as including other aircraft associated with the 'red star'.
is run by Jim Sterling in Anchorage Alaska.
, a web site "shrine", of sorts, for military transports, tankers, and gunships.
Carrie Rasberry hosts the best X-2 picture collection on the net.
Chris Killian keeps information about Aircraft Wrecks on his site.
is the home of the Skyhook 5 parachute recovery system for airplanes.
Paul's US Military & AMARC Home Page has pictures of the Pima Air Museum and list of every airplane stored in the AMARC at Davis-Monthan AFB near Tucson Arizona.
A lot of people in the world are attracted to aviation. Therefore aircraft spotting is a world-wide spread hobby. Visit Michel Vandaele in Belgium.
The Larry Westin Family Home Page features the Stinson 108 Voyager and Flying Station Wagon. They originate from Saugus, California, U.S.A., in the Santa Clarita Valley, about 40 miles north of Los Angeles.
Russian Weapon Catalog Here you'll find photos and specifications of russian weapons as aircrafts, helicopters, ships, submarines and tanks. Also: weapons sellers and AntiNATO position held by the Russian Parliament. Soon: Firearms, Missiles, and Special Forces weapons.
Joe Baugher has written a remarkably comprehensive set of aircraft type histories which are available at the Encyclopedia of US Military Aircraft
Leland R. Haynes has devoted his site to the SR-71 Blackbird. He explains, "I served for five years in the 9th Strategic Reconiassance Squadron (SAC) at Beale Air Force Base in Marysville, California. My job was to maintain, inspect, launch and recover the SR-71 Blackbird. From the moment I found out I was to be assigned to the secret Blackbird, to the day I left the organization, it was a love affair to last a lifetime."
Steve "Thumper" Levin has an illustrated history of the XB-70A at Flight of the Valkyrie.
Chris Reed is the creator of
Jim Ross has a page of photographs that he has taken while employed as a staff photographer at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center.
Hsinho Wu has created the YF-23 Archive .
Jorge Gazzola authors the Helicopter History Site which covers the historical evolution of helicopters.
Allen Matheson has a page of pictures he shot at the 1996 Wings Over Houston Airshow.
Mach1 is the world's leading publisher of quality aviation products.
, Follow this link to the web site of Dean Boys, a retired Air Force radar tech who flew on this EC-121T Constellation. The picture was taken at the Santa Barbara Airport in October 1995.
Louis is French and his site features model planes and pictures of the airshow at Le Bourget. His site is in French.
Smilin Jack's Airport Page has a thorough selection of aviation related links.
Paul Nann lives in England and has an interest in Russian aviation.
Send a message to Brian.
Go to home page of the Goleta Air and Space Museum.