A Boeing-McDonnell-Douglas Delta-II launched the Jason and TIMED satellites from Vandenberg AFB at 7:07 A.M. P.S.T. on December 7, 2001.
In November 2001, I spent a few days camping in the Mojave Desert where military jets fly at low altitude.
The Digital Globe Quickbird II satellite was launched on a Delta-II-7320-10 at 11:51 PDT on the morning of October 18, 2001.
Chino Planes of Fame Air Museum, October 6, 2001 warbird special event. Airplanes flown included several Mustangs, two Corsairs, a pair of Thunderbolts, two Mitchells, two Hellcats, a Bearcat, two Warhawks, a Zero, a Northrop flying wing, a Super Hornet and the rest.
More pictures from the Chino Planes of Fame Air Museum, October 6, 2001 warbird special event.
The Camarillo Experimental Aircraft Association Fly-in on August 25, 2001 featured so many different kinds of airplanes, that I had to make three pages to hold them all:
Transports, airliners and general aviation aircraft at the fly-in.
Training aircraft at the fly-in.
Combat aircraft at the fly-in.
A Minuteman-II was launched from Vandenberg AFB at 7:40 P.M. PDT on Saturday, July 14, 2001.
The NB-52B launched the X-38 Crew Return Vehicle on its seventh mission on Tuesday, July 10, 2001.
The Lockheed-Martin X-35B vertical take-off prototype of the Joint Strike Fighter candidate flew from Palmdale to Edwards AFB on July 3, 2001.
The NB-52B carried the X-38 Crew Return Vehicle aloft on Friday, June 29 in an attempt to launch the seventh mission of the test program.
Van Nuys departure Day, Monday June 25, 2001
Van Nuys arrival day, Friday June 22, 2001.
The X-43A Hyper-X supersonic combustion ramjet testbed was launched on its first free flight on Saturday, June 2, 2001.
Sentimental Journey, a Boeing B-17G, paid a visit to the Santa Barbara Airport in May 2001. Here is a display of pictures of Sentimental Journey taken over the last couple of decades.
Aluminum Overcast, a Boeing B-17G, visited the Santa Barbara Airport in April 2001.
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