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You have seen this before but never like this...

The Empty Pickle Jar

Sometimes, life can be very stressful. Lots to do, but not enough time. This 3-minute movie will put it all in perspective. It's all about our priorities and the choices we make. I'll will make you smile, make you think, and make you want to share it with everyone you know.


Lots of COOL STUFF.....

More than one thing here - scroll down for a very cool film made on VJ day and lots of other ultra cool stuff!

Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty.




This is truly fantastic and well done. A  great history lesson that is interesting to watch.
Click on "The 1940s"  It advances automatically.

VJ Day

LOST FILM - Honolulu, August 14, 1945 

Great video of a spontaneous Victory Parade in Honolulu in 1945. Take a look at this video-absolutely fabulous! Notice the cars, jeeps, and youth. The guys in khaki or gray shirts and black ties are Navy officers or chiefs. The rest are Army or Marine. How young they all were to do what they did.

This guy really captured a moment in history! (You can listen to Jimmy Durante singing "I'll be Seeing You" in the background, too) This is a super video of a time past - we need to remember and be THANKFUL.

Check out the color fidelity. It's not bad for 1945. Nothing will ever compare with Kodachrome film.

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For Pilots B17-Logbook-a pdf file -  5 Sept 1943 - 21 Feb 1944


® Shipwrecks on the North Carolina Coast - Click Here


® Aerial Tribute from Aero Controller - Click Here


® AIRCRAFT OWNER Online - February 2012  -  Click HERE!


® Dragon Flying in China - The scenery alone is spectacular - Click Here


® EAA AirVenture Night Show - "Night Ballet" - Click Here




® For All Aviation Fans -

I believe if you are, or ever were, involved with aviation you will

certainly enjoy this unusual presentation of aircraft - - a mixture of high performance

military as well as supersonic airliners and even some propeller equipped!.


The slide presentations advance slowly - - click to expedite - - and make sure

your speakers are on, since it has a beautiful musical background - - the last

part has Scottish bagpipes that add emphasis to a solemn military background

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® Zenith cross-country flight to Sebring, Florida 2012: Sebastien Heintz and Roger Dubbert of the Zenith Aircraft factory recently flew the Zenith CH 650 and the STOL CH 750 more than 1,000 miles (1,600 km.) each way to attend the Sebring Sport Aviation Expo in Florida.  Following is a report of the trip by Sebastien Heintz, as recently posted on Zenith.Aero, the online companion to the Zenair Newsletter:


® Hanna Reitsch (or is is Anna Kreisling?) 

Sent: Monday, March 28, 2011 9:40 AM
Subject: Recon flight over the US during WW II ?

This is a great story but is it true?  I have been doing some digging on Anna Kreisling and found that it might have been a cover name for Hanna Reitsch, a famous Luftwaffe pilot.  There is also some doubt that the Ju-390 had the range to make it to NYC and back let alone fly over Michigan.  One article mentioned the range of 6000 miles.  No matter what, a great story.

"Ju 390 V1 prototype was unlikely to have been capable of taking off with the fuel load necessary for a flight of such duration due to strength concerns caused by its modified structure; it would have required a takeoff weight of 65 tonnes (72 tons), while the maximum takeoff weight during its trials had been 34 tonnes (38 tons)."


"It that it matters, given the uncredibility of PN's picture sourcing to begin with, but the lady in the picture shaking hands isn't Anna Kreisling, but Hanna Reitsch.


Both of them fascinating people, despite their political leanings - Reitsch was kind of a female, German version of Chuck Yeager."




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