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Last crew member of Enola Gay dies in Georgia
... Theodore (Dutch) Van Kirk, the navigator and last surviving crew member of the Enola Gay, the B-29 Superfortress that dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima in the last days of World War II, died on...
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Theodore VanKirk (Dutch)
Nukes of Hazard
There have been hundreds of accidents involving nuclear weapons since 1945. Illustration by Shout. On January 25, 1995, at 9:28 A.M. Moscow time, an aide handed a briefcase to Boris Yeltsin, the...
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Historic bomber brings education, experience and ...
Landing in Loveland Thursday, the World War II B-29 bomber known as FIFI is a museum in the sky. "We're a flying museum, not a static museum. We want to honor the men and women who built and flew the...
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Sturrock's job offered vantage on history
SAN ANTONIO — Andrew Guy Sturrock saw a lot of history during his 38-year career as an aircraft mechanic. At 21 he went to England with the civil service to work alongside British citizens,...
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Historic World War II-era plane set to fly again
WICHITA, Kan. – Decades after pieces of World War II-era history were left to deteriorate in the desert, one aircraft artifact is close to flying again. It has been a 14-year project in the Air...
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World War II hero is gone, but his story lives on
Louis Zamperini has died. Laura Hillenbrand wrote about his life in �Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption.� On Nov. 24, 1944, while Louis Zamperini was a prisoner in...
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Ford Trimotor flies into museum's collection
An important part of Ohio's aviation history flew into Erie-Ottawa Regional Airport Wednesday night. The "City of Wichita," a Ford Trimotor that flew for an early airline inaugurated in 1929 with the...
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Liberty Aviation Museum
Letters to the editor on history repeating, Bergd...
Latest world threats are similar to past Several fanatic militant groups, initially local, take over their individual countries with ambitions of changing the way the world works. There are some...
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Franklin D. Roosevelt
Seventy years ago this week
Seventy years ago this week, Independence Day had been an official national holiday for three years. The Times came out a day late on Thursday, July 5, because the editor decided everybody needed a...
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