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Air safety is the legacy of Flight 3407

Fifty lives ended on Tuesday, about ten years ago, when the exhausted and under – trained pilots of Continental Connection Flight 3407 made their way in an emergency and crashed into their plane. a Clarence house. But the same day,… Continue Reading →

East Tenn. Remembers the life and legacy of the Navy's first female jet pilot

Top local stories NORRIS, Tennessee (WATE) – Eastern Tennessee has remembered the life of a pioneer of naval aviation on Saturday. Captain Rosemary Mariner was the first female jet pilot in the Navy. She died last month. She had battled… Continue Reading →

Achieved legacy: first throwing female pilot put to rest

MAYNARDVILLE, Tennessee (WVLT) – Captain Rosemary Mariner, of the US Navy, retired, died on Thursday, January 24, 2019 as a result of a five-year battle with ovarian cancer. In his honor, the US Navy made the first female flight, while… Continue Reading →

End of the queue for the legacy hornets of the Fleet

On February 1st, the US Navy organizes a special ceremony to commemorate the death of one of its veterans, such as the Boeing (formerly McDonnell Douglas) F / A-18C Hornet leaves the active service fleet. Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 34… Continue Reading →

The founder of Southwest Airlines leaves a colorful legacy

Dawn Gilbertson UNITED STATES TODAY & # 39; HUI Posted at 12:25 am EST January 4, 2019 They call them the stories of Herb, zany meetings with the wacky Herb Kelleher, the co-founder of Southwest Airlines, who died Thursday at… Continue Reading →

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