The F-100 Super Sabre Legacy Stories
The “Zero-Launch” (ZELL) program by the USAF began as a way to get aircraft off the ground faster with shorter runways in an effort to avoid the vulnerability of attack on airfields. Testing began in
24 October 1969: The Rescue of MISTY 11 – story by Captain Sean M. Cross, United States Coast Guard (Retired)
The Rescue of MISTY 11 by Captain Sean M. Cross, United States Coast Guard (Retired) 24 October 1969: During the Vietnam War from 1967–1972, eleven U.S. Coast Guard Aviators voluntarily served with high honor and
We received word from Kelly’s wife Gail that his burial at Arlington National Cemetery would be on February 8, 2021, at 3:00 pm. The information is as follows: Arlington National Cemetery Date: 2/08/21 Time: 3:00p
Stuck indoors, have to stay 6 feet away? Sick of it? Maybe it’s time to join the throngs of radio-controlled flyer enthusiasts. “The earliest examples of electronically guided model aircraft were hydrogen-filled model airships of
The following comes from the Friends of the Super Sabre website…thank you, FSS. F-100 FIRSTS May 25, 1953 – First operational aircraft to exceed Mach 1 in level flight – YF-100A flown by George Welch.