Who was Adolf Hitler’s Pilot?

Hans Baur

Hans Baur as a Pilot Hans Baur begins his story by saying, “Without the war, I may have spent my life in an office.” Born in southern Bavaria in the late 19th century, Baur had an ordinary childhood in Munich until 1914. For countless millions across Europe, the First World War marked … Read more

Youngest Female to Fly Solo Around the World

Zara Rutherford

The majority of 19-year-olds are still learning to drive. Zara Rutherford, on the other hand, had her gaze raised. The British-Belgian teen aspired to be the world’s youngest woman to fly solo around the globe. Rutherford realized a lifelong dream on January 22, 2022, when she successfully landed her two-seat ultralight aircraft … Read more

Women Who Paved the Way in Aviation

Bessie Raiche

This timeline of women in aviation highlights many of the firsts and accomplishments of women in aviation as pilots and other roles. Not only pilot men in World War I and pilot men in World War II are famous. Also, aside from Amelia Earhart, In this list, women have also paved the … Read more

Charles Lindbergh and the Spirit of St. Louis

Charles Lindbergh

American aviator, military officer, author, inventor, and activist Charles Augustus Lindbergh On May 20–21, 1927, at the age of 25, he made history by flying the first nonstop flight from New York City to Paris. Lindbergh flew solo in a purpose-built, single-engine Ryan monoplane, the Spirit of St. Louis, for the 33+12-hour, … Read more

Find out more about the B-2 Spirit – B2 Stealth Bomber

United States, John Wayne Airport, Steering

The B-2 Spirit, also known as the Stealth Bomber, is an American heavy penetration strategic bomber with low observable stealth technology designed to penetrate dense anti-aircraft defenses. It is a flying wing design with a two-person crew. Flying B2 Stealth Bomber should require a pilot to have some mental skills. The bomber … Read more

Who Was the Real Red Baron?

Red Baron, Richthofen

Manfred Albrecht Freiherr von Richthofen, also known as Baron von Richthofen or the Red Baron, was a fighter pilot with the German Air Force during World War I and is regarded as the war’s ace-of-aces, with an official tally of 80 aerial victories. He is included in the Top celebrity aces during … Read more

What was commonly eaten for breakfast by World War II Pilots?

World war II pilots needed fuel to survive and get through the day successfully. Thus, it was important that they had enough calories to get them started with the day. Also, to sustain them throughout. These pilots needed to be at their very best. Thus, it is important that the breakfast that … Read more

Learn More About Amelia Earhart and Her Final Journey

”Amelia Earhart in an airplane”

People destined to be great always want to be part of something big and adventurous. Some people dream of changing the face of medicine, some desire to explore the great depths of the ocean by snorkeling in the Pacific , while some want to discover the beauty of the obscure parts of the … Read more

When Were Drones First Developed

White and gray Drone on ground

In modern usage, the word drone refers to Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). In other words, aircraft that do not require a pilot on board to operate. For other purposes, the technologies in the drone sector have evolved into two categories; drones that require a human operator and autonomous drones that do not. … Read more

Strange Facts About World War II

silhouette of soldiers walking

From 1939 to 1945, the world was literally at war. World War II or also known as The Second World War, had almost every country in the world at war. The countries were separated into two groups; Axis Powers and The Allies. Axis Powers consisted of main countries such as Germany, Italy, … Read more