Did you notice, we have 40% on kool-aid.
They either retire, or in denial.
It seems these 40% have decided to give up the constitution, patriotism, and humanity.
I often wonder, why someone would place their trust on a draft dodger, sleezbag, bully and narcissist. And so much more.
Character defines human society.
Do you want:
Luke SkyWalker or Darth Vader?
Avengers or Thanos?
Spider-Man or Green Goblin?
Character or Iniquity?
Take your pick.
September 30, 1911 Cromwell Dixon became the first person to fly across the mountainous Continental Divide. The 19-year-old Dixon, who received his air pilot license only the previous month, had well-established credentials when it came to transportation pursuits. As a boy, for example, he constructed a rollercoaster for the kids in his neighborhood. Dixon was […]
via 1911: Cromwell Dixon, the Fearless “Boy Aviator,” Achieves a Major Milestone in Flight Just Two Days Before His Tragic Death — Transportation History
As a nurse, Maria Esperanza Garcia Roach was one of an estimated 400,000 to 500,000 Hispanic Americans who served in the U.S. Armed Forces during World War II. Her own lifesaving role in this global conflict very much depended on airborne transportation. Maria was born on July 16, 1915, in the city of Piedras Negras […]
via National Hispanic Heritage Month: Maria Esperanza Garcia Roach, US Army Nurse and Pilot — Transportation History
Source: Adventurer circumnavigates world in gyrocopter
An adventurer has become the first person to fly solo around the world in an open-cockpit gyrocopter.
James Ketchell, 37, from Hampshire, has covered 24,000 nautical miles over 175 days since starting his challenge in March.
The adventurer, who landed in Basingstoke on Sunday afternoon, said the experience had been “magical”.
His flight path took him over Europe, Asia, and North America, during 122 separate flights.
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August 29, 1911 Hilda Hewlett became the first British woman to earn an airplane pilot’s license. Hewlett, who was 47 at the time, received certificate number 122 from the Royal Aero Club after she completed a test flight at Brooklands Aerodrome near the town of Weybridge in southeastern England. Hewlett had been born in Central […]
via 1911: The First Female British Pilot Gets Her License, Goes on to Found a Flying School — Transportation History
Learning how to fly a plane is surely one of the most rewarding experiences you’ll have in your lifetime, however initially daunting it may be and despite the many concepts and practical knowledge to master. Hereunder are some key tips to boost your confidence from behind the cockpit and get you that coveted student pilot […]
via Some important tips for student pilots — Scott Beale Aviation
August 15, 1889 Argentine aviation pioneer Carolina (Carola) Elena Lorenzini was born in Buenos Aires. She became a tremendously gifted athlete whose wide range of pursuits included rowing, cycling, tennis, hockey, horseback riding, and track and field. It was flying, though, that ultimately became Lorenzini’s greatest passion. In 1933, Lorenzini began taking flight lessons at […]
via 1889: An Argentinian Pilot is Born — Transportation History