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FORTY YEARS OF AIR SUPREMACY
by Jack M. Abercrombie

FORTY YEARS OF AIR SUPREMACY SLIDE SHOW
by Jack M. Abercrombie

FORTY YEARS OF AIR SUPREMACY SLIDE SHOW NARRATIVE
by Jack M. Abercrombie

KINLOCH FLYING FIELD by Jack M Abercrombie
(Days of Glory to a Grave Unmarked)

AVIATOR AND AEROPLANE ON OLD PHOTOGRAPH IDENTIFIED
by Jack M. Abercrombie

MAJOR C. RAY WASSALL-ST. LOUIS AVIATOR OF YESTERYEAR
 by Jack M. Abercrombie

THE BRIEF, BRIGHT AVIATION CAREER OF ST. LOUIS'S TOM BENOIST 
by Frederick W. Roos  posting date September 2007
(First presented to the 43d AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, 2005, published by the AIAA, Inc., with permission.)

MR. MAC'S HELICOPTERS by Frederick W. Roos posting date: May 2006
(Article originally published in January 2003, 41st AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit)

EARLY JET AIRCRAFT MECHANIC by Richard W. Kamm   posting date: January 2006

THE ST. LOUIS CARDINALS, et al. by Frederick W. Roos posting date: August 2005
(Article originally published in February 1998 issue of Gateway News, © Frederick W. Roos)

NEW HOME FOR THE MUSEUM by Jack M. Abercrombie   posting date: February 2005

F-15 PROTOTYPES by Jan Van Waarde






 

 

 

 
 
       
       
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