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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: 1935
Anastasios Papoulas (1859-March 1935) was a Greek general and commander-in-chief during the Graeco-Turkish War of 1919-1922.
Carl Weiss Dr. Carl Austin Weiss (December 6, 1906–September 8, 1935) was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 1906.
Martti Talvela (born in Hittola, Finland February 4, 1935 – died in Juva, Finland July 22, 1989) was a Finnish operatic bass.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/1935   (7334 words)

  
 Aviation Resource - History - 1920-1935
It was wide-ranging, but its key recommendation was that the government should set standards for civil aviation and that the standards should be set outside of the military.
However, it was another event in 1927 that brought unprecedented public attention to aviation and helped secure the industry's future as a major mode of transportation.
Aviation became a more established industry, attracting millions of private investment dollars almost overnight as well as the imagination and support of millions of Americans.
www.geocities.com /CapeCanaveral/4294/history/1920_1935.html   (2359 words)

  
 Aviation Resource - History - 1935-1950
Government decisions continued to prove as important to aviation's future as technological breakthroughs, and one of the most important aviation bills ever enacted by Congress was the 1938 Civil Aeronautics Act.
Aviation had an enormous impact on the course of World War II and the war had just as big of an impact on aviation.
Aviation was poised to advance rapidly following the war, in large part because of the development of jets, but there still were significant problems to overcome.
www.geocities.com /CapeCanaveral/4294/history/1935_1950.html   (2080 words)

  
 Chronology - Quarter 1 1935
There was no interest within the German Aviation Ministry at that time in rocket engines as primary propulsion for a combat aircraft.
This and a subsequent October lecture led to a group of enthusiasts beginning work at Caltech on development of a liquid rocket motor.
Pendulum stabiliser as was expected gave an indication of operating the vanes for the first few hundred feet, but not thereafter.
www.astronautix.com /chrono/19351.htm   (308 words)

  
 T-6 Texan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The T-6 was a single-engine advanced trainer aircraft designed by North American Aviation, used to train fighter pilots of the USAAF, US Navy, Royal Air Force and other air forces of the British Commonwealth during World War II.
The T-6 originated from the North American NA-16 prototype (first flown on April 1, 1935) which, modified as the NA-26, was submitted as an entry for a USAAC "Basic Combat" aircraft competition in March, 1937.
Canada's Noorduyn Aviation built a R-1340-AN-1 powered version of the AT-6A which was supplied to the USAAF as the AT-16 (1,500 aircraft) and the RAF/RCAF as the Harvard IIB (2,485 aircraft), some of which also served with the Fleet Air Arm.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/T-6_Texan   (567 words)

  
 FAA News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
According to Leverenz, studies show the continued growth of the aerospace industry could be hampered by a severe shortage of trained aviation professionals if the aviation community doesn’t step in and reach out to young people.
Although the emphasis is on acquainting students with aviation careers, the important social and major economic role aviation plays in the Dallas/Fort Worth area will be stressed.
Aviation Career Education Academies are offered nationally to motivate youth and to increase underrepresented minority and female participation in aviation.
www.faa.gov /asw/asw005/asw13-00.html   (362 words)

  
 Charles Lindbergh Spirit of St. Louis in the Aviation History Encyclopedia
Lindbergh was born in Detroit, Michigan as son of Swedish immigrants.
Lindbergh is recognized in aviation for demonstrating and charting polar air-routes, high altitude flying techniques, and increasing aircraft flying range by decreasing fuel consumption.
However, after the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, he assisted with the war effort by serving as a civilian consultant to aviation companies and the government, as well as flying about 50 combat missions (again as a civilian) in 1944 in the Pacific.
www.usairnet.com /encyclopedia/Charles_Lindbergh.html   (1023 words)

  
 B-17 Flying Fortress - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It was most widely used for daylight strategic bombings of German industrial targets during World War II as part of the United States Eighth Air Force.
The prototype B-17 first flew on July 28 1935 as the Boeing Model 299, with Boeing chief test pilot Les Tower at the controls.
October 30th of 1935 the Army Aircorps test pilot Ployer Hill took the Model 299 on a second evaluation flight.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/B-17   (1776 words)

  
 Aviation Books
This important work was the first successful attempt to narrate the struggles, failures and successes of British aviation pioneers, dispassionate- ly, logically and clearly, so that all may see the causes which led to the eventual successes.
A big slice of aviation history, from the First Airmen through the Evolution of the Airship, the Seaplane and Flying Boat, American Aircraft, the Problem of the Helicopter, Polar Exploration, Conquests of the Atlantic, Pacific, Australia, and Africa, to Round the World and Aircraft and Mining.
Aviation came of age when the top pilots in the world competed at Reims, France in August, 1909 in an International 8-day event.
www.stillmanbooks.com /aviation.htm   (7239 words)

  
 1935 article - 1935 1932 1933 1934 1936 1937 1938 Decades 1900s 1910s 1920s 1930s - What-Means.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
1932 1933 1934 - 1935 - 1936 1937 1938
September 2 - Labor Day Hurricane of 1935: A large hurricane hits the Florida Keys killing 423.
1935 article - 1935 definition - what means 1935
www.what-means.com /encyclopedia/1935   (1258 words)

  
 history aviation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
A relative newcomer to the aviation history field, the Air Racing Historians Society was formed in 1984 by a group of air racing enthusiasts who wanted to...
Aviation history of Charles A. and Anne Morrow Lindbergh.
The Army Aviation History Website is an official United States Government System website dedicated to providing a general background history of the origins,...
www.thebestaviationinfo.com /10/history-aviation.html   (329 words)

  
 aviation
Discusses the development of the England to Australia air route from the beginings of commercial aviation to April 1935 when the first scheduled passenger service was open to the public.
This is the authentic story of aviation in Australia- high drama and heartbreak for those who played the leading roles.
It is the definitive biography of the life and aeronautical achievements of this pioneer of aviation written by a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society of Great Britain.
www.dmailman.com /~mjenko/aviation.htm   (3213 words)

  
 aviation history 1950   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Aviation Safety--Profiles aviation accidents and early aviation history in the...
Social History :The Social and Cultural History of Aviation and...
Space history: Aviation, rocketry and pre-manned spaceflight history.
www.thebestaviationinfo.com /17/aviation-history-1950.html   (308 words)

  
 Powell's Books - Hemingway's Hurricane: The Great Florida Keys Storm of 1935 by
And yet, through the long Labor Day Weekend of 1935, the superintendents of three government work camps in the Florida Keys, which housed more than 600 World War I veterans building a highway across the islands, did virtually nothing to evacuate the men in their charge.
On Labor Day weekend 1935, the most intense hurricane ever to strike the U.S. took aim on their flimsy shacks, and the two men responsible for evacuating the veterans from harm’s way waited too long.
After coming upon a monument erected in the Florida Keys to honor the victims of the Labor Day hurricane of 1935, he knew this was a story he had to tell.
www.powells.com /biblio/1-0071453326-1   (872 words)

  
 Origins of Airpower   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Two more Army aviators were killed in September, Lewis C. Rockwell and Corp Frank Scott (Scott was the first enlisted man to perish in an aircraft accident).
The flight did, however, demonstrate an actual mission for Army aviation, something the Army air arm was still struggling to define (as demonstrated by the variety of missions practiced while bivouacked in Georgia).
In this function he was able to keep his eyes and ears open to new developments in foreign and domestic aviation in both the civil and military arenas.
www.arnold.af.mil /aedc/bios/daso1.htm   (8403 words)

  
 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics - IAS Early Years
Lester Gardner (1876-1956) produced the journal Aviation and Aeronautical Engineering in 1916, which was later sold to McGraw Hill and became Aviation Week and Space Technology.
Although the IAS was headquartered in New York, there was a concern that much of the development of aviation was shifting to the West Coast, far from headquarters.
Gardner felt it was vital to prepare a bibliography of some kind, and he approached the New York City Department of Plants and Structures for Aviation, suggesting that such a project could be done by unemployed engineers and aeronautical professionals.
www.aiaa.org /Content.cfm?pageid=636   (1053 words)

  
 Sabiha Gokcen (1913-2001), Pioneer Aviatrix
She was accepted to The Turkkusu-Turkish Civil Aviation School which was established by the Turkish Aeronautical Association (Turk Hava Kurumu) in 1935 upon Ataturk 's orders as the first girl student.
In 1935, she was enrolled in the Turkish Aviation League's "Turk Kusu" Civilian Aviation School.
Born in Bursa in 1913, Sabiha Gökçen was unofficially adopted by Ataturk in 1925.
www.ctie.monash.edu.au /hargrave/gokcen.html   (868 words)

  
 Papers of George Urquhart 'Scotty' Allan - MS 4911
Also includes papers relating to Catalina flying boats and their use by the RAAF in World War II and writings by various authors on aviation in Australia.
Allan married Ailsa Lee Brown in 1935 and Barbara Millbourne in 1944.
He was made a Commander of the British Empire for his services to aviation in 1957.
www.nla.gov.au /nla.ms-ms4911   (839 words)

  
 1935 FAA History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Safety regulation of civil aviation would also be turned over to this commission, but the Secretary of Commerce would retain his duties under existing law with regard to airways and air navigation facilities.
On Jan 31, 1935, in forwarding the report to the Congress, President Roosevelt said he was unable to concur in the commission's recommendation for creating what he called a "temporary" Air Commerce Commission.
After being rewritten, the bill was reported out of committee, but failed to reach a vote on the floor of the Senate and died with the adjournment of the 74th Congress in 1936.
www.discountairlinefinder.com /other/aboutthefaa/chronology/1935.html   (1601 words)

  
 Marine Air-Ground Task Force Aviation: The Use Of Integrated and Combined Combat
aviation, past and present, and its applicability to maneuver warfare.
Marine Aviation, and is written in a style and format similar to that of FMFM 1.
Aviation is a powerful combat force in modem warfare.
www.globalsecurity.org /military/library/report/1995/rrm.htm   (1899 words)

  
 Millennium moment: Feb. 6, 1935. 02/06/99
The airport would be built on the Southside between Mareno Place and the St. Johns River Bridge, one mile from the downtown post office.
A.B. McMullen, aviation direvctor for the Federal Emergency Relief Administration, said land cost was estimated from $500,000 to $700,000.
McMullen said the location was one of the most ideal in the state for a land-sea airport.
www.jacksonville.com /celebrate2000/archive/020699.html   (359 words)

  
 =X=(_)=X= Futuramic, Streamlined Aircraft Receives Design Patent
During American aviation's rough-and-tumble "golden age" over a half century ago, it was not uncommon to seek such protection covering an aircraft's form, instead of from a utility patent protecting a process or mechanism.
It touches on the murky underbelly of pioneering aviation: company-internal skullduggery, bureaucratic intransigence, plain bad luck and perhaps a whiff of government/industry collusion.
America's penchant for underdogs and the validity of the question notwithstanding, suing the government in on the eve of wartime might be deemed unpatriotic.
www.rareplanes.com /revw.htm   (1709 words)

  
 Aviation antiques, Vintage Plane and Pilot's Items
Many are museum quality, indeed I have supplied many an item to prestigious museums and airmen the world over.
As years pass you will find your purchased aviation artifact a source of increasing enjoyment and a sound financial investment in inflationary times.
If you plan on using any item in your aircraft, it is up to YOU and a qualified and licensed aviation mechanic to determine airworthiness, application, condition, legality, etc. of installation.
www.aviation-antiques.com   (567 words)

  
 Martin B-10 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Various parts of crashed B-10s, such as turrets and wings, were retrieved from the jungle of Borneo and are now on display in the Militaire-Luchtvaartmuseum (http://www.militaireluchtvaartmuseum.nl/) (Military Aviation Museum) at Soesterberg, the Netherlands.
Despite this advantage, only one was built, as a test aircraft.
In 1935 the Army ordered an additional 103 aircraft designated B-10B.
www.hartselle.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Martin_B-10   (918 words)

  
 1935 in Canada - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation 1935 in Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
1935 in Canada - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation 1935 in Canada.
Here you will find more informations about 1935 in Canada.
The orginal 1935 in Canada article can be editet
www.encyclopedia-glossary.com /en/1935-in-Canada.html   (318 words)

  
 LIST OF YEARS IN AVIATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
1910 in aviation: Frederick Baldwin and J.A.D. McCurdy, using a Curtiss byplane, are the first pilots to send radio messages to the ground.
1999 in aviation: Fear of the Y2K computer virus and possible in-flight consequences for those planes flying during the night of December 31, 1999 and the early morning of January 1, 2000, spreads around the airline industry.
2001 in aviation: 4 jet-liners, 2 each of American Airlines and United Airlines, are hijacked and crashed in the September 11 terrorist attacks, killing more than 3,000 people.
www.websters-online-dictionary.org /definition/LIST+OF+YEARS+IN+AVIATION   (929 words)

  
 City of Redondo Beach Website - Aviation Park Gym
Description: The Aviation Gymnasium is part of Aviation Park, a 14-acre recreation facility located at Aviation and Manhattan Beach Boulevards in northern Redondo Beach.
Description: Aviation Track & Field is part of Aviation Park, a 14-acre recreation facility located at Aviation and Manhattan Beach Boulevards in northern Redondo Beach.
The lighted track and field are used for City and private events, and by the general public.
www.redondo.org /depts/recreation/facilities/aviation_park_gym.asp   (251 words)

  
 1935 in aviation Definition / 1935 in aviation Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
1935 in aviation Definition / 1935 in aviation Research
This is a list of aviation-related events from 1935 Events January January 1 - Italian colonies of Tripoli and Kyrenaika are joined together as Libya January 7 - Italian premier Benito Mussolini and French foreign minister Pierre Laval conclude agreement in which each power undertakes not to oppose the other's colonial claims.
January 11-12 – Amelia EarhartAmelia Earhart (July 24, 1897 - July 2, 1937) was a famous American aviator.
www.elresearch.com /1935_in_aviation   (355 words)

  
 HÃ¥kans Aviation page — Sino-Japanese Air War 1937
After the reorganisation of the Chinese Air Force in 1935-1936, independent aviation squadrons, consisting of flights from the various provinces of China were combined into several air groups, each of 3 squadrons (of 10 aircraft each).
Finally, the 30th BS were equipped with American Martin 139WCs (9 machines purchased in 1935, with the first 6 machines arriving in Shanghai in February 1937 for assembly and the training of crews).
Instructors from the Central Bombardment Aviation School had urgently formed the squadron during the beginning of August and the squadron was disbanded and the instructors returned to the aviation school.
www.dalnet.se /~surfcity/sino-japanese-1937.htm   (20405 words)

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