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 1936 in aviation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
1936 International Harvester Information and origanal ads for restoring a 1936 IH C-30 with pictures of the project from the ground up.
Aviation Domain Source of links organized into categories ranging from Aviation Associations and Professionals to Aviation Directories to Profiles of Companies in and about the Aviation Business.
Aerial Surveys of Persepolis and Ancient Iran Contains aerial photographs of excavations in progress in 1936, of sites under consideration at that time, and of other areas of Iran that were archaeologically unknown in 1936.
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 Encyclopedia: Brezhnev   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
1936 he became director of the Dneprodzerzhinsk Metallurgical Technical College.
In 1936 he was transferred to the regional centre of REDIRECT Dnipropetrovsk...
Unlike the cult of Stalin, however, the Brezhnev cult was widely seen as hollow and cynical, and in the absence of the purge could command neither respect nor fear.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Brezhnev   (7046 words)

 1936 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1936 was a leap year starting on Wednesday (link will take you to calendar).
From February 14, 1936, to March 1, 1945, AG Weser launched a total of 162 U-boats.
November 3 - U.S. presidential election, 1936: Franklin D. Roosevelt is reelected to a second term in a landslide victory over Alf Landon.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1936   (2076 words)

 Aviation Resources
Landings is identified as "the busiest aviation hub in cyberspace".
The University Aviation Association (UAA) has a mission to promote and foster excellence in collegiate aviation education by providing a forum for students, faculty, staff, and practitioners to share ideas, to enhance the quality of education, and to develop stronger programs and curricula.
Duncan Aviation was established in 1965 as a Beechcraft distributorship.
instructor.iwcc.cc.ia.us /rstairs/aviation_resources.htm   (1334 words)

 The Aviation Legacy of Henry & Edsel Ford   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Aviation Legacy of Henry and Edsel Ford
The fabulous Ford Tri-Motor, Henry Ford's tiny "Flivver" and the B - 24 Liberator, were all important milestones on the journey from the stick and fabric planes of World War I to the all-metal commercial airliners and mighty bombers of World War II.
This presentation of Ford aviation between 1924 and 1936 was complied after searching through thousands of feet of silent film, most of which has never been seen by the public.
www.hfha.org /trimotorstore/en-us/dept_1.html   (219 words)

1936 in television See also: 1935 in television, other events of 1936, 1937 in television and the list of 'years in tele...
Anglo-Egyptian Treaty of 1936 In Egypt was signed which became known as the Anglo-Egyptian Treaty of 1936.
Skoda 75mm Model 1936 The Skoda 75mm Model 1936 (75mm M.36) was a Wehrmacht would redesignate the Russian variant as 7...
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 Chapter 8: The Rise of Civil Aviation to 1970   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The American aviator, C.P. Rogers, flew across the Union from New York to Los Angeles in 1911, but the journey took him seven weeks and he had eighty stops and five major crashes on the way, for a trip that could be done in safety and comfort by train in five days.
Thus, by 1935, although aviation was not yet quite routine, commercial flying was certainly an increasingly important part of the Australian transport and communication scene, especially where roads and railways were poor.
Wireless, indeed, was becoming an important part of aircraft control, and the relationship between the wireless and the aviation industry in the twentieth century was similar to that between the railway and the telegraph in the nineteenth.
www.ahc.gov.au /publications/national-stories/transport/chapter8.html   (13002 words)

 British Columbia and International Northwest Aviation Councils:BC Scene/ Air Highways Magazine
BCAC provides a voice for aviators and the public they serve, and has established a broad-based organization to encourage growth and change in the field.
Aviation issues are addressed within the committee structure of the Council, focusing on sectors and functions such as Air Facilities, Airports, Air Safety, Air Tourism, Aerospace Industries, Cable Crossing Markers, Conferences and Symposiums, General Aviation and Vancouver International Airport.
The Council was instrumental in gaining recognition and acceptance of State departments of aviation in the formation and growth of the CAA (FAA).
www.airhighways.com /nw_aviation.htm   (597 words)

 Charles Lindbergh Spirit of St. Louis in the Aviation History Encyclopedia
Charles Augustus Lindbergh II (February 4, 1902 - August 26, 1974) was a pioneering American aviator famous for the first solo non-stop flight across the Atlantic Ocean.
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)

 Gliders of Latvia
Built by the 87th Aviation Pioneers (Liepaja) under the direction of Edvins Bekmanis.
The glider was christened and introduced at the Liepaja Aviation Festival on July 31, 1938.
Registered by the Latvian Glider Aviators Society as YL-AAP, it was taken over by the Latvian Aero Club and then transferred to the Jelgava Glider School in 1935.
www.latvianaviation.com /gliders.html   (952 words)

Section I—If the applicant desires to claim that on 1st January, 1936, he was carrying on an aviation business of a class similar to that in respect of which this application is made, he should set out fully the facts on which the claim is based.
Section III—Particulars of any changes proposed to be made by the applicant in the ownership, financing, equipment and/or operation of the aviation business as governed by the conditions of the licence to which this application refers.
*Where an Aviation Business was commenced after the 1st April of the year to which this return relates, the information required should be furnished for so much of the year as the business was in existence.
www.irishstatutebook.ie /ZZSI1Y1947.html   (1363 words)

 Latvian Aviation Chronology 1936   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
December 3 A.Danders dies in the crash of a Bristol Bulldog.
- J.Indans becomes commander of the Aviation Regiment.
- The Naval Aviation Division becomes part of the Aviation Regiment and is renamed Naval Reconnaissance Squadron No.8
latvianaviation.com /C1936.html   (272 words)

 1936 In Aviation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
These flights thus pioneered commercial international flight operations in Nigeria, although it was not until 1936 that commercial aviation actually came to...
For 17 years, from 1919 to 1936, she graced a well-loved corner of Oak Park and...
He graduated cum laude from Oberlin University in 1936 with a major in mathematics and a minor in physics.
1936-in-aviation.wikiverse.org   (204 words)

 BC Aviation Hall of Fame
B.C. s famous 'Flying Seven women pilots charted unknown territory Back in 1936, when aviation was still in its infancy a group of women flyers got together to form The Flying Seven.
In July of 1936, Fane had left Edmonton where she had been the only woman member of the Edmonton and Northern Aero Club.
In November 1936, to give the club a good start, they held a 'Dawn to Dusk flight, One member of the group took off at dawn and before that plane landed, another took off.
www.bcaviation.com /flying7s.htm   (607 words)

 1936   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
February 8 - Jay Berwanger becomes the first person to be selected by a National Football League draft, by the Philadelphia Eagles.
August 9 - 1936 Summer Olympics: Jesse Owens wins his fourth gold medal at the games becoming the first American to win four medals in one Olympics.
July 7 - NBC's first attempt at actual programming is a 30-minute variety show featuring speeches, dance ensembles, monologues, vocal numbers, and film clips.
www.bidprobe.com /en/wikipedia/1/19/1936.html   (1600 words)

 1936 in aviation - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
This is a list of aviation-related events from 1936:
JUNKERS JU 87 : From 1936 to 1945
My Quest to Fly: Memories and Photos of China, with the American and Chinese Air Forces, 1936 1940
encyclopedia.worldsearch.com /1936_in_aviation.htm   (334 words)

 North American History - The Beginning   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
During the prosperous, whirling 1920s, aviation was in its childhood.
Therefore, North American’s airline interests were separated from its airplane-building concerns, and 39-year-old James Howard "Dutch" Kindelberger became President and General Manager of General Aviation, leaving a career as vice president of engineering at Douglas Aircraft.
In 1936, the company was contracted to build 238 later versions of the original GA-15 observation airplane as the O-47.
www.boeing.com /history/bna   (629 words)

 http   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
IN JANUARY 1936, Brig Gen Henry H. Arnold was transferred back to Washington, D.C. Maj Gen Oscar F. Westover had taken over as chief of the Air Corps and had convinced Gen Malin Craig, chief of staff, that he needed Arnold as his assistant.
As was all too frequent an occurrence in these early years of aviation, a tragic aircraft accident took the life of General Westover on 21 September 1938.
Arnold’s experience in Army aviation had prepared him for the tasks which loomed ahead, and now he was in a position to tackle these problems.
www.indianamilitary.org /FreemanAAF/DrMilligan/GeneralArnold.htm   (9038 words)

 The Virginia Aviation Museum, 1936 Vultee V1-A
Harry Richmond, a well-known entertainer, an aviation enthusiast, and a part-time pilot, sponsored the first round-trip flight between New York and London.
On Sept 2, 1936, the pair took-off for London.
In 1939 it was sold to Marco "Tito" Gallabert, "Father of General Aviation in Panama," for operations in Central and South America.
www.eaa231.org /Museum/Vultee/Vultee.htm   (1151 words)

 Olde Thyme Aviation operates Scenic Biplane Rides in authentic restored antique biplanes at Boeing Field in Seattle
The planes used in these rides have a history ranging from 1927 to 1944 and are from a private collection kept in the Seattle region in constant airworthiness condition.
Olde Thyme Aviation operates scenic rides on weekends when VFR flying conditions exist adjacent to the back parking lot behind the Museum of Flight right next to the B-17 which is on display beyond the nose of the former Air Force One.
We simply switch to the use of our 1936 and 1937 Cabin Wacos (See Airplanes) which give you all the same excitement of the historic biplane ride but keeps the elements off of you in the rain or icy chill.
www.oldethymeaviation.com   (979 words)

 Elliott Aviation - My Aircraft   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Women in Aviation International held their first conference in 1990, with 150 participants and five tabletop displays.
Arlene and Herb Elliott founded Elliott Flying Service, predecessor to Elliott Aviation, in 1936, and though she soloed in a Piper Cub that same year, she chose to direct her personal efforts toward developing their business and promoting general aviation.
From those two dedicated people who believed in the future of aviation, the business grew steadily to become a national aviation services company with over 300 employees and facilities in four states.
www.elliottaviation.com /wavelink/1999q2/wavart34.asp   (568 words)

 Daniel's WWII Aviation and Memorabilia 1939-1945
beliefs and exists only as a place of historical interest in the world of military aviation between the years of 1936 and 1945.
This website was established as a living memorial to aviators of all nations who fought the air wars during WWII.
I see each piece in my collection as a piece of living history, that should be preserved for future generations.
www.danielsww2.com   (932 words)

 Publication Search
The Aviation Instructions of 1936 set forth the organizational, operational and support parameters for all of CG Aviation.
He was CG Aviator #144 and CG Helo Pilot #24.
This is the story of CDR Stewart Ross Graham, CG Aviator #40, CG Helicopter Pilot #2, Member CG Aviation Hall of Fame and his experiences in aviation.
uscgaviationhistory.aoptero.org /coldfusion/pub_srch.cfm   (897 words)

 Definition of colombian naval aviation
1:...r ''Aviatsiya Voenno-Morskogo Flota'', literally "aviation of the military sea fleet") was a part of the [[S...
Seventeen naval aviation units were honored with the [[title]] of the [[So...
The Aviation Supply Corps Badge is one of three supply badges...
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 COAST GUARD AVIATION BIBLIOGRAPHY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Hollemon, K.C. "The Aviator's Aviator May Soon Be a Dodo." The Bulletin (Nov-Dec 1981), pp.
Krietemeyer, George E. "Coast Guard Aviation Exhibit in the Museum of Naval Aviation." The Bulletin (Feb-Mar 1990), pp.
Enlisted Naval Aviation Pilots of the Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard.
www.uscg.mil /hq/g-cp/history/AVIATIONBIB.html   (8725 words)

 Luchtzak Aviation | Forums | The Luchtzak-pub | 1936 Howard Hughes' 1/2 Airplane 1/2 Automobile for sale - Airbus, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Aviator 1936' ' 1/2 Airplane 1/2 Automobile V-12 Lincoln Model K Convertible was converted by Hughes Aircraft into a camera car.
Disclaimer: The messages published in the Luchtzak Aviation Forums are under the sole responsibility of their authors.
The administrators consider that the messages posted in the Luchtzak Aviation Forums are the intellectual property of the person submitting the message.
www.luchtzak.be /postt8540.html   (279 words)

 1936 in aviation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
British Marine Aircraft Ltd. was established at Hamble, Hampshire to produce Sikorsky S-42-A flying boats under licence in the United Kingdom but nothing came of this.
'Hamble' Aviation in Hampshire UK 1900 to 2000 Retrieved May 20, 2005
This page was last modified 14:59, 20 May 2005.
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 1941 in aviation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of aviation-related events from 1941:
August 1 - the Soviet Union makes the first operational use of parasite fighters, attacking Constanza with modified Polikarpov I-16s carried into action by Tupolev TB-3s.
August 1 - the United States embargoes the sale of aviation fuel to Japan.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1941_in_aviation   (600 words)

 1932 In Aviation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Otto Schily was born on July 20, 1932, in the German town of Bochum, in the...
Next vivid impression was the end of World War II: the American aviation strikes on...
airplane in the sky today.” He always insisted that this structural innovation was his greatest contribution to aviation technology...
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