American Aircraft of World War II This is a reference site with photos, data, and info on all American aircraft designed or used in World War II. Even the hardcore aviation enthusiast will learn something here. Come in and have a look!
Aviation Through the Ages Ever since the early ages man has dreamt of flying. We will explore man's past attempts to fly and how early ideas have led to our modern aircraft. We have a "Hangar" full of original photographs to visit. A compass indicates a link to an internet site to explore a topic in depth.
Flights of Inspiration This website looks at the challenge of flight, from the Wright brothers' first flight to the transatlantic flight of Alcock and Brown. Certain parts of the resource are specifically intended for science teachers and their students. Activities are aimed at students aged 10 to 14 but you will find that it can be readily adapted to the needs of younger or older students.
How Helicopters Work Helicopters are the most versatile flying machines in existence today. This versatility gives the pilot complete access to 3-dimensional space in a way that no airplane can. If you have ever flown in a helicopter you know that its abilities are exhilarating! The amazing flexibility of helicopters means that helicopters can fly almost anywhere.
Military Aviation Photography Thumbnail pictures (expandable) of planes of: FACH (Chilean Air Force); Luftwaffe (German Air Force); U.S. Air Force; U.S. Navy; U.S. Marines; USAF at War; Finnish Air Force; Italian Air Force; Norwegian Air Force; Luftwaffe Phantoms; USAF Phantoms; Misc. Phantoms.