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|This is a GPS track log of a flight of a famous Canadian hang glider pilot - Stewart Midwinter done in 29.07.05||08/19/2005||401|
|Echeverria Field started out in 1940 as a AAF contract glider pilot school during WW2, operated by the Arizona Gliding Academy & the Claiborne Flight Academy. |
According to the book "Best Place in the Country" by Mike Hoza & Steve Hoza, the Claiborne Flight Academy was owned by Harry Claiborne, and began training pilots in 1942.
In 1943, glider t...
|GPS track log of a hang glider flight done in Rio de Janeiro - Brazil||08/19/2005||361|
|Glider landings had to be made in the small Normandy fields, and this resulted in many crashes and casualties. The gliders, carrying men of the 325 Glider Infantry, landed in the vicinity of les Forges. Crashes are indicated by arrows.||12/05/2009||1,871|
|South of Naestved drivers testing Facility.||11/04/2013||111|
|Passing the driving test track at Naestved.||11/04/2013||83|
|This airfield was used to support SOE and Glider operations during WW2. It later became the base for Flight Refuelling Ltd. (Cobham Plc.).||12/10/2005||471|
|Canadian Pacific Airlines Flight 21 was a domestic scheduled flight from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, to Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada via Prince George, Fort St. John, Fort Nelson and Watson Lake on Thursday, July 8, 1965. The Douglas DC-6 plane crashed near 100 Mile House, British Columbia, taking the lives of all 52 aboard. An inquest determined that the explosion was the result of a bom...||07/20/2009||681|
|a glider flying over a river near |
|Glider on tow near Portland Oregon||08/15/2006||495|
|A glider with 26 meters wingspan.||08/22/2007||480|
|A plane in flight directly next to the US/Canada border, possibly heading towards Detroit.||02/06/2008||596|