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DOUGLAS A-4 SKYHAWK- HEINEMANNS HOT-ROD

THE 2019 LYDENBURG FLY IN

CONTACT JULY 2019-THE OFFICIAL NEWS LETTER OF THE EAA OF SA

OSHKOSH 2019 DAY TWO- A PICTORIAL REVIEW

THE WORLDS FIRST FEMALE JET FIGHTER PILOTS






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Douglas A-4 Skyhawk- Heinemanns Hot-Rod



Douglas Aircraft Corporation's Ed Heinemann could always be relied on to come up with a design that was just right and will stand the test of time. The diminutive A-4 Skyhawk, like the legendary Skyraider, went on to become just............
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The 2019 Lydenburg Fly in



For the second year in a row, Lydenburg's small flying fraternity hosted the Lydenburg Fly in. We are a passionate group of aviation fanatics that have a beautiful area that we regularly fly in and decided to host a fly in, inviting........
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Contact July 2019-The Official News Letter of the EAA of SA



"Contact" is the official newsletter of the Experimental Aircraft Association of South Africa. Compiled by Eugene Couzyn news reports and articles are more than welcome...................................................
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Oshkosh 2019 Day Two- A pictorial Review



Day two's weather was not the best for photography with low clouds and very little light. However, one does one's best with what's on offer. Starting at 14h30 and finishing late at 18h00 when the sun is still out and behind you,............
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The worlds first female jet fighter pilots



Until the early 1990s, women were disqualified from becoming fighter pilots in most of the air forces throughout the world. The exceptions being Turkey where Sabiha Gökçen became one of the first female.............................
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