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Pictured l to r: Senior Airman Robert Hawkins III, Senior Airman Christopher Frye, Lt. Col. Ryan Bailey, Airman 1st Class Ethan Davis, Senior Airman Jesse Moore, Airman 1st Class Colter Laucks and Master Sgt. Craig Kuzara. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Brittany Cannon/RELEASED)

Lt. Col Ryan Bailey Of The 131st Bomb Wing Achieves1000 B-2 Flying Hours

A major milestone was hit at Whiteman Air Force Base on Saturday, August 23, when Lt. Col. Ryan Bailey of the 131st Bomb Wing and Missouri National Guard took flight in the B-2 Stealth Bomber. Bailey surpassed 1,000 flying hours as he took to the sky on Saturday

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Man With No Flying Experience Miraculously Lands Plane After Pilot Gets Sick

In a scene that seems like it's straight out of the movies, a man in Britain with no flying experience somehow landed a plane earlier this week after the pilot became sick during the flight.

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Remains of WWII Airman from New York ID’d in South Pacific

FRANKFORT, N.Y. (AP) — The remains of a World War II airman have been identified and will be returned to his upstate New York hometown for burial, nearly 70 years after his plane and two others slammed into a remote, jungle-covered mountainside in the South Pacific.

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Pilot Crashes Plane While Towing Marriage Proposal

On Tuesday, pilot Mark Simmons was towing a marriage proposal behind his small plane when he suddenly experienced engine problems and crashed off Rhode Island’s Block Island. Uh oh! We hope this isn’t a bad wedding omen.

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