“The Right Stuff” recently came together during Lockheed Martin Skunk Works Heritage Night, when four pilots--Rob “Skid” Rowe, Mark “Forger” Stucky, Gregory “Beast” Feest and James E. “JB” Brown III--shared some of their experiences of flying the worlds most sophisticated and iconic aircraft included the U-2, SR-71, F-117 and F-22.
Photograph by Linda KC Reynolds Pilots Joanne Mc Carty and J.J. Shapiro (center) pose with card counters Phil Moores, Noelle Palmer, Erin Hambrick and Yuchuek Hsia during the annual Ninety-Nines Poker Run at William J. Fox Airfield. Shapiro won the highest hand of the day. She earned her license while battling cancer and has only…
Air Force photograph by Ethan Wagner Dr. Mica Endsley (left) prepares for a flight in the U.S. Air Force Test Pilot School’s one-of-a-kind NF-16D Variable Stability In-Flight Simulator Test Aircraft (VISTA) to expose her to a flight test mission environment. TPS instructor Bill Gray piloted the NF-16D. Dr. Mica Endsley, chief scientist of the Air…
Headlining the 2015 Los Angeles County Airshow March 21-22 was U.S. Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron, also known as the Thunderbirds.
Members of the Governor’s Military Council visited Edwards Air Force Base and Air Force Plant 42 in Palmdale, to learn a little more about the Antelope Valley’s defense industry and to get a closer look at some of America’s leading aerospace companies.
The Antelope Valley College is in the process of proposing a baccalaureate degree program in Airfame Manufacturing Technology to meet the needs of the aerospace industry for both civilian and military specifications.
The Palmdale Aerospace Academy recently hosted the Antelope Valley Board of Trade business luncheon for September and the featured guest speaker was Christos Valiotis, physics professor at the Antelope Valley College.