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Airplanes and Flying

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See the Museum's collection of restored aircraft, learn about aviation history.
http://www.canadianflight.org/
Find out how to become a Young Eagle! Taxi straight into a world of amazing aviation photos or test your memory with the Mission Match game.
http://www.youngeagles.com/
Up-to-date information regarding FAA news bulletins and aviation sites.
http://www.faa.gov/
Extensive online archive of aviation history. Explore the photo gallery, story collection, plane details, and more.
http://www.flight-history.com/
Traces the evolution of rotary wing aircraft back to Leonardo Da Vinci.
http://www.helis.com/
Find out what makes flying possible, how it works, four forces that affect flight, exceptions, and more.
http://www.aero.hq.nasa.gov/
Learn about the 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron of the Air Force Reserves.
http://www.hurricanehunters.com/
Learn about women who took to the skies.
http://www.iwasm.org/
Learn how to make cool paper airplanes, read about a kid's first flight, pack an interactive suitcase.
http://www.ci.phoenix.az.us/
Join the POLAR FIRST team as they fly their helicopter around the world via the South and North Poles.
http://www.polarfirst.com/
Go along with this six year-old as she visits a NASA research center.
http://rotored.arc.nasa.gov/
Official web site of the Blue Angels. Plenty of neat information about past and present Blue Angels.
http://www.blueangels.navy.mil/