Aerodynamic Media, LLC is proud to announce the release of the tenth issue of The Flying Machine: Early Aero Quarterly.
Issue #10 Contents:
36 Pages – Recreating the Ferguson Monoplane: The First Irish Aircraft to Fly; Vintage Turnbuckles – Some History and Some Solutions; Military Aviation Museum’s Biplanes and Brews Recap; The Right Project at the Right Time (Part 2); News Briefs: World’s Only Fully Restored Curtiss Model F Takes Flight, Authentic WW1 Hangars for Your Vintage Aircraft Now Available, National Museum of the U.S. Air Force Curtiss Jenny Touches Down, Products
The Flying Machine focuses exclusively on “aeroplanes” manufactured prior to 1920, as well as the current work of historians, builders, restorers, museums and collectors to preserve and promote interest in the early years of flight. Published in print and digital formats, The Flying Machine is offered on a pay-per-issue basis – no subscription required!
Join us as we pay tribute to early aircraft and the visionaries, geniuses and daredevils who conquered the air while producing some of the most fascinating, ingenious and beautiful machines in aviation’s short history.