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BUT NOW IT'S NOT JUST DEFECTIVE TAKATA AIRBAGS or VW DIESELS...Find out more by clicking on this photo link:
Is your car being recalled?
Find out by clicking on this link: Click here to go to the "safercar.gov" website.
Links to complaints and investigations are also available on this site.
Retired LtCol J.R. Alley, F-86 Sabre Association president, informs us that the F-86 web manager, Eric Yocum, has added huge amounts of F-86 info and the Korean War since we first put on the link to the F-86 website.
It might be of interest to you to browse around it again.
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A train arrives with the main body in the morning.
They turn them out about one every 18 hours and every part is supplied by the lowest cost supplier.
Really Amazing: A must watch for all aviation maintenance personnel - The Boeing 737 Assembly Line -
This is why Boeing is on track to achieve its previously announced production rate of 52 airplanes per month in 2018.
click anywhere on the photo to watch fascinating 3 Ĺ minute Youtube video
Cruise AV is GM's first car to be built without a steering wheel...or other conventional controls!
click anywhere on the photo to read the article in WIRED about the ultimate autonomous car currently in production.
...the future is here ?
Updated | A Tesla Model S travelling at 65 mph in autopilot mode has crashed into a parked fire truck on a California freeway, prompting safety concerns surrounding the electric car makerís self-driving technology.
Investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating the accident, which took place on Monday, January 22, on Interstate 405.
The fire truck had been parked with its light flashing in the emergency lane and carpool lane at the scene of a previous accident, according to Culver City Fire Department.
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Here's a link to another website related to the USAF Museum.
It includes photos of every aircraft pilots in 61-Delta flew in their careers!
The site includes a total of 215 photos of aircraft ranging from the 1909 "Wright Military Flyer" to the B-2 "Spirit".