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Take a glimpse at a remarkable aircraft with a story made for Hollywood.
A look into the life of inventor, pilot and key pioneer in rotary wing development, Harold Pitcairn.
The use of autogyro's or gyroplanes for military use is not a new concept but new technologies are showing advances that can further advance rotary -wing development.
Honoring Little Wing Autogyro
In recogntion to John M. Miller and his contributions to the acceptance of rotary wing flight. A true aviation pioneer and timeless voice.
The life and contributions of Dr. Igor Bensen to founding the sport gyroplane and sport gyroplane community.
A new gyroplane being developed in New Zealand that holds great promise to the world market.
Pictures taken from the annual fly-in event in named in honor of Wing Commander Ken H. Wallis.
Tribute to a great man and great aircraft.
Explore the application of hydrogen use as a clean, alternative or supplemental fuel source for fossil fuels.
A list of some of the commonly used acronyms in avionic systems.
The first rotary-wing aircraft to employ cyclic control of the rotor.
The Wilford WRK gyroplanes development.
An independant review of the book "The Lives of Ken Wallis" by Ian Hancock. The incredible story of a true aviation icon.
This is an extension page of the Ken Wallis Tribute, with some great photo's of Ken flying.
Peer into one of aviations most forgotten aircraft.
A tribute to the inventor of the Autogiro that broke the engineering problems to pave the way for a practical helicopter. A look at the engineer, industry founder and pilot.
Refelections on the amazing life of Wing Commander Kenneth H. Wallis.
Honoring a great airshow performer and past PRA President.
An introduction to aircraft nuts used in aviation. A general description of the materials and designations of aircraft nuts.
A general description of the safety methods used in aircraft maintenance to secure parts and hardware.