Team, I was asked to re-post this Ric Edelman radio show item from a few months ago by reader “Neal”, so here it is again. Thanks for asking, Neal. Also, thank you again to Ric Edelman for talking about The Devil Dragon Pilot on his national show. Ric has always been a very strong supporter of the military… Read more »
Many thanks to Bill, a pilot and Ford Stevens fan, who is in France this week. Like other readers, he has been hand carrying a copy of his book around the country and taking photos of it on location. Thank you, Bill! Readers, feel free to follow along on Instagram and join in. My account is… Read more »
Excellent article on the SR-71 Blackbird with rare video footage here. Thanks, NASA!
Readers, Not sure if you caught last month’s headlines, but Lockheed Martin’s Skunk Works announced that their SR-72 program is already in full-swing to construct and fly a follow-on to the great SR-71 Blackbird reconnaissance aircraft. Lockheed told Aviation Week that their high-end tech directorates have been working on special engines (combined cycle propulsion system) that combines a supersonic… Read more »
Readers, There is a terrific television series on the Smithsonian Channel titled “Planes That Changed The World”, featuring everything from the AV-8B Harrier to the SR-71 Blackbird. If you’re a Ford Stevens fan and enjoy reading about military aircraft, you may enjoy this series. This is a summary of Episode 1, copied from their… Read more »
Team, A portion of the Ford Stevens Military-Aviation Thriller Series will continue to go to The Headstrong Project. I am honored Dustin from Headstrong sent out this Twitter feed recently. Thanks, Dustin! For more information on The Headstrong Project, please visit them here. Readers, thanks for supporting veterans! All the best, Cheese… Read more »
The military-aviation book “The Devil Dragon Pilot” focuses on a secret aircraft that can fly at unbelievable speeds with special engines. While not disclosing too much in this positing and ruining it for readers, I thought you might want to understand some of the basic components of an aircraft and some simple aerodynamic concepts. There… Read more »
Get reading with your Book Club! I’m happy to provide a Group Reading Guide for The Devil Dragon Pilot, one that can be downloaded and printed for your use. It involves a few short Q&A questions, followed by ten (10) questions that you can use next time your Book Club meets. The goal for the… Read more »