|Jan 07, 2003, 11:03 AM|
3 upcoming episodes of Nova on PBS deal with aviation
Someone I believe had mentioned this before...I just happened to check TVguide.com this morning or I would have missed it.
Tonight (Tuesday 7 Jan 2003) on Nova on you local PBS station is "Spies That Fly" about UAVs.
Next week on Tuesday 14 Jan 2003 is "Last Flight of Bomber 31" “Last Flight of Bomber 31” explores what might have happened to a U.S. Navy bomber that disappeared over the Bering Sea during World War II.
On February 14th there will be a show on the Joint Strike Fighter competition. There's also an article on the same subject in the new Air and Space Smithsonian magazine (Jan 2003 issue).
There are two more shows but they wont be shown until the fall.
This is small nuggets to us non Wings channel people quenched!
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