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The Spirit of Santa Monica Douglas DC-3 Monument - A Tribute to Donald Douglas Senior

In 1927 the Douglas Aircraft Corporation was established in Santa Monica, California by Donald Wills Douglas Senior (April 6th, 1892 – February 1st, 1981). His impact on the aviation industry was legendary (please see my… 304 more words


Jerome C. Hunsaker and the Development of Aviation in America

I gained a new appreciation for Jerome Clarke Hunsaker (1886-1984) at the recent NACA Centenary Symposium held in Washington on March 3 and 4, 2015. His fingerprints are all over the history of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics and the larger aviation efforts in the United States for much of the first century of flight. 953 more words


NHSO searching for missing man Donald Douglas - WECT TV6-WECT.com:News, weather & sports Wilmington, NC

NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC (WECT) – The New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office is currently searching for a missing man last seen May 13.

According to the NHSO, Donald Douglas was last seen on May 13 when he was released from the New Hanover County Detention Facility.


Upon Further Reflection On The Whole Caleb Hannan Mess.

So yeah, I got pretty pissed about that Grantland article and vented out the results of a weekend dwelling on horrid thoughts. Over the next few days I found myself tangling with the Right Wing blogosphere on the subject, because I… 66 more words

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Notes On The Big Four

Rating: 3.5-4 out of five

Year of Publication: 1927

Motive for Murder: Power


Four is English and a master of disguise. Posing as the keeper of an Asylum centre, he sees Hercule Poirot and Captain Hastings about the dead man in the Belgian’s flat. 2,258 more words

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Long Island economy to take hit with Northrop Grumman cuts

Northrop Grumman, Long Island’s largest job provider, announced that it would be moving 850 jobs from Long Island to Florida and California.  Grumman has been a leading provider of aeronautical military equipment since the 1930s.  287 more words