In this classic aviation memoir, Ernest K. Gann provides an incredible perspective straight from the cockpit. He shares the most memorable moments from his days as a commercial pilot in the 1930’s, and as a member of the Air Transport Command during World War II.
Richard Bach artfully describes the beauty of flight in this collection of short stories. This book will inspire even the most grounded individuals to consider the magic of flight.
An epic story of courage, heroism and tragedy, The Aviators tells the stories of three incredible aviators during the first and second World Wars. The Aviators is a fascinating tale of war heroes similar to that of Flyboys and Unbroken.
This book recounts the truly incredible encounter between two enemy pilots over war-torn Germany. The aeronautical bond between Franz and Charlie reminds readers that chivalry exists and that Hitler could not eliminate compassion from all of his countrymen.
This is the incredible inside story of man’s first journey to the moon. Robert Kurson uses an engaging blend of historical perspective and intimate detail to recount NASA’s mission and the brave astronauts who flew into space.
As the terrorist attack unfolded on 9/11/2001, pilots in the air were informed that U.S. airspace was closed. Jim DeFede shares the story of the flights that couldn’t land in America on that tragic day.
At a time when Americans were riveted by airplane racing, five young women fought their way into the sport. Fly Girls tells the story of these trail-blazing women and the challenges they faced in pursuing their aviation dreams.
In this aviation tale, David McCullough chronicles the fascinating personal history of the Wright brothers. He provides surprising details about the brothers’ lives and ultimate discovery at Kitty Hawk.