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Airplane Toilets are Coated with Teflon. Your Poop Does Not Stick When Vacuumed Down the Toilet Because of This, and Minimal Water is Used.

There is little doubt in most people’s minds that airplane toilets are not like other toilets. You’re not alone in wondering how airplane toilets work. Most people are interested in this, and for a good reason. But did you ever wonder why your poop doesn’t stick on the airplane toilet? Teflon coating is used on …

Airplane Toilets are Coated with Teflon. Your Poop Does Not Stick When Vacuumed Down the Toilet Because of This, and Minimal Water is Used. Read More »

The United States Entered World War II with Just Four Aircraft Carriers and Ended the War with Almost 100 of Different Classes and Types.

Aircraft carriers function as seagoing airbases, with a flight deck and facilities for transporting, arming, deploying, and recovering aircraft. They are typically the capital ships of a fleet because they project air power around the world without relying on local bases for operational support. But did you know that the US only started with 4 …

The United States Entered World War II with Just Four Aircraft Carriers and Ended the War with Almost 100 of Different Classes and Types. Read More »

Boeing B17 Pilots Often Accidentally Raise the Undercarriage After Landing, Destroying the Propellors and Damaging the Underbelly because the Undercarriage Lever and the Flap Lever Look the Same.

The Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress, also known as the Flying Fortress, helped the Allies win World War II, but it had a design flaw that cost many passengers and crew their lives. But did you know that there was a flaw in the design of the Boeing B17 that it caused pilots to cause damage …

Boeing B17 Pilots Often Accidentally Raise the Undercarriage After Landing, Destroying the Propellors and Damaging the Underbelly because the Undercarriage Lever and the Flap Lever Look the Same. Read More »

After an Airline Crash in 2020, Pakistan Airlines Conducted an Investigation and Found Out That 150 Out of Their 434 Pilots Had Bogus or Suspicious Flying Licenses.

Pakistan International Airlines is an international airline that serves as Pakistan’s national flag carrier, reporting to the Secretary to the Government of Pakistan for Aviation. Its primary hub is Karachi’s Jinnah International Airport, with secondary hubs in Lahore’s Allama Iqbal International Airport and Islamabad’s Islamabad International Airport. But did you know this national carrier had …

After an Airline Crash in 2020, Pakistan Airlines Conducted an Investigation and Found Out That 150 Out of Their 434 Pilots Had Bogus or Suspicious Flying Licenses. Read More »

Ewa Wisnierska

Ewa Wisnierska, a German Paraglider, Got Sucked Up by a Cumulonimbus Cloud. She Survived the Harsh Temperature and Oxygen Deprivation.

She was the world’s best female paraglider, defying the odds to compete for the world champion title. However, when German national team member Ewa Wisnierska became engulfed in a massive, violent thunderstorm in the Australian savanna. But do you know what happened when the paraglider Ewa Wisnierska flew right into a storm cloud? Ewa Winierska, …

Ewa Wisnierska, a German Paraglider, Got Sucked Up by a Cumulonimbus Cloud. She Survived the Harsh Temperature and Oxygen Deprivation. Read More »

The Survivors of the Crash Kyushu University

After a Bomber Crashed in Japan in 1945, Eight American Airmen were Taken to Kyushu University Medical School and Dissected Alive.

Performing surgery or medical procedures on a living creature for experimentation is known as vivisection. It is one of the most heinous Japanese torture methods used during the Second World War. But did you know what happened to the eight airmen who crashed in Japan in 1945? Eight American Airmen were taken to Kyushu University …

After a Bomber Crashed in Japan in 1945, Eight American Airmen were Taken to Kyushu University Medical School and Dissected Alive. Read More »

Space Ace

Major Wilbert “Doug” Peterson is the First Space Ace. He Managed to Perform the First and Only Air-to-Space Kill in History by Shooting Down a Satellite with an F-15A Fighter Jet.

The United States Air Force made history on September 13, 1985. The first air-to-space missile was launched on this day, successfully destroying an orbiting satellite. This remarkable achievement gave America the upper hand against the Soviet Union during the US-Soviet Space Race. But did you know about the first space ace? Major Wilbert “Doug” Peterson …

Major Wilbert “Doug” Peterson is the First Space Ace. He Managed to Perform the First and Only Air-to-Space Kill in History by Shooting Down a Satellite with an F-15A Fighter Jet. Read More »

F-111 Fighter Jet was Used to Transport a Donor Heart Across the Country

The F-111 Fighter Jet was Used to Transport a Donor Heart Across the Country in Two Hours. The Heart Came from Oklahoma and Was Transferred to New York City.

Valentine’s Day is typically associated with matters of the heart, but on February 14th, 1986. Sending a Valentine’s Day gift took on a new meaning when a man from New York needed a heart from Oklahoma. But how did the US Air Force help with this ordeal? When a man in New York needed a …

The F-111 Fighter Jet was Used to Transport a Donor Heart Across the Country in Two Hours. The Heart Came from Oklahoma and Was Transferred to New York City. Read More »

Royce Williams

Royce Williams was Engaged in a One-Man Dogfight with Seven MiG-15s That Lasted for 35 Minutes Back in 1952.

Air Combat Maneuvering (ACM), which is also known as a dogfight is the tactical art of moving a fighter aircraft to a position of attack against an enemy aircraft. The real-life Maverick took on seven Soviet jets in a classified Korean War dogfight. But who was the pilot flying the plane against seven MiG-15s? In …

Royce Williams was Engaged in a One-Man Dogfight with Seven MiG-15s That Lasted for 35 Minutes Back in 1952. Read More »

Heinrich Kubis

Heinrich Kubis, the First Flight Attendant in the World, Started Working as a Waiter on a Zeppelin in 1912. He was also Aboard the Hindenburg but Survived the Disaster.

The most common stereotype in aviation is that pilots are only for men, while flight attendants are only for women. But did you know that the first flight attendant in the world was a man?  Heinrich Kubis, the world’s first flight attendant, began working as a waiter on a zeppelin in 1912, was on board …

Heinrich Kubis, the First Flight Attendant in the World, Started Working as a Waiter on a Zeppelin in 1912. He was also Aboard the Hindenburg but Survived the Disaster. Read More »