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A Love for Christmas, and Memories of a Bygone Era, Mark Worlds Created by Train Enthusiasts

Jim Buydos grew up playing with a model train in the basement of his home, and then went on to serve in the U.S. Army’s reserve 729th railway operating battalion in New Haven. So about 35 years ago, when his … Continue reading

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US troops killed in plane crashes skyrockets in 2017

US Navy calls off search for three missing sailors Lucas Tomlinson has the details. Even before the Navy cargo plane crash Wednesday, the number of U.S. troops killed in plane crashes had skyrocketed this year along with the total number … Continue reading

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Toy train takes columnist down Memory Lane – Shelbyville Times

My son bought an early Christmas present for his three nieces this week and brought it over to the house. It is a battery operated train set that he originally thought we could put around our Christmas tree. We decided … Continue reading

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TransMagic Solves Problems for Organizations That Work with Heterogenous CAD Model Formats and Managing …

Westminster, CO, December 12, 2017 –(PR.com)– Lessons learned from The Danse, a digital arts company, that can benefit any product development team. The Danse is an engineering company, but they do not manufacture a product you can put your hands … Continue reading

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A Remote Controlled Air-Plane

The Air Hogs Sky Shark was a free-flying model airplane powered by compressed air. When it was released in the late ’90s, it was a fairly innovative toy featuring a strikingly novel compressed air engine made entirely out of injection … Continue reading

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Drone Sightings on the Rise in U.S. | Business Aviation News …

Reports from pilots, citizens, and law enforcement of unmanned aircraft sightings in restricted airspace, or other apparent violations, continue to increase dramatically in the U.S., with the FAA receiving more than 180 such reports each month. There have been 1,696 … Continue reading

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Ask the Captain: Safety risks from lithium ion batteries – WKYC

Question: Battery issues on the Boeing 787 Dreamliner were in the news a few years ago, but there has been little information on the changes that were made and why Boeing now feels the problems have been addressed. What are … Continue reading

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