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Earth Rounder

It was 1988 in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Phil Greth and his '56 G-35 Bonanza had flown in and out of the city countless times.

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Doughnuts

Anyone who has ever watched an airliner land and noticed the puff of blue smoke that appears the moment the wheels suddenly spin up from zero to somewhere upwards of 140 miles an hour (to use ground-pounder units) must wonder at the abuse those poor tires must take (as well as wondering why they don’t spin them up to somewhere around that speed, first). Heck, the tires on even our own little bug-smashers take quite a pounding, and I don’t mean from bounced landings, either.

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Don’t Touch That Prop!

The title gives this one away, but it is still worth explaining how it happened, so you can avoid having a similar problem in your life.

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