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The Light Side of Aviation

Aviation Humor

Aviation Comics and Cartoons by Michael and Stefan Strasser
  1. To the moon

    Last week, we celebrated the 50-year anniversary of the moon landing. It was a wee bit before my time but I am sure I would have been equally riveted watching this as I was watching the Shuttle Launches. What a
  2. Blinker fluid

    We’ve all heard at least of one of these items. Rotor-Wash, Blinker Fluid, Muffler Bearings … The names and places of this practical joke story getting way out of hand will be altered to protect the innocent. This one time,
  3. A storm is coming

    I am very lucky to live in a meteorologically and geologically boring place of the world. We rarely have earthquakes, and if we do, they’re usually minor. There are no volcanos, we don’t get hurricanes, and I don’t even live
  4. Classified work

    I was just working on a design project for a client while listening to the Joe Rogan podcast with Bob Lazar, a scientist who worked on classified projects in Area 51 and talked about it to the public, when suddenly,

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1723 McCollum Pkwy NW, Kennesaw, GA 30144

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