Mark Frankel's look at Heinemann's little delta is greatly augmented by the huge storehouse of Skyray facts and photos accumulated by longtime Ford historian Nick Williams, who wrote several informative stories for the American Aviation Historical Society Journal.
What does AAHS stand for?
AAHS stands for American Aviation Historical Society
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We have 34 other meanings of AAHS in our Acronym Attic
- Alabama Association of Housing and Redevelopment Authorities (Auburn, AL)
- Aquatic Animal Health Research Institute (Kasetsart University, Thailand)
- Atlantic Aboriginal Health Research Program (Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada)
- Association for the Accreditation of Human Research Protection Programs, Inc.
- Air Academy High School (Colorado Springs, CO)
- Altoona Area High School (Altoona, PA)
- Ambridge Area High School (Pennsylvania)
- American Association for Hand Surgery
- American Association of Horsemanship Safety
- American Association of Hospitality Services
- Americans against Horse Slaughter
- Americans against Human Suffering
- Applied, Abductive, Heuristic Synchronicity
- Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society (University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona)
- Aromatic Acid: H+ Symporter
- Associate of Arts in Human Services (degree)
- Athens Area High School (Pennsylvania)
- American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (formerly American Association of Homes for the Aging, AAHA)
- ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Alliance of Health Supplement Associations (est. 2006)
- Austin Area Human Services Association (Texas)
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The article appeared in the American Aviation Historical Society Journal entitled: "Trans World Airlines: The Creation of a Global Airline by Jack Frye and Other Founders," LIII (Fall.
A member of the American Aviation Historical Society, the League of World War I Aviation Historians; and the Military Writers Society of America; Phil Stewart has applied his considerable research skills to amass a body of information with respect to identifying and listing more than 2,5000 individual sciences of filmed aerial action that took place in the skies of the European theatre during World War I as military aircraft evolved from crude observation platforms to attack vehicles for airborne as well as land-based targets.