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A Feather in His Cap
On September 30, 1905, bird photographer Alfred Donald Trounson, OAM, was born. He spent most of his life as a British diplomat on government assignments in Italy and New York. At his last posting in Australia, the song of a … Continue reading
On September 29, 1925, aerodynamics engineer Paul MacCready was born. As a teen, he built model airplanes and gliders, won competitions with his own designs, and qualified for his pilot’s licence. A few years later, as a doctoral student in … Continue reading