Renewal forms, both PDF (for mail-in) and web store, are now available. Mike O'Neal promises another packed year of content, and is pushing to get all the way back on track. He and his team of Issue Editors are hard at work on the next four issues even as I write. So renew now and ensure you get the next year uninterrupted. It's still a bargain at a base price of $65/year (US 4th Class Mail; don't forget to select the appropriate mail option for your location and desired delivery speed). To add a note of realism here, I chose the First Class option, and received Vol. 35 #4 in mid-February while Board members who opted for 4th Class mail were still waiting for Vol. 35 #3. Not us, folks - that's the U. S. Postal Service, who are now charging not for delivery but for storage.
What is in store for 2021? We’re hoping that we can put together an in-person seminar, but that’s still up in the air. We will be publishing more great content. Upcoming articles, at least some of which will appear in 2021, include Lt. Arthur Billard, 13th Aero Squadron; Native Americans in the US Air Service; short histories of one or more of Escadrilles SPA 92, SPA 98, SPA 157; Winslow’s first victory photo essay; accident analysis at Issoudun; Reminiscences of Oskar Kuppinger, bomber observer; Gotha Hunters – A History of 44 Squadron RFC/RAF; and much more.