A life's images
An historic flight
Barry's retirement flight
Barry's U-2 flight
A life's images
|Barry after flying TWA's only and original Lockheed 12A Electra Junior (2006).|
|Barry after his first flight in a Curtiss-Wright Junior (2005).|
|Interviewing Stelio Frati, designer of the Siai Marchetti SF 260 in Italy (1967).|
|Instructing his son, Paul, in a Grob 103 sailplane in Hawaii (1999).|
|Interviewing Jim Robertson, designer of the Robertson STOL kits (1967).|
|Barry as a teenager with actor Jimmy Stewart before the filming of The Spirit of St. Louis began (1955).|
|Barry and one of his early students, actress Jill St. John (1956).|| |
| ||Barry consummating the sale of his publishing company to Elrey Jeppesen (1963).|
|Getting checked out in Fifi, the world's only airworthy B-29 Superfortress (2011).|
|Barry and his first officer enjoying a sunset flight from Los Angeles to Honolulu (1995).|
|Barry in the cockpit of a T-6.|| |
| ||His first grandchild, Brett (1998).
|Barry addressing the media and other invited guests at the National Air and Space Museum (1994).|| |
| ||Barry's American Champion Explorer (Citabria).
|Teaching the principles of tricycle vs. tail-dragging aircraft using a
tricycle, of course (for ABC's Wide World of Flying, 1987).|| |
| ||Barry in the SR-71 Blackbird simulator at Edwards Air Force Base (1993).|
|Interviewing Apollo 11 astronaut, Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin, Jr., about his flight to the moon (1973). || |
| ||Barry posing for a cover shot for Proficient Pilot, Volume 1.|
|On the flight deck of his favorite jetliner, the Lockheed L-1011 (1994).|| |
| ||Barry with actor, Steven Macht, on the set of "Disaster on|
Potomac" (an NBC docudrama, 1984).
|Barry (seated) and friend, Richard Somers, editing an in-flight tape recording for Barry's aviation publishing business, Aero-Progress, Inc., in 1960.|| |
|Barry and his boyhood idol, Roy Rogers (1992).
|Getting checked out in Texas Raiders, a B-17 belonging to the Commemorative Air Force (2012).|| |
|Barry with his wife, Dorie, following his induction as a "Living Legend of
Aviation" in 2012.|