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Martin 4-333, Inverted In-line 4 Engine, ca. 1930. Creator: Martin Motors Company
Martin 4-333, Inverted In-line 4 Engine, ca. 1930. Creator: Martin Motors Company
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General Electric XT700-GE-700 Turboshaft Engine, ca. 1974
General Electric XT700-GE-700 Turboshaft Engine, ca. 1974
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Kreider-Reisner C-4C Challenger, ca. 1929. Creator: Kreider-Reisner
Kreider-Reisner C-4C Challenger, ca. 1929. Creator: Kreider-Reisner
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Piper J-3 Cub, 1937-1947. Creator: Piper Aircraft Corp
Piper J-3 Cub, 1937-1947. Creator: Piper Aircraft Corp
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Beechcraft D18S Twin Beech, 1937-1969. Creator: Beech Aircraft Corporation
Beechcraft D18S Twin Beech, 1937-1969. Creator: Beech Aircraft Corporation
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Piper J-2 Cub, 1931. Creator: Piper Aircraft Corp
Piper J-2 Cub, 1931. Creator: Piper Aircraft Corp
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Model, Aircraft Carrier, USS Enterprise, 1982. Creator: Stephen W. Henninger
Model, Aircraft Carrier, USS Enterprise, 1982. Creator: Stephen W. Henninger
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Frankfort TG-1A (Cinema), 1930s. Creator: Frankfort Sailplane Company
Frankfort TG-1A (Cinema), 1930s. Creator: Frankfort Sailplane Company
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Rolls-Royce RB211-22 Turbofan Engine, Cutaway, 1973. Creator: Rolls-Royce
Rolls-Royce RB211-22 Turbofan Engine, Cutaway, 1973. Creator: Rolls-Royce
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Monocoupe 110 Special, 1941. Creator: Monocoupe Airplane Co
Monocoupe 110 Special, 1941. Creator: Monocoupe Airplane Co
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Beechcraft C17L Staggerwing, 1932-1948. Creator: Beech Aircraft Corporation
Beechcraft C17L Staggerwing, 1932-1948. Creator: Beech Aircraft Corporation
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Model, Static, Douglas DC-7 Mainliner, United Air Lines, ca. 1955. Creator: Unknown
Model, Static, Douglas DC-7 Mainliner, United Air Lines, ca. 1955. Creator: Unknown
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Beechcraft D18S Twin Beech, 1937-1969. Creator: Beech Aircraft Corporation Featured Image

Beechcraft D18S Twin Beech, 1937-1969. Creator: Beech Aircraft Corporation

N522B. Twin-engine business, feeder airline, and military transport monoplane. Two Pratt & Whitney Wasp, Jr. engines. Six passengers, two crew members. Low-wing, tailwheel design. The Beechcraft Model 18 made its first demonstration flight in 1937 and production continued for an impressive thirty-two years, with move than 9,000 aircraft built. The low-wing, all-metal, twin-engine monoplane was originally intended as a six-to-eight passenger executive or feeder airline transport, but eventually thirty-two versions were built. The highly adaptable design became a mail plane, a utility aircraft, and a distance and speed record breaker. Military versions included personnel transport, photo reconnaissance, and trainers for navigators and bombardiers. The success of the Beech 18 ensured the success of Beech Aircraft Corporation throughout the 1940s. Beech introduced the D-18S model in October 1945, with structural modifications for increased payload and new engines and landing gear. Mike Mitchell operated N522B as an air ambulance for fifteen years, flying it a million and one-quarter miles and transporting nearly fifteen thousand patients

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Lockheed U-2C, 1955. Creator: Lockheed Aircraft Corporation
Lockheed U-2C, 1955. Creator: Lockheed Aircraft Corporation
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De Havilland-Canada DHC-1A Chipmunk, Pennzoil Special, 1946
De Havilland-Canada DHC-1A Chipmunk, Pennzoil Special, 1946
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Hiller XH-44 Hiller-Copter, 1943-1945. Creator: United Helicopters Incorporated
Hiller XH-44 Hiller-Copter, 1943-1945. Creator: United Helicopters Incorporated
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Bell 206L-1 LongRanger II 'Spirit of Texas', 1982
Bell 206L-1 LongRanger II "Spirit of Texas", 1982
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Rutan Quickie, 1970s. Creator: Scaled Composites
Rutan Quickie, 1970s. Creator: Scaled Composites
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Naval Aircraft Factory N3N-3, 1941. Creator: Naval Aircraft Factory
Naval Aircraft Factory N3N-3, 1941. Creator: Naval Aircraft Factory
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Lockheed Vega 'Winnie Mae', 1930. Creator: Lockheed Aircraft Corporation
Lockheed Vega "Winnie Mae", 1930. Creator: Lockheed Aircraft Corporation
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Pratt & Whitney Wasp Jr. R-985-AN-14B 'Dancing Engine', 1942
Pratt & Whitney Wasp Jr. R-985-AN-14B "Dancing Engine", 1942
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AN 5740 Navigation watch, ca. 1940s. Creator: Hamilton Watch Co
AN 5740 Navigation watch, ca. 1940s. Creator: Hamilton Watch Co
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Headphones, Radio, Lockheed Sirius 'Tingmissartoq', Lindbergh, 1931-1933
Headphones, Radio, Lockheed Sirius "Tingmissartoq", Lindbergh, 1931-1933
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1909 Wright Military Flyer, 1909. Creator: Wright Brothers
1909 Wright Military Flyer, 1909. Creator: Wright Brothers
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Box with scene showing Clayton's Ascent, after 1835. Creator: Unknown
Box with scene showing Clayton's Ascent, after 1835. Creator: Unknown
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1909 Wright Military Flyer, 1909. Creator: Wright Brothers Featured Image

1909 Wright Military Flyer, 1909. Creator: Wright Brothers

Canard biplane with one 30-to-40-horsepower Wright vertical four-cylinder engine driving two pusher propellers via sprocket-and-chain transmission system. No wheels; skids for landing gear. Natural fabric finish; no sealant or paint of any kind. The 1909 Wright Military Flyer is the world's first military airplane. In 1908, the U.S. Army Signal Corps sought competitive bids for a two-seat observation aircraft. Winning designs had to meet a number specified performance standards. Flight trials with the Wrights entry began at Fort Myer, Virginia, on September 3, 1908. After several days of successful flights, tragedy occurred on September 17, when Orville Wright crashed with Lt. Thomas E. Selfridge, the Army's observer, as his passenger. Orville survived with severe injuries, but Selfridge was killed, becoming the first fatality in a powered airplane. On June 3, 1909, the Wrights returned to Fort Myer with a new airplane to complete the trials begun in 1908. Satisfying all requirements, the Army purchased the airplane for $30,000, and conducted flight training with it at nearby College Park, Maryland, and at Fort Sam Houston, in San Antonio, Texas, in 1910

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1900 Wright Glider (reproduction), 2003. Creator: Ken Hyde
1900 Wright Glider (reproduction), 2003. Creator: Ken Hyde
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Travel Air D4D, 1929. Creator: Travel Air Company
Travel Air D4D, 1929. Creator: Travel Air Company
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Pioneer RQ-2A UAV, 1985. Creator: Pioneer UAV Inc
Pioneer RQ-2A UAV, 1985. Creator: Pioneer UAV Inc
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Gondola, Breitling Orbiter 3, 1990s. Creator: Cameron Balloons
Gondola, Breitling Orbiter 3, 1990s. Creator: Cameron Balloons
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Sopwith 7F.1 Snipe, 1918. Creator: Sopwith Aviation Company
Sopwith 7F.1 Snipe, 1918. Creator: Sopwith Aviation Company
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Lawrance J-1, Radial 9 Engine, ca. 1922. Creator: Wright Aeronautical
Lawrance J-1, Radial 9 Engine, ca. 1922. Creator: Wright Aeronautical
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Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15 (Ji-2) FAGOT B, 1947. Creator: Mikoyan-Gurevich
Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15 (Ji-2) FAGOT B, 1947. Creator: Mikoyan-Gurevich
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General Motors X-250, Radial 4 (8) Engine, ca. 1940. Creator: General Motors
General Motors X-250, Radial 4 (8) Engine, ca. 1940. Creator: General Motors
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Detroit Horizontally-Opposed 2-Cylinder Engine, ca. 1910-11
Detroit Horizontally-Opposed 2-Cylinder Engine, ca. 1910-11
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Lear Jet 23, 1964-1966. Creator: Learjet
Lear Jet 23, 1964-1966. Creator: Learjet
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Douglas M-2, 1936. Creator: Douglas Aircraft Company
Douglas M-2, 1936. Creator: Douglas Aircraft Company
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5c Buffalo Balloon imperforate vertical pair, 1877. Creator: Unknown
5c Buffalo Balloon imperforate vertical pair, 1877. Creator: Unknown
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Sopwith 7F.1 Snipe, 1918. Creator: Sopwith Aviation Company Featured Image

Sopwith 7F.1 Snipe, 1918. Creator: Sopwith Aviation Company

Single-engine, single-seat, British-built World War I biplane fighter; 230 horsepower Bentley B.R.2 engine; Olive drab upper surfaces, gray and olive drab fuselage, buff under surfaces. In the spring of 1917, Britain's most famous World War I fighter, the Sopwith Camel, made its debut. Shortly after deliveries to front-line squadrons of the Camel began, Sopwith designed a new single-seat fighter called the Snipe. The new airplane was simply intended to be a derivation of the Camel, with improved visibility for the pilot, and gentler handling qualities, more reminiscent of the earlier Sopwith Pup. After nearly a year in development, the new fighter went into production in spring 1918, and the first examples arrived in squadron service on August 30 of that year. The Snipe was well-liked by those who flew it, but many Camel pilots, having mastered the tricky habits of their previous mount, were reluctant to relinquish the Camel's superior combat maneuverability for the Snipe's more stable flight characteristics. Snipes generally were used for escort work, but the airplane could be equipped with four 9 kg (20 lb) Cooper bombs beneath the fuselage

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Portrait of Albert Francis Zahm (1862-1954), 1914. Creator: Charles Doolittle Walcott
Portrait of Albert Francis Zahm (1862-1954), 1914. Creator: Charles Doolittle Walcott
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Le Geant, Champ de Mars, October 18, 1863, probably printed 1880/89. Creator: Nadar
Le Geant, Champ de Mars, October 18, 1863, probably printed 1880/89. Creator: Nadar
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Le Neptune, Place Saint-Pierre à Montmartre, September 23, 1870. Creator: Nadar
Le Neptune, Place Saint-Pierre à Montmartre, September 23, 1870. Creator: Nadar
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Interior of Le Géant Inflating, 1863. Creator: Nadar
Interior of Le Géant Inflating, 1863. Creator: Nadar
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Poster showing types of British and German aircraft, 1915, (1944). Creator: Unknown
Poster showing types of British and German aircraft, 1915, (1944). Creator: Unknown
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Claude Grahame-White hydroplane, 1912. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
Claude Grahame-White hydroplane, 1912. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
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Supermarine Spitfire Mk Vb, 1941. Artist: Chas Brown
Supermarine Spitfire Mk Vb, 1941. Artist: Chas Brown
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Training aircraft used by Tuskegee Institute, ca. 1944. Creator: Unknown
Training aircraft used by Tuskegee Institute, ca. 1944. Creator: Unknown
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The Celebrated Vincent.., 1784. Creator: Francesco Bartolozzi
The Celebrated Vincent.., 1784. Creator: Francesco Bartolozzi
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The Seconda Macchina for the Chinea of 1785: A Pleasure Palace with an Air Balloon, 1785
The Seconda Macchina for the Chinea of 1785: A Pleasure Palace with an Air Balloon, 1785
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American Sparrow Hawk, 1832. Creator: Robert Havell
American Sparrow Hawk, 1832. Creator: Robert Havell
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A Place of Delight with an Aerial Balloon, for the 'Chinea' Festival, 1785
A Place of Delight with an Aerial Balloon, for the "Chinea" Festival, 1785
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