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An Aerial Cricket Match of the Future, c1918 (1919). Artist: W Heath Robinson
An Aerial Cricket Match of the Future, c1918 (1919). Artist: W Heath Robinson
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Dreadnoughts and hydroplane, British Grand Fleet, North Sea, First World War, 1914
Dreadnoughts and hydroplane, British Grand Fleet, North Sea, First World War, 1914
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Test pilot and engineer, USA, 1920. Creator: Unknown
Test pilot and engineer, USA, 1920. Creator: Unknown
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Paresev 1-A and tow plane with crew and pilot, USA, 1962. Creator: NASA
Paresev 1-A and tow plane with crew and pilot, USA, 1962. Creator: NASA
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Jimmy Doolittle with Curtiss R3C racer, c1925. Creator: Unknown
Jimmy Doolittle with Curtiss R3C racer, c1925. Creator: Unknown
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Paresev 1-A on lakebed with tow plane, USA, 1962. Creator: NASA
Paresev 1-A on lakebed with tow plane, USA, 1962. Creator: NASA
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Wright Flyer test flights at Fort Myer, Virginia, USA, September 3, 1908
Wright Flyer test flights at Fort Myer, Virginia, USA, September 3, 1908
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First flight of Wright brothers aircraft, Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, USA, December 17
First flight of Wright brothers aircraft, Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, USA, December 17
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Orville Wright tests his glider at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, USA, 1911. Creator: NASA
Orville Wright tests his glider at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, USA, 1911. Creator: NASA
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Wright Apache and pilot, Virginia, USA, 1928. Creator: Unknown
Wright Apache and pilot, Virginia, USA, 1928. Creator: Unknown
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Boeing F4B-4, 1933. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co
Boeing F4B-4, 1933. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co
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Model, Static, Ellehammer II, 1956. Creator: Unknown
Model, Static, Ellehammer II, 1956. Creator: Unknown
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Wright Flyer test flights at Fort Myer, Virginia, USA, September 3, 1908 Featured Print

Wright Flyer test flights at Fort Myer, Virginia, USA, September 3, 1908

Wright Flyer test flights at Fort Myer, Virginia, USA, September 3, 1908. In January 1908, as a response to a War Department request for a "Heavier-than-air Flying Machine", the Wright Brothers submitted a bid to design a plane for $25,000. While Wilbur went to Paris to promote the Wright Flyer, Orville designed a plane for the Army Signal Corps. From September 3-17, Orville performed test flights at Fort Myer. On September 17th a split propeller caused the plane to crash, injuring Orville and killing his passenger, Lieutenant Thomas Selfridge. In spite of the crash the Army believed that the Wright plane would work. In July 1909, when Orville was able to fly again, he completed the test flights and surpassed all the Army's requirements for a military plane: to carry a passenger for at least 125 miles at a speed of 40 miles per hour and stay aloft for at least one hour, easily transportable, controllable and steerable at all times and in all directions, and land without damage. On August 2, 1909, the Signal Corps accepted the Wright Flyer as the world's first military aircraft, naming it Signal Corps Airplane No. 1

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Model, Static, Wright C, 1953. Creator: Charles H. Hubbell
Model, Static, Wright C, 1953. Creator: Charles H. Hubbell
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Model, Static, Wright Glider, 1953. Creator: Charles H. Hubbell
Model, Static, Wright Glider, 1953. Creator: Charles H. Hubbell
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Model, Static, 1905 Wright Flyer, 1953. Creator: Joseph D. Fallo
Model, Static, 1905 Wright Flyer, 1953. Creator: Joseph D. Fallo
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Model, Static, Wright EX 'Vin Fiz', 1951. Creator: Charles H. Hubbell
Model, Static, Wright EX "Vin Fiz", 1951. Creator: Charles H. Hubbell
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Boeing-Stearman N2S-5 Kaydet, 1943. Creator: Boeing-Stearman
Boeing-Stearman N2S-5 Kaydet, 1943. Creator: Boeing-Stearman
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Curtiss Model E Flying Boat (hull only), 1913. Creator: Curtiss Aeroplane
Curtiss Model E Flying Boat (hull only), 1913. Creator: Curtiss Aeroplane
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Model, Static, Curtiss D, ca. 1940. Creator: Charles H. Hubbell
Model, Static, Curtiss D, ca. 1940. Creator: Charles H. Hubbell
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Model, Static, Laird LC-DW Solution, ca. 1939. Creator: Unknown
Model, Static, Laird LC-DW Solution, ca. 1939. Creator: Unknown
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Model, Static, Wright 'R', ca. 1940. Creator: Charles H. Hubbell
Model, Static, Wright "R", ca. 1940. Creator: Charles H. Hubbell
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Mignet HM.14 Pou du Ciel 'La Cucaracha', 1935. Creator: Edward Nirmaier
Mignet HM.14 Pou du Ciel "La Cucaracha", 1935. Creator: Edward Nirmaier
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Model, Static, Henri Farman, 1933. Creator: James E. Reeves
Model, Static, Henri Farman, 1933. Creator: James E. Reeves
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Curtiss D-III Headless Pusher, 1912. Creator: Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company
Curtiss D-III Headless Pusher, 1912. Creator: Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company
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Curtiss Model E Flying Boat (hull only), 1913. Creator: Curtiss Aeroplane Featured Print

Curtiss Model E Flying Boat (hull only), 1913. Creator: Curtiss Aeroplane

Hull of a Curtiss Model E Flying Boat. Full-size aircraft was a single-engine, two-seat, biplane with a pusher engine mounted above and behind the pilot between the wings; 90-horsepower Curtiss OX V8 engine. Dark green finish. In 1911, Glenn Curtiss was awarded the prestigious Collier Trophy for the development of the hydroaeroplane, a land airplane mounted on floats. In 1913, Curtiss developed the first practical and highly successful flying boat, the Model E, with the entire fuselage being a hull rather than mounting the aircraft on floats. The later Model F perfected the flying boat design with the incorporation of a V hull, supplanting the less efficient flat-bottomed hull of the Model E. Among the Curtiss Model E Flying Boats produced in 1913 was one sold to Logan A. "Jack" Vilas of Chicago. Vilas Model E was powered by a 90-horsepower Curtiss OX engine. With this aircraft, Vilas made the first crossing of Lake Michigan, flying from St. Joseph, Michigan, to Grant Park on Chicago's waterfront in July 1913. Vilas donated the hull of his Model E Flying Boat to the Smithsonian Institution in 1949. Nothing else of the aircraft survives

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De Havilland DH-4, 1917-1918. Creator: Dayton-Wright Company
De Havilland DH-4, 1917-1918. Creator: Dayton-Wright Company
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Voisin Type 8, 1916-1918. Creator: Voisin Aeroplane Co
Voisin Type 8, 1916-1918. Creator: Voisin Aeroplane Co
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Bücker Bü-133C Jungmeister, 1935-1971. Creator: Bucker Flugzeugbau
Bücker Bü-133C Jungmeister, 1935-1971. Creator: Bucker Flugzeugbau
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Huff-Daland Duster, 1925. Creator: Huff-Daland
Huff-Daland Duster, 1925. Creator: Huff-Daland
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Ecker Flying Boat, 1912-1913. Creator: Herman A. Ecker
Ecker Flying Boat, 1912-1913. Creator: Herman A. Ecker
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Model of a French aircraft, First World War, 1914-1919. Creator: Unknown
Model of a French aircraft, First World War, 1914-1919. Creator: Unknown
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Model, Static, Wright Type A, 1953. Creator: Charles J. Newcomb
Model, Static, Wright Type A, 1953. Creator: Charles J. Newcomb
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Baldwin Red Devil, 1909-1913. Creator: Thomas Scott Baldwin
Baldwin Red Devil, 1909-1913. Creator: Thomas Scott Baldwin
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Model, Static, Grumman F3F-1, ca. 1935. Creator: Unknown
Model, Static, Grumman F3F-1, ca. 1935. Creator: Unknown
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Model, Static, Curtiss Hydroaeroplane, 1938. Creators: Paul R
Model, Static, Curtiss Hydroaeroplane, 1938. Creators: Paul R
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Wright EX Vin Fiz, 1911. Creator: Wright Company
Wright EX Vin Fiz, 1911. Creator: Wright Company
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Model, Static, Wright Model B, ca. 1932. Creator: Roderic Davis
Model, Static, Wright Model B, ca. 1932. Creator: Roderic Davis
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Voisin Type 8, 1916-1918. Creator: Voisin Aeroplane Co Featured Print

Voisin Type 8, 1916-1918. Creator: Voisin Aeroplane Co

Single-engine, two-seat French World War I pusher biplane bomber aircraft; 220 horsepower Peugeot 8Aa engine. Silver finish overall. Gabriel and Charles Voisin were among Europe's leading pioneer aviators. Their classic 1907 pusher biplane was one of the most significant aircraft of the pre-World War I era. In 1912, they developed a military version. Thereafter they built aircraft almost exclusively for military contracts. The Voisin 1912 Type, as it was referred to by the French military, also called the Type 1, launched the standard configuration of almost all Voisin aircraft throughout the war. The Voisin design philosophy was conservative. There were only slight, incremental design changes in the airframes during the war. Improvements principally consisted of installing more powerful engines, usually necessitating wings of greater span. The Voisin Type 8 entered service with French night bombing squadrons in November 1916. NASM's Voisin Type 8 is the oldest surviving aircraft that was specifically designed as a bomber. When manufactured in February 1916, it was equipped as a night bomber, with internal bomb racks, cockpit lights, and provision for landing lights

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Curtiss Ely Propeller, fixed-pitch, two-blade, wood and metal, 1911
Curtiss Ely Propeller, fixed-pitch, two-blade, wood and metal, 1911
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Curtiss R3C-2, 1925. Creator: Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company
Curtiss R3C-2, 1925. Creator: Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company
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Fokker D.VII, 1918. Creator: Ostdeutsche Albatros Werke GmbH
Fokker D.VII, 1918. Creator: Ostdeutsche Albatros Werke GmbH
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Stopwatch, Douglas World Cruiser, 1924. Creator: Unknown
Stopwatch, Douglas World Cruiser, 1924. Creator: Unknown
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Monkey mascot, Douglas World Cruiser souvenir, 1924. Creator: Unknown
Monkey mascot, Douglas World Cruiser souvenir, 1924. Creator: Unknown
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Curtiss JN-4D Jenny, 1917-1925. Creator: Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company
Curtiss JN-4D Jenny, 1917-1925. Creator: Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company
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Farman Sport, 1924. Creators: Henri Farman, Maurice Farman, H.& M
Farman Sport, 1924. Creators: Henri Farman, Maurice Farman, H.& M
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Stits SA-2A Sky Baby, 1950s. Creator: Ray Stits
Stits SA-2A Sky Baby, 1950s. Creator: Ray Stits
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Grumman G-22 Gulfhawk II, 1936. Creator: Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
Grumman G-22 Gulfhawk II, 1936. Creator: Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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Fleet Model 2, 1929. Creator: Unknown
Fleet Model 2, 1929. Creator: Unknown
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Sopwith F.1 Camel, ca. 1917. Creator: Sopwith Aviation Company
Sopwith F.1 Camel, ca. 1917. Creator: Sopwith Aviation Company
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Medical kit carried aboard the Douglas World Cruiser by Lt. Lowell Smith, c. 1924
Medical kit carried aboard the Douglas World Cruiser by Lt. Lowell Smith, c. 1924
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