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RAF bomber pilot and second pilot, 1941
RAF bomber pilot and second pilot, 1941
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Two Short Sunderlands rescuing crew, 1940
Two Short Sunderlands rescuing crew, 1940
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Otto Lilienthal makes one of his last flights, 1896 (1956)
Otto Lilienthal makes one of his last flights, 1896 (1956)
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Dropping the Pilot, 1890. Artist: John Tenniel
Dropping the Pilot, 1890. Artist: John Tenniel
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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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Dedication Day - visitors to the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory
Dedication Day - visitors to the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory
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Aviation pioneers at a conference, Langley Field, Virginia, USA, May 23, 1934
Aviation pioneers at a conference, Langley Field, Virginia, USA, May 23, 1934
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Godfrey, Cooper and DeFrance on the Ramp, 1948. Creator: NASA
Godfrey, Cooper and DeFrance on the Ramp, 1948. 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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Scott Crossfield Mach 2 flight. Creator: Unknown
Scott Crossfield Mach 2 flight. Creator: Unknown
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American aviation pioneers Charles M. Manly and Samuel Pierpont Langley, c1890s
American aviation pioneers Charles M. Manly and Samuel Pierpont Langley, c1890s
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Two Short Sunderlands rescuing crew, 1940 Featured Print

Two Short Sunderlands rescuing crew, 1940

An artist's impression of two Short Sunderlands rescuing the crew of the torpedoed merchant ship Kensington Court, 1940. On 18th September 1939 Kensington Court was stopped by U-32 with 13 shots of gunfire about 120 miles west of Lands End. The ship later sunk and the master and 34 crew members were rescued by a Sunderland aircraft. The two pilots, F/Lt Thurston M.W. Smith and F/Lt John Barrett were awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC) for their feat. The Short S.25 Sunderland was a British flying boat patrol bomber developed for the RAF by Short Brothers. It took its name from the town, later city, of Sunderland in northeast England. From Our Air Force published by Ward, Lock & Co., Ltd., 1940

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Amelia Earhart visits NACA, Virginia, USA, Nov. 5, 1928. Creator: Unknown
Amelia Earhart visits NACA, Virginia, USA, Nov. 5, 1928. Creator: Unknown
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Chase plane and remote-piloted test vehicle X-48, USA, 2008. Creator: Lori Losey
Chase plane and remote-piloted test vehicle X-48, USA, 2008. Creator: Lori Losey
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Pilot Neil Armstrong and X-15 #1, 1960. Creator: NASA
Pilot Neil Armstrong and X-15 #1, 1960. Creator: NASA
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Jerrie Cobb testing gimbal rig in the Altitude Wind Tunnel, USA, c1950s. Creator: NASA
Jerrie Cobb testing gimbal rig in the Altitude Wind Tunnel, USA, c1950s. Creator: NASA
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Pilot Joe Walker and the X-1A, California, USA, 1955. Creator: NASA
Pilot Joe Walker and the X-1A, California, USA, 1955. 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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Neta Snook Southern at Ames Research Center, California, USA, 1980. Creator: NASA
Neta Snook Southern at Ames Research Center, California, USA, 1980. Creator: NASA
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Apollo 13 Recovery Area, 1970. Creator: NASA
Apollo 13 Recovery Area, 1970. Creator: NASA
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Scott Crossfield...after the first mach 2 flight, USA, November 20, 1953
Scott Crossfield...after the first mach 2 flight, USA, November 20, 1953
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Wilbur and Orville Wright with Flyer II at Huffman Prairie, Dayton, Ohio, USA, May 1
Wilbur and Orville Wright with Flyer II at Huffman Prairie, Dayton, Ohio, USA, May 1
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Fred Drinkwater congratulating Neil Armstrong, California, USA, February 1964
Fred Drinkwater congratulating Neil Armstrong, California, USA, February 1964
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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 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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Gus Grissom and Milt Thompson with Paresev, California, USA, 1962. Creator: NASA
Gus Grissom and Milt Thompson with Paresev, California, USA, 1962. Creator: NASA
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Fred E. Weick, Tom Hamilton and Charles Lindbergh, USA, June 1927. Creator: Unknown
Fred E. Weick, Tom Hamilton and Charles Lindbergh, USA, June 1927. Creator: Unknown
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Apollo 7 and 8 Crew in the White House, 1968. Creator: NASA
Apollo 7 and 8 Crew in the White House, 1968. Creator: NASA
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Mattingly and Hartsfield Salute President Reagan, Edwards Air Force Base, California, USA
Mattingly and Hartsfield Salute President Reagan, Edwards Air Force Base, California, USA
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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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JATO Flight Test Crew, 1941. Creator: NASA
JATO Flight Test Crew, 1941. Creator: NASA
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Wright Brothers Glider Tests, Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina, USA, October 10, 1902
Wright Brothers Glider Tests, Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina, USA, October 10, 1902
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Flying suit, USAF Thunderbirds, 2006-2007. Creator: Gibson & Barnes
Flying suit, USAF Thunderbirds, 2006-2007. Creator: Gibson & Barnes
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The Pilot, 1886. Creator: Henry Hamilton Bennett
The Pilot, 1886. Creator: Henry Hamilton Bennett
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Airmans Equipment, 1932, (1944). Creator: E. A. Harvey
Airmans Equipment, 1932, (1944). Creator: E. A. Harvey
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Fleet Air Arm pilots, 1943. Creator: Unknown
Fleet Air Arm pilots, 1943. Creator: Unknown
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That Aeroplane Rag, 1911. Creator: John Frew
That Aeroplane Rag, 1911. Creator: John Frew
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Flying suit, USAF Thunderbirds, 2006-2007. Creator: Gibson & Barnes Featured Print

Flying suit, USAF Thunderbirds, 2006-2007. Creator: Gibson & Barnes

Flying suit, USAF Thunderbirds, 2006-2007. Suit worn by Nicole Malachowski of the air demonstration squadron of the United States Air Force. Malachowski was the first female pilot selected to fly as part of the USAF Air Demonstration Squadron, better known as the Thunderbirds. Dark blue nomex one piece coverall with zipper down front; one upper left breast zipper pocket; one zipper pocket on eace lower leg; snap cuffs; attached waist belt; white elastic nylon draws on inside back of suit; drop fall collar; manufacture and care tags on inside right waist; attached epaulets with gold embroidered Major oak leaf rank insignia; white embroidered text over left breast pocket "3, Nicole Malachowski, Right WIng"; sewn-on embroidered U.S.A.F. Thunderbirds insignia on right breast (royal blue phoenix with yellow beak and eye, red disk for a body with a white five point star, four royal blue upper profiles of F-16 formation on white star, black letter script text "Thunderbirds"); sewn-on embroidered fifty star United States national flag on upper left arm

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Amy Johnson broadcasting from Croydon Airport, 1930, (1933). Creator: Unknown
Amy Johnson broadcasting from Croydon Airport, 1930, (1933). Creator: Unknown
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A group onboard sea sled Miss England, 1922. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
A group onboard sea sled Miss England, 1922. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
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Wright WF3W-1 Apache, USA, May 19, 1927. Creator: Unknown
Wright WF3W-1 Apache, USA, May 19, 1927. Creator: Unknown
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Earth Resources 2 pilot at 65,000 feet over Alaska, USA, 2014. Creator: Denis Steele
Earth Resources 2 pilot at 65,000 feet over Alaska, USA, 2014. Creator: Denis Steele
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British aviator Sheila Scott, 1970s. Creator: NASA
British aviator Sheila Scott, 1970s. Creator: NASA
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Giffard Dirigible, 1852. Creator: Perot
Giffard Dirigible, 1852. Creator: Perot
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A Newhaven Pilot's Cottage Door, 1845. Creators: David Octavius Hill, Robert Adamson
A Newhaven Pilot's Cottage Door, 1845. Creators: David Octavius Hill, Robert Adamson
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Ballad of the Involuntary and Voluntary Fall (Ballade vom unfreiwilligen und vom
Ballad of the Involuntary and Voluntary Fall (Ballade vom unfreiwilligen und vom
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1969 Triumph 2500i ( B.M.I.H.T.). Creator: Unknown
1969 Triumph 2500i ( B.M.I.H.T.). Creator: Unknown
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King George V decorates British personnel, Belgium, First World War, 1914-1918, (c1920)
King George V decorates British personnel, Belgium, First World War, 1914-1918, (c1920)
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Air Sickness: Incident with the Royal Flying Corps in France, 1917. Creator: Unknown
Air Sickness: Incident with the Royal Flying Corps in France, 1917. Creator: Unknown
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Amy Johnson, 1930, (1933). Creator: Unknown
Amy Johnson, 1930, (1933). Creator: Unknown
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