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The Akutan Zero is inspected by US Navy personnel on Akutan Island on 11 July 1942.
Lt. Walter L. Chewning effecting pilot rescue aboard USS Enterprise, 10 November 1943.
A circa 2010 photo looking east at a Cessna 172 on final approach to was supposedly the first & only landing at Skyline Peak Airport.
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The aircraft (pictured in the 1930s) was instrumental in fighting off the Luftwaffe during
The plane (left) took part in the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight and is
The first XP-55 lies inverted following a crash during flight testing.
The Lockheed P-38 Lightning
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Two Avro Ansons after emergency landing in Brocklesby, New South Wales, 29 September 1940.
A 2014 aerial view looking southwest at the Fields of the Wood Airfield shows that the northeast portion was paved, and the remainder grass.
A3D-1 crash on USS Forrestal (CVA-59).
World War II fighter plane buried under sand and waves on a UK beach
This incredible drone footage shows the historic remains of a plane which crashed on the moors
Spitfire LF Mk IX, MH434 being flown by Ray Hanna in 2005: This aircraft shot down a Focke-Wulf Fw 190 in 1943 while serving with No. 222 Squadron RAF.
404 Martin Passenger Plane Tail Number 4244S Still Sporting is Pro-Air Colors and Logs
More than 20,000 of the aircraft were made during the Second World War to fight off
Crash site of a Kadena Air Base F-100D Super Sabre, 30 June 1959
404 Martin Passenger Plane 4255S Current Resting Spot
A 2009 aerial view looking southwest at Skyline Peak Airport.
Stephen Brooks (far left) will be one of the pilots undertaking the mammoth round
U.S. Army personnel remove bodies from the wreckage of General Frank Maxwell Andrews' B-24D after it struck a mountain side in Iceland, 3 May 1943.
A 1945 photo of Robert Wilson in front of a Piper Cub at Wilmington Island Airport.
Second XP-77 prototype, 43-34916, which was lost during Air Proving
In action: More than 2,500 Fairey Barracudas were built during the Forties and the plane
A circa 1972 photo of Jimmy Hamilton & a Beech Baron in front of the hangar of Perry Flying Service at Brunswick Airport.
Remains of the twin-engine plane after a crash and fire following takeoff from Torrance
A May 1971 photo of N15696, a 1936 Bucker Bu-133B Jungmeister, serial #42 at Lakehurst.
Abandoned Air Plane Sitting Abandoned Hangar
The two pilots bought the silver Mark IX Spitfire at an auction and restored it to
Grumman F3F-2, BuNo 0976, restored and displayed at the National Museum of
Liberator Mark I, following conversion in 1941 as an anti-submarine aircraft
A circa 1960s photo by Jimmy Hamilton of a variety of general aviation planes in front of the hangar of Perry Flying Service at Brunswick Airport.
A 6/19/1919 photo of a Curtis JN-4 Jenny marked “Asheville” at Baird Bottom Landing Strip (from the Pack Memorial Library, via Dallam Oliver-Lee).
Wreckage of Do 17M-1, lost 2 July 1942, seen in 2013.
World War II fighter plane buried under sand and waves on a UK beach
The wreck of a US World War Two fighter plane at the Vilu War Museum at
A Summer 1967 photo of Heber MacWilliams “at Hadley with one of the Aeronca 7AC Champs I learned to fly in.”
The Halifax II United Kingdom military aircraft serials V9977, which crashed killing Alan Blumlein and
A 1919 photo of the Standard Aircraft Bayway factory buildings.
Terrible fate: Captain Marvin Watkins, top left, and his crew were downed over
A 6/21/15 photo by Wes Floyd of an Aeronca Champ on display at the Fields of the Wood bible park adjacent to its airfield.
A 1918-19 photo of a massive Handley-Page O/400 approaching the Bayway Airfield, over the adjacent Standard Oil tanks.
A 1970 photo of Dean Charron in front of N6729S (a 1967 Cessna 150H) & a hangar at Palmer Metropolitan Airport.
A circa 1918-19 photo of a single-engine Standard biplane in front of the factory.
Crew of the Memphis Belle.They are, left to right: Tech. Sgt. Harold P. Loch of Green Bay, Wis., top turret gunner; Staff Sgt. Cecil H. Scott of Altoona, ...
A circa 1940s-50s advertisement for Ocean County Airport's Huppert Aviation Company (courtesy of Gary Fitton).
A painting of airmail operations at Hadley Field in 1925 (courtesy of Ed Drury).
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A 3/12/50 photo of Western North Carolina's first Wing Scout troop at the Asheville-Hendersonville Airport (from the Pack Memorial Library, ...
A photo (believed to be 1937) of a Stinson Reliant in front of the A&H Flying Service hangar at Asheville-Hendersonville Airport (courtesy of Frank Blazich) ...
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The last photo which has been located showing Somerset Hills Airport while open
where I still keep his Piper PA-11 Cub Special and fly it regularly.”
The earlier Ju 88 R-1 nightfighter flown to RAF Dyce by its defecting crew
F-106A, 58-0787, on the ground after the pilot ejected.
A 10/27/81 photo of a Douglas A-4M Skyhawk in front of a MCAS El Toro hangar.
... structural failures, still flying after its vertical stabilizer sheared off in severe turbulence on 10 January 1964. The aircraft landed safely.
The first production AJ-1 Savage over Southern California in 1950, lost near Bedford, Virginia, on 22 June 1950.
First Lt., Dan Lee rides in a Humvee during the tank training exercises held at Fort Carson on Friday August 3, 2018 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
A commemoration of The Langley, the first Handley-Page airplane from the “Standard Production” on 7/6/18.
A 1988 USGS aerial view looking north at St Marys Airport showed that 3 of the runways had been abandoned at some point between 1958-88, leaving only Runway ...
List of accidents and incidents involving military aircraft (1950–1954)
Allied Aircraft of World War II 1939-1945
Building a space station using modules brought up in the Space Shuttle. The scheme shown in this artist's conception uses men in space suits and special ...
List of accidents and incidents involving military aircraft (2000–2009)
Wreckage of McCain plane, Hanoi, October 1967.
List of accidents and incidents involving military aircraft (1990–1999)
A display made for Edward Chan shows a model of a B-24 Liberator in which he dropped bombs over Europe during World War II.