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Spitfire mustang aircraft.

Aircraft airport po-2.

Plane aircraft military.

Aircraft airport yak-52.

Short tucano t1.

Aircraft usa navy.

Airplane propeller plane.

Airplane engine propeller.

Hurricaine fighter raf.

Model airplane model flight remotely controlled.

Reno airshow airplanes air show.

Spitfire spitfire duo airshow.

Engine aircraft dc-3.

Reno airshow airplanes air show.

Tucano airplane aircraft.

Spitfire airplane aircraft.

Reno airshow airplanes air show.

Aircraft airplane aviation.

Aircraft plane classic, transportation traffic.

Fire Suppression: Aerial Slurry Drops - New Hampshire

Veneer and Plywood Making - Maryland

Fire Suppression: Aerial Slurry Drops - Oregon

Fire Suppression: Aerial Slurry Drops - New Hampshire

Fire Suppression: Aerial Slurry Drops - New Hampshire

Training a policewoman--Chief among the policewoman's duties is the prevention of delinquency among young girls

Fire Suppression: Aerial Slurry Drops - California

Fire Suppression: Aerial Slurry Drops - California

[Aircraft at Bolling Field, Washington, D.C.]

Airplanes - Types - No Caption. 4 pictures of Commander Patrol Wings Atlantic Fleet Airplane

Hankow, China ...

[Aircraft on Potomac River]

Along the cloud lanes

[Pilot shaking hand with unidentified man from airplane]

National Air Races, from 1928 through 1939

Miscellaneous collection of photographs of aircraft production

Miscellaneous collection of photographs of aircraft production

National Air Races, from 1928 through 1939

National Air Races, from 1928 through 1939

National Air Races, from 1928 through 1939

Miscellaneous collection of photographs of aircraft production

National Air Races, from 1928 through 1939

[Airplane]

[Airplane]

Amelia Earhart

Photograph of Army Day Parade in Washington, DC

Marine lieutenants, pilots, by the power tow-plane for the training gliders at Parris Island's Page Field, S.C.

Aerial tug boat, which tows gliders for Marine pilots in training out of Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Student pilots, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Tex.

P-51 ("Mustang") fighter planes being prepared for test flight at the field of North American Aviation, Inc., plant in Inglewood, Calif.

Aviation cadet in training at the Naval Air Base, Corpus Christi, Texas

Marine lieutenant, pilot with the power towplane for the training gliders at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine Lieutenant, glider pilot in training at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine lieutenant, glider pilot in training at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

P-51 ("Mustang") fighter planes being prepared for test flight at the field of the North American Aviation, Inc., plant in Inglewood, Calif.

North American's P-51 Mustang Fighter is in service with Britain's Royal Air Force, N[orth] A[merican] Aviation, Inc., Inglewood, Calif.

Marine lieutenant by the power towing plane for the gliders at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine lieutenant, pilot with the power towing plane for the gliders at Parris Island's Page Field, S.C.

Lieutenant "Mike" Hunter, Army pilot assigned to Douglas Aircraft Company, Long Beach, Calif.

P-51 "Mustang" fighter in flight, Inglewood, Calif. The "Mustang", built by North American Aviation, Incorporated, is the only American-built fighter used by the Royal Air Force of Great Britain

Cadet L. Deitz at the Naval Air Base, Corpus Christi, Texas

Aviation cadets in training at the Naval Air Base, Corpus Christi, Texas

Aviation cadet at the Naval Air Base, Corpus Christi, Texas

Marine Corps lieutenant studying glider piloting at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Civil Air Patrol Base, Bar Harbor, Maine. Flying field of Coastal Patrol #20

Marine lieutenant with the power towing plane for the gliders at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine lieutenant, glider pilot in training at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine Corps lieutenant studying glider piloting at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine Corps lieutenant studying glider piloting at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

[Civilian training school], students and instructors, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Tex.

Instructor and students studying a map, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Tex.

Feeding an SNC advanced training plane its essential supply of gasoline is done by sailor mechanics at the Naval Air Base, Corpus Christi, Texas. Standing on the wing is Floyd Helphrey who came from Iowa to join the Navy early in the year. At right is W. Gardner of Illinois who used to be a crane operator

Sailor mechanic fueling a plane at the Naval Air Base, Corpus Christi, Texas

[U.S. Army Air Forces pilot in front of a YB-17 bombing airplane, probably Langley field, Virginia]

Marine lieutenants, pilots, by the power tow-plane for the training gliders at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine lieutenant, pilot with the power towing plane at page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine lieutenant by the power plane which tows the training gliders at Page Field, Parris, Island, S.C.

Marine lieutenant with the towing plane for the gliders at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Feeding an SNC advanced training plane its essential supply of gasoline is done by sailor mechanics at the Naval Air Base, Corpus Christi, Texas

Cadet L. Deitz(?) at the Naval Air Base, Corpus Christi, Texas

Aircraft. Naval. The Navy's SBD light dive bomber is the counterpart of the Army's A-24 (Dauntless) with the differences that adapt it to Navy requirements. This Douglas plane is equipped with slotted wing flaps to decrease air speed and obtain greater bombing accuracy. It is more maneuverable than the German Stuka and is capable of carrying heavier bomb loads

Aircraft. Naval. The Vought-Sikorsky "Corsair" (F4U-1) Navy fighter, is one of the fastest warplanes in existence. Powered by a 2,000 horsepower Pratt and Whitney engine, it has a cruising speed in excess of 425 miles per hour. Its top speed is a military secret. Designed to protect the Navy's big bombers, the Corsair may be based on an aircraft carrier

Convoy. A scout plane from the aircraft carrier USS Ranger returns from a patrol flight of the area of the sea through which a convoy is passing. The efficient work of planes like this accounts in large measure for the relatively few ships that are successfully attacked by submarine wolf packs

Aircraft. Naval. The Navy's SBD light dive bomber is the counterpart of the Army's A-24 (Dauntless) with the differences that adapt it to Navy requirements. This Douglas plane is equipped with slotted wing flaps to decrease air speed and obtain greater bombing accuracy. It is more maneuverable than the German Stuka and is capable of carrying heavier bomb loads

Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corp., Bethpage, Long Island. Interior III

[Woman standing on wing of small airplane, man standing next to airplane]

One year of reciprocal aid. Pilots of the U.S. Spitfire squadron in Great Britain are seen running to their planes. This aircraft with full complement of British fighter craft is one of hundreds turned over to the Americans by British government under reciprocal aid. Several of our fighter squadrons in North Africa fly Spitfires lend-leased to us. Some of the "Mae Wests" worn by the soldiers in this photograph were made of British material

Aircraft. Army. One of the redoubled "Flying Tigers" ready to take off from an Alaskan point in a Curtis P-40 "Warhawk" fighter plane. The group to which he belongs is commanded by Major John Chennault, son of the famous general. Planes of the series to which this belongs have seen action in almost every known theatre in England and

Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corp., Bethpage, Long Island. General exterior, under plane wing

Aircraft, naval. The Brewster "Buffalo" (F2A-1) Navy fighter is a favorite with many American Air Force and Royal Air Force pilots. This plane, which is usually based on a carrier, is exceedingly maneuverable and capable of excellent performance at high altitudes. Powered by a 1,000 horsepower Wright cyclone engine it has a top speed of about 330 miles per hour, a range of 1,000 miles and a ceiling of approximately 35,000 feet

Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corp., Bethpage, Long Island. General exterior

The assembly floor of the Vought-Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation, Stratford, Connecticut

Aircraft. Naval. The Brewster "Buccaneer" (SB2A-1) is used by the Navy as scout dive bomber and escort plane. It is powered by a single-row Wright cyclone engine of 1,650 horsepower, has a top speed of about 350 miles per hour, a range of about 1,000 miles and a load capacity up to 11,000 pounds

Navy aircraft. Douglas dauntless dive bomber. Dive bomber peeling off for attack

O-47A airplane arrival at Ames Aeronautical Lab The O-47A was Ames first test plane ARC-1969-M-831

W.H. MCAVOY AMES TEST PILOT RETURNING FROM AN EARLY FLIGHT OF FIRST TEST AIRPLANE AT AMES, A NORTH AMERICAN O-47 ARC-1998-M-925-1

A new three-place North American O-47A observation airplane with Army Air Corps marking was the first ircraft to arrive at Ames. The Circular antenna on top of the canopy is for direction finding. A close look show that help from the front cockpit was needed for directional control when using a rope (instead of a tow bar) to tow the aircraft. (Sept 1940). W.H. McAvoy Ames test pilot returning from an early flight of first test airplane at Ames, a North American O-47A-1 (or 0-47 AAC37-323) This aircraft severed for a short time upon arrival as a research aircraft for heated-wing deicing. NOTE: printed in NASA Ames Publications: Adventures in Research - SP-4320 57 Years - Flight Research at AMES - NASA SP-1998-3300 ARC-1969-M-925

O-47A Airplane - first test airplane at Ames ARC-1969-M-1046

O-47A Airplane - first test airplane at Ames ARC-1969-M-1045

[Wrecked P-40 airplane, at Bellows Field, machine-gunned on the ground, during the bombing of Hickam Field, Hawaii]

Singapore U.S. made Brewster "Buffalo" pursuit ships being mass-assembled in a hangar in Malaya for the use of Britain's Royal Air Force in the Far East.