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X-15 #2 just after launch

X-15 #2 just after launch

Us air force b-1b lancer aircraft, people.

Us air force b-1b lancer aircraft, people.

Air show thunderbirds military.

Air show thunderbirds military.

Air show thunderbirds formation.

Air show thunderbirds formation.

Air show thunderbirds formation.

Air show thunderbirds formation.

Air show thunderbirds formation.

Air show thunderbirds formation.

Air show thunderbirds formation.

Air show thunderbirds formation.

Air show thunderbirds formation.

Air show thunderbirds formation.

Us air force fighter jet moon.

Us air force fighter jet moon.

Us air force casket returning, emotions.

Us air force casket returning, emotions.

Air show thunderbirds military.

Air show thunderbirds military.

Air show thunderbirds military.

Air show thunderbirds military.

Air show thunderbirds formation.

Air show thunderbirds formation.

Air show thunderbirds formation.

Air show thunderbirds formation.

Air show thunderbirds formation.

Air show thunderbirds formation.

Air show thunderbirds formation.

Air show thunderbirds formation.

Air show thunderbirds diamond formation.

Air show thunderbirds diamond formation.

Space Ship Takeoff, a Technical Fantasy

Space Ship Takeoff, a Technical Fantasy

HINDENBURG CRASH, 05/06/1937 (Disc 2)

HINDENBURG CRASH, 05/06/1937 (Disc 2)

Photograph of a B-26 Martin Marauder Giving Cover to the Landing Craft on the Beaches of France

Photograph of a B-26 Martin Marauder Giving Cover to the Landing Craft on the Beaches of France

Aerial Photograph of Franklin Roosevelt's Inauguration in 1941

Aerial Photograph of Franklin Roosevelt's Inauguration in 1941

Exterminators lived up to their name. Lieutenant John Stefanik (left) of Chicopee, Massachusetts, and Lieutenant Charles Leaf, of South Orange, New Jersey, display the insignia of their Sixty-Sixth Squadron, one of the units of the Fifty-Seventh Fighter Group, United States Air Force. When the Fifty-Seventh knocked seventy-four Axis planes out of the skies in one air battle, the Exterminators accounted for more that twenty-five

Exterminators lived up to their name. Lieutenant John Stefanik (left) of Chicopee, Massachusetts, and Lieutenant Charles Leaf, of South Orange, New Jersey, display the insignia of their Sixty-Sixth Squadron, one of the units of the Fifty-Seventh Fighter Group, United States Air Force. When the Fifty-Seventh knocked seventy-four Axis planes out of the skies in one air battle, the Exterminators accounted for more that twenty-five

Officer Bill Livesay, 25, Madison, New Jersey, (left) who accounts for three and one half enemy planes destroyed. Lieutenant John Stefanik, 24, Chicopee, Massachusetts, (left) who destroyed three enemy planes, and Lieutenant Charles Leaf, 21, South Orange, New Jersey, who destroyed two enemy planes in aerial victory over Sicilian straits. They are wearing the insignia of the 66th squadron of the 57th Fighter Group. This "Squadron X" (for exterminators) made the high score of ther aerial victory with

Officer Bill Livesay, 25, Madison, New Jersey, (left) who accounts for three and one half enemy planes destroyed. Lieutenant John Stefanik, 24, Chicopee, Massachusetts, (left) who destroyed three enemy planes, and Lieutenant Charles Leaf, 21, South Orange, New Jersey, who destroyed two enemy planes in aerial victory over Sicilian straits. They are wearing the insignia of the 66th squadron of the 57th Fighter Group. This "Squadron X" (for exterminators) made the high score of ther aerial victory with

Photograph of Lt. Louis Zamperini, Former NCAA [National Collegiate Athletic Association] Miler and Olympic Team Member, Bombardier, on Lt. Russel A. Phillips' Plane, Examining 20 mm Japanese Explosive Shell Hole in the Side of Fuselage

Photograph of Lt. Louis Zamperini, Former NCAA [National Collegiate Athletic Association] Miler and Olympic Team Member, Bombardier, on Lt. Russel A. Phillips' Plane, Examining 20 mm Japanese Explosive Shell Hole in the Side of Fuselage

Photograph of Lt. Lou Zamperini, Bombardier, Examining the Damage a Japanese Cannon Shell did to His Liberator

Photograph of Lt. Lou Zamperini, Bombardier, Examining the Damage a Japanese Cannon Shell did to His Liberator

Aerial Photograph of the Landing Operation on the French Coast Showing Three LSTs Stuck in Shallow Water off Shore

Aerial Photograph of the Landing Operation on the French Coast Showing Three LSTs Stuck in Shallow Water off Shore

Photograph of Paratroopers just before They Took off for the Initial Assault of D-Day

Photograph of Paratroopers just before They Took off for the Initial Assault of D-Day

NORMANDY, THE AIRBORNE INVASION OF FORTRESS EUROPE

NORMANDY, THE AIRBORNE INVASION OF FORTRESS EUROPE

Photograph of Men and Assault Vehicles Storming the Beaches of Normandy

Photograph of Men and Assault Vehicles Storming the Beaches of Normandy

Captured German War Films

Captured German War Films

HIGH FREQUENCY AS A WEAPON

HIGH FREQUENCY AS A WEAPON

The Last Bomb

The Last Bomb

THE CALL OF THE AIR

THE CALL OF THE AIR

Project Thunderstorm, 05/1947 - 09/1947

Project Thunderstorm, 05/1947 - 09/1947

[Brigadier General Phillips W. Smith, USAF, Director, Defense Production Division, OSR]

[Brigadier General Phillips W. Smith, USAF, Director, Defense Production Division, OSR]

[Mystere IV Handed Over to USAF (Offshore)]

[Mystere IV Handed Over to USAF (Offshore)]

[Mystere IV Handed Over to USAF (Offshore)]

[Mystere IV Handed Over to USAF (Offshore)]

BERLIN AIR LIFT (OUTTAKES FROM "OPERATIONS VITTLES")

BERLIN AIR LIFT (OUTTAKES FROM "OPERATIONS VITTLES")

[Mystere IV Handed Over to USAF (Offshore)]

[Mystere IV Handed Over to USAF (Offshore)]

[Mystere IV Handed Over to USAF (Offshore)]

[Mystere IV Handed Over to USAF (Offshore)]

[Mystere IV Handed Over to USAF (Offshore)]

[Mystere IV Handed Over to USAF (Offshore)]

XB-51 High Rear

XB-51 High Rear

XB-51 High Side

XB-51 High Side

XB-51 Side

XB-51 Side

XB-51 Take Off 1

XB-51 Take Off 1

XB-51 High Nose 1

XB-51 High Nose 1

XB-51 Low Front Quarter 1

XB-51 Low Front Quarter 1

XB-51 High Front Quarter

XB-51 High Front Quarter

XB-51 High Rear Quarter

XB-51 High Rear Quarter

B-47 Interior Tail Guns Station

B-47 Interior Tail Guns Station

XB-51 Taxi with Chute 2

XB-51 Taxi with Chute 2

XB-51 Low Nose

XB-51 Low Nose

XB-51 Taxi

XB-51 Taxi

U.S. Air Force F-51D Mustang aircraft assigned to the 119th Fighter Wing"Happy Hooligans", 178th Fighter Squadron, North Dakota Air National Guard, at Hector Field, N.D., on June 1950. (A3604) (U.S. Air Force PHOTO) (Released)

U.S. Air Force F-51D Mustang aircraft assigned to the 119th Fighter Wing"Happy Hooligans", 178th Fighter Squadron, North Dakota Air National Guard, at Hector Field, N.D., on June 1950. (A3604) (U.S. Air Force PHOTO) (Released)

XB-51 Taxi with Chute 1

XB-51 Taxi with Chute 1

B-47 with F-86

B-47 with F-86

XB-51 Landing 2

XB-51 Landing 2

XB-51 Landing 3

XB-51 Landing 3

XB-51 Front Quarter 1

XB-51 Front Quarter 1

B-47 Interior Pilots Panel

B-47 Interior  Pilots Panel

XB-51 Rear

XB-51 Rear

XB-51 Front Quarter 2

XB-51 Front Quarter 2

A U.S. Air Force F-51D Mustang aircraft assigned to the 119th Fighter Wing"Happy Hooligans", 178th Fighter Squadron, North Dakota Air National Guard, in flight near Hector Field, N.D., sometime in early 1950. (A3604) (U.S. Air Force PHOTO) (Released)

A U.S. Air Force F-51D Mustang aircraft assigned to the 119th Fighter Wing"Happy Hooligans", 178th Fighter Squadron, North Dakota Air National Guard, in flight near Hector Field, N.D., sometime in early 1950. (A3604) (U.S. Air Force PHOTO) (Released)

XB-51 Take Off 2

XB-51 Take Off 2

XB-51 Side 2

XB-51 Side 2

XB-51 High Nose 2

XB-51 High Nose 2

XB-51 Landing 1

XB-51 Landing 1

XB-51 In Flight

XB-51 In Flight

XB-51 Rear Quarter

XB-51 Rear Quarter

XB-51 Two Together

XB-51 Two Together

XB-51 Take Off 3

XB-51 Take Off 3

TECHNOLOGY FOR TOMORROW (EYE IN THE SKY)

TECHNOLOGY FOR TOMORROW (EYE IN THE SKY)

XB-51 Take Off 4

XB-51 Take Off 4

XB-51 Low Front Quarter 2

XB-51 Low Front Quarter 2

XB-51 Two Ship Flyby

XB-51 Two Ship Flyby

XB-51 Take Off 5

XB-51 Take Off 5

B-52G All White

B-52G All White

B-52 at Hickam 2

B-52 at Hickam 2

B-52 Bombardier Panel

B-52 Bombardier Panel

B-52 with SAC Stripe

B-52 with SAC Stripe

B-52 Front View

B-52 Front View

B-52G with AGM-86Bs 3

B-52G with AGM-86Bs 3

B-52 Crash

B-52 Crash

B-52 Front Quarter

B-52 Front Quarter

B-52G Roll Out

B-52G Roll Out

B-52 at Hickam 1

B-52 at Hickam 1

YB-52 Take Off 1.xnbak

YB-52 Take Off 1.xnbak

B-52G with AGM-86Bs

B-52G with AGM-86Bs

B-52D High Angle Front

B-52D High Angle Front

YB-52 Top In Flight

YB-52 Top In Flight

B-52 at Eglin 1

B-52 at Eglin 1

B-52C In FLight

B-52C In FLight

YB-52 Take Off 2

YB-52 Take Off 2

B-52G with AGM-109s 2

B-52G with AGM-109s 2

B-52H with Skybolts 1

B-52H with Skybolts 1

B-52G with Bump

B-52G with Bump

B-52 with X-15

B-52 with X-15

B-52 I-Panel

B-52 I-Panel

B-52A First Flight

B-52A First Flight

B-52 Early 003 at Edwards

B-52 Early 003 at Edwards