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Topic: aeronautic

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Airplanes - Types - Plane which will probably make cross-Atlantic flight. Twin-motored 800 H.P. Martin Bomber now on exhibition at Aeronautic show at Madison Square Garden and which, it is intended is to make flight across Atlantic. According to reports Capt. Roy Francis is to guide plane upon its cross-Atlantic trip

Airplanes - Types - Plane which will probably make cross-Atlantic flig...

Photographer: Underwood & Underwood Airplanes - Types

Manufacturing Division (Code JM) Projects. David Leskovsky & Gary Panola working on STAR (Subsonic Transport Aeronautic Research) model in N-212, Model Development & Advanced Composites Br (Code JMC) ARC-1997-AC97-0221-5

Manufacturing Division (Code JM) Projects. David Leskovsky & Gary Pano...

Manufacturing Division (Code JM) Projects. David Leskovsky & Gary Panola working on STAR (Subsonic Transport Aeronautic Research) model in N-212, Model Development & Advanced Composites Br (Code JMC)

Manufacturing Division (Code JM) Projects. David Leskovsky & Gary Panola working on STAR (Subsonic Transport Aeronautic Research) model in N-212, Model Development & Advanced Composites Br (Code JMC) ARC-1997-AC97-0221-6

Manufacturing Division (Code JM) Projects. David Leskovsky & Gary Pano...

Manufacturing Division (Code JM) Projects. David Leskovsky & Gary Panola working on STAR (Subsonic Transport Aeronautic Research) model in N-212, Model Development & Advanced Composites Br (Code JMC)

Since the U-2 is so wild and woolly to land, a second pilot, called a "mobile," chases the plane down the runway, calling out the distance between the plane and the ground. AIRMAN Magazine article describes the U-2 as still being a major player in the nation's reconnaissance mission despite its 1950s' design and first flight in 1955. Capable of then flying over 70,000 feet, and now even higher thanks to a new F-118-101 engine and upgraded avionics the aircraft was awarded the Collier Trophy in 1998 by the National Aeronautic Association and named the U-2S. The U-2S now has digital capabilty and can transmit data instantaneously to analysts at Beale AFB by using a network of ground ...

Since the U-2 is so wild and woolly to land, a second pilot, called a ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: [Complete] Scene Caption: Since the U-2 is so wild and woolly to land, a second pilot, called a "mobile," chases the plane down the runway, calling out t... more

Every buckle, snap, zipper and lace is checked and rechecked on Captain Christopher Burn's pressure suit by technicians STAFF Sergeants David Nelson and Richard Hay before his first solo high-flight in the U-2. AIRMAN Magazine article describes the U-2 as still being a major player in the nation's reconnaissance mission despite its 1950s' design and first flight in 1955. Capable of then flying over 70,000 feet, and now even higher thanks to a new F-118-101 engine and upgraded avionics the aircraft was awarded the Collier Trophy in 1998 by the National Aeronautic Association and named the U-2S. The U-2S now has digital capabilty and can transmit data instantaneously to analysts at Beale ...

Every buckle, snap, zipper and lace is checked and rechecked on Captai...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: [Complete] Scene Caption: Every buckle, snap, zipper and lace is checked and rechecked on Captain Christopher Burn's pressure suit by technicians Staff S... more

Captain Christopher Burns with the 1ST Reconnaissance Squadron is prepped for his first solo high-altitude flight by squadron aerospace physiologists before starting engines. AIRMAN Magazine article describes the U-2 as still being a major player in the nation's reconnaissance mission despite its 1950s' design and first flight in 1955. Capable of then flying over 70,000 feet, and now even higher thanks to a new F-118-101 engine and upgraded avionics the aircraft was awarded the Collier Trophy in 1998 by the National Aeronautic Association and named the U-2S. The U-2S now has digital capabilty and can transmit data instantaneously to analysts at Beale AFB by using a network of ground ...

Captain Christopher Burns with the 1ST Reconnaissance Squadron is prep...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: [Complete] Scene Caption: Captain Christopher Burns with the 1st Reconnaissance Squadron is prepped for his first solo high-altitude flight by squadron a... more

Major David Hosley is dressed for his flight by U-2 equipment technicians (from left) AIRMAN 1ST Class Michael Grawe, SENIOR AIRMAN Shawn Brown, and AIRMAN 1ST Class Miquel Vargas. AIRMAN Magazine article describes the U-2 as still being a major player in the nation's reconnaissance mission despite its 1950s' design and first flight in 1955. Capable of then flying over 70,000 feet, and now even higher thanks to a new F-118-101 engine and upgraded avionics the aircraft was awarded the Collier Trophy in 1998 by the National Aeronautic Association and named the U-2S. The U-2S now has digital capabilty and can transmit data instantaneously to analysts at Beale AFB by using a network of ground...

Major David Hosley is dressed for his flight by U-2 equipment technici...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: [Complete] Scene Caption: Major David Hosley is dressed for his flight by U-2 equipment technicians (from left) Airman 1st Class Michael Grawe, Senior Ai... more

In flight photo of a U-2 from Beale AFB, California. AIRMAN Magazine article describes the U-2 as still being a major player in the nation's reconnaissance mission despite its 1950s' design and first flight in 1955. Capable of then flying over 70,000 feet, and now even higher thanks to a new F-118-101 engine and upgraded avionics the aircraft was awarded the Collier Trophy in 1998 by the National Aeronautic Association and named the U-2S. The U-2S now has digital capabilty and can transmit data instantaneously to analysts at Beale AFB by using a network of ground stations and satellites. (AIRMAN Magazine/July 1999 - The Big Picture)

In flight photo of a U-2 from Beale AFB, California. AIRMAN Magazine a...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Beale Air Force Base State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: MSGT Dave Nolan Release Status: Relea... more

A U-2 equipment technician with the 9th Physiological Support Squadron, works on a pressure suit helmet in the squadron life support section. AIRMAN Magazine article describes the U-2 as still being a major player in the nation's reconnaissance mission despite its 1950s' design and first flight in 1955. Capable of then flying over 70,000 feet, and now even higher thanks to a new F-118-101 engine and upgraded avionics the aircraft was awarded the Collier Trophy in 1998 by the National Aeronautic Association and named the U-2S. The U-2S now has digital capabilty and can transmit data instantaneously to analysts at Beale AFB by using a network of ground stations and satellites. (AIRMAN ...

A U-2 equipment technician with the 9th Physiological Support Squadron...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: [Complete] Scene Caption: A U-2 equipment technician with the 9th Physiological Support Squadron, works on a pressure suit helmet in the squadron life su... more

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