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Topic: altitude

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Airplane cockpit aircraft instrument panel, transportation traffic.

Airplane cockpit aircraft instrument panel, transportation traffic.

Copyright-free airplane pictures. Free to use images of airplanes.

map from "La Cure d'altitude ... 29 planches hors texte et 110 figures dans le texte"

map from "La Cure d'altitude ... 29 planches hors texte et 110 figures...

This image has been taken from scan 000455 from "La Cure d'altitude ... 29 planches hors texte et 110 figures dans le texte". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from tags, created by ... more

Airplanes - Flight - First photograph to be released of the first Liberty Motor to fly. Now that the censorship has been released this photo shows the first aeroplane to be equipped with a Liberty Motor in flight. The late Col. Roosevelt made a flight in this machine. It was on August 21, 1917 that this plane with a Liberty Motor climbed 7,000 feet in 10 minutes and reached its maximum altitude of 19,000 feet in forty-one minutes. The speed developed was faster than that of the Nieuport Scout, on eof the leading European planes at that time

Airplanes - Flight - First photograph to be released of the first Libe...

Date Taken: 8/21/1917 Photographer: Western Newspaper Union Airplanes - Flight

Airplanes - Types - Loening Monoplane with 300 H.P. Hispano Motor. Front view of machine in which Maj. Schroeder established new world's record by carrying three passengers to an altitude of 21,000 feet. Taken at McCook Field, Dayton, Ohio. Note the design of wing structure; also manner in which wings fasten to upper body longitudinals and are braced to bottom of body. Latter feature cuts weight of machine in half. Designed by Grover C. Loening, of the Loening Aeronautical Engineering Corporation, New York City. From S.C. Loening
Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Atlantic Airship, largest in world, makes debut in England. The Atlantic airship, or R-33, makes its debut recently at Shelby, England. Flight proved successful for she remained three hours in air reaching an altitude of 2,000 feet

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Atlantic Airship, largest in world, make...

Date Taken: 3/20/1919 Photographer: Underwood & Underwood Balloons - Hangars and Beds

Airplanes - Materials - Castor Bean Culture, Dade City, Florida. The oil which is made from the beans is used as a lubricant for airplane engines since high altitude does not freeze it. The industry is practically new in this country as a result of war needs. Several tons of castor seeds were supplied by the British government in order to get the industry properly started here. From Geo. H. Walker

Airplanes - Materials - Castor Bean Culture, Dade City, Florida. The o...

Date Taken: 6/5/1918 Photographer: Geo. H. Walker Airplanes - Materials

Airplanes - Materials - Castor Bean Culture, Dade City, Florida. Close view of castor plan showing the arrangement of the seeds. The castor oil which is made from the beans is used as a lubricant for airplane engines since high altitude does not freeze it. The industry is practically new in this country as a result of war needs. Several tons of castor seeds were supplied by the British government in order to get the industry properly started here. From Geo. H. Walker

Airplanes - Materials - Castor Bean Culture, Dade City, Florida. Close...

Date Taken: 6/5/1918 Photographer: Geo. H. Walker Airplanes - Materials

Airplanes - Materials - Castor Bean Culture, Dade City, Florida. The oil which is made from the beans is used as a lubricant for airplane engines since high altitude does not freeze it. The industry is practically new in this country as a result of war needs. Several tons of castor seeds were supplied by the British government in order to get the industry properly started here. From Geo. H. Walker

Airplanes - Materials - Castor Bean Culture, Dade City, Florida. The o...

Date Taken: 6/5/1918 Photographer: Geo. H. Walker Airplanes - Materials

Airplanes - Materials - Castor Bean Culture, Dade City, Florida. Field of castor beans. The oil which is made from the beans is used as a lubricant for airplane engines since high altitude does not freeze it. The industry is practically new in this country as a result of war needs. Several tons of castor seeds were supplied by the British government in order to get the industry properly started here. From Geo. H. Walker

Airplanes - Materials - Castor Bean Culture, Dade City, Florida. Field...

Date Taken: 6/5/1918 Photographer: Geo. H. Walker Airplanes - Materials

Airplanes - Materials - Castor Bean Culture, Dade City, Florida. The oil which is made from the beans is used as a lubricant for airplane engines since high altitude does not freeze it. The industry is practically new in this country as a result of war needs. Several tons of castor seeds were supplied by the British government in order to get the industry properly started here. From Geo. H. Walker

Airplanes - Materials - Castor Bean Culture, Dade City, Florida. The o...

Photographer: Geo. H. Walker Airplanes - Materials

Airplanes - Materials - Castor Bean Culture, Dade City, Florida. Close view of castor bean field. The oil which is made from the beans is used as a lubricant for airplane engines since high altitude does not freeze it. The industry is practically new in this country as a result of war needs. Several tons of castor seeds were supplied by the British government in order to get the industry properly started here. From Geo. H. Walker

Airplanes - Materials - Castor Bean Culture, Dade City, Florida. Close...

Date Taken: 6/5/1918 Photographer: Geo. H. Walker Airplanes - Materials

Navy Santa Cruz 'Airport'.  Airport looking west: Municipal Rating: Location; 6 miles east of city- Altitude; 75ft -  Layout: L-shaped, hard smooth dirt, Drainage; natural.  East-west 2,500' X 300' North-South 2,000 X 400'  to S.E. trees, to N.E. Hanger and Aviation fuel, Tower: 50' hight - Day Service Only ARC-1935-A93-0075-9

Navy Santa Cruz 'Airport'. Airport looking west: Municipal Rating: Lo...

Navy Santa Cruz 'Airport'. Airport looking west: Municipal Rating: Location; 6 miles east of city- Altitude; 75ft - Layout: L-shaped, hard smooth dirt, Drainage; natural. East-west 2,500' X 300' North-South ... more