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Topic: bombers

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X-1-3 Being Mated To EB-50A Superfortress

X-1-3 Being Mated To EB-50A Superfortress

(November 9, 1951) The third X-1 (46-064), known as "Queenie," is mated to the EB-50A (46- 006) at Edwards AFB, California. Following a captive flight on November 9, 1951, both aircraft were destroyed by fire d... more

Up in the air in a Handley-Page, showing another Handley-Page making for the enemy's lines

Up in the air in a Handley-Page, showing another Handley-Page making f...

Handley-Page bombers on a mission, Western Front, during World War I. This photograph, which appears to have been taken from the cabin of a Handley-Page bomber, is attributed to Tom Aitken. It shows another Han... more

Nose of a Handley-Page manned by three men

Nose of a Handley-Page manned by three men

Handley-Page bomber crew, Western Front, during World War I. The three-man air crew of this Handley-Page bomber. They are in the rather blunt-shaped nose of the aeroplane. This bomber had a maximum range of 650... more

Air mechanics seeing that all's well before the Handley-Page sets out to bomb the Germans

Air mechanics seeing that all's well before the Handley-Page sets out ...

Handley-Page bomber wing, Western Front, World War I. This shows mechanics standing on the left wing of a Handley-Page bomber, checking the wing before take off. The left propeller and the nose of the plane can... more

Handley-Pages setting out to bomb the Germans

Handley-Pages setting out to bomb the Germans

Handley-Page bombers on a mission, Western Front, during World War I. This photograph is attributed to Tom Aitken. The photographer had clearly been taken in one of the bombers as this photograph has been shot ... more

One of her propellers

One of her propellers

Propeller of Handley-Page bomber, Western Front, during World War I. Mechanics checking one of the two propellers of this Handley-Page bomber. It is probable that this is a Handley-Page 0/400, an improved 1918 ... more

Immense R.A.F. machine ready to start with its load of bombs for Germany

Immense R.A.F. machine ready to start with its load of bombs for Germa...

R.A.F. planes being loaded with munitions, France, during World War I. The people involved in this scene are all engrossed in their activities and as a result unaware of the camera. The size and power of these ... more

Airplanes - Types - Night bombers
Airplanes - Types - Types of German Bombers. Fredrichshaffen Bombers. Front View

Airplanes - Types - Types of German Bombers. Fredrichshaffen Bombers. ...

Date Taken: 11/0/1918 Photographer: From 2d Section General Staff - AEF - November 1918. Airplanes - Types

Aviation, Army bombers over East Bay area

Aviation, Army bombers over East Bay area

Photograph shows eighteen planes in flight.

Men and women make efficient operating teams on riveting and other jobs at the Douglas Aircraft plant, Long Beach, Calif. Most important of the many types of aircraft made at this plant are the B-17F ("Flying Fortress") heavy bomber, the A-20 ("Havoc") assault bomber and the C-47 heavy transport plane for the carrying of troops and cargo

Men and women make efficient operating teams on riveting and other job...

Photo shows a woman and man working on a Douglas Aircraft Company cockpit shell identified as a C-47 based on the window outline. Although sometimes called a 'biscuit bomber, 'the plane was for transport. (Sou... more

Riveting team working on the cockpit shell of a B-25 [i.e. C-47] bomber at the plant of North American Aviation, Inc., Inglewood [i.e. Douglas Aircraft Company, Long Beach], Calif.

Riveting team working on the cockpit shell of a B-25 [i.e. C-47] bombe...

Photo shows a woman and man working on a Douglas Aircraft Company cockpit shell identified as a C-47 based on the window outline. Although sometimes called a 'biscuit bomber,' the plane was for transport. (Sour... more