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168440 35 years E-3A Component Geilenkirchen (more of 168440)
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159114 Photographed overflying Lindbergh Field at low altitude. This C-9 appeared to be lined up on final approach to KSAN but when relatively close to the airfield, it veered off to land at NAS North Island on the other side of San Diego Bay. (more of 159114)
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168440 35 years E-3A Component Geilenkirchen (more of 168440)
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168440 What a visitor in GKE and the clouds were going away in the right moment. (more of 168440)
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9056 Only surviving Sparrowhawk of eight built to serve with airships USS Akron and USS Macon, this aircraft was restored to represent the time when airships acted as flying aircraft carriers. To recover, the pilot approached the airship slightly above stall speed and used the overhead hook to attach onto a trapeze. Hence the insignia "Men on the Flying Trapeze", visible on the fuselage. (more of 9056)
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60591 On display at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force after being restored by its Restoration Division. Donated by Boeing in 1959, this Kaydet is painted to represent a Navy N2S-5 but is actually 42-17800. Kaydets with different engines had different designations; this PT-13D is powered by a 220 hp Lycoming R-680. The Kaydet was a well-liked primary trainer and thousands of Allied pilots trained on it during World War II. (more of 60591)
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158219 (LN-219) VP-45 Jacksonville, FL (more of 158219)
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163311 "Ventura Belle" approaches RWY 27. New in db. (more of 163311)
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160770 Now decommissioned and preserved at the Naval Air Museum Barbers Point, this aircraft still bears the commemorative logo of VP-6 "Blue Sharks" on its tail, a retro paint scheme that was applied for the Centennial of Naval Aviation. (more of 160770)