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B-17F "Felix" Airliner Taxis on Tarmac
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B-17F "Felix" Airliner Taxis on Tarmac
Seven former B-17F U.S. Army Air Force Flying Fortresses were converted into "Felix" airliners by Swedish...
First Swedish-Converted B-17F "Felix" Airliner
BI47165 (83995)
First Swedish-Converted B-17F "Felix" Airliner
This Douglas-built B-17F was the first of seven former U.S. Army Air Force Flying Fortresses to be converted...
Brazilian Air Force B-17s Taxiing at Recife Air Base
BI47162 (p41276)
Brazilian Air Force B-17s Taxiing at Recife Air Base
The B-17 Flying Fortress was in service with the Brazilian Air Force from 1951 to 1968. Thirteen B-17s...
C-74 Globemaster Test Flights
BI47023 (BIV16_C-74_01)
C-74 Globemaster Test Flights
Beginning in early 1942, Douglas began development of the C-74 Globemaster I. This large four-engine...
North American Avaition XB-28 (NA-63) Stratosphere Bomber, Left Side
BI46663 (na68-0-1)
North American Avaition XB-28 (NA-63) Stratosphere Bomber, Left Side
The XB-28 (NA-63) was an experimental high altitude bomber equipped with a pressurized cabin. First flown...
North American Avaition XB-28 (NA-63) Stratosphere Bomber Engine Run
BI46666 (xb-28-3)
North American Avaition XB-28 (NA-63) Stratosphere Bomber Engine Run
The XB-28 (NA-63) was an experimental high altitude bomber equipped with a pressurized cabin. First flown...
North American Avaition XB-28 (NA-63) Stratosphere Bomber, Front View
BI46665 (na-68-0-4)
North American Avaition XB-28 (NA-63) Stratosphere Bomber, Front View
The XB-28 (NA-63) was an experimental high altitude bomber equipped with a pressurized cabin. First flown...
North American Avaition XB-28 (NA-63) Stratosphere Bomber near Hangar
BI46664 (na68-0-3)
North American Avaition XB-28 (NA-63) Stratosphere Bomber near Hangar
The XB-28 (NA-63) was an experimental high altitude bomber equipped with a pressurized cabin. First flown...
XB-28 (NA-63) Stratosphere Bomber
BI46656 (BIV15_XB-28_01)
XB-28 (NA-63) Stratosphere Bomber
The XB-28 (NA-63) was an experimental high altitude bomber equipped with a pressurized cabin. First flown...
Boeing Model 247 Airline Service, 1930s
BI46641 (BIV14_Model247_04)
Boeing Model 247 Airline Service, 1930s
The revolutionary Boeing Model 247, developed in 1933, was an all-metal, twin-engine airplane and the...
MB-3A Assembly Line in Red Barn, 1922
BI46629 (BIV15_RedBarn_05)
MB-3A Assembly Line in Red Barn, 1922
This former shipyard was the first home of The Boeing Company, which was founded in 1916, affectionately...
Propeller Manufacturing in Red Barn,1922
BI46628 (BIV15_RedBarn_04)
Propeller Manufacturing in Red Barn,1922
This former shipyard was the first home of The Boeing Company, which was founded in 1916, affectionately...
Boeing XB-15 First Flight, October 15, 1937
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Boeing XB-15 First Flight, October 15, 1937
The mammoth Boeing XB-15 began in 1934 as a design study for the Army to see if it was possible to build...
Stearman Model 6/YBT-5 Cloudboy Footage
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Stearman Model 6/YBT-5 Cloudboy Footage
Stearman Aircraft Inc. was founded in 1926 by Lloyd Stearman in Venice, CA where he built the first Stearman...
Stearman M-2 Speedmail Footage
BI46520 (BIV15_Stearman_04)
Stearman M-2 Speedmail Footage
The Stearman M-2 Speedmail was a single-seat mail-carrier aircraft with two large cargo compartments...
Stearman Kaydet Model S76D1
BI46518 (BIV15_Stearman_02)
Stearman Kaydet Model S76D1
Between 1936 and 1944, Boeing built 8,584 Kaydets, in all versions, plus the equivalent of 2,000 more...
Stearman Model 80/81 Footage
BI46519 (BIV15_Stearman_03)
Stearman Model 80/81 Footage
Stearman Aircraft Inc. was founded in 1926 by Lloyd Stearman in Venice, CA where he built the first Stearman...
Stearman Kaydet Footage
BI46517 (BIV15_Stearman_01)
Stearman Kaydet Footage
The Kaydet, the two-seater biplane introduced by Stearman Aircraft Division of Boeing in Wichita, Kan.,...
Boeing B-50 "Lucky Lady II"
BI46486 (BIV15_B-50_01)
Boeing B-50 "Lucky Lady II"
In 1949, the B-50A, the Lucky Lady II, made the first nonstop flight around the world in 94 hours, refueled...
North American Aviation PBJ (B-25 Mitchell) B-roll
BI46335 (BIV15_B-25_09)
North American Aviation PBJ (B-25 Mitchell) B-roll
The B-25 was perhaps the most versatile aircraft of World War II, nearly 10,000 were produced. The B-25...
North American Aviation B-25C Mitchell Test Flight
BI46332 (BIV15_B-25_06)
North American Aviation B-25C Mitchell Test Flight
The North American B-25 Mitchell was a twin-engine bomber that became standard equipment for the Allied...
General Aviation Assembly Line at Dundalk, Maryland
BI46068 (ga2855)
General Aviation Assembly Line at Dundalk, Maryland
This facility in Dundalk, Maryland was home to the Fokker Aircraft Company of America, a subsidiary of...
YO-27 Production Line on November 1, 1932
BI46064 (ga2854)
YO-27 Production Line on November 1, 1932
The YO-27 bomber prototype produced by the General Aviation Corporation was derived from the Fokker O-27...
North American Aviation P-51D Mustang Flight Line
BI45733 (BIV15_P-51_05)
North American Aviation P-51D Mustang Flight Line
The P-51D became the most widely produced variant of the Mustang. The P-51D started arriving in Europe...
P-51B/C Mustang and A-36A Invader Striking Ground Targets
BI45731 (BIV15_P-51_07)
P-51B/C Mustang and A-36A Invader Striking Ground Targets
Although first designed for the British as a medium-altitude fighter, the Mustang excelled in hedge-hopping...
North American Aviation F-51s on Flight Ramp
BI45732 (BIV15_P-51_08)
North American Aviation F-51s on Flight Ramp
After World War II, the P-51s were redesignated as F-51s and were delegated to the Air National Guard...
North American Aviation P-51B Mustang Flight Line
BI45730 (BIV15_P-51_06)
North American Aviation P-51B Mustang Flight Line
The pairing of the P-51 airframe and Packard-Merlin V-1650 engine was designated P-51B or P-51C. B (NA-102)...
Boeing Echo Ranger B-roll, February 2015
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Boeing Echo Ranger B-roll, February 2015
Echo Ranger is an autonomous large-diameter unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV). The 18-foot-long (5.6-meter)UUV...
Boeing Echo Ranger B-roll, April 2015
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Boeing Echo Ranger B-roll, April 2015
Echo Ranger is an autonomous large-diameter unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV). The 18-foot-long (5.6-meter)UUV...
Forward Fuselage of VC-118A "Independence"
BI45184 (kind-g1-14)
Forward Fuselage of VC-118A "Independence"
The 29th DC-6 was ordered by the Air Force, adapted as the presidential aircraft and designated the VC-118....
VC-118A "Independence" on Flight Ramp
BI45183 (kind-g1-9)
VC-118A "Independence" on Flight Ramp
The 29th DC-6 was ordered by the Air Force, adapted as the presidential aircraft and designated the VC-118....
Boeing B-29 Superfortress Manufacturing and Assembly B-roll
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Boeing B-29 Superfortress Manufacturing and Assembly B-roll
The new Boeing B-29 Superfortress entered combat less than two years after its first flight in 1942....
B-29 Superfortress at Boeing Field During World War II
BI45139 (BIV15_B-29_02)
B-29 Superfortress at Boeing Field During World War II
Boeing submitted the prototype for the B-29 Superfortress long-range heavy bomber (Model 345) to the...
Engine Fire Destroys McDonnell XP-67
BI45030 (BIV15_XP-67_02)
Engine Fire Destroys McDonnell XP-67
On Aug. 14, 1941, the U.S. Army Air Forces placed its first order with the tiny McDonnell Aircraft Corp....
McDonnell Aircraft XP-67 B-roll
BI45029 (BIV15_XP-67_01)
McDonnell Aircraft XP-67 B-roll
On Aug. 14, 1941, the U.S. Army Air Forces placed its first order with the tiny McDonnell Aircraft Corp....
Douglas XB-42 Mixmaster
BI45024 (BIV15_XB-42_01)
Douglas XB-42 Mixmaster
The ingenious Douglas XB-42A Mixmaster was America's first 400 mph bomber. One of the most advanced reciprocating-engine...
B-29 "Unknown Angel" Test Rig at Boeing Bomber School
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B-29 "Unknown Angel" Test Rig at Boeing Bomber School
In 1942 Boeing committed half a million dollars to construct and equip a B-17 Flying Fortress training...
Boeing Model 377 Stratocruiser B-roll
BI44592 (BIV14_Model377_01)
Boeing Model 377 Stratocruiser B-roll
After World War II was over, Boeing re-entered the commercial market with a new long-range airliner,...
Boeing Model 377 Stratocruiser Airline B-roll
BI44591 (BIV14_Model377_03)
Boeing Model 377 Stratocruiser Airline B-roll
After World War II was over, Boeing re-entered the commercial market with a new long-range airliner,...
Boeing Model 377 Stratocruiser in Flight
BI44590 (BIV14_Model377_02)
Boeing Model 377 Stratocruiser in Flight
After World War II was over, Boeing re-entered the commercial market with a new long-range airliner,...
Boeing Model 314 Clipper Assembly and Testing
BI44545 (BIV14_Model314_02)
Boeing Model 314 Clipper Assembly and Testing
The whale-shaped Boeing Model 314 flying boat took cruise ship elegance into the air. Luxurious amenities...
Boeing Model 314 Clipper in Flight
BI44542 (BIV14_Model314_01)
Boeing Model 314 Clipper in Flight
The whale-shaped Boeing Model 314 flying boat took cruise ship elegance into the air. Luxurious amenities...
A-1 Skyraider on Douglas El Segundo Flight Ramp, 1950s
BI44512 (BIV14_A-1_01)
A-1 Skyraider on Douglas El Segundo Flight Ramp, 1950s
First of the Skyraider series, the single-place AD-1 (later designated the A-1) was delivered in 1946....
Douglas DC-5
BI44426 (BIV14_DC-5_01)
Douglas DC-5
The DC-5 prototype and four production DC-5s were built before World War II. The 16-seat airliner featured...
Boeing Model 307 Stratoliner Development Testing
BI44396 (BIV14_Model307_01)
Boeing Model 307 Stratoliner Development Testing
The Stratoliner was the first airplane to have a flight engineer as a member of the crew. The engineer...
Restored Boeing Model 247
BI44338 (BIV14_Model247_02)
Restored Boeing Model 247
The revolutionary Boeing Model 247, developed in 1933, was an all-metal, twin-engine airplane and the...
Boeing Model 247 Number 5 Test Flight
BI44335 (BIV14_Model247_03)
Boeing Model 247 Number 5 Test Flight
The revolutionary Boeing Model 247, developed in 1933, was an all-metal, twin-engine airplane and the...
Douglas C-47 Skytrain in World War II (Part Three)
BI44325 (BIV14_C-47_04)
Douglas C-47 Skytrain in World War II (Part Three)
In 1941 the U.S. Army Air Forces selected a modified version of the DC-3, the C-47 Skytrain, to become...
Douglas DC-3 in flight, 1985
BI44287 (BIV14_DC-3_04)
Douglas DC-3 in flight, 1985
The Douglas DC-3, which made air travel popular and airline profits possible, is universally recognized...
Douglas C-47 Skytrain, Post WWII
BI44177 (BI44177)
Douglas C-47 Skytrain, Post WWII
Every branch of the U.S military and all major allied powers flew the C-47. The U.S. Navy version was...
Douglas R4D Skytrain, Post WWII
BI44173 (BIV14_R4D_04)
Douglas R4D Skytrain, Post WWII
Every branch of the U.S military and all major allied powers flew the C-47. The U.S. Navy version was...
Douglas R4D Skytrain in Arctic Conditions
BI44172 (BIV14_R4D_03)
Douglas R4D Skytrain in Arctic Conditions
For both airline and military use, the DC-3/C-47/R4D proved to be tough, flexible, and easy to operate...
Douglas R4D Skytrain In Flight
BI44124 (BIV14_R4D_01)
Douglas R4D Skytrain In Flight
In 1941 the U.S. Army Air Forces selected a modified version of the DC-3, the C-47 Skytrain, to become...
Douglas R4D Skytrain in WWII
BI44118 (BIV14_R4D_02)
Douglas R4D Skytrain in WWII
In 1941 the U.S. Army Air Forces selected a modified version of the DC-3, the C-47 Skytrain, to become...
Douglas C-47 Skytrain in WWII (Part Two)
BI44108 (BIV14_C-47_02)
Douglas C-47 Skytrain in WWII (Part Two)
The C-47 Skytrain operated from every continent in the world and participated in every major battle....
Douglas C-47 Skytrain in WWII (Part One)
BI44098 (BIV14_C-47_01)
Douglas C-47 Skytrain in WWII (Part One)
In 1941 the U.S. Army Air Forces selected a modified version of the DC-3, the C-47 Skytrain, to become...
Delivery of 100th Douglas Transport, a DC-2 (1935)
BI44078 (BIV14_DC-2_01)
Delivery of 100th Douglas Transport, a DC-2 (1935)
Inspired by the technical success of the DC-1, the DC-2 was introduced less than a year after the DC-1's...
Boeing Phantom Eye First Flight B-roll
BI43234 (BIV13_P-EYE_01)
Boeing Phantom Eye First Flight B-roll
The Phantom Eye demonstrator is a propeller-driven lightweight structure with a high aspect ratio wing....
SolarEagle Flies Above Clouds
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SolarEagle Flies Above Clouds
This effort is continuing as DARPA’s Vulture II, but the program has been re-scoped and as a result of...
Douglas O-46A Line Art
BI42077 (Douglas O-46A)
Douglas O-46A Line Art
Douglas' first observation monoplane was the XO-31, an all-metal, single-engine, straight-wing aircraft...
Douglas AD-2 Skyraider on Compass Rose
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Douglas AD-2 Skyraider on Compass Rose
The Douglas Skyraider, with its straight, low-mounted, tapered wings, was the only aircraft of its time...
Douglas AD Skyraider Three View
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Douglas AD Skyraider Three View
The Douglas Skyraider, with its straight, low-mounted, tapered wings, was the only aircraft of its time...
Douglas AD Skyraider Component Breakdown
BI42068 (b09-2-1)
Douglas AD Skyraider Component Breakdown
The Douglas Skyraider, with its straight, low-mounted, tapered wings, was the only aircraft of its time...
Douglas AD-3N Skyraider In Flight
BI42067 (es 77842)
Douglas AD-3N Skyraider In Flight
The Douglas Skyraider, with its straight, low-mounted, tapered wings, was the only aircraft of its time...
Douglas Sleeper Transport In Flight
BI42059 (dst)
Douglas Sleeper Transport In Flight
The DC-3, which made air travel popular and airline profits possible, is universally recognized as the...
Douglas XB-42 Mixmaster In Flight
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Douglas XB-42 Mixmaster In Flight
The XB-42 and the XB-43 were top security wartime programs which produced only four flying aircraft....
XB-42 Mixmaster Fly-by
BI42041 (xb-42misc_027)
XB-42 Mixmaster Fly-by
The Douglas XB-42 and the XB-43 were top security wartime programs which produced only four flying aircraft....
Rear View of Douglas XB-42 Mixmaster
BI42040 (xb-42misc_036)
Rear View of Douglas XB-42 Mixmaster
The XB-42 and the XB-43 were top security wartime programs which produced only four flying aircraft....
Bob Hoover and his P-51 Mustang
BI41916 (RIimg659)
Bob Hoover and his P-51 Mustang
Bob Hoover was a test pilot for North American Rockwell for many years. He piloted his P-51 "Ole Yeller"...
Boeing XP-9
BI41756 (96796B)
Boeing XP-9
The XP-9, Boeing Model 96, was the company's first monoplane fighter aircraft.
VC-118A "Independence" Taxis on Flight Ramp
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VC-118A "Independence" Taxis on Flight Ramp
The 29th DC-6 was ordered by the Air Force, adapted as the presidential aircraft and designated the VC-118....
VC-118A "Independence" Landing
BI41750 (85-4-1 VC-118)
VC-118A "Independence" Landing
The 29th DC-6 was ordered by the Air Force, adapted as the presidential aircraft and designated the VC-118....
Flight Crew for VC-54C "Sacred Cow"
BI41748 (53-56-1 CREW OF VC-54C SACRED COW)
Flight Crew for VC-54C "Sacred Cow"
Douglas built 1,241 of the DC-4s and its military counterparts, including the R5D for the Navy. A special...
VC-54C "Sacred Cow" on Flight Ramp
BI41747 (HG81-334 VC-54C SACRED COW)
VC-54C "Sacred Cow" on Flight Ramp
Douglas built 1,241 of the DC-4s and its military counterparts, including the R5D for the Navy. A special...
North American Aviation O-47
BI41744 (20.201-118)
North American Aviation O-47
The O-47 was a single-engine, mid-wing observation monoplane developed to meet U.S. Army Air Force requirements....
P-51B Mustangs Ready to Fly
BI632778 (naa610)
P-51B Mustangs Ready to Fly
The pairing of the P-51 airframe and Packard-Merlin V-1650 engine was designated P-51B or P-51C. B (NA-102)...
World's First Wind Farm
BI4836 (82sk04954-3)
World's First Wind Farm
The world's first wind farm became operational in 1980 when three giant Boeing-built MOD-2 wind turbines...
XF8B-1 Fighter Mockup Showing Folded Wing
BI220513 (42154b)
XF8B-1 Fighter Mockup Showing Folded Wing
The XF8B-1 fighter-bomber was the heaviest carrier-based airplane built before the end of World War II....
XF8B-1 Mockup with Folding Wing Extended
BI220515 (42343b)
XF8B-1 Mockup with Folding Wing Extended
The XF8B-1 fighter-bomber was the heaviest carrier-based airplane built before the end of World War II....
Girl Sitting on the Nacelle of a B-29 Superfortress
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Girl Sitting on the Nacelle of a B-29 Superfortress
The Boeing B-29 Superfortress entered combat less than two years after its first flight in 1942. It was...
Restored 307 Stratoliner Engines
BI222593 (2003-7-rg20)
Restored 307 Stratoliner Engines
Boeing 307 Stratoliners were the world's first fully pressurized commercial airliners. They were able...
Restored 307 Stratoliner
BI222601 (2003-7-rg24)
Restored 307 Stratoliner
The last remaining Stratoliner, the Flying Cloud, was purchased by the Smithsonian's National Air and...
Restored 307 Stratoliner Propeller
BI222607 (2003-7-rg9)
Restored 307 Stratoliner Propeller
The last remaining Stratoliner, the Flying Cloud, was purchased by the Smithsonian's National Air and...
Model 40 Mail Plane with Women
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Model 40 Mail Plane with Women
The first Model 40 was built for a 1925 U.S. Post Office competition as a replacement for the converted...
B-29 Superfortress Engine Maintenance
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B-29 Superfortress Engine Maintenance
At the time of its first flight, the B-29 Superfortress was one of the most complex airplanes ever built...
P-51D Mustang Flight Line
BI224017 (naa5075)
P-51D Mustang Flight Line
The P-51D had several design improvements over previous versions of the Mustang, and nearly 8,000 were...
XTBD-1 Devastator Propeller
BI224259 (7892)
XTBD-1 Devastator Propeller
When the U.S. Navy placed a contract with Douglas Aircraft Co. for the development of the TBD torpedo...
McDonnell XP-67 and Pilot
BI224395 (d4e-2317)
McDonnell XP-67 and Pilot
In September 1941, McDonnell Aircraft Corporation won an Army Air Force contract for the XP-67 Bomber-Destroyer,...
Donald Wills Douglas Sr. Leans on the Prop of a New DC-7
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Donald Wills Douglas Sr. Leans on the Prop of a New DC-7
In 1920, Donald Wills Douglas founded the Douglas Aircraft Company in California. By 1940, Douglas Aircraft...
Bill Boeing and Phil Johnson (R) with Erik Nelsen (L)
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Bill Boeing and Phil Johnson (R) with Erik Nelsen (L)
Bill Boeing and Phil Johnson (R) with Erik Nelsen (L). Phil Johnson was an engineer who ran Bill Boeing's...
Engine Worker with an A-20
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Engine Worker with an A-20
After the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, American men enlisted and faltering wartime factories called on...
Douglas Long Beach "Rosies" Rollout the 2000th C-47 Skytrain
BI226598 (lb-graffiti)
Douglas Long Beach "Rosies" Rollout the 2000th C-47 Skytrain
By 1941 the old Air Corps had been transformed into the Army Air Forces, and it selected a modified version...
B-17F Flying Fortress Restoration
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B-17F Flying Fortress Restoration
Sponsored in part by the Boeing Management Association, a team of volunteers restored a classic B-17F...
P-51D Mustang Flight Line at Dawn
BI228157 (naa5076)
P-51D Mustang Flight Line at Dawn
The P-51D had several design improvements over previous versions of the Mustang, and nearly 8,000 were...
P-51D Mustang Maintenance
BI228159 (naa5077)
P-51D Mustang Maintenance
The P-51D had several design improvements over previous versions of the Mustang, and nearly 8,000 were...
377 Stratocruiser Propeller
BI219210 (p8570)
377 Stratocruiser Propeller
Mechanics work on an engine from a 377 Stratocruiser, providing a good view of its variable pitch propeller....
Crew Starting B-29 Superfortress Engines
BI219562 (x15)
Crew Starting B-29 Superfortress Engines
The B-29 was the first bomber with a pressurized crew babin allowing for high-altitude missions carrying...
Dual Propellers for XF8B-1 on Dolly
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Dual Propellers for XF8B-1 on Dolly
The XF8B-1 fighter-bomber was the heaviest carrier-based airplane built before the end of World War II....
Dual Propeller Installation for XF8B-1
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Dual Propeller Installation for XF8B-1
The XF8B-1 fighter-bomber was the heaviest carrier-based airplane built before the end of World War II....
XF8B-1 Engine and Propeller
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XF8B-1 Engine and Propeller
The XF8B-1 fighter-bomber was the heaviest carrier-based airplane built before the end of World War II....
P-51D Mustang on Apron with WASP on Wing
BI220164 (84-852ll)
P-51D Mustang on Apron with WASP on Wing
A WASP stows her parachute in a new Mustang preparatory to flying it from the 6th Ferrying Group, Ferrying...
Mechanic Servicing P-51D Mustang Nose Section
BI220166 (84-852xx)
Mechanic Servicing P-51D Mustang Nose Section
The P-51 Mustang was initially designed for the British Royal Air Force for fighter reconnaissance and...
Boeing Fuel Cell Demonstrator
BI228351 (img_0040)
Boeing Fuel Cell Demonstrator
In an effort to develop environmentally progressive technologies for aerospace applications, Boeing researchers...
Boeing 727 UDF Test Plane
BI228809 (p59119)
Boeing 727 UDF Test Plane
In the mid 1980s, Boeing used a company-owned 727 to test a new engine for a proposed twin propeller-turbine...
C-130 at Kirtland AFB, Albuquerque, New Mexico
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C-130 at Kirtland AFB, Albuquerque, New Mexico
The Advanced Tactical Laser (ATL) Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration ATCD supports Special Operations...
C-130 Hercules Under a Blue Sky at Kirtland AFB
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C-130 Hercules Under a Blue Sky at Kirtland AFB
In Albuquerque, New Mexico, the Boeing-SVS team works on high-tech electro-optical systems for IDS. ATL,...
B-17G Flying Fortress Right Nacelles with Anti-Glare Finish
BI229801 (46588b)
B-17G Flying Fortress Right Nacelles with Anti-Glare Finish
The last version of the Flying Fortress was the B-17G. Produced in the greatest quantity, it included...
B-17G Flying Fortress Left Nacelles with Anti-Glare Finish
BI229803 (46589b)
B-17G Flying Fortress Left Nacelles with Anti-Glare Finish
The last version of the Flying Fortress was the B-17G. Produced in the greatest quantity, it included...
Boeing Phantom Eye at High Altitude
BI232191 (184757_006)
Boeing Phantom Eye at High Altitude
Powered by two 2 liter, four-cylinder engines that provide 150 horsepower each, and a 150 foot wing span,...
Boeing C-130 AMP in Hangar
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Boeing C-130 AMP in Hangar
The C-130 AMP (Avionics Modernization Program) was initiated to modernize, standardize and reduce total...
Howard Hughes' Stratoliner SB-307B On Ramp
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Howard Hughes' Stratoliner SB-307B On Ramp
In 1938 Howard Hughes approached Boeing about buying a 307 Stratocruiser for his attempt to break his...
Boeing B-29 Superfortress on Flightline
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Boeing B-29 Superfortress on Flightline
The new Boeing B-29 Superfortress entered combat less than two years after its first flight in 1942....
Boeing B-29 Parked on Flight Line
BI232405 (BW23270)
Boeing B-29 Parked on Flight Line
Boeing submitted the prototype for the B-29 Superfortress long-range heavy bomber (Model 345) to the...
B-29 Superfortresses Awaiting Delivery
BI232407 (BW23317)
B-29 Superfortresses Awaiting Delivery
The B-29 Superfortress had many new features, including guns that could be fired by remote control. The...
Boeing B-29 Superfortress on Wichita Flight Line
BI232409 (BW23318)
Boeing B-29 Superfortress on Wichita Flight Line
The B-29 Superfortress was primarily used in the Pacific theater during World War II. After World War...
B-29s and Kaydets Parked on Wichita Flight Ramp
BI232411 (BW23449-4)
B-29s and Kaydets Parked on Wichita Flight Ramp
Boeing built a total of 2,766 B-29s at plants in Wichita, Kan., and in Renton, Wash. Between 1936 and...
Stearman Kaydets Ready For Delivery from Wichita Plant
BI232417 (BW6564)
Stearman Kaydets Ready For Delivery from Wichita Plant
Stearman’s most successful and enduring product, the Model 75 became the main primary trainer aircraft...
Boeing Phantom Eye HALE Completes Vibration Tests
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Boeing Phantom Eye HALE Completes Vibration Tests
The Boeing Phantom Eye high altitude long endurance (HALE) unmanned airborne system is being prepared...
B-17 Visits Boeing Chehalis-Centralia Airport Facility in 1944
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B-17 Visits Boeing Chehalis-Centralia Airport Facility in 1944
The B-17 was doing a tour of all of the Boeing branch plants in Washington State and this particular...
Boeing SolarEagle Concept In Flight
BI232636 (solareaglelayout_2pr)
Boeing SolarEagle Concept In Flight
This effort is continuing as DARPA’s Vulture II, but the program has been re-scoped and as a result of...
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