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Douglas DB-8A-5 on El Segundo Flight Ramp
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Douglas DB-8A-5 on El Segundo Flight Ramp
The A-17 started as an attack version of the Northrop Gamma and was designed principally for export....
Douglas DB-8A-5 on El Segundo Flight Ramp
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Douglas DB-8A-5 on El Segundo Flight Ramp
The A-17 started as an attack version of the Northrop Gamma and was designed principally for export....
Douglas DB-8A-5 on El Segundo Flight Ramp
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Douglas DB-8A-5 on El Segundo Flight Ramp
The A-17 started as an attack version of the Northrop Gamma and was designed principally for export....
Douglas DB-8A-5 on El Segundo Flight Ramp
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Douglas DB-8A-5 on El Segundo Flight Ramp
The A-17 started as an attack version of the Northrop Gamma and was designed principally for export....
Douglas DB-8A-5 on El Segundo Flight Ramp
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Douglas DB-8A-5 on El Segundo Flight Ramp
The A-17 started as an attack version of the Northrop Gamma and was designed principally for export....
Douglas DB-8A-5 on El Segundo Flight Ramp
BI44899 (es8230)
Douglas DB-8A-5 on El Segundo Flight Ramp
The A-17 started as an attack version of the Northrop Gamma and was designed principally for export....
Douglas DB-8A-5 on El Segundo Flight Ramp
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Douglas DB-8A-5 on El Segundo Flight Ramp
The A-17 started as an attack version of the Northrop Gamma and was designed principally for export....
A-1 Skyraider on Douglas El Segundo Flight Ramp, 1950s
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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....
F4D Skyrays on Douglas El Segundo Flight Ramp, 1950s
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F4D Skyrays on Douglas El Segundo Flight Ramp, 1950s
The Douglas F4D Skyray was designed to intercept enemy bombers at high altitudes. It was the world's...
A-4 Skyhawk on Douglas El Segundo Flight Ramp, 1950s
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A-4 Skyhawk on Douglas El Segundo Flight Ramp, 1950s
The Douglas A4D Skyhawk was roughly half the empty weight of its contemporaries and could fly at 677...
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 SBD Dauntless Manufacturing Line
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Douglas SBD Dauntless Manufacturing Line
The Douglas SBD Dauntless dive bomber became a mainstay of the Navy's World War II air fleet in the Pacific,...
SBD Dauntless on Flight Apron
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SBD Dauntless on Flight Apron
The SBD Dauntless was a two-place, low-wing Navy scout bomber, powered by a single Wright R1820, 1200-horsepower...
D-558-1 Skystreak on the Ground
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D-558-1 Skystreak on the Ground
On August 25, 1947, with World War II Marine Corps ace Marion Carl at the controls, the Douglas D-558-1...
Nose Landing Gear on D-558-1 Skystreak Ship Number One
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Nose Landing Gear on D-558-1 Skystreak Ship Number One
The D-558-1 was developed by the Douglas Aircraft Company at its El Segundo (California) Division in...
D-558-1 Skystreak Ship #2 Jettisonable Nose Section
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D-558-1 Skystreak Ship #2 Jettisonable Nose Section
The D-558-1 was developed by the Douglas Aircraft Company, today a part of Boeing, at its El Segundo...
D-558-1 Skystreak 2 in Assembly
BI229461 (72-1-15)
D-558-1 Skystreak 2 in Assembly
The D-558-1 was developed by the Douglas Aircraft Company, today a part of Boeing, at its El Segundo...
D-558-1 Skystreak 2 Fuselage Sections Awaiting Final Body Join
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D-558-1 Skystreak 2 Fuselage Sections Awaiting Final Body Join
The D-558-1 was developed by the Douglas Aircraft Company at its El Segundo (California) Division in...
D-558-1 Skystreaks on Static Display
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D-558-1 Skystreaks on Static Display
The D-558-1 Skystreak and its successor, the D-558-2 Skyrocket—the first manned aircraft to reach twice...
D-558-1 Skystreak on the Ground
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D-558-1 Skystreak on the Ground
On August 25, 1947, with World War II Marine Corps ace Marion Carl at the controls, the Douglas D-558-1...
D-558-1 Skystreak on the Ground
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D-558-1 Skystreak on the Ground
The D-558-1 was developed by the Douglas Aircraft Company at its El Segundo (California) Division in...
D-558-1 Skystreaks on Static Display
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D-558-1 Skystreaks on Static Display
The D-558-1 Skystreak and its successor, the D-558-2 Skyrocket—the first manned aircraft to reach twice...
D-558-1 Skystreak on Static Display
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D-558-1 Skystreak on Static Display
On August 25, 1947, with World War II Marine Corps ace Marion Carl at the controls, the Douglas D-558-1...
SBD-3 on the Tarmac, Early US Army Air Corps Markings
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SBD-3 on the Tarmac, Early US Army Air Corps Markings
The SBD Dauntless was a two-place, low-wing Navy scout bomber, powered by a single Wright R1820, 1200-horsepower...
Douglas SBD-3 on the Ground, in Revised US Army Air Corps Livery
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Douglas SBD-3 on the Ground, in Revised US Army Air Corps Livery
The Douglas SBD Dauntless earned the distinction of having the lowest loss ratio of any U.S. carrier-based...
Douglas SBD-3 on the Ground, in Revised US Army Air Corps Livery
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Douglas SBD-3 on the Ground, in Revised US Army Air Corps Livery
The SBD Dauntless was a two-place, low-wing Navy scout bomber, powered by a single Wright R1820, 1200-horsepower...
D-558-1 Skystreaks, Ship #1 in Rear and Static Fuselage in Front
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D-558-1 Skystreaks, Ship #1 in Rear and Static Fuselage in Front
The D-558-1 was developed by the Douglas Aircraft Company at its El Segundo (California) Division in...
First D-558-1 Skystreak in Assembly
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First D-558-1 Skystreak in Assembly
The D-558-1 Skystreak and its successor, the D-558-2 Skyrocket—the first manned aircraft to reach twice...
D-558-1 Skystreak Ship Number 1in Assembly
BI229511 (es65648)
D-558-1 Skystreak Ship Number 1in Assembly
On August 25, 1947, with World War II Marine Corps ace Marion Carl at the controls, the Douglas D-558-1...
D-558-1 Skystreak Battery Compartment
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D-558-1 Skystreak Battery Compartment
The D-558-1 Skystreak and its successor, the D-558-2 Skyrocket—the first manned aircraft to reach twice...
Second D-558-2 Skyrocket in Assembly
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Second D-558-2 Skyrocket in Assembly
The D-558-1 Skystreak and the D-558-2 Skyrocket were 1947-48 experimental aircraft, which first nudged,...
D-558-1 Skystreak on the Ground
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D-558-1 Skystreak on the Ground
With a bright gloss-red finish and not being much more than a long tube with wings, the D-558-1 earned...
D-558-1 Skystreak on the Ground
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D-558-1 Skystreak on the Ground
The D-558-1 was developed by the Douglas Aircraft Company at its El Segundo (California) Division in...
First D-558-2 Skyrocket Rollout with Flush Canopy
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First D-558-2 Skyrocket Rollout with Flush Canopy
When the Skyrocket was first rolled out, it had a flush canopy. The plane was later modified to a raised...
D-558-1 Skystreak #1 is Towed out of its Construction Hangar
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D-558-1 Skystreak #1 is Towed out of its Construction Hangar
The D-558-1 was developed by the Douglas Aircraft Company at its El Segundo (California) Division in...
Female Douglas Employees Assemble an SBD Tail
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Female Douglas Employees Assemble an SBD Tail
One of the heroes of World War II was "Rosie the Riveter," a name proudly adopted by the millions of...
Douglas Aircraft Rosies
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Douglas Aircraft Rosies
Seven Douglas Aircraft "Rosie the Riviters" pose in from of Douglas airplane.
Working on A-3 Skywarrior Rear Guns
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Working on A-3 Skywarrior Rear Guns
Douglas A3D Skywarrior (1952-1961): In the early 1950s, Douglas set out to fill the U.S. Navy’s need...
D-558-1 Skystreak Static Thrust Engine Test
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D-558-1 Skystreak Static Thrust Engine Test
Douglas F3D Skyknight (1949-1953): The Douglas F3D Skyknight was the U.S. Navy’s first jet fighter to...
Preparing to Ship the DC-5
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Preparing to Ship the DC-5
Douglas DC-5 (1939-1941): Development of the DC-5 and the DC-4 began at the same time, but the DC-5 went...
D-558-2 Skyrocket on Tarmac
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D-558-2 Skyrocket on Tarmac
The D-558 Skystreak and the D-558-2 Skyrocket were 1947-48 experimental aircraft, which first nudged,...
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