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General Arrangement BOEING 747 F Freighter
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General Arrangement BOEING 747 F Freighter
"BOEING 747 F Freighter." Brochure D6-13920 R1, 78 pages (printed one side only), issued June 1969 by...
Boeing 727 wing-underside
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Boeing 727 wing-underside
Boeing 727 wing-underside

P31751 dated 4/1/1963
Rear View of Boeing Model 727 on the Ground
BI429164 (P31610_3-15-1963)
Rear View of Boeing Model 727 on the Ground
Rear view, close-up, from below, of Boeing Model 727 on the ground, likely at the Boeing plant at Renton,...
Pan American Boeing 747-121 "Clipper Juan T. Trippe"
BI429153 (K16876_4-11-1969)
Pan American Boeing 747-121 "Clipper Juan T. Trippe"
Left side view of Pan American Boeing 747-121 "Clipper Juan T. Trippe" (r/n N747PA, c/n 1969) in flight,...
James McDonnell and President John F. Kennedy Visit Gemini Space Capsule
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James McDonnell and President John F. Kennedy Visit Gemini Space Capsule
Mr. McDonnell and John F. Kennedy Visit Space Capsule and McDonnell Aircraft Corporation Factory (1962)...
Romny Lowry - Algae-Oxygen Test Chamber
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Romny Lowry - Algae-Oxygen Test Chamber
Romny Lowry - Algae-Oxygen Test Chamber. April 1961.
John F. Kennedy Tours McDonnell Aircraft Corporation
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John F. Kennedy Tours McDonnell Aircraft Corporation
President Kennedy McDonnell Aircarft Corporation tour circa 1962
John F. Kennedy Tour at McDonnell Aircraft Corporation
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John F. Kennedy Tour at McDonnell Aircraft Corporation
JFK visit to McDonnell Aircraft Corporation factory 1962.
John F. Kennedy Tour at McDonnell Aircraft Corporation
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John F. Kennedy Tour at McDonnell Aircraft Corporation
JFK visit to McDonnell Aircraft Corporation factory 1962.
John F. Kennedy Tour at McDonnell Aircraft Corporation
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John F. Kennedy Tour at McDonnell Aircraft Corporation
JFK visit to McDonnel Aircraft Corporation factory 1962.
John F. Kennedy Tour at McDonnell Aircraft Corporation
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John F. Kennedy Tour at McDonnell Aircraft Corporation
JFK visit to McDonnell Aircraft Corporation factory. 1962
John F. Kennedy Tour at McDonnell Aircraft Corporation
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John F. Kennedy Tour at McDonnell Aircraft Corporation
JFK visit to McDonnell Aircraft Corporation factory. 1962
McDonnell Founders Day Video
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McDonnell Founders Day Video
McDonnell Aircraft Corporations Founders Day - John F. Kennedy speech to employees, 1962.
Canada's CH-147F Chinook makes its first flight.
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Canada's CH-147F Chinook makes its first flight.
The inaugural flight on June 24, 2012 lasted more than 80 minutes and confirmed the initial airworthiness...
CH-47F Chinook First Flight
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CH-47F Chinook First Flight
The first CH-47F Chinook Engineering and Manufacturing Developmentprototype completed its first flight...
John F. Kennedy Tour at McDonnell Aircraft Corporation
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John F. Kennedy Tour at McDonnell Aircraft Corporation
JFK Tour at McDonnell Aircraft Corporation factory, 1962
North American Aviation El Segundo Headquarters
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North American Aviation El Segundo Headquarters
Aerial shot of North American Aviation El Segundo Headquarters in 1964.
North American Aviation El Segundo Headquarters
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North American Aviation El Segundo Headquarters
Aerial shot of North American Aviation El Segundo Headquarters in 1964.
First Boeing 747 Delivery to Pan Am Airlines
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First Boeing 747 Delivery to Pan Am Airlines
First 747, delivered to Pan Am Airlines in 1969.
Syncom, the First Geosynchronous Communications Satellite
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Syncom, the First Geosynchronous Communications Satellite
The 1963 launch of Syncom, the world's first geosynchronous communications satellite, began a communications...
Syncom 3 Test Pictures
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Syncom 3 Test Pictures
Syncom 3 test pictures are the prelude to the first live Olympics TV coverage – the 1964 Games in Tokyo....
Syncom, the First Geosynchronous Communications Satellite
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Syncom, the First Geosynchronous Communications Satellite
The 1963 launch of Syncom, the world's first geosynchronous communications satellite, began a communications...
Syncom, the First Geosynchronous Communications Satellite
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Syncom, the First Geosynchronous Communications Satellite
The 1963 launch of Syncom, the world's first geosynchronous communications satellite, began a communications...
Minuteman Missile
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Minuteman Missile
Minuteman missile in front of Captain Parker statue on the Lexington Green in 1960.
Boeing 737-100
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Boeing 737-100
Boeing CEO William Allen greets the number one 737 at Paine Filed Everett, WA as it completes its first...
Test Pilots in Front of Boeing 737-100
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Test Pilots in Front of Boeing 737-100
Chief test pilot Brien Wygle (left) and his copilot Lew Wallick standing in front of a Boeing 737 prior...
Boeing 737-100
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Boeing 737-100
The number one 737 at Paine Field in Everett WA after competing its first flight, April 9, 1967.
Boeing 737-100
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Boeing 737-100
The very first 737 makes its first flight, April 9, 1967.
Boeing 737-100
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Boeing 737-100
The first 737 was built at Boeing Plant 2 at Boeing Field in Seattle. The ceiling of the assembly building...
Apollo Capsule in Outer Space and Splashdown
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Apollo Capsule in Outer Space and Splashdown
All the major sections of the Apollo spacecraft and launch vehicle, with the exception of the Grumman-built...
Project Mercury Footage
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Project Mercury Footage
Project Mercury, a nationwide team effort led by NASA, gathered data on the psychological and physiological...
Gemini Capsule Assembly and Testing
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Gemini Capsule Assembly and Testing
NASA selected McDonnell to build the Gemini capsule in 1961, and it was delivered less than two years...
Talos Surface-to-Air Missile System Footage
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Talos Surface-to-Air Missile System Footage
In the late 1940s, in conjunction with Johns Hopkins University, McDonnell evolved the configuration...
McDonnell Gemini Hybrid Simulator
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McDonnell Gemini Hybrid Simulator
NASA selected McDonnell to build the Gemini capsule in 1961, and it was delivered less than two years...
Gemini Launch and Orbit Scenes
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Gemini Launch and Orbit Scenes
NASA selected McDonnell to build the Gemini capsule in 1961, and it was delivered less than two years...
C-9A Nightingale Footage
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C-9A Nightingale Footage
The C-9A "Nightingale" was used by the U.S. Air Force to transport sick and injured military personnel....
McDonnell GAM-72 Quail on Trailer
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McDonnell GAM-72 Quail on Trailer
Designed for launching from the bomb bay of a B-47 or B-52, the McDonnell GAM-72 Quail acted as a decoy...
USAF F-4 Phantom II Thunderbirds B-roll
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USAF F-4 Phantom II Thunderbirds B-roll
The McDonnell F-4 Phantom II was the first supersonic jet fighter to serve simultaneously with the U.S....
US Navy F-4 Phantom Blue Angels B-roll
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US Navy F-4 Phantom Blue Angels B-roll
The McDonnell F-4 Phantom II was the first supersonic jet fighter to serve simultaneously with the U.S....
Rocketdyne J-2 Engine Assembly and Testing
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Rocketdyne J-2 Engine Assembly and Testing
Rocketdyne J-2 rocket engines powered numerous Saturn rocket stages for the Apollo space flight program....
Rocketdyne F-1 Rocket Development
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Rocketdyne F-1 Rocket Development
F-1 is the most powerful U.S. rocket engine to be placed in production. Developed at Conoga Park, California,...
Boeing "FRESH-1" Water Trials
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Boeing "FRESH-1" Water Trials
Boeing Model 883, or FRESH-1 (for "foil research experimental supercavitating hydrofoil"), was part of...
Boeing "Little Squirt" Water Trials
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Boeing "Little Squirt" Water Trials
In 1959, Boeing began research and development of hydrofoils. The hydrodynamic test system (HTS), called...
Boeing Model 2707 Supersonic Transport Mockup
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Boeing Model 2707 Supersonic Transport Mockup
On New year's Eve 1966, after more than 14 years of study, design work and competition, the federal government...
Film: "New Dimension: First Flight of the Boeing 747 Superjet"
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Film: "New Dimension: First Flight of the Boeing 747 Superjet"
Boeing Company film from 1969 that documents the construction of the 747 factory at Everett, assembly...
McDonnell Model 220 Business Jet
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McDonnell Model 220 Business Jet
Mr. Mac re-designated the Model 119 as the Model 220 to reflect that McDonnell Aircraft had entered its...
McDonnell ASSET Vehicle B-roll
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McDonnell ASSET Vehicle B-roll
The USAF ASSET research program was the first phase of the Spacecraft Technology and Advanced Re-entry...
North American Aviation F-100 Super Sabre B-roll
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North American Aviation F-100 Super Sabre B-roll
While the later models of the F-100 Super Sabre had a speed in excess of 1,000 mph, two earlier models,...
737-200 Flight Deck
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737-200 Flight Deck
On Dec. 29, 1967, United Airlines, the first domestic customer to order the 737, took delivery of the...
T-2 Buckeye Trainers from NAS Patuxent River
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T-2 Buckeye Trainers from NAS Patuxent River
First flown in 1958, T-2 Buckeye (its original designation was T2J-1) jet trainer aircraft were produced...
Boeing Model 853-21 Quiet Bird in Test Lab, Front View
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Boeing Model 853-21 Quiet Bird in Test Lab, Front View
The Quiet Bird was a version of the Boeing Model 853 which started out as an Army observation airplane...
Boeing Model 853-21 Quiet Bird Inboard Profile
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Boeing Model 853-21 Quiet Bird Inboard Profile
The Quiet Bird was a version of the Boeing Model 853 which started out as an Army observation airplane...
Boeing Model 853-21 Quiet Bird 3-View
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Boeing Model 853-21 Quiet Bird 3-View
The Quiet Bird was a version of the Boeing Model 853 which started out as an Army observation airplane...
Boeing Model 853-21 Quiet Bird in Test Lab, Right Front View
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Boeing Model 853-21 Quiet Bird in Test Lab, Right Front View
The Quiet Bird was a version of the Boeing Model 853 which started out as an Army observation airplane...
Boeing Model 853-21 Quiet Bird on Trailer
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Boeing Model 853-21 Quiet Bird on Trailer
The Quiet Bird was a version of the Boeing Model 853 which started out as an Army observation airplane...
Boeing Model 853-21 Quiet Bird in Test Lab, Left Side
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Boeing Model 853-21 Quiet Bird in Test Lab, Left Side
The Quiet Bird was a version of the Boeing Model 853 which started out as an Army observation airplane...
Boeing Model 853-21 Quiet Bird in Test Lab, Left Rear View
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Boeing Model 853-21 Quiet Bird in Test Lab, Left Rear View
The Quiet Bird was a version of the Boeing Model 853 which started out as an Army observation airplane...
Highlights from 747-100 Rollout in 1968
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Highlights from 747-100 Rollout in 1968
The 747 was the result of the work of some 50,000 Boeing people. Called "the Incredibles," these were...
F-4 Phantom II US Air Force Scenes
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F-4 Phantom II US Air Force Scenes
The McDonnell two-place, twinjet, all-weather F-4 Phantom II, with top speeds more than twice that of...
F-4 Phantom II US Marine Corps Scenes
BI46052 (BIV15_F-4_04)
F-4 Phantom II US Marine Corps Scenes
The F-4 Phantom II was first used by the U.S. Navy as an interceptor but also was capable of flying as...
F-4 Phantom II Flight Testing
BI46050 (BIV15_F-4_02)
F-4 Phantom II Flight Testing
The McDonnell two-place, twinjet, all-weather F-4 Phantom II, with top speeds more than twice that of...
F-4 Phantom II at McDonnell Douglas Factory, Production Milestones
BI46049 (BIV15_F-4_01)
F-4 Phantom II at McDonnell Douglas Factory, Production Milestones
The Phantom was the first multi-service aircraft, flying concurrently with the U.S. Navy, Air Force and...
Replica of B&W Seaplane
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Replica of B&W Seaplane
The B & W was the first Boeing product, named after the initials of its designers, William Boeing and...
Douglas DC-9 Factory B-roll
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Douglas DC-9 Factory B-roll
Design, development and production of the DC-9 was centered in Long Beach, Calif., where 976 of the twin...
Douglas DC-9 B-roll
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Douglas DC-9 B-roll
The DC-9 was designed specifically to operate from short runways and on short- to medium-range routes...
North American A3J/A-5 Vigilante B-roll
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North American A3J/A-5 Vigilante B-roll
The Vigilante, designed and built for the U.S. Navy by North American Aircraft Division at Columbus,...
Model 733, An Early Version of Boeing's SST
BI45764 (HS6786)
Model 733, An Early Version of Boeing's SST
The Model 733, illustrated by Boeing illustrator Ralph McQuarrie, was the early version of the Boeing...
Delivery of First CH-47A to US Army, 1962
BI45653 (BIV15_CH-47A_02)
Delivery of First CH-47A to US Army, 1962
Chinook helicopters were introduced in 1962 as the CH-47 Chinook, and models A, B and C were deployed...
Boeing Vertol CH-47A Chinook in Action, 1960s
BI45646 (BIV15_CH-47A_01)
Boeing Vertol CH-47A Chinook in Action, 1960s
The Chinook is a multi-mission, heavy-lift transport helicopter.

No other helicopter in the world can...
Boeing Vertol CH-46 Sea Knight in Action, 1960s
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Boeing Vertol CH-46 Sea Knight in Action, 1960s
In 1960, Boeing bought Vertol, a helicopter manufacturer in Philadelphia, Pa. The company had three tandem-rotor...
Boeing Vertol Model 107-II in Action, 1960s
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Boeing Vertol Model 107-II in Action, 1960s
In 1960, Boeing bought Vertol, a helicopter manufacturer in Philadelphia, Pa. The company had three tandem-rotor...
Boeing Vertol YCH-1B Chinook Towing Tests, 1961
BI45641 (BIV15_YHC-1B_03)
Boeing Vertol YCH-1B Chinook Towing Tests, 1961
In 1960, Boeing bought Vertol, a helicopter manufacturer in Philadelphia, Pa. The company had three tandem-rotor...
Boeing Vertol YCH-1B Taxi Tests, 1961
BI45639 (BIV15_YHC-1B_02)
Boeing Vertol YCH-1B Taxi Tests, 1961
In 1960, Boeing bought Vertol, a helicopter manufacturer in Philadelphia, Pa. The company had three tandem-rotor...
Boeing Vertol YHC-1B Flight Demonstration, 1961
BI45638 (BIV15_YHC-1B_01)
Boeing Vertol YHC-1B Flight Demonstration, 1961
In 1960, Boeing bought Vertol, a helicopter manufacturer in Philadelphia, Pa. The company had three tandem-rotor...
Hughes XV-9A "Hot Cycle"
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Hughes XV-9A "Hot Cycle"
The XV-9A "Hot Cycle" research aircraft first flew in Nov. 1964 from the runway of the Hughes Helicopter...
North American XB-70 Valkyrie B-roll
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North American XB-70 Valkyrie B-roll
The XB-70A, built by North American Aviation's Los Angeles (Calif.) Division for the U.S. Air Force,...
San Francisco and Los Angeles Airports, 1960
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San Francisco and Los Angeles Airports, 1960
Stock footage of activities at the airport in 1960.
San Francisco and Los Angeles Control Towers, 1960
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San Francisco and Los Angeles Control Towers, 1960
Stock footage of activities in the airport control tower in 1960.
Boeing-Vertol Factory, 1965
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Boeing-Vertol Factory, 1965
Scenes from Boeing-Vertol factory in Ridley Park, PA in 1965. Sourced from Boeing 50th Anniversary film....
George Stoner Portrait
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George Stoner Portrait
George Stoner began his 30 year career with Boeing in 1941 as an assistant superintendent of functional...
George Stoner and Boeing Saturn V Proposal Team
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George Stoner and Boeing Saturn V Proposal Team
George Stoner began his 30 year career with Boeing in 1941 as an assistant superintendent of functional...
George Stoner Poses in front of a Globe
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George Stoner Poses in front of a Globe
George Stoner began his 30 year career with Boeing in 1941 as an assistant superintendent of functional...
Douglas DC-8-61 First Flight, March 14, 1966
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Douglas DC-8-61 First Flight, March 14, 1966
The DC-8 is one of the earliest jet-powered commercial passenger aircraft. In the decade following its...
Boeing X-20 Dyna-Soar in Orbit
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Boeing X-20 Dyna-Soar in Orbit
The Boeing Dyna-Soar was designed to be a 35.5-foot piloted vehicle, had a sharply swept delta 20.4-ft-span...
Boeing X-20 Dyna-Soar in Orbit
BI44540 (K9848)
Boeing X-20 Dyna-Soar in Orbit
The Boeing Dyna-Soar was designed to be a 35.5-foot piloted vehicle, had a sharply swept delta 20.4-ft-span...
Boeing X-20 Dyna-Soar Mock-up on Trailer
BI44539 (K9180)
Boeing X-20 Dyna-Soar Mock-up on Trailer
The Boeing Dyna-Soar was designed to be a 35.5-foot piloted vehicle, had a sharply swept delta 20.4-ft-span...
Boeing X-20 Dyna-Soar Astronauts
BI44538 (P30777)
Boeing X-20 Dyna-Soar Astronauts
The Boeing Dyna-Soar was designed to be a 35.5-foot piloted vehicle, had a sharply swept delta 20.4-ft-span...
Boeing X-20 Dyna-Soar Launch
BI44537 (2B5414-1)
Boeing X-20 Dyna-Soar Launch
The Boeing Dyna-Soar was designed to be a 35.5-foot piloted vehicle, had a sharply swept delta 20.4-ft-span...
Boeing X-20 Dyna-Soar on Display
BI44535 (2A143012)
Boeing X-20 Dyna-Soar on Display
The Boeing Dyna-Soar was designed to be a 35.5-foot piloted vehicle, had a sharply swept delta 20.4-ft-span...
Boeing X-20 Dyna-Soar with Wing Skin Removed
BI44536 (2A90069)
Boeing X-20 Dyna-Soar with Wing Skin Removed
The Boeing Dyna-Soar was designed to be a 35.5-foot piloted vehicle, had a sharply swept delta 20.4-ft-span...
747-100 Passenger Cabin Mock-up 1969
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747-100 Passenger Cabin Mock-up 1969
The 747-100 revolutionized intercontinental air travel in the 1970s with its unmatched combination of...
Boeing 747-100 Tiger Lounge, 1969
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Boeing 747-100 Tiger Lounge, 1969
In the 1960s, Boeing produced a mock-up interior of the then new 747 that featured a "Tiger Lounge" in...
Douglas EKA-3B Skywarrior Test Flight
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Douglas EKA-3B Skywarrior Test Flight
The Douglas A3D Skywarrior was the Navy's first twinjet nuclear bomber. Douglas built 282 Skywarriors,...
747-100 flying in front of Mt Rainier
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747-100 flying in front of Mt Rainier
747-100 flying in front of Mt Rainier
Rosen clips for NHK program June 2014
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Rosen clips for NHK program June 2014
Files provided by Diana Ball to NHK in June 2012 for a news release are now being licensed for use in...
SYNCOM clips for NHK
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SYNCOM clips for NHK
Files provided by Diana Ball to NHK in June 2012 for a news release are now being licensed for use in...
Engineers pose with Syncom Satellite, 1963
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Engineers pose with Syncom Satellite, 1963
Hughes engineers (from left to right) Don Williams, Harold Rosen, and Thomas Hudspeth designed the electronics,...
B-52 Factory B-roll, 1950s-1960s
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B-52 Factory B-roll, 1950s-1960s
In all, 744 B-52s were produced by Boeing's Seattle, Wash., and Wichita, Kan., plants between 1952 and...
B-52 Stratofortress B-roll 1960s-1980s
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B-52 Stratofortress B-roll 1960s-1980s
B-52s have been modified for low-level flight, conventional bombing, extended-range flights and transport...
Boeing 737-200 B-roll
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Boeing 737-200 B-roll
Once in service, the 737-200 quickly proved to be the overwhelming favorite of airline customers. Derivatives...
Boeing 727 B-roll
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Boeing 727 B-roll
The 727 was designed to service smaller airports with shorter runways than those used by the 707s. Of...
Design, Assembly, Testing of First 747
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Design, Assembly, Testing of First 747
During the late 1960s, some 50,000 Boeing people belonged to a group called "The Incredibles." These...
Boeing 747-100 Time Lapse Assembly
BI42982 (BIV14_747-100_05)
Boeing 747-100 Time Lapse Assembly
During the late 1960s, some 50,000 Boeing people belonged to a group called "The Incredibles." These...
First Flight of the 747-100, February 9, 1969
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First Flight of the 747-100, February 9, 1969
On February 9, 1969, Boeing changed commercial aviation history with the first flight of the world's...
Testing the 747-100 Prior to First Flight, 1969
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Testing the 747-100 Prior to First Flight, 1969
Ground tests and taxi tests performed on the 747-100 prior to first flight in February 1969.
747-100 Factory B-roll
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747-100 Factory B-roll
During the late 1960s, some 50,000 Boeing people belonged to a group called "The Incredibles." These...
James "Dutch" Kindelberger
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James "Dutch" Kindelberger
James Howard "Dutch" Kindelberger was born in Wheeling, W.Va., on May 8, 1895, the son of steelworker...
John Leland "Lee" Atwood
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John Leland "Lee" Atwood
John Leland (Lee) Atwood joined North American Aviation Inc. in 1934, one year before the firm moved...
McDonnell Aircraft in the 1960s: Mercury
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McDonnell Aircraft in the 1960s: Mercury
A collection of Project Mercury from McDonnell Aircraft Company in St. Louis, MO.
McDonnell Aircraft in the 1960s: F-4, Gemini
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McDonnell Aircraft in the 1960s: F-4, Gemini
A collection of F-4 Phantom and Project Gemini from McDonnell Aircraft Company in St. Louis, MO.
McDonnell Model 119 on Test Flight
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McDonnell Model 119 on Test Flight
McDonnell Aircraft’s Model 119 made its first flight on February 11, 1959.

The McDonnell Model 119...
McDonnell Model 119 Taking Off from St. Louis, MO
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McDonnell Model 119 Taking Off from St. Louis, MO
The Model 119 taking off from McDonnell Aircraft’s flight ramp in St. Louis, MO in April of 1959.

The...
Model 220 in front of McDonnell Aircraft Factory
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Model 220 in front of McDonnell Aircraft Factory
Mr. Mac re-designated the Model 119 as the Model 220 to reflect that McDonnell Aircraft had entered its...
James S. McDonnell at Top Step of Model 220
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James S. McDonnell at Top Step of Model 220
James S. McDonnell (right), founder of McDonnell Aircraft, standing on the stairs of the Model 220.

The...
McDonnell Model 119 in Flight
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McDonnell Model 119 in Flight
The Model 119 on test flight near St. Louis, MO in April of 1959.

The McDonnell Model 119 was designed...
McDonnell Model 220 Landing in St. Louis
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McDonnell Model 220 Landing in St. Louis
McDonnell Aircraft used the Model 220 as a demonstrator to try to gain interest in it as a commercial...
Mr. Mac with Model 119/220 Design Team
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Mr. Mac with Model 119/220 Design Team
Mr. Mac with part of his UCX Model 119/220 design team: From left above are: Steven Vugrich, design...
Joe Sutter and 747 Team
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Joe Sutter and 747 Team
Joe Sutter (third from right)
Joe Sutter standing in front of 747
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Joe Sutter standing in front of 747
Joe Sutter standing in front of 747 engine with left hand on cowling.
Mock-up of 747-100 Cabin, March 1967
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Mock-up of 747-100 Cabin, March 1967
Boeing delivered 250 of the 747-100s, the last in 1986. Boeing built two versions of the 747-100 passenger...
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