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Boeing 707 Flight Test
North American Aviation F-86 Sabre
Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM) B-roll
First Flight of the 747-100, February 9, 1969
Boeing 707 First Flight- Post Flight
AGM-86 Conventional Air Launched Cruise Missile (CALCM) B-roll
737 MAX Put Together Quickly (PTQ) Video, December 2015 (Silent)
737 MAX Put Together Quickly (PTQ) Video, December 2015
Testing the 747-100 Prior to First Flight, 1969
North American Aviation YF-107 Ultra Sabre B-roll
North American Aviation B-25C Mitchell Factory Testing
KC-135 Stratotanker Rollout and First Flight, 1956
Boeing 747 Advanced Cargo Transport Aircraft (KC-33)
Rockwell HiMAT Test Flight
Boeing Model 367-80 "Dash 80" Rollout and Pre-Flight Testing
Douglas DC-8 Rollout & First Flight, May 30, 1958
North American XB-70 Valkyrie B-roll
Boeing Model 247 Factory
Boeing Model 314 Clipper Assembly and Testing
Boeing Next-Generation 737 with Sky Interior PTQ
Boeing 707 Manufacturing
After the Air Force agreed to let Boeing build commercial jets based on the prototype, 367-80, already the basis for the KC-135 military tanker, airlines began to order the 707, the commercial transport variant of the Dash 80.
Its width and the 100-foot length made 707 the largest passenger cabin in the air. Placement of its more than 100 windows allowed airlines to rearrange seats. Location of passenger doors on the left side, at the front and at the rear of the cabin, became standard for subsequent Boeing jets.
Although the 707s were intended as medium-range transports, they were soon flying across the Atlantic Ocean and across the continent.
Boeing delivered 856 Model 707s in all versions between 1957 and 1994; of these, 725, delivered between 1957 and 1978, were for commercial use.
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Edwards Air Force Base
F-86 Sabre Jet
flying in formation
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Renton Assembly Plant
Renton Municipal Airport