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Drone Collection

Background imageDrone Collection: The Globe KD2G-2 Firefly target drone

The Globe KD2G-2 Firefly target drone was powered by a Solar PJ32 8 pulsejet. Men of the Naval Air Technical Training Unit developing drone target aircraft push the drone around on its launcher to

Background imageDrone Collection: B.A.C. Drone 2 de Luxe G-AEKV

B.A.C. Drone 2 de Luxe G-AEKV (msn 30), at Kidlington on 8 May 1960, for a Shackleton Aviation sales weekend. Date: 1960

Background imageDrone Collection: GAF Jindivik Mk.2 A92-68

GAF Jindivik Mk.2 A92-68
Royal Australian Air Force - Government Aircraft Factories Jindivik Mk.2 (Mk.102) A92-68 (msn 48), at the SBAC Farnborough Air-show, held from 1-7 September 1958

Background imageDrone Collection: Radioplane SD-1

Radioplane SD-1 surveillance drone developed from the OQ-19 family, seen on its zero-length launcher for JATO (Jet-Assisted Take-Off) boosted take-off. Date: circa 1953

Background imageDrone Collection: Radioplane XQ-4

Radioplane XQ-4
A Radioplane XQ-4 supersonic target drone prototype, under the wing of its launch aircraft: Boeing B-50D 47-16?. Date: circa 1953

Background imageDrone Collection: United States Navy - McDonnell Douglas F-4J Phantom 155847

United States Navy - McDonnell Douglas F-4J Phantom 155847 (unit code AE, call-sign 110 ) of VF-41, embarked on USS Roosevelt

Background imageDrone Collection: Royal Navy - de Havilland DH. 82 Queen Bee K8671

Royal Navy - de Havilland DH. 82 Queen Bee K8671
Royal Navy - de Havilland DH.82 Queen Bee K8671 (msn 5204), being recovered by cruiser HMS Newcastle after a live-fire anti-aircraft gunnery practice

Background imageDrone Collection: United states Navy - Grumman F7F-2D Tigercat 80335

United states Navy - Grumman F7F-2D Tigercat 80335
United States Navy - Grumman F7F-2D Tigercat 80335 of VU-3 at Miramar NAS. Built as an F7F-2N, the majority of the -2Ns, including 80335

Background imageDrone Collection: United States Navy - Grumman F6F-5K Hellcat Drone 80173

United States Navy - Grumman F6F-5K Hellcat Drone 80173. Date: 1950s

Background imageDrone Collection: Lockheed DC-130A Hercules 57-0497

Lockheed DC-130A Hercules 57-0497
United States Air Force - Lockheed DC-130A Hercules 57-0497 (msn 182-3204), seen carrying a Northrop / Radioplane Q-4B target drone under one wing

Background imageDrone Collection: Chapel, Commanderie templiere d'Avalleur, Bar-sur-Seine

Chapel, Commanderie templiere d'Avalleur, Bar-sur-Seine
Chapel and commanderie templiere d'Avalleur, or Templar commandery of Avalleur, aerial view, founded 1167 and used by the Knights Templar until 1312 when the order was dissolved

Background imageDrone Collection: Collegiale de l'Assomption, Villemaur-sur-Vanne, Aube

Collegiale de l'Assomption, Villemaur-sur-Vanne, Aube
Collegiale de l'Assomption, or Collegiale de Notre-Dame, the Collegiate Church of Our Lady of the Assumption, aerial view, built 13th century, with 16th century nave and bell tower

Background imageDrone Collection: GAF Jindivik Mk. 2 A92-68

GAF Jindivik Mk. 2 A92-68
Royal Australian Air Force - Government Aircraft Factories Jindivik Mk.2 A92-68 (msn 48), at the SBAC Farnborough Air-show, held from 1-7 September 1958

Background imageDrone Collection: McDonnell F-4N Phantom 153034

McDonnell F-4N Phantom 153034
United States Navy (USN) - McDonnell F-4N Phantom 153034 (MSN 1574), newly arrived at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, being prepared for storage

Background imageDrone Collection: McDonnell Douglas F-4G Wild Weasel 69-0250

McDonnell Douglas F-4G Wild Weasel 69-0250
United States Air Force (USAF) - McDonnell Douglas F-4G Wild Weasel 69-0250 (msn 3776), of the 52nd Tactical Fighter Wing, based at Spangdahlem Air Base, at RAF Upper Heyford on 4 June 1988

Background imageDrone Collection: McDonnell Douglas F-4G Wild Weasel 69-7202

McDonnell Douglas F-4G Wild Weasel 69-7202
United States Air Force (USAF) - McDonnell Douglas F-4G Wild Weasel 69-7202 (msn 3855), of the 81st Tactical Fighter Squadron, based at Spangdahlem Air Base

Background imageDrone Collection: Convair PQM-102B Delta Dagger 827 - 56-1293

Convair PQM-102B Delta Dagger 827 - 56-1293
United States Air Force (USAF) - Convair PQM-102B Delta Dagger 827 / 56-1293 (msn 8-24-03). This aircraft was built as an F-102A-70-CO and converted to a PQM-102B target drone. Date: circa 1985

Background imageDrone Collection: Lockheed T-33A-1-LO 51-4492

Lockheed T-33A-1-LO 51-4492
United States Air Force - Lockheed T-33A-1-LO 51-4492 (msn 580-5787), at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base for storage and disposal, circa 1970

Background imageDrone Collection: McDonnell Douglas F-4G Wild Weasel 69-7268

McDonnell Douglas F-4G Wild Weasel 69-7268
United States Air Force - McDonnell Douglas F-4G Wild Weasel 69-7268 (msn 3955, base code SP), of the 81st Tactical Fighter Squadron, 52 Tactical Fighter Wing, at RAF Mildenhall on 26 May 1990

Background imageDrone Collection: North American F-100D Super Sabre 55-3758

North American F-100D Super Sabre 55-3758
United States Air Force - North American F-100D-30-NA Super Sabre 55-3758 (msn 223-440, FE490), at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base for storage-disposal. Converted to QF-100D drone no

Background imageDrone Collection: AJEP W-8 Tailwind G-BALR

AJEP W-8 Tailwind G-BALR
AJEP W-8 Tailwind Series 1 G-BALR (msn TW4-381), at Southend Airport in October 1977. This aircraft was destroyed when it flew into Steeple, Scoat Fell, in bad weather on 29 February 1984

Background imageDrone Collection: Metamorphosis of honey bees, honeycomb, queens, drones

Metamorphosis of honey bees, honeycomb, queens, drones and chain of worker bees. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Friedrich Johann Bertuchs Bilderbuch fur Kinder (Picture Book for Children)

Background imageDrone Collection: North American F-100D-25-NA Super Sabre 55-3634

North American F-100D-25-NA Super Sabre 55-3634
United States Air Force - North American F-100D-25-NA Super Sabre 55-3634 (msn 223-316, unit code MA ), of Massachusetts Air National Guard

Background imageDrone Collection: Grumman F6F-5K Hellcat 93879

Grumman F6F-5K Hellcat 93879
Grumman F6F-5K Hellcat N4994V (msn A-11631, ex BuAer number 93879), a former United States Navy radio-controlled drone target, on display at the Air Museum, Lancaster California, on 28 May 1965

Background imageDrone Collection: Radioplane RP-76

Radioplane RP-76 high-speed target drone, seen under the wing of its Northrop F-89 Scorpion launch aircraft. Date: circa 1953

Background imageDrone Collection: United States Navy - Grumman F9F-6K Cougar 128194

United States Navy - Grumman F9F-6K Cougar 128194, target drone at Naval Air Station Johnsville. Date: circa 1961

Background imageDrone Collection: United States Air Force - Convair F-106A Delta Dart

United States Air Force - Convair F-106A Delta Dart 57-2478 of the 456th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron in the mid to late 1960s Jun 1959 - 81st F-106 produced by Convair at San Diego CA24 Jun 59 - To

Background imageDrone Collection: Culver PQ-14 near B-29 tail -this diminutive lightplane

Culver PQ-14 near B-29 tail -this diminutive lightplane was normally operated as a target drone, but could be piloted

Background imageDrone Collection: Kronfeld Drone de Luxe, G-AEKV, at the 1957 RAeS Garden Part

Kronfeld Drone de Luxe, G-AEKV, at the 1957 RAeS Garden Part
Kronfeld Drone de Luxe, G-AEKV, at the 1957 Royal Aeronautical Society Garden Party at Wisley on 15 September. This aircraft is currently on display at the Brooklands Museum

Background imageDrone Collection: Cornemuse, Calabrian bagpipes, musette and bellows

Cornemuse, Calabrian bagpipes, musette and bellows.. Chromolithograph from an illustration by William Gibb from A.J. Hipkins Musical Instruments, Historic, Rare and Unique, Adam and Charles Black

Background imageDrone Collection: Baroness Rudoleine von Simolin an apprentice at Kronfelds

Baroness Rudoleine von Simolin an apprentice at Kronfelds
Baroness Rudoleine von Simolin, an apprentice at Kronfelds factory in Hanwell, alongside Kronfeld Drone de Luxe, G-AEEN

Background imageDrone Collection: Turana an Australian target drone

Turana an Australian target drone
Turana, an Australian target drone

Background imageDrone Collection: Republic SD-3 surveillance drone of the US Army Signal Corps

Republic SD-3 surveillance drone of the US Army Signal Corps

Background imageDrone Collection: The Beech 1013 reconnaissance drone

The Beech 1013 reconnaissance drone was adapted from the Beech 1001 (US Navy XKDB-1) target drone

Background imageDrone Collection: Beech XKDB-1 target drone

Beech XKDB-1 target drone

Background imageDrone Collection: Temco XKDT-1 Teal target drone

Temco XKDT-1 Teal target drone under the wing of an F3H

Background imageDrone Collection: Northrop RP-76 rocket-powered target drone in flight

Northrop RP-76 rocket-powered target drone in flight

Background imageDrone Collection: A Northrop RP-76 rocket-powered target drone after launch

A Northrop RP-76 rocket-powered target drone after launch from a Northrop F-89 Scorpion

Background imageDrone Collection: Northrop RP-76-4 rocket-powered target drone

Northrop RP-76-4 rocket-powered target drone

Background imageDrone Collection: Northrop RP-76 rocket-powered target drone

Northrop RP-76 rocket-powered target drone

Background imageDrone Collection: English Electric Canberra U10 target drone WD961

English Electric Canberra U10 target drone WD961
English Electric Canberra U10 target drone, WD961

Background imageDrone Collection: English Electric Canberra U10 target drone WH733

English Electric Canberra U10 target drone WH733
English Electric Canberra U10 target drone, WH733

Background imageDrone Collection: Radioplane OQ-19A target drone

Radioplane OQ-19A target drone circa 1947 perches on its 60ft catapult prior to take off

Background imageDrone Collection: Bonsecours, France - Le Bourdon (heavy bell)

Bonsecours, France - Le Bourdon (heavy bell) - The Big Leon is a drone, a big bell of over 6 tons melted in the workshops Drouot in Douai, in the North in 1892

Background imageDrone Collection: Val d Ossau muscians

Val d Ossau muscians
Val d Ossau men playing traditional local instruments to accompany dances. On the right we have a fiddler with his fiddle and on the right



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