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Background imageUsaaf Collection: Tibbetts, Paul, Pilot as Col USaF beside Boeing B-29

Tibbetts, Paul, Pilot as Col USaF beside Boeing B-29 Enola Gay

Background imageUsaaf Collection: North American P-51D Mustang N335 BARDAHL II

North American P-51D Mustang N335 BARDAHL II
North American P-51D Mustang N335, BARDAHL II, race number 14 at Santa Monica, with sister-ship N335J just visible parked alongside

Background imageUsaaf Collection: North American P-51D Mustang N169MD

North American P-51D Mustang N169MD
North American P-51D-25-NA Mustang N169MD (ex 44-73140) February 1945: Delivered to the United USaF. 7 June 1947: Delivered to the Royal Canadian Air Force as Mustang Mk.IV, s/n 9567. Date: circa 1968

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Douglas DC-3S N1R

Douglas DC-3S N1R (msn 4129) of the BROOKLYN DODGERS (Brooklyn National League Baseball Club), marked with Dodgers World Champions just behind the entry door

Background imageUsaaf Collection: North American P-51B of 99th Fighter Tuskegee Squadro

North American P-51B of 99th Fighter Tuskegee Squadron, 15th Air Force, USaF in Italy, cSept 1944

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Stewart, James, Pilot as Col in USaF -began combat fl

Stewart, James, Pilot as Col in USaF -began combat flying with 453rd Bomb Group, 31 March 1944

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Lockheed NC-121K 145925 'Paisano Dos' & Douglas C-47H 12423

Lockheed NC-121K 145925 'Paisano Dos' & Douglas C-47H 12423
United States Navy - Lockheed NC-121K 145925 'Paisano Dos' (msn 1049A-5506, ex PO-2W Warning Star), of VXN-8 for Project Magnet with the US Naval Oceanographic Office

Background imageUsaaf Collection: North American B-25J Mitchell 43-27774

North American B-25J Mitchell 43-27774
Royal Air Force - North American B-25J-1-NC Mitchell 43-27774 (msn 108-34787), of RAF Mediterranean/Middle East Communications Squadron (retaining USAAF serial). Date: circa 1944

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Lockheed P-80R 44-85200 'Racey'

Lockheed P-80R 44-85200 'Racey' (msn ), at the USAF Museum on Wright-Patterson AFB. The 81st production P-80A-1-LO was used to create the one-off experimental XP-80B

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Laister-Kauffman TG-4A NC46324

Laister-Kauffman TG-4A NC46324
Laister-Kauffman TG-4A, (LK-10 Yankee Doodle 2 ), NC46324 awaiting launch at a gliding club in the US. After brief use by the United States Army Air Force (USaF) during the war

Background imageUsaaf Collection: United States Marine Corps - Douglas C-117D Skytrain 50835

United States Marine Corps - Douglas C-117D Skytrain 50835 (msn 43321, unit code WZ, call-sign 835 ) in 1963-65(WZ is tail-code for AIRFMFPAC - Air Fleet Marine Force)

Background imageUsaaf Collection: United States Army Air Force Douglas C-47-DL Skytrain

United States Army Air Force Douglas C-47-DL Skytrain 41-18608 (MSN 4769) to USaF 25 October 1942, bailed to the Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment (A&AEE), Boscombe Down

Background imageUsaaf Collection: North American P-51D Mustang G-CBNM Twilight Team

North American P-51D Mustang G-CBNM Twilight Team (msn 122-31590, ex USAAF 44-63864, R Swe AF 26158, Israel AF, 4X-AIM, N98CF), at Duxford. Date: circa 2007

Background imageUsaaf Collection: North American P-51D Mustang SE-BKG

North American P-51D Mustang SE-BKG (msn 122-31590, ex USAAF 44-63864, R Swe AF 26158, Israel AF, 4X-AIM. Became G-CBNM, N98CF), at Duxford. Date: circa 2000

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Beechcraft UC-45J 67128

Beechcraft UC-45J 67128
United States Navy - Beechcraft UC-45J 67128 (msn N-934), at NAS Alameda on 4 November 1967. (ex USAAF AT-7 41-21106 (MSN 1121) transferred to US Navy in 1946

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Douglas C-54Q 50873

Douglas C-54Q 50873
United States Navy - Douglas C-54Q 50873 (MSN 10555, ex USAAF 42-72450, ex R5D-3), at NAS Alameda on 28 October 1967. Date: 1967

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Lockheed 18 Lodestar N9932F

Lockheed 18 Lodestar N9932F
Lockheed 18-07 Lodestar N9932F (msn 18-2068, ex NC34900, ex42-53499, ex AX720, ex T.4-2), at Oxford-Kidlington Airport. (Lockheed C-56C Lodestar - Civilian Model 18-07 NC34900 impressed by USAAF as)

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Douglas R4D-8 50772

Douglas R4D-8 50772
United States Navy - Douglas R4D-8 50772 (MSN 43337) (ex USAAF 43-49092 / 14908/26353). Modified to R4D-8 with new MSN 43337 and operated as JM 772 from September 1952 to June 1954

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Ryan PT-22C Recruit N56421 855

Ryan PT-22C Recruit N56421 855 (msn 1539, Model ST3KR, ex USAAF 41-15510) Date: circa 2010

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Douglas DC-3 ZK-APB Popotea

Douglas DC-3 ZK-APB Popotea (msn 32693, ex USAAF C-47B-25-DK 44-76361), of N.A.C. (National Airways Corporation). at Whenuapai, on 21 October 1960. Date: 1960

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Douglas DC-3 Viewmaster ZK-BYE Jean Batten

Douglas DC-3 Viewmaster ZK-BYE Jean Batten (msn 16386 -33134, ex USAAF C-47A-25-DK Skytrain 42-93599), of South Pacific Airlines of NZ. at Whenuapai, on 1 April 1961. Date: 1961

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Douglas DC-3 ZK-AOD

Douglas DC-3 ZK-AOD (msn 27146-15701, ex USAAF C-47B-20-DK 43-49885), of Mount Cook Airlines. at Rotorua, on 21 February 1970. Date: 1961

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Douglas DC-4 F-BELG

Douglas DC-4 F-BELG (msn 10392, ex USAAF C-54A-15DC 42-72287), of TAI (Transports Aeriens Intercontinentaux), at Whenuapai, on 14 April 1962. (Possibly under lease to European Air Transport)

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Douglas DC-3 ZK-AQU Pihoihoi

Douglas DC-3 ZK-AQU Pihoihoi (msn 16386 -33134, ex USAAF C-47B-30-DK 44-76802), of N.A.C. (National Airways Corporation). at Rongotai, on 15 November 1961. Date: 1961

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Douglas DC-3 ZK-AQP Peho

Douglas DC-3 ZK-AQP Peho (msn 32897, ex USAAF C-47B-35-DK 44-76565), of N.A.C. (National Airways Corporation). at Whenuapai, on 14 April 1962. Date: 1962

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Heinkel He 111 H-20 WerkNummer 701152

Heinkel He 111 H-20 WerkNummer 701152
Heinkel He 111 H-20/R1 WerkNummer 701152, a troop-carrying version seen before restoration for display at the RAF Museum Hendon, London marked as NT+SL

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Boeing-Stearman N2S-5 Kaydet G-AZLE

Boeing-Stearman N2S-5 Kaydet G-AZLE (Model A75N1, msn 758543, ex USAAF 42-109510, ex USN 43449, ex N5619N, ex CF-XRD), at Booker Aerodrome Date: circa 1976

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Boeing -Stearman N2S-5 Kaydett G-AZLE

Boeing -Stearman N2S-5 Kaydett G-AZLE
Boeing -Stearman N2S-5 Kaydet G-AZLE (msn 758543, Model E75, ex BuNo 38749, ex USAAF 42-109510 ) Date: circa 1990

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Curtiss P-40C Warhawk G-CIIO

Curtiss P-40C Warhawk G-CIIO (msn 16161, x N80FR, ex 41-13357), of the Fighter Collection at Duxford, painted as 160 10AB of the 10th Pursuit Squadron USAAF. Date: circa 2015

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Douglas R4D-6 N151ZE

Douglas R4D-6 N151ZE (MSN 14963/26408, ex BuAer 50783, ex USAAF 43-49147), of the Confederate Air Force, at Midland Airport on 8-10 October 1992. Date: 1992

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Morane-Saulnier MS. 317 F-BCNL (msn 6527/273) Date: circa 2000

Morane-Saulnier MS. 317 F-BCNL (msn 6527/273) Date: circa 2000
Morane-Saulnier MS.317 F-BCNL (msn 6527/273) Date: circa 2000

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Bell P-63F Kingcobra N6763

Bell P-63F Kingcobra N6763
Bell P-63F-1-BE Kingcobra N6763 (msn 296E-11, ex USAAF 43-11719, NX1719, N443, N447AG) Date: circa 2000

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Stinson V-77 Reliant N817FK - FK817

Stinson V-77 Reliant N817FK - FK817
Stinson V-77 Reliant N817FK / FK817 (msn 77-4, ex USAAF 42-46643, ex USN 11297). Date: circa 2000

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Boeing -Stearman N2S-5 Kaydett G-AZLE

Boeing -Stearman N2S-5 Kaydett G-AZLE
Boeing -Stearman N2S-5 Kaydet G-AZLE (msn 758543, Model E75, ex BuNo 38749, ex USaF 42-109510 ) Registered 29 December 1971 as G-AZLE Date: circa 1975

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Douglas A-26C Invader N9403Z

Douglas A-26C Invader N9403Z
Douglas A-26C-50-DT Invader N9403Z High and Mighty (msn 29089), of Carstedt Air. Built as A-26C 44-35810 for the United States Army Air Force (USaF) and disposed of to the civil registry as N9403Z

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Dassault Super Mystere B. 2 10-RY

Dassault Super Mystere B. 2 10-RY
Armee de l Air - Dassault Super Mystere B.2 10-RY, of Escadron de Chasse 1/10 Valois, from Base aerienne 705 Tours. Date: 1961

Background imageUsaaf Collection: United States Air Force - Bell P-59B Airacomet 44-22650

United States Air Force - Bell P-59B Airacomet 44-22650
United States Air Force - Bell P-59B-1-BE Airacomet 44-22650 (msn 27-58) at Wright-Patterson AFB. 30 October 1944 :taken on strength by USaF, (delivered prior to contract cancellation)

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Grumman J2F-6 7790

Grumman J2F-6 7790
Grumman J2F-6 N67790 (marked as 7790) Built as a Grumman G-15 - J2F-6 with BuAer number: 33587, it was civilianized as N67790 on 21 October 1946

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Lockheed P-38L Lightning CF-GDS

Lockheed P-38L Lightning CF-GDS
Lockheed P-38L-5-LO Lightning CF-GDS (msn 422-8342 / 44-53087) of Spartan Air Services Ltd. Ottawa, Ontario, (December 1951-1956)

Background imageUsaaf Collection: R5D Skymaster 39118 6F JAX

R5D Skymaster 39118 6F JAX
United States Navy - Douglas R5D-2 39118 (msn 10484, Line No. DC215) with unit code 6F from Naval Air Station Jacksonville ex USaF 42-72379. Disposed of to MASDC on 9 July 1965

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Douglas Dakota 3 G-AMNW Frank Searle

Douglas Dakota 3 G-AMNW Frank Searle (msn 14177) of British European Airways Pionair- Class. Built as a C-47A and civilianised as a Dakota 3, post WWII

Background imageUsaaf Collection: United States Navy - Pratt-Read XLNE-1 31506

United States Navy - Pratt-Read XLNE-1 31506, competition #32, at Harris Hill, Elmira, NY in 1946 for the first US soaring contest held after WWII

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Douglas DC-3C G-AMYJ

Douglas DC-3C G-AMYJ
Douglas DC-3C-R-1830-90C G-AMYJ (msn 15968/32716) of the Department of Transports Pollution Control contract, operated by Harvestair Ltd at Southend

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Royal Air Force Stinson Model 74 Vigilant IA HL430- 70-49

Royal Air Force Stinson Model 74 Vigilant IA HL430- 70-49
Royal Air Force Stinson Model 74 Vigilant IA HL430 (known as O-49 by the USaF). The RAF was scheduled to receive over a hundred Vigilants but only fourteen were delivered

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Royal Navy Stinson V-77 Reliant I FK818

Royal Navy Stinson V-77 Reliant I FK818, (USaF AT-19) 500 Lend-lease Reliants were ordered by the UK. A popular single-engine four- to five-seat high-wing monoplane manufactured by the Stinson

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Douglas R4D-8 50772 US Navy

Douglas R4D-8 50772 US Navy ca 1952 (MSN 1490826353) ex USaF 43-49092. To US Navy 22 Oct 44; FAW-14 San Diego 22 Oct 44; San Diego Jan 45 Com Fair WC Apr 45; San Diego May 45. Date: circa 1952

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Sperry bomb-sight apparatus 1944

Sperry bomb-sight apparatus 1944
Diagram of a Sperry bomb-sight O-1 used by the United States Army Air Forces (USaF) bombers in World War Two. By manipulating the various control knobs

Background imageUsaaf Collection: Olds, Robin, Major USaF in his P-51

Olds, Robin, Major USaF in his P-51



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