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Army Airship at Washington Monument 1932 Flight Aviator

Army Airship at Washington Monument 1932 Flight Aviator

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Army blimps, the T. 9 from Langley Field, Va. passing over the Washington Monument during a practice flight.” National Photo Company Collection, ...

Army Airship at Washington Monument - 1932

Army Airship, Betarr - Stock Image

U.S. Army blimp over Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C., 1931, Harris & Ewing

First US Army Airship, The Signal Corps I, Built by Scott Baldwin, USA

Commissioning of the 'USS Los Angeles' Bolling Field, Washington, D.C., Nov. 25, 1924. The experimental airship was used to develop the American 'parasite ...

Aviation in Britain Before the First World War The army airship Beta II landing. -

Aviation in Britain Before the First World War The army airship Beta on the ground with

The British Army Airship "Beta" and hangar. Served in northern France during

C-2 Army blimp makes record flight through fog and storm. Photographed upon arrival

Aviation in Britain Before the First World War The army airship Beta landing, - Stock

U.S. Army Blimp landing at Washington Monument, Washington, D.C., 1932, Harris & Ewing

Aviation in Britain Before the First World War The Army Airship Eta with a large group

Goodyear blimp, circa 1940. photo--Harris Ewing Collection, Library of Congress

The world's largest dirigible, the Akron, shown in this 1931 aerial view on its

USS Akron (ZRS-4)

Zeppelin, 1932

Aviation in Britain Before the First World War The Army Airship Gamma II in flight .

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U.S.S. Macon in flight with Sparrowhawks

Airlander 10 - maiden flight ... #Airships #Blimps #Zeppelins #Dirigible

Aviation, 1910: Italian Army Dirigible 1 (airship). - Stock Image

U.S. Army sends LEMV Airship on first flight

The Navy C-7 coming in for its landing on Dec. 5th. photo

Christening of the Los Angeles at Bolling Field, Washington, D.C, Nov, 25

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Role, Passenger/commercial airship

The C-7 passing over the White House on her way from Hampton Roads to

ZRS-4 Akron

U.S. Army Blimp landing at Washington Monument, Washington, D.C., 1932, Harris & Ewing | Washingtoniana | Pinterest

U.S. Army Blimp landing at Washington Monument, Washington, D.C., 1932, Harris & Ewing | Washingtoniana | Pinterest

Airships: Hindenburg disaster

A pair of Gloster Grebe fighter planes, tethered to the underside of the British Royal Navy airship R33, in October of 1926. #

French military dirigible "Republique" leaving Moisson for Chalais-Mendon, in 1907. #

Goodyear GZ-20A and Zeppelin NT

The Story of the Airship (Non-rigid)—A Study of One of America's Lesser Known Defense Weapons, by Hugh Allen: a Project Gutenberg eBook

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A 12/17/21 photo of the Army airship Roma (which had been purchased from Italy) at Bolling Field.

DC-2 takeoff at Washington-Hoover Airport - 1935 - Army Signal Corps photo

Training exercises with U. S. submarines have taught airship captains much about the habits, movements and characteristics of the underseas craft.

ZRS-4 Akron

The Story of the Airship (Non-rigid)—A Study of One of America's Lesser Known Defense Weapons, by Hugh Allen: a Project Gutenberg eBook

Goodyear Blimp: 1938

A circa 1932-33 photo of Goodyear's Type TZ airship Volunteer descending steeply for a landing at Grand Central Air Terminal

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Washington Airport Terminal.

The USS Los Angeles, moored to the USS Patoka. #

The Story of the Airship (Non-rigid)—A Study of One of America's Lesser Known Defense Weapons, by Hugh Allen: a Project Gutenberg eBook

U.S. Army (Baldwin) airship "Signal Corps No. 1" (SC-

ZRS-4 Akron

Postcard featuring an image of the Akron superimposed over an aerial view of the United States

Goodyear Blimp Columbia N3A

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The Army's TC-7 demonstrates the first airplane pick-up at Dayton. Army pilots found that at flying speed the plane weighed nothing, was sustained by ...

The United States Air Force's first African American female fighter pilot, Shawna Rochelle Kimbrell.

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A dramatic meeting of two rivals for the honor of making the first Atlantic crossing. The Navy's NC flying boats and the non-rigid C-5, photographed shortly ...

Wingfoot One over Goodyear's Wingfoot Lake Airship Base where it was assembled. (photo:

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Four motion picture photographers record a naval sea plane buzzing them in 1927 near Washington,

Hindenburg on its first flight on March 4, 1936. The name of the airship was not yet painted on the hull.

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(Library of Congress Photo)

... Angeles to the Sesquicentennial, its appearance at the Exposition provides an illustration of the growth of airship manufacturing in the early decades ...

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Aerial View of South End of Highway Bridge , 14th Street Underpass Looking Northeast, 1932 Commercial Aviation's first home in the Washington ...

A North American T-6 Texan and a P-51D Mustang in flight over

Waterman (W. D.) 1932 B Whatsit (X12272). [photograph]

Airship ...

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ZR-3 Los Angeles

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The ...

The Story of the Airship (Non-rigid)—A Study of One of America's Lesser Known Defense Weapons, by Hugh Allen: a Project Gutenberg eBook

Over Washington, DC June 1991.

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The Story of the Airship (Non-rigid)—A Study of One of America's Lesser Known Defense Weapons, by Hugh Allen: a Project Gutenberg eBook

The USS Akron launches a Consolidated N2Y-1 training plane during flight tests near Naval Air Station at Lakehurst, New Jersey, on May 4, 1932. #

The Story of the Airship (Non-rigid)—A Study of One of America's Lesser Known Defense Weapons, by Hugh Allen: a Project Gutenberg eBook

Motorized Balloon & Rigging Crew showing preparation for balloon launch and recovery. Tichnor Bros. M15. Unused. Linen. $15.00 Item #USA-AIR-MIL-001

F-51D Mustang U.S. Air Force Photo

"The Flying Cucumber" Blimp

Hybrid Air Vehicles HAV 304/Airlander 10 - HAV 304 in flight, August 2012

Goodyear Blimp Resolute

The Story of the Airship (Non-rigid)—A Study of One of America's Lesser Known Defense Weapons, by Hugh Allen: a Project Gutenberg eBook

R-34's transAtlantic voyage included amongst its crew a stowaway: a kitten named Whoopsie.

Volunteer (photo: California Historical Society)

First flight of Pilgrim, 1925

ZRS-4 Akron

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ZRS-4 Akron