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The Bell X-1A first tested #OTD in 1953 by Jean “Skip” Ziegler at Edwards AFB http://go.nasa.gov/1KOg5iT

The Bell X-1A first tested #OTD in 1953 by Jean “Skip” Ziegler at Edwards AFB http://go.nasa.gov/1KOg5iT

nf 104 - Google Search

nf 104 - Google Search

Female Pilot Lettice Curtis with a Spitfire during the war

Britain's FEMALE Spitfire pilots to receive badge of courage at last

Female Pilot Lettice Curtis with a Spitfire during the war

WW2の写真 - ページ37

WW2の写真 - ページ37

Captain Overstreet's 'Berlin Express'.

Captain Overstreet's 'Berlin Express'.

Beulah Anruh (Associated Press) | See also: http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/11/10/those-magnificent-women-in-their-flying-machines/ | Classic attire, with knee-length socks and sensible shoes.

Beulah Anruh (Associated Press) | See also: http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/11/10/those-magnificent-women-in-their-flying-machines/ | Classic attire, with knee-length socks and sensible shoes.

Richard Fuller Patterson was 26 years old when he was shot down over Belgium 72 years ago. He was piloting the Spitfire in 1941 and was a member of the Royal Canadian Air Force. The young pilot graduated from Princeton and Harvard Law School, and died alone somewhere in Belgium, …

Richard Fuller Patterson was 26 years old when he was shot down over Belgium 72 years ago. He was piloting the Spitfire in 1941 and was a member of the Royal Canadian Air Force. The young pilot graduated from Princeton and Harvard Law School, and died alone somewhere in Belgium, …

Squadron Leader Keith William 'Bluey' Truscott, Commanding Officer of 76 SQUADRON RAAF, returns from an operation and taxis his P-40 up the metal runway among Coconut Palms. Bluey Truscott became one of Australia's best-known flying aces of the Second World War. MILNE BAY, PAPUA NEW GUINEA 1942.

Squadron Leader Keith William 'Bluey' Truscott, Commanding Officer of 76 SQUADRON RAAF, returns from an operation and taxis his P-40 up the metal runway among Coconut Palms. Bluey Truscott became one of Australia's best-known flying aces of the Second World War. MILNE BAY, PAPUA NEW GUINEA 1942.

Pilot in an F6F waits for the take-off signal on board the USS Lexington.  ***Finallly, the USS Lexington gets some love!- thanks for posting this picture

Pilot in an F6F waits for the take-off signal on board the USS Lexington. ***Finallly, the USS Lexington gets some love!- thanks for posting this picture

Starting the engine fighter-16 type 24 in one of the regiments of the Soviet Navy

Starting the engine fighter-16 type 24 in one of the regiments of the Soviet Navy

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