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  1. Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas National Park
  2. I'm embarrassed to admit I had no idea what it was. I thought maybe it could be something like the D-21 Recon Drone. But the shear size was perplexing. That era was truly an elegant time for military weaponry.
  3. Thanks for identifying the Atlas ICBM. I was trying to figure out what it could be. The similar color scheme is misleading; it looks like an accessory. But WHERE would they put it!?!? It looks too big and too heavy to fit on the bottom or the top.
  4. Zeppelin-Staaken R.VI German biplane bomber Zeppelin-Staaken R.XIVa German biplane bomber I would love to see these monsters take off and fly.
  5. Found this online. I always thought the Zero's were real, but they were Texans. Also found another source claiming the F-14 was used in Final Countdown film. Great picture! Thanks for posting it.
  6. Picture #1 (P-47 Thunderbolt gunsight coordination): Maybe KG 200, a research squadron that tested new weapons and had some captured Allied aircraft. Just a guess. Picture #2 (Royal Navy carrier): HMS Indomitable, Freetown, Sierra Leone, on the eve of the Operation Pedestal, maybe August, 1942. Picture #3 (looks like Ki-61 Tony): Reggiane Re.2005 Sagittario, an Italian monoplane fighter.
  7. B-18 Bolo (also known as RAF Digby) ditched with engine failure at Dover, Newfoundland, crew rescued unhurt.
  8. B-18 Bolo's at Santa Monica plant, California, 1939.
  9. A flock of Sea Masters at St. Petersburg, Florida, 1958. They look like they're moving fast just standing still. They sort of look like the grandfather of the B-1 Lancer.
  10. I took this picture in 1993 at the Weeks Air Museum, Miami, Florida. The Collings Foundation B-17 Flying Fortress 909 crashed today in Connecticut. My condolences to the families of those who passed away.
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