Aviation Stuff I Found On The Internet
A mostly historical collection of images I thought were interesting
The 10,000th F6F Hellcat produced by Grumman after delivery to VBF-87 aboard carrier USS Ticonderoga (CV-14) June 5, 1945. Grumman eventually built 12,275 Hellcats.
Cortland, NY, 1930
American Gyro AG-4 Crusader
General Dynamics YF-16A
McDonnell Douglas F-15D-39-MC Eagle (85-0129)
The Arsenal of Democracy: Republic P-47Ds on the assembly line
Convair R3Y Tradewind
Saunders Roe Princess
Space Shuttle Endeavour atop the Shuttle Carrier Aircraft salutes Johnson Space Center
Shuttle Enterprise (OV-101) with Gene Roddenberry and members of the Star Trek cast. Enterprise was originally named Constitution, but NASA changed the name after a huge write-in campaign by fans of the TV show.
WMiley Post with his Lockheed Vega Winnie Mae. Post flew Winnie Mae around the world twice, used it to develop a high altitude pressure suit, and discovered the jet stream along the way.
English fighters drawn by Robert Kemp, the chief illustrator at General Dynamics
Northrop YF-17 wind tunnel model