Aviation Photo #1346396 Boeing 100 - Untitled

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At the Museum of Flight. The P-12/F4B fighter series, developed between world wars, is a mixture of old and new design components. Although many civil aircraft were built as monoplanes in the late-1920s, the military still wanted proven, WW I-style biplanes. While the Boeing fighters were still primarily cloth-covered, they incorporated corrugated aluminum control and tail surfaces. The wing structure was made of wood, but the fuselage was aluminum and steel.
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    Robert Domandl
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    Boeing 100
    Boeing 100/101/102/222/227/234/251 (P-12)
    Boeing 100/101/102/222/227/234/251 (P-12)
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    Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International
    Washington
    USA
    July 18, 2007
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