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Photo ID: 2472013
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Consolidated PBY-5B Catalina I (28)
Pensacola - NAS / Forrest Sherman Field (NPA / KNPA)
USA - Florida, May 31, 2013
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FP216 (cn 803) Possibly one of the most interesting/informative exhibits in the whole of the National Museum of Naval Aviation is this PBY cutaway. Fascinating to see the different crew positions and how they were able to do their jobs.
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Photo ID: 2472012
Views: 85
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Martin SP-5B Marlin
Pensacola - NAS / Forrest Sherman Field (NPA / KNPA)
USA - Florida, May 31, 2013
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135533 / QE This Marlin was accepted by the Navy in 1956 and joined Air Development Squadron (VX) 1. Over the next 11 years this aircraft served in a number of patrol squadrons, finishing its active career with VP-40, which in 1967 became the last squadron in the USN to be operational with flying boats.
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Photo ID: 2472011
Views: 60
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Curtiss NC-4
Midway - Sand Island-Henderson Field (NAF) (MDY / PMDY)
US Minor Outlying Islands, May 31, 2013
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A-2294 / 4 This seaplane has a truely unique place in avaition history being the first aircraft to cross the Atlantic. Three aircraft from Seaplane Division One set off on 8th May 1919 from NAS Rockaway on the crossing via Halifax and the Azores but only this NC-4 touched down in the waters of Lisbon harbour nineteen days later. Now on display at the wonderful National Museum of Naval Aviation in Pensacola.
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Photo ID: 2472009
Views: 74
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Consolidated PB2Y-5R Coronado
Pensacola - NAS / Forrest Sherman Field (NPA / KNPA)
USA - Florida, May 31, 2013
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7099 (cn 57) Now on display at the National Museum of Naval Aviation this Coronado is the last survivor of 210 built and was intended as a larger, higher perfomance variant of the Catalina. This aircraft served as an executive transport taking the staff of Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz to Tokyo for the Japanese surrender ceremony on 2nd September 1945.
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Photo ID: 2471854
Views: 197
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Grumman F-14B Tomcat
North Kingstown - Quonset State (Quonset Point NAS) (OQU / NCO / RI12 / KOQU)
USA - Rhode Island, May 16, 2014
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162591 (cn 513) TF30-P-414 afterburner detail of the venerable Tomcat. The TF30 had poor stall characteristics and often flamed out, but the F110-GE-400 engine in the -D model solved many of these issues and had dramatically better performance. [D7000 + Sigma EX 10-20mm f/4.0-5.6]
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Photo ID: 2471445
Views: 5914
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Boeing P-8A Poseidon (737-8FV)
Farnborough (FAB / EGLF)
UK - England, July 9, 2014
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167955 / JA (cn 40595/3426) The P8A is making its debut at this year's Farnborough Airshow, seen here landing on runway 06 after its validation.
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Photo ID: 2471429
Views: 760
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Grumman F-14A Tomcat
Marietta - Dobbins ARB (Atlanta NAS) (MGE / KMGE)
USA - Georgia, January 29, 1989
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159458 / AB-110 (cn 124) Apparently, this is just another Tomcat in the dull Tactical Paint Scheme, but close scrutiny reveals something of the unusual circumstances. There is a noticeable lean in its stance away from the viewer, and the right main landing gear tire has been melted down to the hub... This VF-102 Diamondbacks F-14 suffered a "blowout" on landing, and skipped towing by taxying on what was left. The crash rescue crewman on the left carefully watches for further developments!
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Photo ID: 2471428
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LTV A-7E Corsair II
Marietta - Dobbins ARB (Atlanta NAS) (MGE / KMGE)
USA - Georgia, March 2, 1989
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158825 / AC-412 (cn E-314) A busy morning on the VA-205 Green Falcons line finds this A-7E visiting from Cecil Field, FL. Belonging to Attack Sqn. 72 Blue Hawks, it carries a special pod on the inboard pylon- the AN/AAR-45 Forward Looking Infra-red sensor. Some 221 were produced and afforded the Corsair II a moderate night capability, but was a labor intensive system and not widely used.
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