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24 Bomber Jackets on Polyvore! Shop all bomber outerwear styles to find a look you love:

24 Bomber Jackets on Polyvore! Shop all bomber outerwear styles to find a look you love:


dit is Emirates dat vliegtuig komt uit Dubai maar ik heb deze afbeelding gekozen omdat ik later iets met vliegtuigen wil doen.

The X-15, talk about strapping a rocket on and hitting the heights. If so inclined, the pilot of one of these rocket planes could have flown right into outer space.

Spitfire - in later variants, one of the highst performing piston powered airtcraft. As for the looks, only a blind person could fail to find it stunning.

Vintage Airplane Birthday Invitation : Vintage Planes-First Birthday

This listing is for 5x7 flat invitations with designs on the front and back in the quantity of your choice. The wording can be customized for any age

10 Apr 45: Doomed B-24 Liberator flown by Col James Gilson and named for his son. "Stevonovitch II" (aka "Black Nan") was on what was supposed to be a milk run over Lugo, Italy, in support of the Battle of Bologna, when it was hit in the wing by German flak. All but one of the crew of 10 were killed. The bombardier was thrown clear and survived. The plane was a new Pathfinder Forces ship (PFF), the forerunner of modern GPS systems. #WWII #History

The Northrop P-61 Black Widow, named for the American spider and developed during WW2, was the first operational U.S. military aircraft designed specifically for night interception of opposing aircraft, and was the first aircraft specifically designed to use radar.The first test flight was made on 26 May 1942, with the first production aircraft rolling off the assembly line in October 1944. The last aircraft was retired from government service in 1954.

20 Survival Items You Can Bring On A Plane

If you've flown recently, then you know the TSA can be pretty picky. So what exactly are you allowed to take on planes?

Greatest Moments in Flight

Wilbur and Orville Wright launched a century of aviation when their plane, the Wright Flyer I, took flight on December 17, 1903.