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Famgus Aviation Postcards: Lockheed Constellations

Famgus Aviation Postcards: Lockheed Constellations

This is how big planes are

This is how big planes are

Coaxial contra-rotating propellers on a Fairey Gannet AEW.3 aircraft. photo by Frank Kovalchek, via Flickr

Coaxial contra-rotating propellers on a Fairey Gannet aircraft. photo by Frank Kovalchek

Vought F4U Corsair

The Chance Vought Corsair was a carrier-capable fighter aircraft that saw service primarily in World War II and the Korean War.

[c/n 1964] [oct44-1964] [C69/L049] Lockheed Constellation [N67953] [Imperial Airlines] [1960] [1962]

[c/n Lockheed Constellation [Imperial Airlines]

The last military F-104 formation. I worked on these at Edwards AFB as an Aircraft Electrical Repairman. 6515th FMS

The last military formation. I worked on these at Edwards AFB as an Aircraft Electrical Repairman.

A big Lockheed eating a little Lockheed - C-5 Galaxy and C-130 Hercules cargo planes.

And yet another reason why America is the best. Our cargo planes can fit our other cargo planes inside of them. Here you see a Lockheed Martin Hercules being put into a Lockheed Martin Galaxy.

Airfix 1/72 scale Avro Shackleton MR.2 by Spencer Pollard

Airfix scale Avro Shackleton by Spencer Pollard

British - BAC TSR-2 - Was a Cold War Strike and Reconnaissance Aircraft - 23 (including) 2 Static Fatigue Test Air-Frames, were Ordered but not all Were Completed, Only 1 Flew

British - BAC - Was a Cold War Strike and Reconnaissance Aircraft - 23 (including) 2 Static Fatigue Test Air-Frames, were Ordered but not all Were Completed, Only 1 Flew

kc-135 stratotanker | KC-135 Stratotanker Aerial Refueling Aircraft

Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker

Developed from the Boeing prototype like the 707 Airliner. The Air Force's jet-powered refueling tanker. It entered service in 1957 and may serve until The A Model carries of fuel.

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