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preparing to take off at an airstrip in Italy (Inter-war)

The Caproni Ca.161bis, with Lieutenant Colonel Mario Pezzi, wearing a full-pressure suit, in the cockpit. (Mario Pezzi Family Archive) 22 October 1938: Lieutenant Colonel Mario Pezzi, Regia Aeronautica, set a Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (FAI) World Record for altitude when he flew an experimental Società Italiana Caproni Ca.161bis to an altitude of 17,083 meters (56,047 feet).

This Day in Aviation - Page 7 of 267 - Important Dates in Aviation History

Douglas TBD-1 Devastator

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Savoia-Marchetti SM-81 Pipistrello

Savoia-Marchetti SM-81 Pipistrello

Italian Caproni CA 133 - Balkans WWII - pin by Paolo Marzioli

Italian Caproni CA 133 in the Balkans

Douglas SBD Dauntless - Great Planes Photo (22668364) - Fanpop

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Caproni Ca111C 1936 MM10558-10647 (CA256) MI_Page_010.jpg (1159×900)

Caproni Ca111C 1936 MM10558-10647 (CA256) MI_Page_010.jpg (1159×900)

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