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Long Island Airpower

Visually celebrating the aircraft designed and built on Long Island, along with some other planes I think are beautiful.

Long Island Airpower

Long Island Airpower

United States Army Air Corps

Visually celebrating the aircraft designed and built on Long Island, along with some other planes I think are beautiful.

Long Island Airpower

Visually celebrating the aircraft designed and built on Long Island, along with some other planes I think are beautiful.

Long Island Airpower

Texas Flying Legends' Wildcat on the Culpeper Airport ramp on the morning of May It was in a Wildcat similar to this one that Marine Joe Foss achieved 26 aerial victories over the Japanese while flying out of an embattled Guadalcanal.

1917-1918 -- Mineola --Hazelhurst Field "Aviation Field, Mineola, L.I." "U.S. Air Service, World War I, Mineola, Long Island, line-up of De Haviland DH airplanes." A line of US Army Air Corps Dayton Wright DH-4 biplanes on the line at Mineola Field, Long Island, New York, circa 1917-1918. Hangars in background, small crowd in right foreground.

1917-1918 -- Mineola --Hazelhurst Field "Aviation Field, Mineola, L.I." "U.S. Air Service, World War I, Mineola, Long Island, line-up of De Haviland DH airplanes." A line of US Army Air Corps Dayton Wright DH-4 biplanes on the line at Mineola Field, Long Island, New York, circa 1917-1918. Hangars in background, small crowd in right foreground.

May 21, 1927: Charles Lindbergh touches down at Le Bourget Field in Paris, completing the world's first solo nonstop flight across the Atlantic Ocean. Lindbergh had departed from Roosevelt Field on New York's Long Island the day before, flying nearly 3,600 statute miles over 33.5 hours in the single-seat, single-engine monoplane Spirit of St. Louis. Besides winning the $25,000 Orteig Prize for making the flight, Lindbergh, a U.S. Army Air Corps Reserve officer, was also awarded...

Flying Magazine proudly introduces Heroes of Aviation," naming the most inspirational figure in aviation history.

United States Army Air Corps : Photo

United States Army Air Corps : Photo

James B. Middleton Jr., American Legion post founder, dead at 91

WWII vet, advocate, organizer dead at 91

, an African American World War II veteran who three years after leaving the Army Air Corps in 1946 helped establish one

A U.S. Army Air Corps Verville-Sperry M-1 Messenger at the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, Langley, Virginia (USA) 15 April 1926: The Army's Sperry M-1 Messenger tested variable-camber wings at Langley in 1926.

A U.S. Army Air Corps Verville-Sperry M-1 Messenger at the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, Langley, Virginia (USA) 15 April 1926: The Army's Sperry M-1 Messenger tested variable-camber wings at Langley in 1926.

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