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SkyArt Aug 14
The Lone Cowboy: This original aircraft seat has been manufactured by Geven in triple configuration. We have converted this into the single version. It is fully functional and is a great option decorative add-on for homes and offices.

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Aero Simulation Aug 13
The first flight of the British Aerospace 125 (De Havilland 125) happened on this day in 1962. While the 125 was designed as a mid-sized production jet, ten countries have military variants that are still in active service to this day.
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AviaAM Leasing 11h
Flying is a lot like playing a musical instrument; you’re doing so many things and thinking of so many other things, all at the same time. It becomes a spiritual experience. Happy Aviation’s Day, AviaBelievers!
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To70 Aviation Aug 15
On 15 August 1919, in a postwar analysis, the French government publishes the details of research into its World War I pilots; 60% of pilots were killed or wounded during the war.
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Signifyr Aug 16
This week I’ve been doing more restoration work on the B17 wing section and the new building it’ll be housed in is going into is taking shape too
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maratruslow Aug 13
Replying to @maratruslow1
6. Standing on the runway at Shipdham w/ my dad. Feeling the ground where my grandfather began & ended every mission and the power of the 4-engine behemoths rolling down the runway into Fortress Europe. A lifetime ago that remains in vivid color.
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End All Suffering Aug 16
In was : 1902: A German was flying CIRCLES around two bike mechanics who could not get a plane to fly shoving it off a dune; but America was busy HATING Germans. Ignored by the media, :
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Aviation SE Aug 14
Can you answer this? Expendable wingspan, long range early airplanes
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Confessions of a Trolley Dolly 9h
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William M. Miller Aug 13
12 August 1911 - AIRMEN SEEK $80,000 IN CHICAGO PRIZES; Thirty-Five Aviators (including Eugene Ely & J.A.D McCurdy) Enter International Contests on Lake Front, Beginning Today Seats for 70,000.
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Laurel Leaf Network Aug 11
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Pentastar Aviation Aug 9
This Day in Aviation History: It was in 1922 when ten Cleveland bankers flew to Detroit aboard Aeromarine cruisers for lunch and gave a whole new meaning to grabbing a quick lunch!
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Jeffrey Bezore Aug 13
The peaked 1948 as over 700 🇺🇸 and 🇬🇧 and their exhausted delivered 5000+ tons of relief supplies to the beleaguered residents of .
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Landguard Books Aug 11
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Aviation SE Aug 8
Can you answer this? Any biplane flying wings after 1914?
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NATO_PASCAD Aug 9
West Germany joined in 1955. : 1. The Dornier Do 27 was 1st mass-produced aircraft in 1 after 2. Do 27 was used in🇩🇪,🇪🇸 &🇵🇹 3. Initially used as a trainer then for connecting, medical & reconnaissance 4. Last Do 27 retired by 🇩🇪 Air Force in 1980
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Mihir Shah Aug 8
: aces James "Biggles" Bigglesworth, Algernon "Algy" Lacey, and Ginger "Ginger" Hebblethwaite show off their brand new Sopwith Camels, circa 1917.
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NATO_PASCAD Aug 15
Last nation to join  in 1999: Poland : 1. 🇵🇱 has always had strong aviation industry 2. After fall of USSR, 🇵🇱 starts producing Antonov An-28 w/ new avionics, instrumentation & engines 3. An-28 becomes the PZL M.28 Skytruck & exported to 22 countries
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markdentonphotography Aug 16
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NATO_PASCAD Aug 16
Bulgaria is part of new wave of nations to join  in 2004 : 1. 🇧🇬 Air Force is one of oldest in the world tracing back to 1906 2. Prepping for NATO accession, 🇧🇬 modernises pilot training programme w/ 6 Pilatus PC-9 M Turbo trainer aircraft
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