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  1. fnqvmuch
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    not experimental - it was built to a spec, given a number and numbers were put into service and action, afaik
     
  2. An F-82 Also had the 1st U.S. aerial victory in Korea ;)
     
  3. empire
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    296ardun, I only see x's in boxes.
     
  5. 296ardun
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    Weird, they're showing up on my screen?? Anyone else??
     
  6. Finn Jensen
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    Only Red X's for me as well.
     
  7. oldandkrusty
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    Just red X's for me as well...
     
  8. 296ardun
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    Damn, never happened to me before, exceeded my knowledge on fixes, so will delete them, sorry, guys!
     
  9. 296ardun
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    Try again, hope this worked!!
     
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    from ohio

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    Yeah that works fine! Keep at it.
     
  12. Finn Jensen
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    Shows up fine. One pic
     
  13. Silhouettes 57
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    Where I grew up in the 1950's....Artesia, California.
     
  14. Silhouettes 57
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    Dirt Roads where I grew up in the 1950s
     

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    Bristol Blenheim, date and location unknown, all I know about the Blenheim is that it started out as a passenger plane design, and that there are a couple left, one in flyable condition:

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  16. 296ardun
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    Grumman Wildcats, in Royal Navy service as the Martlet

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  17. jroberts
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    especially if it come from a Studebaker truck!

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  20. Had me for one second there, then I began studying the flight control surfaces and then noticed it's the same plane photoshoped side by side.
     
  21. 296ardun
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    Caproni Ca-60 Noviplano, made only one flight, reached 60 ft, then plunged into the lake, 1921

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    McConnell XF-85, "parasite fighter," supposed to be launched from a B-36 to protect the bomber from fighter attacks, didn't work out very well, 2 left, one in the AF Museum and one at the AF Academy:

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    Northrop XB-35, piston-engined version of the flying wing, later converted to jet-powered XB-49, AF canceled program for very controversal reasons (though the bomber had a hard time dropping bombs on targets), AF destroyed all the versions, and John Northrop quit the company. Later the AF revealed its then-secret B-2 flying wing to him, long after he left Northrop...

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    the above photos from "Vintage Photographs of the World's Strangest Aircraft" at http://designtaxi.com/news/359504/Vintage-Photographs-Of-The-World-s-Strangest-Airplanes/
     
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    Yeah, the starboard and port prop pairs are strangely in synch!
     
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    Our local police department...1939
     

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    Thats strange,---Never seen any when i was in Korea 1951--1955.
     
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    3. Put your clothes on, I've seen all I can stand.
    (and no I'm not gay)
     
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    Honeymoon bridge Niagara Falls
     
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