Pratt & Whitney Wasp Jr. R-985-AN-14B
Our Wasp Jr. reciprocating engine looks rather festive in this photo, don’t you think? This Wasp Jr.—aptly nicknamed “The Dancing Engine”— has been sectionalized and motorized to demonstrate the movements of its internal components. It is on display at the Udvar-Hazy Center. Photo by Dane Penland, Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum More: s.si.edu/giDgs
Beautiful Lines: Photo
An appreciation of the beautiful female body. A passion for aviation and aircraft. The following is a collection I have found on the internet. I do not own these photos, unless noted. The content may contain some material appropriate for adults only.
Have Your Aircraft Standout with Stylish Airplane Wraps
You might have heard of vehicle wraps, more commonly known as car wraps, but have you heard of airplane wrapping? This question itself gives wings to our i
Top 5 Future Technology
Here you can find your future life with technology. Latest Technology Inventions of this year and so on. You can find New Inventions of Science. This video w...
Aviation Photo #0224038: Boeing 747-132(SF) - American International Airways - Kalitta
Flying with an engine missing! Ferry from Honolulu to Oscoda, after a crack was found in an engine mount and there was no spares there it was removed and carried onboard in the main deck. - Photo taken at In Flight in Wisconsin, USA on April 26, 1997.
The Most Dangerous Military Vehicles And Aircrafts
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