Between the Wars (How to order the DVD)

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Airco-DH4

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WWI Light Bomber that was used extensively post war and into the 1920s, as an Air Mail Airplane. The folder comes with BOTH the Bomber AND the Air Mail versions PLUS a model of a US Mail Van.
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Avro F

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Two circular windows at the pilot's head level could be opened for the pilot's head to protrude when flying under poor visibility. Ingress and egress was via a trapdoor in the fuselage top. The cabin was quite cramped - at its widest point only 2 feet (60 cm) across.
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Boeing 40 Mail Plane

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The Boeing Model 40 was a United States mail plane that became the first aircraft built by the Boeing company to carry passengers. It was of conventional biplane configuration with a combination of standard and warren-truss style interplane struts.
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Boeing F4B

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Serving the US Navy at the end of the biplane era, the classic F4B was the star of the family of famous Boeing fighters which included the US Army Air Corps' P-12 and the export Model 100. The F4B was a super ship to fly and was the most capable carrier-based fighter of its time. For all its elegance and maneuverability, the F4B triumphed successfully for only a brief time before being eclipsed by the arrival of the monoplane in the late 1930s. MODEL NOT YET AVAILABLE.
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Boeing Model-299

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In 1937, the twelve Y1B-17s with the 2nd Bombardment Group at Langley Field represented the entire American fleet of Heavy Bombers. Notably, it was built with NOT ONE cent of Army money and Boeing was in difficult circumstances at the time. This noble effort led the way to the legendary WWII B-17 Flying Fortress that arguably won the war crippling the Nazi war machine.
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Brewster Buffalo

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In 1935 U.S. Navy laid down specifications for a replacement for the Grumman F3F biplane equipping its four carriers. Brewster Aeronautical Corporation developed a design for a modern monoplane fighter with an enclosed cabin and retractable landing gear
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Curtiss P6E Hawk

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Curtiss P6-E HawkThe P-6Es served between 1932 and 1937 with the 1st Pursuit Group (17th and 94th PS) at Selfridge, and with the 8th Pursuit Group (33rd PS) at Langley Field, Virginia. At least one survived into 1942 in United States Army Air Forces service.
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DeHavilland DH.89 Dragon Rapide

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The de Havilland DH.89 Dragon Rapide was a British short-haul passenger airliner of the 1930s. Designed by the de Havilland company in late 1933 as a faster and more comfortable successor to the DH.84 Dragon, it was in effect a twin-engined, scaled-down version of the four-engined DH.86 Express. It shared many common features with the larger aircraft including its tapered wings, streamlined fairings and the Gipsy Six engine, but it demonstrated none of the operational vices of the larger aircraft and went on to become perhaps the most successful British-built commercial passenger aircraft of the 1930s. MODEL NOT YET AVAILABLE.
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Douglas Devastator

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This American torpedo bomber is remembered mostly for a tragic reason - the Douglas TBD Devastator fell in flames at Midway, where an entire squadron was lost in a matter of minutes. The Devastator was perfectly acceptable aircraft by prewar standards, but it came on the scene when change was occurring rapidly. By the time men and machines were pitted in combat in the Pacific, the TBD was no longer an effective warplane. MODEL NOT YET AVAILABLE.
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FockeAchgelis Fa-61

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Prof. Heinrich Focke had come to the conclusion that the inadequacies and limited serviceability of autogyros could only be eliminated by a real helicopter. A free-flying model, built in 1934, propelled by a small two-stroke engine brought the promise of success.
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Fokker T2

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The T-2 was an airliner designed in the Netherlands in the early 1920s, but built to the extent of only two examples, both for the United States Army Air Service. It was the largest high-wing cantilever monoplane with fixed tailskid undercarriage Fokker had built. Two different versions. (Only two were built)
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Ford-Trimotor

The Ford Trimotor was primarily designed as a passenger aircraft, capable of flying up to 10 passengers. One of the unique features of the Ford Trimotor was the fact that the seats could be removed to expand the cargo hauling capabilities.
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Grumman Goose

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The Goose was Grumman’s first monoplane to fly, its first twin-engined aircraft and its first aircraft to enter commercial airline service. In postwar use, the adaptable little transport continued in use as just a fun plane to have. 5 different versions as of 8/09
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Grumman Skyrocket

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The XF5F Skyrocket is best known for its appearances in the Blackhawk comic books. The Skyrocket was introduced in the first issue of Military Comics, published in 1941. Skyrockets continued to be flown by the Blackhawk Squadron through the entirety of World War II and afterward.
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Kalinin K-7

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Designed by World War I aviator Konstantin Kalinin with a wingspan greater than the B-52 and a much greater wing area, the K-7 was one of the biggest aircraft built before the jet age. It was only one engine short of the B-52 as well, having the curious arrangement of six pulling on the wing leading edge and one pushing at the rear. MODEL NOT YET AVAILABLE.
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Lockheed Altair

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The Lockheed Altair was a single-engined sport aircraft of the 1930s. It was a development of the Lockheed Sirius with a retractable undercarriage, and was the first Lockheed aircraft and one of the first aircraft designs with a fully retractable undercarriage. MODEL NOT YET AVAILABLE.
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Lockheed Electra

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The Lockheed L-10 Electra was a twin-engine, all-metal monoplane airliner developed by the Lockheed Aircraft Corporation in the 1930s to compete with the Boeing 247 and Douglas DC-Amelia Earhart flew it on her legendary last flight over the Pacific. Comes in several versions.MODEL NOT YET AVAILABLE.
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Lockheed Explorer

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There was great hope for the Lockheed Explorer, with designs on Antarctic exploration, and Trans-Pacific flights. But alas, the Explorer model turned out to be the least successful of all Lockheed's great early planes. A total of four Explorers were built and all four crashed. Even tho it sure was a good looking 1920s airplane. A cartoon cutout model of Roscoe Turner (Google him :) and his lion mascot is included.
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Lockheed Sirius

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The Lockheed 8 Sirius was single engine, propeller driven monoplane designed and built by Jack Northrop and Gerard Vultee while they were engineers at Lockheed in 1929, at the request of Charles Lindbergh. Two versions of the same basic design were built for the United States Air Force, one made largely of wood with a fixed landing gear, and one with a metal skin and retractable landing gear.
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Lockheed Vega

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The Vega was a six-passenger monoplane built by the Lockheed company starting in 1927. It became famous for its use by a number of record breaking pilots who were attracted to the rugged and very long-ranged design. Amelia Earhart became the first woman to fly the Atlantic single handed in one, and Wiley Post flew his around the world twice.
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Martin B-10 Medium Bomber

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At the time of its creation, the B-10B was so advanced that General Henry H. Arnold described it as the air power wonder of its day. It was 1.5 times as fast as any biplane bomber, and faster than any contemporary fighter. The B-10 began a revolution in bomber design; it made all existing bombers completely obsolete
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Northrop Delta

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The Northrop Delta was an American single engined passenger transport aircraft of the 1930s. Closely related to Northrop's Gamma mail plane, 13 were produced by the Northrop Corporation, followed by 19 aircraft built under license by Canadian Vickers Limited. MODEL NOT YET AVAILABLE.
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Northrop Gamma

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The most famous Gamma was the "Polar Star." The aircraft was carried via ship and offloaded onto the pack ice in the Ross Sea during Lincoln Ellsworth's 1934 expedition to Antarctica. The airplane was almost lost when the ice underneath it broke and it had to be returned to United States for repairs.
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P-26 Peashooter

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The American Boeing P-26, nicknamed the "Peashooter", was the first all-metal production fighter aircraft and the first pursuit monoplane used by the United States Army Air Corps. The prototype first flew in 1932, and were used by the Air Corps as late as 1941 in the Philippines.
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P-35

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The Seversky P-35 was a fighter aircraft built in the United States in the late 1930s. The P-35 was the first single-seat fighter in U.S. Army Air Corps to feature all-metal construction, a retractable landing gear and an enclosed cockpit.
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Renard-Monoplane

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The R.17 was a high-wing cantilever monoplane, the cantilever wing an unusual feature when most contempary aircraft still had braced wings. Designed as a high-speed transport for fresh flowers no aircraft were ordered and the only R.17 was retained by the company till 1946.
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Ryan-Brougham

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The Ryan Brougham was a small single-engine airliner produced in the United States in the late 1920s and early 1930s. It was a high-wing, strut-braced monoplane of conventional design. Chaerles Lindburgh played a big part in its history as explained on the webpage
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Sikorsky S-38

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The Sikorsky S-38 was an American twin-engined 8-seat amphibious aircraft. It was sometimes called "The Explorer's Air Yacht" and was Sikorsky's first widely produced amphibious flying boat.
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Sikorsky S-39

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In 2003, aviator Dick Jackson completed an authentic restoration of the S-39, dubbed the "Spirit of Igor" in honor of the Johnsons and Igor Sikorsky. The restoration process required nearly 40 years and 40,000 man-hours to complete.
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Sikorsky VS-300

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The Vought-Sikorsky VS-300 was a helicopter designed by Igor Sikorsky. Its first free (untethered) flight was on 13 May 1940. While not the first successful helicopter to fly, it was the first of the configuration that would later become the most popular.
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Spirit

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The Spirit of St. Louis (Registration: N-X-211) is the custom-built single engine, single seat monoplane that was flown solo by Charles Lindbergh on May 20–21, 1927, on the first non-stop flight from New York to Paris for which Lindbergh won the $25,000 Orteig Prize.
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Stearman-PT17

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One of the most widely used basic trainers of the war period was this biplane: the Boeing- Stearman Kaydet which, based on the original Stearman design, was produced by Boeing until February 1945 in a total of 10,346 aircraft to meet the needs of the USAAF and the US Navy. It was also extensively used as a glider tug and crop duster.. 11 different versions
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Stinson-Gullwing

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A graceful airplane, the four- to five-place Gull Wings, called "Reliants" by the factory, were very large machines! Though they were not fast, they definitely were "character" airplanes with their own distinctive shape.
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Swedish-P-35

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This is a new version of the Seversky P-35 done up in Swedish colors by Model'n Pal Tim Allen for the other Model'n Pals. It comes on two sheets in regular size plus instructions. Thanks Tim!
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Tupolev Ant-20

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Built near Moscow in only nine months, the Tupolev Ant-20 Maksim Gorki was the largest airplane the world had ever seen when it was unveiled amid great fanfare in 1934. It had a wingspan of 206 feet 8 inches and was 108 feet long. The gross weight was 92,600 pounds. It was powered by six 900 hp M-34s in the wings and another two atop the fuselage. Inside it was like an ocean liner, very non-socialistic indeed. MODEL NOT YET AVAILABLE.
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Velie Monocoupe

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The Monocoupe was manufactured from 1927-9 by Velie Motors Corporation (founded by Willard L. Velie, maternal grandson of John Deere). It was a wood-frame, doped fabric-covered monoplane (hence the name), seating two people in an enclosed cabin.

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Between the Wars Collection DVD

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Aircraft Collection DVD

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