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These variants are denoted by a - before the aircraft name.
Selecting 'Boeing 747,' for example, will show results featuring all Boeing 747 jetliners in our database, while selecting '- Boeing 747-200' will show all Boeing 747-200 variants in our database (Boeing 747-200, Boeing 747-212B, Boeing 747-283F, etc.)
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This pulldown menu, in addition to each photographer available as a search limiter, also shows the number of photos currently in the database for each specific photographer, enclosed in brackets.
For example, an option of: - Paul Jones  .. indicates that there are 550 total photos taken by Paul Jones currently in the database.
Note: The total number of photos, enclosed in brackets, is updated four (4) times hourly, and may be slightly inaccurate.
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The 'Keywords' field is perhaps the most useful field included in our search engine. Using this field, you may search for any word, term, or combinations of terms in our database. Every photo field is covered by the Keywords search routine.
The Keywords field is ideal for searching for such specifics as aircraft registrations, photographers' names, specific airport/city names, specific paintschemes (i.e. 'Wunala Dreaming'), etc. To use the Keywords field, begin by selecting a Keyworld search field. You may select either a specific database field (airline, aircraft, etc.), or choose to match your keyword to all database fields.
Next, select a Keyword limiter. There are three options from which to choose: - is exactly - starts with - contains Select the appropriate limiter for your search, then enter the keyword(s) you wish to search in the box on the right.
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Use this option to include only photos taken in a specific year in your search.
This pulldown menu, in addition to each year available as a search limiter, also shows the number of photos currently in the database for each specific year, enclosed in brackets. For example, an option of: - 2003  .. indicates that there are 55,000 total photos taken in the year 2003 currently in the database. *Note: The total number of photos, enclosed in brackets, is updated four (4) times hourly, and may be slightly inaccurate.
Additionally, decade ranges (1990-1999, etc.) are available as selections in this menu. Selecting a decade range will show all photos matching your other search criteria from the selected decade. The 'All Years' selection is the default selection for this option.
Note: This E-2C formerly of VAW-126 hit a deer while taxiing at night. The deer ran into the prop and was thrown through the fuselage damaging the airframe beyond repair. You can see a shiny aluminum patch just ahead of the wing to repair the...
Note: Crashed following a loss of engine power and subsequent forced landing at the Robert Moses State Park, Babylon.
Examination of the engine revealed that the #4 cylinder connecting rod failed. The failed connecting rod breached the top of...
Note: Pilot Chris showing us how NOT to takeoff in his P-51. Your suppose to takeoff and then raise the gear...NOT raise the gear to take off. Thanks for the Great shots Chris, you always drop our jaw!
Note: I never get tired of shooting Paul's T-6, the most beautiful aircraft I have ever seen. The highly polished aircraft is not near perfect, but that is what makes it so sweet. Every nick, ding and scratch gives this aircraft more...
Note: This A-10 is landing at the airport mere feet where it was designed. It is really nice to see an A-10 back home where it belongs, even if it is only for the 2009 Jones Beach Airshow weekend. Proudly looked after by the American Airpower...
Note: American Airpower Museum C-47 at home with the Farmingdale control tower. The sights and sounds of the aircraft roaring past is unbelievable. This aircraft made 7 trips on the Normandy D-Day invasion.
Note: Wing view of the Farmingdale Tower and Terminal. Note all the cars on the left side as the Blue Angels are about to arrive for the airshow this week. The calm before the STORM. Taken from Dazzlin' Deb
Note: This E-2 normally does not get to stretch its wings but for these few days it had plenty of room for the Northrop Family day open house as the F-18G and the EA-6 were a no-show due to weather (obviously the Navy was not making that...
Note: Felix 101 at home where she was designed at Grumman Bethpage Airfield (Closed) Bethpage, NY. Now at Nothrop Grumman's entrance. It looks like the god Zeus is very upset they tied Felix to the ground. Felix 101 - The Last flying U.S. Tomcat...
Note: Last Tomcat landing on Long Island, its birthplace. This was only after they flew past Calverton N.Y. where they were assembled and Bethpage N.Y. where they were designed. Thank You to ALL Grumman Employees who had anything to do with...
Note: LAST FLYING LIBERATOR has a new paint job!!!!
The Collings Foundation’s B-24 is the only restored flying B-24 in the world. It was very well known as Dragon & his tail and is now painted as the B-24 assigned to the 467BG, 790BS that...
Note: The Collings Flying Fortress was built at Long Beach, CA by the Douglas Aircraft Company and accepted on April 7, 1945. Although she was too late for combat, #44-83575 did serve as part of the Air/Sea 1st Rescue Squadron and later in the...
Note: This Varig Brazil MD-11 was purchased by Fed-Ex in October 2004. It will get a cargo door and a new set of tires. Seen here overlooking the Goodyear airport with Many MD-11 and DC-10 tails in the backround.
Note: Deperdussin (COPY) - French 1913
Engine 160HP Gnome -1917
First designed in 1912, this design was the winner of the famous Gordon Bennett trophy for two years in a row.
This was the first airplane to exceed 100MPH.