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Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Balloons. General view of Hangar

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Manufacturing balloons for government use. Balloon fully inflated with air in the hangar ready for inspection

Airplanes - Types - Langley Field, Hampton, VA. Liberty Caproni CA-5 being taken out of hangar. From Major J.M. Butts

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - The C-5 coming out of hangar for Transoceanic flight. The big Navy Dirigible C-5, whose sudden start for overseas flight has been the talk of the world, leaving her hangar at Montauk Point, L.I., for her start at NewFoundland

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Hauling down prepartory to returning balloon to hangar which is seen in background

Balloons - U - Balloons. U Type at rest in hangar

Balloons - R - Goodyear R-72 bagged down preparatory to being returned to hangar

Airplanes - Hangars - Hangars used for housing American airplanes in France

Balloons - Observation - Scene at Balloon School showing hangar and observation balloons, Akron, Ohio

Airplanes - Hangars - Manufacturing airplane hangars for the Government; Scott Omaha Tent and Awning Co., Omaha, Nebraska. Folding and finishing airplane hangars. Two are on the floor in picture

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Type "C" Twin Motor Dirigible car shown at Aeronautical Exposition in New York

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co., Flying Field, Akron, Ohio. A number of special type balloons in a hangar

Balloons - Manufacturing - General - Manufacturing balloons for government use. South end of balloon hangar

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Manufacturing balloons for government use. Interior of hangar

Balloons - M - Balloon School, Post Field, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Goodyear M 51 being returned to hangar

Airplanes - Types - Pomilio Aircraft Factory. Aeroplanes under a hangar

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Balloon and tent hangar

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Three 5000 cubit feet nurse balloons in hangar

Airplanes - Hangars - New motor testing house, West Side

Army of Occupation - Treves, Germany, Headquarters of American Army of Occupation. Zeppelin Hangar containing more than 100 German planes turned over to the Americans

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Balloons. At rest in a hangar

Airplanes - Hangars - Manufacturing airplane hangars for the Government; Scott Omaha Tent and Awning Co., Omaha, Nebraska. View of machine and Blacksmith Shop, making poles and frames for balloon and airplane hangars

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Returning balloon to hangar

Balloons - Miscellaneous - Dirigible, showing hangar, Goodrich Co., manufactured by Goodrich Co. Akron, O

Balloons - In the Theatre of Operations - Dirigibles. Stabling a Dirigible on a windy day is no easy task. When the French had the station one was destroyed by being blown against the steel framework of the great canvas hangar. The hangar is seven hundred feet long and ninety feet high. It will accomodate two large ships or three small ones. A second hangar is in couse of construction. When complete, this unit of the American Naval Aviation Service will fly four dirigibles and keep up constant patrols

Airplanes - Hangars - E & R shop doors. Rockwell Field, Calif

Balloons - Observation - Balloons. Bringing an observation balloon from the hangar

Airplanes - Hangars - Langley Field, Hampton, VA. New French hangar

Balloons - Miscellaneous - Preparing for a cruise. Preparatory to making a flight the big airship is towed from the hangar to the adjacent field by a number of sailors. At the cry "Hands off" the rope holds are relinquished and the big envelope, propelled by the car suspended underneath gracefully sails out over the field

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - British Airship Station. Large English dirigible rigid in the air being hauled down after a flight. These airships cannot make their own landing but are hauled down to earth by cables dropped from the ship when she gets near the ground

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - The C-5 coming out of hangar for Transoceanic flight. The big Navy Dirigible C-5, whose sudden start for overseas flight has been the talk of the world, leaving her hangar at Montauk Point, L.I., for her start at Newfoundland

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Returning balloon to its hangar

Army of Occupation - Treves, Germany, Headquarters of American Army of Occupation. Huge Zeppelin hangar turned over to Americans. Side view

Balloons - Observation - Balloons. Observation balloon watching over Dirigible in Hangar

Balloons - R - Type R Balloon being returned to hangar in strong wind

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Army Balloon School, Fort Sill, Okla. Balloon in hangar

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Omaha Balloon School. Balloon just before ascension

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Hauling an observation balloon from hangar

Balloons - R - Returning type R balloon to hangar

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Headquarters Balloon Detachment, Post Field, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Returning balloon to hangar

Balloons - M - Balloon School, Post Field, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Goodyear M 33 being returned to hangar

Balloons - Miscellaneous - Dirigible of American Naval Aviators about to enter the hangar. This plane can remain out 30 hours and cruise 70 miles

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Balloons. Dirigible in hangar

Airplanes - Hangars - Crowds witness first annual field day

Army of Occupation - Treves, Germany, Headquarters of American Army of Occupation. Entrance of Zeppelin Hangar. It is one of the largest of the world. Note tremendous size of steel door

Balloons - R - Goodyear R-72 bagged down ready to be returned to hangar. Fort Sill, Oklahoma

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Stern of Goodyear R in hangar

Army of Occupation - Treves, Germany, Headquarters of American Army of Occupation. Zeppelin hangar turned over to Americans. Three-quarter side view

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Balloon in hangar

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Headquarters Balloon Detachment, Post Field, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Hauling down preparatory to returning balloon to hangar, which can be seen in background

Airplanes - Hangars - Steel aero repair. Hangar

Colleges and Universities - Princeton - Teaching aviation at Princeton's Flying School

Airplanes - Types - German hangar and aeroplanes surrounded to the Allies in accordance with the terms of the Armistice. Fokken D-7's

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Returning balloon to hangar

Balloons - Miscellaneous - Type of U.S. Dirigible. Taking a dirigible out of its hangar. It was built by the B.F. Goodrich Co. of Akron, Ohio

Airplanes - Hangars - E & R shop doors. Rockwell Field, Calif

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Norfolk Naval Base, VA., shows Dirigible in hangar

Balloons - M - Preparing Goodyear Balloon M-33 for ascension. Field tent hangar on left of picture

Airplanes - Hangars - American aeroplane hangar in France. American temporary hangar in France. The hangar is covered with green canvas so that it cannot be seen by German observers

Balloons - M - Goodyear M-51 returning to hangar. Fort Sill, Oklahoma

Airplanes - Hangars - A gigantic dirigible hangar. This hangar is designed to accommodate three dirigibles. The power plant at the left of the picture furnished power and light for the aviation camp and generates gas for the big bags of the dirigibles. Observe the lookout posted on the hangar

Army of Occupation - Treves, Germany, Headquarters of American Army of Occupation. One of the monster doors of the Zeppelin hangar

Balloons - R - Army Balloon School, Fort Sill, Okla. Balloon being towed by winch to hangar

Balloons - Miscellaneous Operations - Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co., Flying Field, Akron, Ohio. Five special type balloons ready for flight. The large hangar is directly behind

Airplanes - Historical - The Handley-Page Aero Langley beside the hangar before her trial trip, Elizabeth, N.J

Balloons - Hangars and Beds - Army Balloon School, Engineering Dept., Fort Omaha, Nebraska. Balloon bed (outside canvas)

Architectural Drawing for a Floating Airship Hangar

A driver, in his 1924 Chrysler Six, checks out a Coastal Artillery Observation Balloon hangar

Photograph Rising the First Main Frame of a Dirigible, ca. 1933

Photograph of the USS Akron in the Goodyear-Zeppelin Dock

Photograph of the USS Akron in the Goodyear-Zeppelin Dock , ca. 1933

U.S. Congress. Joint Committee to Investigate Dirigible Disasters, ca. 1933

Photograph of the Nose of the USS Akron being Attached

Photograph of the Nose of the USS Akron being Attached, ca. 1933

Photograph of the Starboard Side of a Dirigible, ca. 1933

Photograph of Planes and Hangars Wrecked in the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor

Photograph of Planes and Hangars Wrecked in the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor

Photograph of Planes and Hangars Wrecked in the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor

Photograph of Hangar Burning after Japanese Air Raid on Pearl Harbor

Photograph of U.S. Aircraft Destroyed as a Result of the Japanese Bombing on Pearl Harbor

Photograph of Planes and Hangars Wrecked in the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor

Aircraft in a Hangar at the Naval Air Station at Brunswick, Maine

President John F. Kennedy Peers into Space Capsule at the Presentation Ceremony of NASA Distinguished Service Medal (DSM) to Astronaut and Colonel John Glenn, Jr. at Hangar 'S' at Cape Canaveral, Florida

Photograph of Astronaut M. Scott Carpenter in Hangar S Prior to Aurora 7 Launch

Photograph of Astronaut Malcolm Scott Carpenter Leaving Hangar S Prior to Aurora 7 Launch

A U.S. Air Force F-102 Delta Dagger aircraft assigned to the 119th Fighter Wing"Happy Hooligans", 178th Fighter Squadron, North Dakota Air National Guard, sits parked in front of an aircraft hangar at Hector International Field, North Dakota. (A3604) (U.S. Air Force PHOTO) (Released)

PANELED AREA OF F-106 AIRPLANE IN THE HANGAR

PANELED AREA OF F-106 AIRPLANE IN THE HANGAR

PANELED AREA OF F-106 AIRPLANE IN THE HANGAR

PANELED AREA OF F-106 AIRPLANE IN THE HANGAR

PANELED AREA OF F-106 AIRPLANE IN THE HANGAR

PANELED AREA OF F-106 AIRPLANE IN THE HANGAR

PANELED AREA OF F-106 AIRPLANE IN THE HANGAR

VISITING AIRCRAFT ON THE HANGAR APRON

J-85 F-106 AIRPLANE SPIKE INLET 40-60 TAKE OFF CONFIGURATION AT HANGAR APRON QUIET ENGINE SITE

5 HANGAR AREAS

C-130 AIRPLANE AT HANGAR

C-130 AIRPLANE AT HANGAR

J-85 F-106 AIRPLANE SPIKE INLET 40-60 APPROACH CONFIGURATION AT THE HANGAR APRON

J-85 F-106 AIRPLANE SPIKE INLET 40-60 TAKE OFF CONFIGURATION AT HANGAR APRON QUIET ENGINE SITE

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