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Pilot, Wm - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Map of Pilot Knob, Mo., and Vicinity. Wm. Hoelcke, Captn. & Addl. A. de C.

Photograph of Pilot William C. Hopson of the U.S. Mail Service in Winter Flying Clothing

Airplanes - Accidents - Three quarters rear view of wrecked Caproni, Camp Resaniti, Pilot

Airplanes - Accidents - Wreck of 1331, Marine Corps, CPL. McAllister, Pilot

Balloons - Flights - Observation Balloon at a Camp in the United States. Shows basket with pilot ready to go up

American Library Association - V&W (not in alphabetical order) - Arrival of seaplane (Captain Page, Pilot) at Quantico, May 6, 1919, carrying Marines Magazines to the boys stationed there

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - Pilot and plane, Taliaferro Field, Texas. From C.P.I

Lt. Stein, flight commander of the "Wolfchen" and pilot Vobek. This plane performed excellent reconnaissance service during the cruise of the "Wolf"

Airplanes - Accidents - Wreck of ship no. 17-8c#3862, Lt. Cowan, Pilot

Airplanes - Types - Airplanes for government use. Dayton-Wright Airplane Co. Plant, Dayton, Ohio. Honey Moon, rear seat interior and pilot

Airplanes - Ordnance - Gun mounts. Ordnance Equipment for seaplanes built at Naval Aircraft Factory, Phila., PA. F-5-l No. 1, nose view, showing scarf mount gun and pilot's directing bomb sight. Naval Aircraft Factory

Balloons - U - Balloons. Pilot and coxman ready for flight in the U Type Dirigible. The car has windows on the sides and bottom of car for observation

Airplanes - Parts - Airplanes and parts manufactured for government use. F 2-1 Pilot's cockpit. Top view showing windshield. At Naval Aircraft Factory, Philadelphia, PA. U.S. Navy Department

Airplanes - Types - Permilio Plane, owner and pilot, Mineola, L.I

Airplanes - Types - Airco (DeH) one Napier Lion Engine; pilot and eight passengers; speed 114 m.p.h., new type for use on London-Paris Service, first of this model now reaching completion. Air Service

Airplanes - Types - Airplanes for government use. Dayton-Wright Airplane Co. Plant, Dayton, Ohio. Honey Moon, rear seat interior and pilot

Airplanes - Accidents - Rear view of Caproni Wreck, Capt. Resuati, Pilot

American Library Association - V&W (not in alphabetical order) - Distribution of "The Marines Magainze" at Quantico, VA., taken there by seaplane. Capt. Page, Pilot, May 6, 1919

Airplanes - Accidents - Forced landing at Commock, N.Y., Lt. Col. White, Pilot

American Library Association - Library Personnel - Miss Muriel Wright of the American Library Association in charge of the Washington Campaign for magazines, sending copies of the magazine "Marine" by seaplane to the Marines at Quantico, VA., May 6, 1919. Capt. Page, Pilot

Airplanes - Radio Equipment - Airplanes and parts manufactured for government use. F 5-L Antenna reel, installation for wireless. After pilot's cockpit. At Naval Aircraft Factory, Philadelphia, PA. U.S. Navy Department

Airplanes - Types - Airplanes for government use. Dayton-Wright Airplane Co. Plant, Dayton, Ohio. Honey Moon, rear seat interior and pilot

Airplanes - Accidents - Wreck no. 1329, Cadet J. B. Erwin, Pilot

Balloons - Miscellaneous - New type of Coast Patrol Dirigbile. Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. and Navy officials inspecting the Curtiss car which propels the big envelope through the air. The pilot operates the rudder and elevator controls, guiding and elevating the bag. The gas bags are made of rubberized fabric of light weight but tremendous strength

American Library Association - Library Personnel - Miss Theresa Hitchler receiving "The Marines" from Captain Page, pilot of the seaplane which brought the magazines from Washington to Quantico, VA., for distribution to a thousand marines, May 6, 1919

Airplanes - Parts - Airplanes for government use. Dayton-Wright Airplane Co. Plant, Dayton, Ohio. Honey Moon, rear seat interior and pilot

Airplanes - Historical - Trans-Atlantic plane being built at Bayonne, N.J. A hugh seaplane being built by the Witteman-Lewis Aircraft Co. to be piloted by Capt. Hugo Sunstedt the Sweedish Aviator (directly underneath the plane), for a transatlantic flight for the $50,000 Lord Northcliff price. Plane when rigged will have a wingspan of 100 feet and boat length of 72 feet. The boat is to be enclosed to protect against the cold and will carry three passengers besides the pilot. Its speed is 80 miles per hour and is of the pusher type, the propellers being in the rear of the plane. She will carry 700 gallons of gasoline

Airplanes - Accidents - Motor went dead, Pilot was forced to land with wind throwing ship on back. Chanute Field, ILL

Airplanes - Radio Equipment - Equipment for seaplanes built at Naval Aircraft Factory, Phila., PA. F-5-L radio installation boat 3567 looking forward. After pilot's cockpit

Airplanes - Historical - Taliaferro Field, Fort Worth, Texas. Pilot and plane on the field

Airplanes - Accidents - Rear view of wrecked 1320, Mineola, N.Y., J. Vidner, Pilot

Airplanes - Accidents - Aeroplane Accidents. General view of wrecked aeroplane #1320, Pilot Cadet J.H.Vidnen. Mineola, Long Island

Airplanes - Historical - Aviators rescued from watery grave. The rescue of an Allied pilot and observer after their plane fell into the sea. They are shown standing on a wing of the rapidly sinking plane awaiting the H.M.S. "Seymour" which came to their rescue

Airplanes - Accidents - Forced landing #245, Commock, L.I., Lt. Col. White, Pilot

Airplanes - Types - Inside aerobus while in flight from London to Paris. Shows the interior of plane, part of the pilot, and passengers who made this record breaking trip

Artists - French Artworks - Famous painting by Lieut. Henri Farre. The 45th victory of Guynemer. The enemy aeroplane is shown in a spinning nose dive. Its pilot and observer were thrown by the violence in spinning

Airplanes - Historical - Fuselage of Hugh Seaplane being built by the Witteman-Lewis Aircraft Co., New Jersey, and is to be piloted by Captain Hugo Sunstedt the Swedish Aviator, for a transatlantic flight for the 50,000 dollar Lorth Northcliffe prize. Plane when rigged will have a wingspan of 100 feet and boat length of 72 feet, and capacity of 700 gals. of gasoline. The boat is to be enclosed to protect against the cold and will carry three passengers besides the pilot. The speed is 80 miles per hour and the plane is of the pusher type, the propellers being in the rear

Airplanes - Historical - Flying above the clouds. Taken from an observation balloon showing pilot of the Royal British Air Force, 5,000 feet above sea level

Airplanes - Accidents - View showing pilot seat wrecked. Airplane accident. Mineola, N.Y

Cutting the Pilot Channel

Oglala Dam (Pilot Channel)

Kyle Dam (Pilot Trench)

White Clay Dam (Clearing Pilot Channel)

Photograph of Shattered Remains of a Japanese Pilot Whose Plane was Brought Down during Pearl Harbor Attack

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) Sheldon O. Hall, standing next to a US Navy (USN) F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft at Henderson Field, Guadalcanal, 1943. 1LT Hall is an Ace Pilot credited with 6 kills. His hometown is Ottawa, Ohio. (Exact date shot unknown)

LIEUT. WILMETH SIDAT-SINGH - FIGHTER PILOT, ATHLETE

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) Paul A. Mullen, taken in the cockpit of a USMC F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft at Guadalcanal, June 6, 1943. 1LT Mullen is an ace pilot and is credited with 6 kills. His hometown is 45 Ordale Boulevard, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) Frank B. Baldwin, taken at Russell Islands July 3, 1943 as he sits in the cockpit of a USMC F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft. 1LT Baldwin is an Ace Pilot credited with 10 kills

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) Major (MAJ), Joseph H. Reinberg, taken at Guadalcanal, July 4, 1943. MAJ Reinberg is an Ace Pilot credited with 7 kills. (Substandard image)

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Jack Pittman, Jr, taken at Russell Island, July 4, 1943 as he sits in the cockpit of a USMC F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft. TSGT Pittman is an Ace Pilot credited with 7 kills. His hometown is Amarillo, Texas

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) Major (MAJ) Donald H. Sapp, taken at Russell Islands September 15, 1943. MAJ Sapp is an Ace Pilot credited with 11 kills. (Substandard image)

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) William N. Case, Marine Fighter Squadron 214 (VMF-214)"Black Sheep"taken at Russell Islands, October 5, 1943. 1LT Case is an Ace Pilot credited with 8 kills

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) Second Lieutenant (2LT) Alvin J. Jensen, standing in front of a US Navy (USN) F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft at Vella LaVella, Soloman Islands, November 14, 1943. 2LT Jensen is an Ace Pilot credited with 7 kills

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) John F. Bolt, Marine Fighter Squadron 214 (VMF-214)"Black Sheep"taken at Vella La Vella, December 5, 1943 as he stands in front of a USMC F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft. 1LT Bolt is an Ace Pilot credited with 6 kills. His hometown is Sanford, Florida

Pilot of NATS R5D Signals that He is about to Start Engines

Official Portrait of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) Charles W. Drake, taken at San Diego, California (CA), 1945. 1LT Drake is a World War II (WWII) Ace Pilot credited with 5 kills. A photograph of a US Navy F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft hangs in the background. (Exact date shot unknown)

Official Portrait of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) Dewey F. Durnford, taken at San Diego, California (CA), 1945. 1LT Durnford is a World War II (WWII) Ace Pilot credited with 6 kills also he awarded three Distinguished Flying Crosses and three Air Medals. A photograph of a US Navy F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft hangs in the background. (Exact date shot unknown)

Official Portrait of US Marine Corps (USMC) Major Jefferson D. Dorroh, Jr, taken at San Deigo, California (CA), 1945. MAJ Dorroh is an Ace Pilot credited with 6 kills. A picture of a US Navy (USN) F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft hangs in the background. (Exact date shot unknown)

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) Major (MAJ), Edmund F. Overend, taken at San Deigo, California (CA), 1945 as he sits in the cockpit of a US Navy (USN) F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft. MAJ Overend is an Ace Pilot credited with 9 kills. (Exact date shot unknown)

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) Williams L. Hood, standing on the wing of a US Navy (USN) F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft at Okinawa, Japan, 1945. 1LT Hood is an Ace Pilot credited with 5 kills. (Exact date shot unknown)

Official Portrait of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) Jeremiah J. O'Keffe, taken at Marine Corps Air Depot, Miramar, San Diego, California (CA), 1945. 1LT O'Keffe is an ace pilot and is credited with 7 kills. His hometown is Ocean Springs, Mississippi. A photograph of a US Navy F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft hangs in the background. (Exact date shot unknown)

United States Marine Corps Captain (CPT) Donald N. Aldrich, 26 year old Marine fighter pilot from Chicago, Illinois, shot down 19 Japanese planes. Defense of Department, Official Portrait

Official Portrait of US Marine Corps (USMC) Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Gregory"Pappy"Boyington, Commander, Marine Fighter Squadron 214 (VMF-214)"Black Sheep"taken at Marine Corps Headquarter, Washington D.C., October 4, 1945. LTC Boyington was awarded the Medal of Honor and is an Ace Pilot credited with 28 kills

Photograph of Pilot Carl Nelson and District Ranger Bill Trygg with the Forest Service Seabee Patrol Plane on the Shore of Thomas Lake

U.S. Air Force North Dakota Air National Guard pilot Duane"Pappy"Larson (foreground left), signs his logbook with members of his ground crew, on the wing of a F-51D Mustang aircraft, at Camp Williams, Wisconsin, in June 1953. (A3604) (U.S. Air Force PHOTO) (Released)

Photograph of Astronauts M. Scott Carpenter and John H. Glenn, Jr. Overlooking the Erection of the Launch Vehicle

The crew of an RA-3B Skywarrior aircraft prepares to depart on a mission in the Caribbean. The men, from Light Photographic Squadron 62 (VFP-62), are from left to right: Lieutenant (LT) Herbert Nichols, pilot; LT Rodney Jenkins, navigator; and PH1 Jack D Carter, photographic technician

Photograph of Apollo 13 Lunar Module Pilot Fred W. Haise, Jr. Undergoing Spacesuit Checks

Photograph of Gemini IX Prime Crew Pilot Eugene A. Cernan and Backup Crew Pilot Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. during Water Egress Training

Photographs of X-15 Pilot Captain Joe H. Engle, USAF, and a X-15 Aircraft

Aviation Story - 1st Air Calvary Division

An HH-53C Super Jolly Green Giant helicopter hovers over the jungle during the rescue of a downed pilot in Southeast Asia

An HH-53C Super Jolly Green Giant helicopter hovers over the jungle during the rescue of a downed pilot. (Substandard image)

AS07-04-1600 - Apollo 7 - Apollo 7 Mission, Command Module Pilot Donn F. Eisele smiles at camera

AS07-04-1597 - Apollo 7 - Apollo 7 Mission, Lunar Module Pilot Walter Cunningham

AS07-04-1584 - Apollo 7 - Apollo 7 Mission, Lunar Module Pilot, R. Walter Cunningham

AS07-04-1559 - Apollo 7 - Apollo 7 Mission, Lunar Module Pilot Walter Cunningham inside Command Module

AS07-04-1583 - Apollo 7 - Apollo 7 Mission, Command Module Pilot Donn F. Eisele

Astronaut Walter Cunningham, Apollo 7 lunar module pilot, writes with a space pen while performing flight tasks on the ninth day of the Apollo 7 mission. A 70 mm Hasselbald camera film magazine floats just above Cunningham's right hand in the zero gravity environment of the spacecraft

AS09-19-2983 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Astronaut Russell L. Schweickart, lunar module pilot, during EVA

AS09-19-2976 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - EVA of LM Pilot Schweikart

AS09-19-2982 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Astronaut Russell L. Schweickart, lunar module pilot, during EVA

AS09-19-2993 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Astronaut Russell L. Schweickart, lunar module pilot, during EVA

AS09-19-3000 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Astronaut Russell L. Schweickart, lunar module pilot, during EVA

AS09-19-2997 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Astronaut Russell L. Schweickart, lunar module pilot, during EVA

AS09-19-2994 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Astronaut Russell L. Schweickart, lunar module pilot, during EVA

AS09-19-2981 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Astronaut Russell L. Schweickart, lunar module pilot, during EVA

AS09-19-2984 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Astronaut Russell L. Schweickart, lunar module pilot, during EVA

AS09-19-2995 - Apollo 9 - Apollo 9 Mission image - Astronaut Russell L. Schweickart, lunar module pilot, during EVA

AS12-48-7136 - Apollo 12 - Apollo 12 Mission image - Astronaut Alan L. Bean, lunar module pilot, and two U.S. spacecraft

AS12-48-7135 - Apollo 12 - Apollo 12 Mission image - Astronaut Alan L. Bean, lunar module pilot, and two U.S. spacecraft

AS12-48-7133 - Apollo 12 - Apollo 12 Mission image - Astronaut Alan L. Bean, lunar module pilot, and two U.S. spacecraft

AS12-49-7246 - Apollo 12 - Apollo 12 Mission image - Astronaut Alan L. Bean, lunar module pilot, is photographed on the Lunar terrain.

AS12-48-7134 - Apollo 12 - Apollo 12 Mission image - Astronaut Alan L. Bean, lunar module pilot, and two U.S. spacecraft

AS12-49-7245 - Apollo 12 - Apollo 12 Mission image - Astronaut Alan L. Bean, lunar module pilot, is photographed on the Lunar terrain.

LTC Slicker, commander, 310th Tactical Airlift Squadron, 315th Tactical Airlift Wing, talks with UC-123K Provider aircraft pilot CPT J. Greene. The aircraft, being inactivated, is named "Patches" for the more than 1,000 hit-hole patches that it received during the Vietnam conflict

AS15-88-11864 - Apollo 15 - Apollo 15 Mission image - View of Station Lunar Module (LM), LM Pilot and Flag, N

AS15-88-11866 - Apollo 15 - Apollo 15 Mission image - View of Station Lunar Module (LM), LM Pilot and Flag, N

AS16-117-18728 - Apollo 16 - Apollo 16 Mission image - Astronaut Charles M. Duke Jr., Apollo 16 lunar module pilot, exposed this view of ``Shadow Rock`` with his 70mm Hasselblad camera during the mission's third and final extravehicular activity (EVA-3), on April 23, 1972.

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