Classic scenes, here we have several B-52Gs from Beale AFB, Marysville, CA, making full power water injection "MITO" take-offs. The last of the "Water burners", the "G" introduced the new shorter vertical fin, revised nose & radome, and carried over the P&W J-57-P43 turbojets from the B-52F.
Part of a MUST HAVE "History Of Braniff" DVD, which can be purchased at http://braniffpages.com Here we have the one-off DC-8-62 in the livery designed by Alexander Calder. Calder also did a Bicentennial theme on one of the company's Boeing 727-200s as well.
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Henry Tenby of AirlineTV.net filmed this performance of the Bremont Horsemen P-51 Mustangs at the evening show of the Abbotsford Airshow and Friday August 8, 2014.
The Bristol Brabazon was one of the largest aeroplanes of its day, and was developed as a passenger and troop transport to serve the British military and world airlines of the early 1950s. It was a remarkable achievement that was too expensive to operate to ever turn a profit, and sadly no more than the prototypes were ever built. This flight test footage includes the first flight and speaches by the crew of that historic day. This footage was sourced from newsreels from the late 40s and early 50s. A remarkable aeroplane indeed.