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A free flight aboard an American Overseas Airways B-377 Stratocruiser was the prize for a lucky passenger in this early 1950s newsreel.
3318 days ago    28959 views     Henry Tenby
01:06
Before and during the war, Empire flying boat in-flight refueling operations were conducted using a modified Handley Page Harrow bomber as a tanker.
3318 days ago    31055 views     Henry Tenby
07:38
Jimmy Stewart was too modest to recount his war experiences and there is very little material on his tour as bomber pilot. I found this audio clip from 1990 when he spoke at Princeton about his life and briefly about WW2. The entire audio clip can be found at princeton dot edu. It also includes footage of Stewart back in 1941 talking about his role in the US Army.
3322 days ago    19745 views     Henry Tenby
00:29
Spitfire restored at Thruxton fetched £1.7 million at this weeks auction at an RAF museum in Hendon. The two-seater Vickers-Supermarine Spitfire Tr Mark IX was bought on Monday by adventurer Steve Brooks who was the first person to fly pole-to-pole by helicopter, landing in Antarctica in January 2005. He was also the first person to drive across the Bering Strait from America to Russia in 2002. The Spitfire was originally sold in 1948 to the South African Air Force and later discovered in a Cape Town scrap yard in the 1970s. It was rescued by the late building developer and aviation enthusiast Charles Church who initiated the long process of restoration. It passed through several owners before ending its journey at Classic Aero Engineering in Thruxton, which was commissioned to complete the restoration. Mr Brooks spent £1,739,500 on the iconic piece of British history, which is the first two-seater Mk IX Spitfire to be offered at public auction for over 20 years.
3087 days ago    25934 views     Ken Sayers
02:56
Design and development The origins of the Empire boats lay in an Air Ministry requirement for passenger and mail carriers that could service the colonies particularly to make the connection to Australia.
3318 days ago    28378 views     Henry Tenby
01:24
1936, the Vickers Wellington prototype is demonstrated in this early newreel.
3318 days ago    25931 views     Henry Tenby
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