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Wildcat engine pulled from Lake Michigan
Navy F4J cockpit
PBY
AT6 at dusk
DC3 glowing
P51B cockpit and P51d nose
P51 D reflection
French Air Force Rafale fighter executes a tight turn in full afterburner, creating a cloud of moisture on the wings.
Flypast from a Gloster Meteor, the Royal Air Force's first operational jet fighter.
British Army Apache AH.1 displaying at RIAT 2013
Heatshield of Apollo 10.
Apollo 10 roll engines close up.
Charlie Brown on display at the Science Museum, London.
Spitfire Mk9
Indian airforce's fighter jet Sukoi ready to take off at Kalikunda Airbase in West Bengal, India
Fighter jets of US and Indian air force's during a joint air exercise at Kalikunda Airforce base in West Bengal, India
Air show at the skyline of Kolkata, India
Indian commandos 'MARCOS' take part in a joint exercise to cope up with possible terrorist attack, at the mid sea of the Bay of Bengal, India
Spectators gather at sea shore of the Bay of Bengal to watch air show of India Air force team
India force's Chetak helicopter takes part in a naval exercise Milan 2012, at mid of Bay of Bengal Ocean in Andaman & Nicobar Islands, India
The Iroquois (Huey) Helicopter A2-1022
Civilian aircraft on tarmac at Caloundra Airport
The bright airport lights creates a nice effect as this Auckland-bound 777 appears to speed to the runway for takeoff.

1st Annual Air & Space Photo Contest
Apollo 10 roll engines close up.

This photograph was taken at the Science Museum in London, where the Apollo 10 Command Module—Charlie Brown—has been on display since 1976," says Meaden. "Apollo 10 was once part of the most advanced, complex machine ever built, and its scorched, blasted surface is the physical embodiment of the greatest journey of exploration undertaken by Man. I remember vividly as a child the first time I saw Charlie Brown when it went on public display. Now, nearly 40 years later and a parent myself, it is something I repeatedly take my own children to see."

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Date Taken: 09.2013
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