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A close up of one of the four custom Wright R-3350 engines that powers, 'FIFI', the last flyable B-29 Superfortress.
The AT-11A was a military version of the popular pre-war civilian Twin Beech design used as a training aircraft.
The F-86 Sabre jet has gone from a MiG killer in the Korean War to a crowd pleaser at airshows.
The B-17G "Yankee Lady" sits on the ramp before its next flight in 2013, or is it 1944?
An Air-One ERC UH-1H Huey hovers with crew members on the skids during Vertical Reference Training near Chicago, IL.
An Air-One ERC HH-1N Huey flies past the Chicago Skyline after a day of training.
Tactical Flight Officers of the Air-One ERC Helicopter Unit ride the skids of a hovering Huey during Vertical Reference Training.
An Air-One ERC Huey hovers during Vertical Reference Training at Albertus Airport in Freeport, Illinois.
Final Flight of Endeavour over Treasure Island
Program employees and the international press watch as the Space Shuttle Atlantis is raised to mate with its external tank in preparation for STS-135, the final mission of the Space Shuttle Program.
The Space Shuttle Atlantis is rolled back to the Orbiter Processing Facility after successfully completing STS-135, the final mission of the Space Shuttle Program.
The Space Shuttle Atlantis on Pad 39A during payload loading operations for here final flight.
The Space Shuttle Endeavour atop its carrier aircraft at Kennedy Space Center, awaiting its final departure for California.
The Space Shuttle Discovery atop the carrier aircraft at Kennedy Space Center, on the eve of her departure for the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum, Washington DC.
The Space Shuttle Discovery sits atop its carrier aircraft at Kennedy Space Center, awaiting its departure for the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum in Washington DC.
The Space Shuttle Endeavour nose-to-nose with the Space Shuttle Atlantis.
How close can you get? This Embraer 190 of low-cost Brazilian airline AZUL is rolling out on final approach for Runway 02 at Rio's Santos Dumont airport. 
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Children of all ages are fascinated with airplanes. B-24 Diamond Lil is one of two left flying in the world.
The TAM Airbus A.319 is on final approach over Flamengo Beach, nearing the Santos Dumont domestic airport
Significantly lower than the photographer on top of the Sugarloaf, Airbus A319 of TAM Airlines flies over Botafogo, Rio de Janeiro on approach to Santos Dumont Airport.
This Lufthansa Boeing 747-400 is departing Los Angeles Runway 25R at heavy weight for the flight to Germany. Seen here over Dockweiler Beach, the airliner is initially heading out over the Pacific bef
Three (full-size)F-16 drivers and their (not full-size) jet fighters await their next assignment after participating in the Armed Forces Parade at Torrance, in California.
Self portrait at 3000 feet

1st Annual Air & Space Photo Contest
The Space Shuttle Atlantis on Pad 39A during payload loading operations for here final flight.

The Space Shuttle Atlantis on Pad 39A during payload loading operations for here final flight.

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