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There has been an increase in the use of UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) not just in warfare (Though the have seen much operational action in Iraq and Afghanistan), but also in law enforcement, journalism, the notorious and much discussed tacocopter and even here in Groningen an art gallery offering aerial shots of the area using an octocopter.

How Unmanned Drone Aircraft Work (Infographic)

How Unmanned Drone Aircraft Work (Infographic) by Karl Tate, LiveScience Infographic ArtistDate: 27 June 2013

See more HERE: https://www.sunfrog.com/trust-me-im-an-engineer-NEW-DESIGN-2016-Black-Guys.html?53507 Ekranoplan Casspian The Russian Tank-Ship-Plane. Not exactly a plane but still cool. It flies just over the water because of ground effect. So it can haul a heavy load very efficiently compared to getting it up to altitude. Or floating.

Ekranoplan Casspian The Russian Tank-Ship-Plane. Not exactly a plane but still cool. It flies just over the water because of ground effect. So it can haul a heavy load very efficiently compared to getting it up to altitude. Or floating.

Helicopter size comparison

Helicopter size comparison

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Formation of Boeing of the USAAF bomber squadron, nicknamed the American Luftwaffe for accidentally bombing allied troops, in flight over England

This image shows the tail and rear fuselage of a Wellington twin-engine bomber. It shows the amount of heavy damage Barnes Wallis' geodesic frame system could sustain yet still keep flying. Wallis was also the innovative inventor of the "Dambusters" bouncing bomb and many other weapons.

This image shows the tail and rear fuselage of a Wellington twin-engine bomber. It shows the amount of heavy damage Barnes Wallis' geodesic frame system could sustain yet still keep flying. Wallis was also the innovative inventor of the "Dambusters" bouncing bomb and many other weapons.

Graf-Zeppelin arriving in N.Y. for second time

Boston Public Library-Graf-Zeppelin arriving in NY(more likely at Lakehurst, NJ) for second time 1929 Creator: Jones, Leslie, (photographer) Date created: 1929

WWII Wreckage Riders - Surviving the crash - http://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/wwii-wreckage-riders.html

Combat photo of the Boeing Flying Fortress "Lakanuki" of the Bomb Group, Squadron going down just after it's tail blown off. The tail gunner David L. Butcher survived by being thrown clear when the tail came off.

Nose of the Mitchell Bomber, "Take Off Time", Tail

Lt. Charles Bailey in his flying gear with his boot on the wheel of the · P51 Mustang

My Buddy - Lt. Charles Bailey in his flying gear with his boot on the wheel of the Mustang named for his father ( My Buddy ). He shot down a German fighter flying this plane while serving in the all-black Fighter Squadron in Europe during World War II.

amazing photo of a V1 being chased by a British fighter Hal Sharpe

amazing photo of a V1 being chased by a British fighter Hal Sharpe

vinegarjoe: “North American Aviation Sets the Pace ”

vinegarjoe: “North American Aviation Sets the Pace ”

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