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Images Dated 28th September 2020

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US Marine Corps - Vought O3U-6 Corsair at Mines Field, LA Featured 28 Sep 2020 Print

US Marine Corps - Vought O3U-6 Corsair at Mines Field, LA

United States Marine Corps - Vought O3U-6 Corsair of VO-8M at Mines Field, Los Angeles, California, for the 1936 National Air Races. The Marine Corps team from VO-8M of the 2nd Marine Brigade; left to right:- 1st. Lieutenant James M. Daly 1st. Lieutenant John Wehle Captain Frank H. Schwable Captain Raymond E. Hopper Captain John N. Hart Captain Frank H Lamson-Scribner Captain Thomas J. Cushman (Commanding Officer) Captain Lawson H.M. Sanderson (Executive officer) Captain Willain C. Lemly Captain Lofton R. Henderson Captain Roger T. Carleson 1st. Lieutenant Ernest R. West 1st. Lieutenant Mazet (not shown - 2nd. Lieutenant Horace S. West (USMC Reserve)) Date: 1936

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

XNBL-1 AS64215 main undercarriage bungee shock absorber Featured 28 Sep 2020 Print

XNBL-1 AS64215 main undercarriage bungee shock absorber

Main undercarriage unit bungee shock absorber of Engineering Division XNBL-1 AS64215, (also known as The Barling Bomber and Witteman-Lewis XNBL-1 and McCook Field Project P-303), during manufacture at Witteman-Lewis Co. Designed by Walter Barling, the XNBL-1 (NBL=Night Bombardment-Long distance) was a large triplane, powered by six 420hp Liberty L-12 engines, quad landing gear and four tails. Contracted to Witteman-Lewis Co for manufacture at Hasbrouck Heights, it was shipped by train, unsassembled, in sections, to Wright Field. First flown on 22 August 1923, it was only a few times before it was dismantled and scrapped in 1928. Date: circa 1923

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

No. 2 Squadron, Canadian Air Force Featured 28 Sep 2020 Print

No. 2 Squadron, Canadian Air Force

Canadian Air Force - The assembled men and machines of No. 2 Squadron Canadian Air Force (1918-1920), probably at Shoreham aerodrome (or, less likely, Upper Heyford). The Canadian Air Force (CAF) was a contingent of two Canadian air force squadrons - one fighter and one bomber - authorized by the British Air Ministry in August 1918 during the close of the First World War. The unit was independent from the Canadian Expeditionary Force and the Royal Air Force (RAF). No.2 Squadron of the Canadian Air Force was equipped with Airco DH.9A day bombers and was active throughout the short life of the Canadian Air Force, from 1918 to 1920. (Canadian Aviation Corps 1914-1915 ; Canadian Air Force (1918-1920) ; Canadian Air Force (1920-1924) ; Royal Canadian Air Force (1924- present)) Date: circa 1919

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans