American B25 bombers attack Japanese war ships somewhere in the pacific during WWII. 16 Feb 1944.

American B25 bombers attack Japanese war ships somewhere in the pacific during WWII. 16 Feb 1944.

The first captive-carry flight of the NB-52 and X-15-1 on March 10, 1959

The first captive-carry flight of the NB-52 and X-15-1 on March 10, 1959

Low flying C-47s roar overhead as they carry supplies to the American troops near Bastogne, January 6, 1945.

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Low flying C-47s roar overhead as they carry supplies to the American troops near Bastogne, January 6, 1945.

B-52 out of EAFB , Tail number 008 worked on this plane. Father-in-law machined parts for the X-15 project.

B-52 out of EAFB , Tail number 008 worked on this plane. Father-in-law machined parts for the X-15 project.

Scott Crossfield (first person to fly twice the speed of sound) beside an X-15, by Allan Grant, 1960s

Scott Crossfield (first person to fly twice the speed of sound) beside an X-15, by Allan Grant, 1960s

B-52 Stratofortress @ Red Flag - Nellis AFB (Steve Wynn's "Encore" Hotel In Background)

B-52 Stratofortress @ Red Flag - Nellis AFB (Steve Wynn's "Encore" Hotel In Background)

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