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Sopwith Camel
ME1023

Sopwith Camel

2 Sheets
Moderate
The Sopwith Camel is a British World War I single-seat biplane fighter aircraft introduced on the Western Front in 1917. Unmatched in its maneuverability, it achieved more aerial victories than any other allied aircraft during the war. Also, the legendary WWI ace, Snoopy, flew this plane in his many dog fights against The Red Baron.
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F-22 Raptor
ME1016

F-22® Raptor®

3 Sheets
Moderate
The Lockheed Martin F-22® Raptor® is a single-seat twin-engine fifth-generation super-maneuverable fighter aircraft that uses stealth, speed, agility, precision and situational awareness, combined with air-to-air and air-to-ground combat capabilities, makes it the best overall fighter in the world today.
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F-86 Sabre
ME1015

F-86 Sabre

3 Sheets
Moderate
The F-86 Sabre is a United States transonic jet fighter, first deployed during the Korean War. As the first US swept-wing fighter, the F-86 Sabre was engineered to counter the Soviet MiG-15. Produced by North American Aviation, the F-86 was considered one of the most important combat aircraft during the early 1950s.
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Consolidated PBY Catalina
ME1013

Consolidated PBY Catalina

3 Sheets
Moderate
The PBY Catalina is an amphibious aircraft and one of the most widely used seaplanes during WWII. Being able to land and take off in the ocean, the PBY Catalina was used as a long range patrol bomber, convoy escort, cargo transport and in anti-submarine warfare.
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Mitsubishi Zero
ME1012

Mitsubishi Zero

2 Sheets
Moderate
The Mitsubishi Zero was considered to be the most capable carrier-based fighter aircraft in the world when it first entered combat in 1940. Its superior capabilities were in part due to its amazingly light weight that made it one of the fastest, most maneuverable and one of the longest-ranged single-engine fighter aircraft of World War II. However, that tradeoff in weight was at the price of not having self-sealing fuel tanks which made it prone to catching fire and exploding when struck by enemy fire, and no armor protection for either the pilot or the engine.
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The Spruce Goose
PS2011

The Spruce Goose

3 Sheets
Moderate
The Hughes H-4 Hercules nicknamed the Spruce Goose by critics, was designed as a transatlantic transport plane for use during World War II though it was not completed until after the war. Due to restrictions during the war on the use of aluminum and also concerns about weight, the plane was built almost entirely of birch wood. It was the largest amphibious plane to ever fly though that was only one brief flight on November 2, 1947. The aircraft remains in good condition and is currently on display at the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum in McMinnville, Oregon, USA.
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B-17 Flying Fortress
ME1009

B-17 Flying Fortress™

2.5 Sheets
Challenging
B-17 Flying Fortress was a World War II heavy bomber. Its turbo-supercharged radial engines gave it the necessary high-altitude performance to fly above the effective range of antiaircraft artillery.
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Supermarine Spitfire
ME1005

Supermarine Spitfire

2 Sheets
Moderate
The most widely produced and strategically important British single-seat fighter of World War II. The Spitfire, renowned for winning victory laurels in the Battle of Britain (1940-41), served in every theatre of the war and was produced in more variants than any other British aircraft.
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Ford Trimotor
MMS467

Ford Trimotor

3 Sheets
Moderate
Ford Trimotor was the world’s first luxury airliner when it took to the skies in the late 1920s. Nicknamed the “Tin Goose”, it featured an aluminum corrugated sheet-metal body and wings and was powered by three 420-hp Pratt & Whitney Wasp radial engines. Due to its rugged dependability Admiral Byrd chose it for his attempt to be the first person to fly over the South Pole, which he did on November 28, 1929.
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P-47 Thunderbolt
ME1002

P-47 Thunderbolt

2 Sheets
Moderate
Served as a high-altitude escort fighter and a low-level fighter-bomber for the allied forces during World War II. It was the largest, heaviest, and most expensive fighter aircraft in history to be powered by a single piston engine. The plane was designed and built around its powerful 2000 horse power Pratt and Whitney radial engine. Due to its thick and massive appearance, it came to be known as ‘The Jug.’
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Air Force One
ME1001

Air Force One

2.75 Sheets
Moderate
Air Force One is the official call sign for any Air Force aircraft carrying the President of the United States, though the term most commonly refers to the two Boeing 747 jets bearing the iconic Water and Steel Blue livery.

The Boeing 747 Air Force One, houses an executive suite and private office for the President, as well as a medical annex and communications room featuring at least 19 televisions and 87 telephones. The plane can fuel in midair, contains countermeasures against anti-aircraft missiles and features special shielding to protect the electronics from an electromagnetic pulse resulting from a nuclear attack.
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UH-1 Huey Helicopter
ME1003

UH-1 Huey® Helicopter

2.25 Sheets
Moderate
UH-1 Huey® commonly referred to as the ‘Huey’, the Bell® UH-1 Iroquois is arguably the most famous helicopter in the world. Created primarily for utility and medical evacuation purposes, the UH-1 first flew in 1956 and entered combat service during the Vietnam War. A Hollywood icon, the Huey has been featured in many motion pictures and television series.
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Blue Angels F/A-18 Super Hornet
ICX212

Blue Angels® F/A-18 Super Hornet™

2 Sheets
Challenging
The Blue Angels is a flight demonstration squadron of the United States Navy. Formed in 1946, the unit is one of the oldest formal aerobatic teams in the world.
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F/A-18 Super Hornet
MMS459

F/A-18 Super Hornet™

3 Sheets
Moderate
The F/A-18 Block III Super Hornet is the newest highly capable, affordable and available tactical aircraft in U.S. Navy inventory. The Super Hornet is the backbone of the U.S. Navy carrier air wing now and for decades to come.
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Black Hawk®
MMS461

Black Hawk®

2 Sheets
Moderate
Sikorsky® UH-60 Black Hawk® Since being introduced to the Army in 1979 this medium-lift, multi-role helicopter is now used in more than 28 countries world-wide. It has fought its way in and out of countless combat zones to deliver and extract troops, save lives, provide critical supplies and perform as an aerial firefighter and border patroller.
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F-14 Tomcat
MMS458

F-14 Tomcat™

3 Sheets
Challenging
The supersonic F-14 Tomcat is a twin-engine, variable-sweep wing fighter aircraft. It was developed for the US Navy to counter Soviet MiG Fighter jets. The Tomcat is a two person crew consisting of a pilot in the front seat and a Radar Intercept Officer (RIO) in the back seat.
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