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    • 2001 and Beyond

    • Hejja, Attila
    • United States. Air Force. Airplanes -- United States -- Posters.
    • This print imagines a fighter capable of, or intended soley for, space flight. The artists in this series were simply given the series title "Air Force 2000" and asked to create images of what the United States Air Force would look like a...
    • [Six United States Air Force aircraft, Thunderbirds]

    • United States. Department of the Air Force.
    • United States. Air Force. Thunderbirds
    • 6 Thunderbird F-16s fly in a delta formation over snowy mountains. While only 6 officers fly for the demonstration team, there are typically at least 2 more highly experienced fighter pilots serving as operations officer (#7) and advance...
    • "Bring Me Men"...and Women

    • Mode, Nathalee
    • United States Air Force Academy.
    • This appears to be a celebratory graduation scene for both male and female Air Force Academy graduates, with 3 officers shown above the celebrating crowd.
    • "Eye" Above the Storm

    • Harmon, Allen
    • SR-71 Blackbird (Jet reconnaissance plane).
    • This painting shows the SR-71 "Blackbird," a supersonic reconnaissance jet that could fly at Mach 3+ (more than 3 times the speed of sound), as well as serving as the basis for stealth USAF aircraft going forward. The artist used photos of a...
    • "Night Watch" (Aircraft Control and Warning Radar)

    • Crawford, Sergeant George W.
    • Radar.
    • This photo offers a striking shot of an aircraft control and warning radar lit up against the night sky. Much like their airborne counterparts, these installations provide command and control services for friendly aircraft, as well as more complete...
    • "Put Out My Hand, and Touched the Face of God"

    • Kenyon, Jr., Chris A.
    • B-52 bomber.
    • A B-52 "Stratofortress" soars above the clouds. The painting's title is derived from the final line of the poem "High Flight" by John Gillespie Magee, Jr., though its opening lines ("Oh! I have slipped the surly bonds of Earth/And danced the skies...
    • A 100-Inch Camera

    • U.S. Army
    • Cold War. Infrared photography.
    • The enormous camera pictured here had an infrared lenses capable of punching through hazy conditions to photograph objects up to 30 miles away. It required a two man crew, with one framing the shot and the other taking the picture. This particular...
    • A Day at Kama Kura

    • Dempster, Al
    • Kōtokuin (Kamakura-shi, Japan)
    • The giant bronze statute of Amida Buddha is one of the most recognizable images of Japan. Here we see an airman taking a picture of Japanese children posing in front of the statute. The Amida Buddha statute has had several buildings built around...
    • A Hidden Resource

    • Ablaza, Manuel B.
    • United States. Army. Philippines Division
    • This painting shows a corporal giving Filipinos a civics lesson as part of preparing the nation for independence.
    • A Host of Millions

    • Hines, Bob
    • Fork-tailed storm petrel. Laysan albatross. Short-tailed shearwater.
    • These birds all tend to spend most of their lives well out to sea, often featuring as signs or portents to mariners throughout history. To learn more see the booklet "Wildlife Portrait Series No. 4."
    • A Passion for Politics:  The Life of Mulford Winsor

    • Maxwell, Margaret F.
    • Winsor, Mulford; Arizona history; Arizona libraries;
    • A Passion for Politics: The Life of Mulford Winsor is a history of Arizona's first State Librarian, and Director of the Department of Library and Archives from 1932 until his death in Phoenix on November 05, 1956.
    • A Salute to Progress

    • Schaefer, Robert
    • Eagle (Jet fighter plane).
    • An American aviator of yesteryear salutes progess in his field, symbolized by the F-15 "Eagle" over the field of stars.
    • A-10 Thunderbolt II: Tank Killer

    • Lopez, Jr., Staff Sergeant Jose
    • A-10 (Jet attack plane). M60 (Tank).
    • An A-10 "Thunderbolt II" or "Warthog" ground attack aircraft passes over the heads of a column of a M60 "Patton" main battle tanks (MBT). The Warthog was purpose built for ground attack missions and makes a welcome sight for American infantry and...
    • A-10A Close Air Support Aircraft

    • Fair, Sergeant Ron
    • A-10 (Jet attack plane).
    • The A-10 "Thunderbolt II" or, as it is more frequently known, "Warthog" is a close air support aircraft. This aircraft is known for its extreme durability, as well as excellent low speed control and maneuverability that help it excel in ground...
    • A-37

    • Downs, John
    • A-37 (Jet Aircraft).
    • A-37 "Dragonfly" or "Super Tweet" aircraft are lined up, waiting to take off. The A-37 is a light attack aircraft, intended to fill a variety of rolls such as close air support (providing fire support for ground forces, often at very short ranges),...
    • Above and Beyond

    • Jaros, Nick
    • United States. Air Force. Airplanes -- United States -- Posters.
    • The artists in this series were simply given the series title "Air Force 2000" and asked to create images of what the United States Air Force would look like a generation later.
    • AF Reserve & The KC-10: 452nd AREFW, March AFB, CA.

    • Kodera, Craig
    • KC-10 (Tanker aircraft). March Air Force Base (Calif.). Eagle (Jet fighter plane).
    • A KC-10 "Extender" refueling aircraft based out of March AFB tops off 2 F-15 "Eagle" jets. The KC-10 was created to provide more versatile inflight refueling options to US armed forces, as well as being able to serve as cargo transports when...
    • Air Attack on Japanese Carriers Kagi and Akagi, Midway Battle

    • Coale, Griffith Bailey
    • World War, 1939-1945--Campaigns--Midway Islands
    • This image shows the Japanese aircraft carriers Kaga (erroneously credited as Kagi on the poster) and Akagi being attacked by American aircraft at the Battle of Midway, a pivotal battle in the Pacific Theatre of World War II.
    • Air Contact - North Atlantic

    • Shepler, Dwight
    • World War, 1939-1945--Campaigns--Atlantic Ocean.
    • Sailors on an American ship man anti-aircraft guns in response to seeing enemy aircraft.

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