A VH-60N White Hawk in flight. The aircraft was known as a “White Top” because of its livery.
A P-59 at rest. Note the tricycle landing gear common on Bell-produced piston-engine fighters—the P-39 Airacobra and P-63 Kingcobra, both of which were in combat in World War II.
An OL-2 showing the aircraft’s two open cockpits; it could be flown with a control wheel in the forward cockpit or a control stick in the rear cockpit.
XC-142A taking off
AD-3W Skyraider
A PB-1W Flying Fortress
The Shenandoah moored to the fleet oiler Patoka (AO-9)
VCS-7 pilots
Royal Air Force Spitfire V
Hanriot biplane fighter