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Duxford Battle of Britain Airshow 2018 at IWM Duxford. 

Photographed 22/23 September 2018

Magister aircraft on the flightline.

Flying Days

Flying Days Each year, IWM Duxford—home of the American Air Museum in Britain—proudly hosts many Air Shows and Flying Days. These regularly honor the history of British and American airmen
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Photo Essay: Robert Sand

Staff Sergeant Robert Sand smoking a pipe, while dressed for work as propellor specialist— complete with an apron for carrying his hand tools. Sand was born in Portland, Oregon, in
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New Acquisition: Focus Cat Sign Board

The sign board in situ, 1944. American airmen who specialized in photo reconnaissance during World War II were given the nickname “Focus Cats.” The sign board pictured here is the
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Featured Aircraft: North American AT-6D Texan (Harvard)

North American AT-6D Texan (Harvard) Specifications: Wingspan: 43 ft.Length: 29 ft.Weight: 3,900 lb. empty; 5,155 lb. loadedTop Speed: 208 mphRange: 629 milesArmament: Two fixed 0.30 machine-guns, provision for one 0.30
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The Autographs: No 5 British Flying Training School, Clewiston

Every day, the American Air Museum tells the story of Anglo-American collaboration throughout the 20th and 21st centuries. In addition to showcasing stories of high-flying American airmen of every era,
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