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Solar Impulse arrives in Hawaii after flying five days nonstop from Nagoya, Japan.

Solar Impulse arrives in Hawaii after flying five days nonstop from Nagoya, Japan.

B-29 Superfortress bomber about to sink after being ditched north of Guam Mariana Islands 15 May 1945. She was damaged by flak over Nagoya Japan.

B-29 Superfortress bomber about to sink after being ditched north of Guam Mariana Islands 15 May 1945. She was damaged by flak over Nagoya Japan.

Japanese Company To Launch One-Man Electric Helicopter (Updated With Video) - OhGizmo!

Japanese Company To Launch One-Man Electric Helicopter (Updated With Video) - OhGizmo!

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Sun-powered Solar Impulse lands safely in Hawaii after longest solo flight in aviation history

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1959, USS Kearsarge (CVS 33), with Helicopter Squadron 6 and other 7th Fleet units, begin six days of disaster relief to Nagoya, Japan, after Typhoon Vera.

1959, USS Kearsarge (CVS 33), with Helicopter Squadron 6 and other 7th Fleet units, begin six days of disaster relief to Nagoya, Japan, after Typhoon Vera.

▶ Бе-200 Гидроавиасалон 2010 чать 1 Be-200 Hydro Air Show 2010 part 1 - YouTube

▶ Бе-200 Гидроавиасалон 2010 чать 1 Be-200 Hydro Air Show 2010 part 1 - YouTube

On this day in 1942 (April 18, 1942) was the legendary Doolittle Raid. 4 months after Pearl Harbor, these brave men took off with only enough fuel to drop their payloads and get back. God bless them for what they did.

On this day in 1942 (April 18, 1942) was the legendary Doolittle Raid. 4 months after Pearl Harbor, these brave men took off with only enough fuel to drop their payloads and get back. God bless them for what they did.

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