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ISR tour: Introduction

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ISR tour: Introduction

Audio by NMUSAF PA | National Museum of the U.S. Air Force | Date: 05.23.2013

The National Museum of the United States Air Force began in 1923, not as a tourist attraction, but as an educational tool for Army engineers to study aeronautical engineering techniques from around the world. In the...

ISR Tour: Wright Flyer

Rating: 3.00

ISR Tour: Wright Flyer

Audio by NMUSAF PA | National Museum of the U.S. Air Force | Date: 05.23.2013

Air intelligence did not begin with the Wright Brothers. It initially became possible because of the Montgolfier brothers’ first manned balloon flight on 21 November 1783. Count Pilatre de Rozier and Marquis...

ISR Tour: Bleriot XI

Rating: 3.00

ISR Tour: Bleriot XI

Audio by NMUSAF PA | National Museum of the U.S. Air Force | Date: 05.23.2013

Wilbur Wright enabled the first use of airplanes in combat by teaching two Italian officers to fly in 1909. The Italians used airplanes in Libya during the Italo-Turkish War of 1911. That conflict marked the first use of...

ISR Tour: Avro 504

Rating: 3.00

ISR Tour: Avro 504

Audio by NMUSAF PA | National Museum of the U.S. Air Force | Date: 05.23.2013

When World War I started, all the warring powers had airplanes, but lacked in a complete understanding of their potential. British and French aviators made critical reconnaissance observations that helped save 100,000...

ISR Tour: Fokker Dr. I

Rating: 3.00

ISR Tour: Fokker Dr. I

Audio by NMUSAF PA | National Museum of the U.S. Air Force | Date: 05.23.2013

The Germans used basically the same rotary aircraft engine as the French and the British, because they licensed it before the war. As the Fokker Triplane’s Oberursel engine became harder to replace later in the...

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