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The Museum's Fieseler Fi 103 on display in the Great Gallery

Fieseler Fi 103 "V1"

On 13 June 1944, Nazi Germany unleashed a new type of weapon: The Fieseler Fi 103 "flying bomb," a small, pilotless,...

The Museum's Fokker D.VII Reproduction (Photo by Heath Moffatt)

Fokker D.VII Reproduction

Most experts agree that the Fokker D.VII was the finest single-seat fighter plane of the war. Designed by Reinhold Platz, the prototype was called the VII and

The Museum's Fokker D.VIII Reproduction (Photo by Heath Moffatt)

Fokker D.VIII Reproduction

The Museum's Fokker D.VIII is a full-scale reproduction of one of the rarest Fokker fighters of World War I. The aircraft's...

The Museum's Fokker Dr.I Reproduction (Photo by Heath Moffatt)

Fokker Dr.I Reproduction

One of the most famous and recognizable fighters of World War I the Fokker Dr.I was built in response to the earlier success of Sopwith's Triplane.

The Museum's Fokker E.III Reproduction (Photo by Heath Moffatt)

Fokker E.III Reproduction

With its mid-wing monoplane design and distinct comma tail, Fokker's E-series fighter is one of the most recognizable aircraft of World War I.

The Museum's Task Silhouette

Franks Task Silhouette

The Silhouette is a modern, all-composite, sport aircraft designed as a kit for home-builders. Designed by Task Research,...

FM-2 Wildcat on display in the Personal Courage Wing

General Motors (Eastern Aircraft Division) FM-2 Wildcat

Designed in 1939, the Grumman Wildcat was America's most capable naval fighter in the battles of the Coral Sea, Midway, and...

The Museum's Goodyear F2G-1 Super Corsair on display in the Great Gallery

Goodyear F2G-1 Super Corsair

Big, robust, and fast, the Goodyear F2G was often referred to as the "Super Corsair" for good reason. Designed and produced...

The Museum's Goodyear FG-1D Corsair on display in the Personal Courage Wing (Photo by Heath Moffatt)

Goodyear FG-1D Corsair

The Chance Vought F4U Corsair (this example was built under license by the Goodyear Company) was the premier Navy and Marine...

The Museum's Granville Brothers Gee Bee Z "City of Springfield" on display in the Great Gallery (Photo by Heath Moffatt)

Granville Brothers Gee Bee Z "City of Springfield" Reproduction

The Model Z was built to win the 1931 Thompson Trophy Race at the National Air Races in Cleveland, Ohio. With a big engine...

The Museum's Grumman A-6E Intruder on display on the South Lawn

Grumman A-6E Intruder

During the Korean War, the U.S. needed rugged jet aircraft suited for attack missions. The A-6 was designed as a tough and...

EA-6B Prowler flies over the Museum of Flight

Grumman EA-6B Prowler

The Grumman (now Northrop Grumman) EA-6B Prowler is an electronic warfare aircraft that was operated by the U.S. Navy and...