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The Museum's Aeronca C-2 at Hillsboro in 1959 with original owner Robert Cansdale - Caption field here

Aeronca C-2

"Just the basics" was the name of the game with the Aeronca C-2. The pilot sat on a bare plywood seat with five instruments, a stick, and rudder pedals in front of him..

The Museum's Aeronca L-3B (O-58B) Grasshopper on display in the Great Gallery

Aeronca L-3B Grasshopper

The Aeronca L-3B is an example of the light planes used by the U.S. Army during World War II.

The Museum's Albatros D.Va (Photo by Heath Moffatt)

Albatros D.Va (L24) Reproduction

Starting with the introduction of the D.I (L15) in August 1916, the Albatros D series produced many of the most iconic...

The Museum's Alexander Eaglerock on display at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

Alexander Eaglerock

The Alexander Eaglerock series was one of several civilian aircraft brands that emerged after World War I. Winging away from...

The Museum's Antonov An-2 Colt en route to Everett

Antonov An-2 Colt

According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the Antonov An-2 Colt's 45-year production run is one of the longest ever for any aircraft.

The Museum's Apollo 17 Lunar Module Mock-Up on display in the Lear Gallery

Apollo 17 Lunar Module Ascent Stage Mock-up

The Grumman-built Lunar Module, or LM, was the first true spacecraft—designed to fly only in vacuum. It was a key component...

The Museum's Aviatik (Berg) D.I (Photo by Heath Moffatt)

Aviatik (Berg) D.I

Berg incorporated some interesting traits into his strange-looking airplane. When two side radiators on some of the early Aviatiks weren't getting the job done.

Hanging the Museum's Beech C-45H Expeditor in the Great Gallery

Beech C-45H Expeditor

Beech's twin-engined Model 18 helped helped the advance and growth of commercial aviation in the years before World War II.

US Army Bell UH-1H Iroquois (Huey) helicopters in Vietnam

Bell UH-1H Iroquois (Huey)

The Bell UH-1 Iroquois, commonly known as the "Huey," was a multipurpose utility helicopter famous for its widespread use...

The Museum's Boeing 100/P-12/F4B in flight

Boeing 100/P-12/F4B

In 1928, Boeing developed the first in a family of fighters that would be one of their most successful designs between wars.

Museum's Boeing 247D in 1940 United Air Lines livery.

Boeing 247D

The Boeing 247 is considered to be the first modern airliner. Its sleek, low-wing, all-metal, retractable-gear, twin-engine...

The Museum's Boeing 727-022 arriving at the Museum

Boeing 727-100

One of the world's classic airliners, the Boeing 727 was built to carry on the successful legacy of its forerunner, the 707....