With two Merlin engines this precision fighter bomber was the next step from the Spitfire. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Naval Air Station, Lakehurst, New Jersey. “K” Type Blimps in one of the air station’s airship hangars, circa 1942-43. Blimp at right is the K-7. Photographed by Miller. National Archives photograph, 80-G-K-15413 (Color).
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A DT-2 launches from the carrier Langley (CV 1) moored at Naval Air Station (NAS) San Diego, California, in a test to determine the feasibility of using flush-deck catapults to launch wheeled aircraft from ships. This image was taken on April 2, 1925
North American P-51 Mustang colour profiles.
The German-built zeppelin Hindenburg is shown from behind, with the Swastika symbol on its tail wing, as the dirigible is partially enclosed by its hangar at the U.S. Navy Air Station in Lakehurst, New Jersey, May 9, 1936. (AP Photo)
La construction, la vie et la mort de deux dirigeables porte-avions
USS Akron or USS Macon, under construction
Vought O2U Corsair - The Vought O2U Corsair was a 1920s biplane scout and observation aircraft. Made by Vought Corporation, the O2U was ordered by the US Navy in 1927. Powered by a 400 hp (298 kW) Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp engine, it incorporated a steel-tube fuselage structure and a wood wing structure with fabric covering. Many were seaplanes or amphibians.
USS St. Louis after torpedoed in Battle of Kolombangara, July 1943