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WW2 - Auxiliary Military Pioneer Corps erect Nissen Huts Featured Print

WW2 - Auxiliary Military Pioneer Corps erect Nissen Huts

WW2 - Auxiliary Military Pioneer Corps in France - erecting Nissen Huts in preparation for the arrival of the main body of the army - the caption notes that many men in the pioneer Corps fought in WW1, with sons fighting in the current conflict. Date: circa 1944

1944, 2nd, Auxiliary, Build, Building, Builds, Construct, Construction, Constructs, Corps, Erect, Erecting, Erects, France, Hut, Huts, Ii, Logistics, Military, Nissen, Oct18, Pioneer, War, World, Ww2, Wwii

USN - Lockheed R7V-2 Super Constellation BuNo Featured Print

USN - Lockheed R7V-2 Super Constellation BuNo

United states Navy - Lockheed R7V-2 Super Constellation BuNo 131630 or 131631. Turbo-Prop conversion of the R7V-1 for the US Navy. In November 1951, an idea came about to build a turbine-powered version of the R7O-1. This new aircraft was designated L-1249A by Lockheed. In 1954, two R7O-1s (then designated R7V-1) were pulled off the assembly line for conversion into prototypes for the new L-1249A. The landing gear was strengthened along with the fuselage and wings of the aircraft. Extra fuel tanks were also later added on the wing-tips of the two aircraft, increasing the fuel capacity to 7,360 US Gallons. The wings were also shortened from 123 ft 9 in to 117 ft 7 in. Finally, four Pratt & Whitney YT34-P-12A turboprop engines, rated at 5,500 bhp each, were installed in place of the usual Wright R-3350 Duplex-Cyclone radial engines. The new aircraft was designated R7V-2, and first flew on 1 September 1954. The R7V-2 reached 412 mph making it the fastest transport aircraft in the world at the time. The two R7V-2 aircraft were delivered to the Navy on 10 September the same year. Date: circa 1951

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

Anti-nuclear demonstration in Trafalgar Square, London. One placard reads: Scrap Polaris Featured Print

Anti-nuclear demonstration in Trafalgar Square, London. One placard reads: Scrap Polaris

Anti-nuclear demonstration in Trafalgar Square, London. One placard reads: Scrap Polaris, Build For Peace. The banner in the lower left belongs to the Hyde Park Diggers, a land ownership campaigning group, with the slogan: Make Love Not War. Date: late 1960s

© Mary Evans Picture Library/DAVID LEWIS HODGSON

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