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Boeing 100/P-12/F4B in flight. In 1928, Boeing developed the first in a family of fighters that would be one of their most successful designs between wars. The Model 83 was a biplane fighter that flew at nearly 170 mph (272 km/h) -- considered hod-rod performance for its day. Refined and improved versions became the Army P-12, the Navy F4B, and the Model 100 series. Nearly 600 examples of Boeing's "Fighter Family" were built.

Eighty-five years ago today, the Boeing fighter took its first flight. Part of the Model 100 and Navy family, the Army fighter was one of.

Boeing Stearman (N4891N) at Jennings (3R7) LA

Boeing Stearman at Jennings LA

1940 Stearman Biplane - Winter Haven FL

Lakeland Florida flight school has a 1940 Stearman biplane lovingly restored to its original historic splendor by Jonathan and Liz Amundsen. This page gives the history of the Stearman Kaydet.

Boeing A75N1 Stearman - military trainer aircraft in the 1930s to 1940s.

Boeing Stearman - military trainer aircraft in the to

Boeing PT-17 Kaydet (A75N1)

Taken at the Meningie Air Show 1994 - Photo taken at Meningie (YMEG) in South Australia, Australia on December

Albatros DVa [replica] - the brown section of the plain, is the natural wood of the plane, which would just have a few coats of laquer on it.

Albatros DVa replica built by The Vintage Aviatior Limited in New Zealand.

Over 10,000 Stearman (Boeing) Model 75 trainer aircraft were built in Wichita during the 1930s and 1940s.

Over Stearman (Boeing) Model 75 trainer aircraft were built in Wichita during the and

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