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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 N2S-5 Kaydet (E75) aircraft picture

Photo taken at Zbraslavice (LKZB) in Czech Republic on April

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

Boeing Stearman - military trainer aircraft in the to

Grumman F2F Fighter Biplane

WWll era piston-engined aircraft for your viewing pleasure

Boeing N2S-4 Kaydet (A75N1) aircraft picture

Photo taken at Gallatin - Sumner County Regional (Municipal) in Tennessee, USA on June

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Is there any plane remotely as cool as a biplane, or really any old school WWI plane? No wonder Snoopy was obsessed with his Sopwith Cam

1942 Stearman - have seen these up close and personal - amazing plane!

1942 Stearman so nice to see one in the sky

"There were no SE 5s quite like this since WWI. (Until TVAL built 5 of them!" KB RAF S.E.5a by Oesau, via Flickr

"There were no SE 5s quite like this since WWI. (Until TVAL built 5 of them!" KB RAF S.E.5a by Oesau, via Flickr

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