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Peer Into The Past: The Hughes H-4 Hercules “Spruce Goose” made its...

Peer Into The Past: The Hughes Hercules “Spruce Goose” made its.

The last known photo of Howard Hughes (1954).

from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas I'm nearly halfway through Howard Hughes: His Life and Madness , supposedly the most thorough and a.

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The captured Japanese seaplane Aichi in service with French aviation in Indochina, 1946 Five seaplanes in the postwar period were used by Fre. The captured Japanese seaplane Aichi in servi

The Hughes H-4 Hercules (also known as the "Spruce Goose"; registration NX37602) is a prototype heavy transport aircraft designed and built by the Hughes Aircraft company. The aircraft made its only flight on November 2, 1947, and the project never advanced beyond the single example produced.

Howard Hughes pilots his huge wooden flying boat, the Hughes Hercules, better known as the "Spruce Goose," for the first and last time over Long Beach Harbor in California. The flight lasts for only a minute.

Howard Hughes,  "Hercules", also called the Spruce Goose by the media do to the fact they said it would never fly which upset Howard he stated that if it did not fly he would leave the country and never return thomasallmon 1948

Howard Hughes, "Hercules", also called the Spruce Goose by the media do to the fact they said it would never fly which upset Howard he stated that if it did not fly he would leave the country and never return thomasallmon 1948

Messerschmitt Me264 two Engines - only 3 prototypes were built with the intention of flying as far as New York but they had to drop the project to concentrate on fighters. The first flight was in 1942 , the project was cancelled in 1944.

Messerschmitt Me 264 – “Amerika” Bomber, 1942 The Messerschmitt Me 264 was…

Howard Hughes' H-4 Hercules, "The Spruce Goose", in Long Beach harbor, 1947.

Howard Hughes' Hercules troop transport plane, the "Spruce Goose," Long Beach Harbor, Calif., November By Allan Grant and J.

This is the "Spruce Goose."  It made it's one and only flight on November 2, 1947.

PLAYA VISTA: Shuttling Howard Hughes’ enormous Spruce Goose aircraft on its way to Wilmington in 1947 for its one and only flight.

Howard Hughes test flying a scale test model of the Hughes H-4 Hercules (better known as the Spruce Goose, a name that Hughes hated).

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Howard Hughes test flying a scale test model of the Hughes Hercules (better known as the Spruce Goose, a name that Hughes hated).

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