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Dark Roasted Blend: Airship Dreams

Airship USS Los Angeles in a near-vertical position, after her tail rose out-of-control while she was moored at the high mast at Naval Air Station Lakehurst, New Jersey.

Construction of the U.S.S. Macon Airship  “USS Macon (ZRS-5) was an airship built and operated by the United States Navy for scouting. She served as a ”flying aircraft carrier”, launching Curtiss F9C Sparrowhawk biplane fighters. In service for less than two years, in 1935 Macon was damaged in a storm and lost off California’s Big Sur coast.”

archatlas: Construction of the U. Macon Airship “USS Macon was an airship built and operated by the United States Navy for scouting. She served as a ”flying aircraft carrier”, launching.

USS Shenandoah on Mast

USS Shenandoah Montage of five photographs, showing the airship leaving her mooring mast at Naval Air Station Lakehurst, New Jersey, circa November 1923 - January Photographed by Clements. Courtesy of Mrs.

Umberto Nobile's dirigible 'Norge' & Richard Byrd's Fokker F.VII Trimotor 'Josephine Ford' over the Arctic, 1926 - Don Connolly

Umberto Nobile's dirigible 'Norge' & Richard Byrd's Fokker F.VII Trimotor 'Josephine Ford' over the Arctic, 1926 - Don Connolly

Dirigible de pasajeros

— named Graf Zeppelin — was the last large rigid airship ever built. Built from essentially the same blueprints as her sister ship,

LZ-129 Hindenburg ~ Airships, Dirigibles, Zeppelins, & Blimps ~ BFD

LZ-129 Hindenburg ~ Airships, Dirigibles, Zeppelins, & Blimps ~ BFD

The Hindenburg entering the shed at Rio via Todd Neitring

The Hindenburg entering the shed at Rio via Todd Neitring

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