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|Very rare custom Beechcraft Starship airplane.||07/21/2005||1,899|
|The Beechcraft Starship is a futuristic-looking aircraft designed by Burt Rutan's Scaled Composites and produced by the Beech Aircraft Corporation. It is a six- to eight-seat business transport.|
|A beechcraft Starship at Tampa International.|
|John Wayne, the famous american actor with the nickname The Duke, was born in this house in Winterset Iowa as Marion Robert Morrison and later changed to Marion Michael Morrison on may 26. 1907. He lived here with his parents untill 1911 when they moved to California because of the health problems of Johns father.||05/27/2007||984|
|This airplane graveyard is in the middle of a desert in Arizona. Here you can find 15 Beeckcraft Starships and other civil airplanes.||12/31/2005||2,458|
|A plane without the right wing and engines, at Philadelphia Intl. Airport.|
Crash or dismantling?
Probably a Beechcraft King Air 90 (See overlay).
North American Airlines, Inc. is an American airline with its headquarters in Building 141 on the grounds of John F. Kennedy International Airport in Jamaica, Queens, New York City, USA. Prior to May 2008, it operated scheduled international services from the USA to Africa and Guyana. Today, it operates domestic and international char...
|A beech craft starship at beech field in Witchita Kansas||10/25/2006||658|
|Jet in flight (probably from John Wayne Airport) leaving Orange County, California and heading East.||01/11/2006||631|
|On July 15, 1779 General Anthony Wayne and his men attacked a British fortification located on the peninsula at Stony Point. The peninsula, situated on the west bank of the Hudson River about 10 miles (16 k.) south of West Point and 35 miles (56 k.) north of New York City was the western terminus of the King's ferry. Wayne, marching south from the West Point area, split his forces into three se...||10/10/2005||721|
|John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York||08/03/2005||1,126|
|Registration: N34538 |
Delivered in 1951 to the French Air Force, this old bird was based in Indochina before she came back to the USAF in 1955. It was then owned by an oil company and next by Hughes Aircraft where it was used for missile testing. Finally it was repainted, traded hands a few times, and is currently owned by a company in Santa Ana. She is still...
|Historic Fort Wayne|
Still standing at the old fort are the original 1848 limestone barracks building, the 1845 Star Fort which was renovated in 1861, the restored Commanding Officers House and Spanish American War Guardhouse, two large parade grounds, several Officers houses and support buildings built between the 1880s and 1940s, and a mound constructed by Native Americans that is nearl...