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Ron Eisele @ron_eisele Eastbourne, Sussex, England

Author. Early aviation historian, enthusiast and aviator.

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Boeing 314 Clipper , San Francisco Bay https://t.co/uYsM2fj7UDCatalina https://t.co/owB8UI7YBIB-17 crashed in New Guinea 1943 https://t.co/wkIK1Iv0IAB-17 over England https://t.co/v2nja24XxqP-51's, Inglewood plant, California 1942 https://t.co/L6gaGUD5nWLSO (Landing Signals Officer) USS Wasp, early in the war https://t.co/J3nvzmYk8AB-25 https://t.co/gyIT48yh2ERyan PT-22 Recruit https://t.co/k5tZmrp36JRyan PT-22 Recruit https://t.co/AaDame68WHB-17 testing Douglas glide bombs https://t.co/LkoOe9Whm6B-17 buzzes the tower at Bassingbourn, England https://t.co/wbWErLcEOFB-25 Champagne Gal https://t.co/xvv4kDGMemB-25 https://t.co/GvCWfvE8bDThe 5,000th P-38 built, temporarily painted orange to celebrate, 1944 https://t.co/ORf1VJPJ0I
1/25
2020
25 January 2004 Mars Exploration Rover "Opportunity" landed on Mars. 3 month planned mission. https://t.co/vBX0Uq5S5YEcho 2 undergoing tensile stress test in a dirigible hangar at Weeksville, North Carolina. https://t.co/wUQzGERKzG25 January 1964. 13.59.04 UTC. A Thor-Agena B rocket launched Echo 2 from Vandenberg AFB. A 135 ft. diameter inflat… https://t.co/gxUsfz8Uso25 January 1931. First flight of the first Breguet Bre.330R2 prototype F-AKEZ. High-altitude sesquiplane variant of… https://t.co/JhYPyhG1yi25 January 1927. First flight of the Morane-Saulnier MoS-121 (Morane-Saulnier MS 121), French single-seat parasol m… https://t.co/UKaknr1yGI25 January 1926. First flight of the Stinson Detroiter. American 6-seat cabin aeroplane for passengers or freight.… https://t.co/Ny2ey5tNelDied aged 68 on 25 January 1968 in Sussex, 11 victory Sopwith Camel ace with 210 Squadron RAF, Lieutenant Ivan Coup… https://t.co/JuqEwUpyi4Died aged 71 on 25 January 1967 in Lae, Papua New Guinea, 13 victory SE5a ace with 41 Squadron, Captain Eric John S… https://t.co/fXQJ9btSPRCaptain Sumner Sewall. 17 June 1897 – 25 January 1965. https://t.co/nw0G9ZhRjGCaptain Sumner Sewall DSC and Oak Leaf Cluster, Croix de Guerre. https://t.co/bQgOQocbCzDied aged 67 on 25 January 1965 in Bath, Maine, 7 victory SPAD XIII ace with 95th Aero, United States Air Service a… https://t.co/ZB1OjijRCRThe personal markings of Leutnant Otto Könnecke’s Albatros D.V. https://t.co/AqsaVGQOWHDied 25 January 1956 in Bad Aibling, 35 victory German ace Leutnant Otto Könnecke. https://t.co/5Cu5nZy5FYLieutenants W.H. Fysh (left) and P.J. McGinness (right) in 1919. https://t.co/xSr0JBaiPoThe McCauchey Bristol Fighter ‘Battleplane’, Palestine. Paul McGinness (pilot) on left, Hudson Fysh (gunner) on rig… https://t.co/Gr6ZOMpVjPLieutenant Paul Joseph "Ginty" McGinness DFC. 4 February 1896 – 25 January 1952. https://t.co/1CVVldcxegDied aged 56 on 26 February 1952 in Perth, Western Australia, 7 victory Brisfit pilot ace with 1 Squadron SFC, Lieu… https://t.co/npzkgKf8ERBorn 25 January 1899 in Langley, Birmingham, 8 victory Sopwith Camel ace with 45 Squadron Lieutenant Ernest Harold… https://t.co/bos4av25p9Sous Lieutenant Theophile Henri Condemine and a SPAD XIII of Spa69. https://t.co/uSmyzkUjB3Born 25 January 1895 in Champagnac-Fontaine, 9 victory French Air Service ace with Spa154, Sous Lieutenant Theophil… https://t.co/5WODm2eq1oBorn 25 January 1894 in Arosa, Graubünden, Switzerland, 10 victory Sopwith Camel ace with 70 Squadron, Canadian Lie… https://t.co/t6NQtEkO9vThank you to all of today's followers old and new, re-tweeters, 'likes,' contributors and readers. Very much apprec… https://t.co/wGV99shZleC-47 https://t.co/tbvoC0lrrOFairchild PT-19A https://t.co/HNlROI3XUTDC-3 and a Chrysler Town and Country, 1941 https://t.co/tFmtCDDo9HBoeing-Stearman Model 75 crop sprayer post-war https://t.co/IZZIoIgtG8Hellcat captioned "bullet holes" https://t.co/ctohzJJI9EHellcat handwash https://t.co/tvfAHx3dOG"Has much to say about honour; and about manhood". https://t.co/rCngNOERegVultee BT-13 https://t.co/w0d6dlCNpjUS Carrier personnel. What it took... https://t.co/6cAcimpM6eB-29 https://t.co/XYunaCZvJ6Douglas XB-19 https://t.co/DoOkiBjZM0P-51 barrel rolling https://t.co/OQX4Fmf3GwRAAF F-111C. https://t.co/JaDJibx9zwhttps://t.co/f1oevk0jc4https://t.co/EAshaqxtRRB-25 https://t.co/Z3DuW2vhNPB-25 https://t.co/7XE11wNJ1GB-25 https://t.co/WgeSdsp6aGB-17 'Yankee Lady' https://t.co/L7qYRfzwpvVultee BT-13 Valiant trainer https://t.co/rORKuAWJB4P-47 trio https://t.co/SFAGXJQyq9P-38 "Glacier Girl" and P-51 https://t.co/2hT8y6EuiUGrumman Duck https://t.co/SO4f2VwLLlP-51 'Miss Velma' https://t.co/1bucPXGznECurtiss SNC, Corpus Christi, Texas 1942 https://t.co/4siJOxPfigFairchild PT-19 https://t.co/w97DZTQuALC-47 https://t.co/EpBC0UVkPKNorth American P-51C Mustang https://t.co/o1DIMuP08YPBY from 'The Greatest Generation Naval Museum', San Diego https://t.co/eWOd3D4YqSPBY from 'The Greatest Generation Naval Museum', San Diego https://t.co/3tc1CJB9azPBY from 'The Greatest Generation Naval Museum', San Diego https://t.co/nibt0aQQzYPBY from 'The Greatest Generation Naval Museum', San Diego https://t.co/FZJK6fHlhXDouglas C-47 Skytrain https://t.co/iFjfx80VnMP-51 Mustang https://t.co/yLJQw5GhU4B-17 https://t.co/OgE1kvrKHsP-47's and P-51's at Las Vegas, 1950 https://t.co/mDqcj523y7https://t.co/30kNkIGc1HRestored Curtiss SB2C Helldiver https://t.co/dRuq6vxCOcUS Army blimp 1940 https://t.co/0DcSsP2zIZB-24 https://t.co/UTUqjoQpnhBoeing P-26 Peashooter at Duxford https://t.co/9ik2sbUuDIBoeing P-26 Peashooter at Duxford https://t.co/Nv5MB8BzIKCorsair, USS Valley Forge, Korea https://t.co/TcJ9vGbg62https://t.co/R40yvUyhi0P-47 https://t.co/YfzwBuo6k6P-47 https://t.co/CfWjTX1Y88B-17's, Boeing Seattle plant https://t.co/j8dD70tiyuBoeing XB-15 https://t.co/kfDxKZaVQlP-40 Flying Tigers in China https://t.co/AhZ6NIJ8KHP-51 assembly at Inglewood, California https://t.co/j24lphpJTYB-17 'Yankee Lady' https://t.co/Y1p3D1QHFdP-51D "Caroline" https://t.co/bPNBycJfspP-51 'Ferocious Frankie' https://t.co/tK4Lyu2NdxGrumman Wildcat https://t.co/iIuKcBdT3KNorth American SNJ-6 https://t.co/DzRzLxy128P-51 'Glamorous Gal' https://t.co/GgvLHpNLNG
1/24
2020
@WilhelmCanaris3 I think, though I stand to be corrected, that the A4 Aggregate was the first winged vehicle to exceed Mach 1. @DarioAPerezP Thanks Dario @zatopek2317 Yes, I glanced over the article. I think it was either the Mail or Express.24 January 1985. 19.50.00. UTC. Launch of STS-51-C, Space Shuttle Discovery mission, first shuttle mission to deplo… https://t.co/EGcxpF3HCLDied 24 January 1971. Ferdinand von Hiddessen, German WWI pilot and politician, first German to bomb Paris in WWI. https://t.co/2m7WlNLy7F24 January 1966. First flight of the Learjet 24. American six to eight seat (two crew and four to six passengers) t… https://t.co/egYAIBpmZA24 January 1961. A B-52G Stratofortress carrying two 3-4 megaton Mark 39 nuclear bombs broke up in mid-air near Gol… https://t.co/4ZHnpXhvud24 January 1961. First flight of the Convair Model 30-5, the 990 Coronado. American narrow body jet airliner, a str… https://t.co/wgM83GzWSX
1/23
2020

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