Air Transport, Airports, USA, General. [photograph]

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Collection Item Summary:

Oblique aerial photograph of a landscape with a proposed U.S. Army Air Forces flight strip (identified as 7-R-80 Flight Strip) drawn into the image. Flight strips were a type of United States Army Air Forces airfield built during World War II. A flight strip was a single paved runway between 1,800 and 8,000 feet long, located adjacent (and parallel) to an existing highway. They were intended for military use, either fully or on a joint use basis with general aviation.

Collection Item Long Description:

Topic

  • Runways (Aeronautics)
  • World War, 1939-1945
  • Aerial photography
  • Aeronautics

Data Source

National Air and Space Museum Archives

Restrictions & Rights

Images are subject to Smithsonian Institution, National Air and Space Museum, Copyright and Image Use Restrictions. Usage requires prior written permission. Should you wish to use NASM still images in any medium, please submit an Application for Permission to Reproduce NASM Photographs, available at NASM's Permissions webpage: www.nasm.si.edu/research/arch/permissions.cfm

photographer

Unknown

Date

Circa 1940

Repository Loc.

National Air and Space Museum, Archives Division, MRC 322, Washington, DC, 20560

Type

Photographs

Local number

NASM-00134406

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