A-4 (A4D) Skyhawk (Blue Angel #4 In Atrium)

Creator:
Douglas Aircraft Company

A study in simplicity, the A-4 Skyhawk resulted from Douglas Aircraft Company designer Ed Heinemann's concern about the increasing weight and cost of combat aircraft appearing during the 1950s. The A-4 ran counter to this trend, incorporating a small delta wing that eliminated the need for a heavy wing-folding mechanism for improved storage aboard aircraft carriers. Additionally, engineers reduced the number of cockpit components and redesigned the pilot ejection system in order to reduce weight. Read more »

Description (physical):

Length: 40 ft., 1 in.; Height: 15 ft., 2 in.; Wingspan: 27 ft., 6 in.

Location:
1750 Radford Blvd., Pensacola, Florida 32508
Identifier:
1988.239.001
Institution:
National Naval Aviation Museum

A-4 (A4D) Skyhawk (Blue Angel #3 In Atrium)

Creator:
Douglas Aircraft Company

A study in simplicity, the A-4 Skyhawk resulted from Douglas Aircraft Company designer Ed Heinemann's concern about the increasing weight and cost of combat aircraft appearing during the 1950s. The A-4 ran counter to this trend, incorporating a small delta wing that eliminated the need for a heavy wing-folding mechanism for improved storage aboard aircraft carriers. Additionally, engineers reduced the number of cockpit components and redesigned the pilot ejection system in order to reduce weight. Read more »

Description (physical):

Length: 40 ft., 1 in.; Height: 15 ft., 2 in.; Wingspan: 27 ft., 6 in.

Location:
1750 Radford Blvd.,Florida,Pensacola,32508
Identifier:
1987.244.001
Institution:
National Naval Aviation Museum

A-4 (A4D) Skyhawk (Blue Angel #2 In Atrium)

Creator:
Douglas Aircraft Company

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Description (physical):

Length: 40 ft., 1 in.; Height: 15 ft., 2 in.; Wingspan: 27 ft., 6 in.

Location:
1750 Radford Blvd., Pensacola, Florida 32508
Identifier:
1986.130.001
Institution:
National Naval Aviation Museum

A-4 (A4D) Skyhawk (Blue Angel #1 In Atrium )

Creator:
Douglas Aircraft Company

" A study in simplicity, the A-4 Skyhawk resulted from Douglas Aircraft Company designer Ed Heinemann's concern about the increasing weight and cost of combat aircraft appearing during the 1950s. The A-4 ran counter to this trend, incorporating a small delta wing that eliminated the need for a heavy wing-folding mechanism for improved storage aboard aircraft carriers. Additionally, engineers reduced the number of cockpit components and redesigned the pilot ejection system in order to reduce weight. Read more »

Description (physical):

Length: 40 ft., 1 in.; Height: 15 ft., 2 in.; Wingspan: 27 ft., 6 in.

Location:
1750 Radford Blvd., Pensacola, Florida 32508
Identifier:
1990.031.001
Institution:
National Naval Aviation Museum

Back To Earth, Uss Guam

Date:
1966
Creator:
Young, Cliff
Description (physical):

Painting, Acrylic On Board

Location:
Washington Navy Yard Navy Art Collection, Building 67,Washington,Navy Yard
Identifier:
88-163-AG
Institution:
U.S. Navy Art Collection

Press Broadcast Center, Uss Lake Champlain

Date:
1965
Creator:
Ortlip, Paul D
Description (physical):

Watercolor

Location:
Washington Navy Yard Navy Art Collection, Building 67,Washington,Navy Yard
Identifier:
88-162-MW
Institution:
U.S. Navy Art Collection

Spacecraft With Floating Collar

Date:
1965
Creator:
Ortlip, Paul D
Description (physical):

Drawing, Pencil, Wash

Location:
Washington Navy Yard Navy Art Collection, Building 67,Washington,Navy Yard
Identifier:
88-162-MZ
Institution:
U.S. Navy Art Collection

Underway Replenishment Uss Independence

Date:
1965
Creator:
Klebe, Gene
Description (physical):

Watercolor

Location:
Washington Navy Yard Navy Art Collection, Building 67,Washington,Navy Yard
Identifier:
88-162-L
Institution:
U.S. Navy Art Collection

Sense Of Humor, Vietnam

Date:
1965
Creator:
Klebe, Gene
Description (physical):

Watercolor

Location:
Washington Navy Yard Navy Art Collection, Building 67,Washington,Navy Yard
Identifier:
88-162-J
Institution:
U.S. Navy Art Collection

Reflected Night Battle-fire Fight At Marble Mountain

Date:
1965
Creator:
Klebe, Gene
Description (physical):

Watercolor

Location:
Washington Navy Yard Navy Art Collection, Building 67,Washington,Navy Yard
Identifier:
88-162-I
Institution:
U.S. Navy Art Collection