The three lines at the top of each page
provides information about the photo
Line 1: JOHN DOE COLLECTION
Line 2: No. 4004. Bede BD-10 (N2BD)
Line 3: Photographed at Reno, Nevada, USA, September
8, 1994, by John Doe
Line 1: The first line of the page header
identifies who contributed the photo
JOHN DOE COLLECTION
Line 2: The second line of the page header
identifies details about the pictured aircraft
US Army Air Corps
"Tugboat Annie" "Fishbed-L"
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The original manufacturer; for amateur-built- the builder; for kits-
the kit designer; for license-built- the original manufacturer.
The model number; for North American Aviation aircraft- the charge number.
The designation at the time the photo was taken. Photos of the same
aircraft might have a different designation at an earlier or later
time in its lifetime.
Flying Fortress, Aist
Name assigned by the manufacturer. If not in English, the known
translation is shown below the photo as a remark. Nicknames given to the type (ie.
"Peashooter" for the Boeing P-26) are also shown in the remarks.
N2BD, 41-2599, "110"
The registration at the time the photo was taken. For decommissioned
military aircraft in civilian service, the civilian registration is
shown and the military serial number is shown below the photo as a
remark.Markings on military aircraft which are not considered a real
serial are shown in atalics and quotes.
We use "c/n" to cover manufacturer's serial number,
including the German "Werksnummer."
Service or operator
US Army Air Corps
User, such as military forces, airlines or other entities.
Individuals are not listed here but are shown below the photo as a
remark if known. Military assignments to groups, wings, squadrons,
etc. are shown below the photo as a remark.
"Tugboat Annie", "Fishbed-L"
The name of the specific pictured aircraft assigned by the service or
operator. Code names used during and after WW II up to the 1990s are
shown in italics.
Line 3: Provides information about the date,
location and origination of the photograph
Photographed at Katalla, Alaska, USA, June 1934, by Lloyd R.
Jarman, from Jim Ruotsala collection
This line may show any of the following information: where the photo
was taken, the day, month and year it was taken, and the name of the
photographer. In cases where the photo was obtained from another
person who is not the photographer, this will be indicated with the
words "from ..... collection". Photos from organizations
are similarly identified. In cases of commercial sources of photos
such as Aeroplane Photo Supply photos, the catalog number is also shown.
Remarks section below the image
Links to additional photos provided by the contributor may be listed
immediately below the image. Additional information may be shown,
usually in the form of remarks submitted by contributors, website
visitors, or by the site managers. The date and author of the remarks
are shown unless they were created or modified by the site owners.
Unless the author declines, a link to the author's e-mail address is
provided. Links to other pages or additional photos submitted by
other contributors may appear within the remarks section.
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