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USS Shenandoah (ZR-1)
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. USS Shenandoah was the first of four United States Navy rigid airships. It was built from 1922 to 1923 at Lakehurst Naval Air Station, and first flew in September, 1923. It developed the Navy''s experience with rigid airships, even making the first crossing of the North American continent by airship. On the 57th flight, Shenandoah was torn apart in a squall line over Ohio in 1925. The Shenandoah was originally designated FA-1, for ''Fleet Airship Number One'' but this was changed to ZR-1. The airship was 680 feet (210 m) long and weighed 36 tons. It had a range of 5,000 miles (8,000 km), and could reach speeds of 70 miles per hour (110 km/h). The Shenandoah was assembled at Lakehurst Naval Air Station between 1922 and 1923, in the only hangar large enough for the ship to fit, Hangar Number One, built in 1921. (Her parts were fabricated beforehand at the Naval Aircraft Factory in Philadelphia.) Lakehurst Naval Air Station had already served as a base for Navy blimps for some time, but the Shenandoah was the first rigid airship to join the Navy''s fleet.

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Autonomous Navigation
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Autonomous Navigation Helium Airship: This book gives a comprehensive account of the design and development of a GPS based auto-navigation system for a propeller-driven medium sized airship, also known as blimp. A PID control algorithm working with orientation and positioning sensors along with actuators for thrust, heading and pitch control, constitute the complete system for tri-axial autonomous motion. The system also has a manual mode for full handheld control. The airship has a live data and video link with a base station that is running a Windows based mapping application. The same application can be used to plan and upload the complete mission that the user wants to carry out in the autopilot mode. The airship can be used for various applications such as aerial photography, video, surveillance, payload delivery and advertisement.

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Autonomous Navigation
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Autonomous Navigation Helium Airship: This book gives a comprehensive account of the design and development of a GPS based auto-navigation system for a propeller-driven medium sized airship, also known as blimp. A PID control algorithm working with orientation and positioning sensors along with actuators for thrust, heading and pitch control, constitute the complete system for tri-axial autonomous motion. The system also has a manual mode for full handheld control. The airship has a live data and video link with a base station that is running a Windows based mapping application. The same application can be used to plan and upload the complete mission that the user wants to carry out in the autopilot mode. The airship can be used for various applications such as aerial photography, video, surveillance, payload delivery and advertisement.

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Naval Air Station Grosse Ile
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Naval Air Station Grosse Ile was commissioned 7 September 1929 as Naval Reserve Air Base Grosse Ile at Grosse Ile, Michigan. Though that was the official beginning the air station traces its roots back to July 1925 when four US Naval reservists started an aviation unit in Detroit. The airship ZMC-2 is included in this section. It was the Navy''s only all metal airship. During the depression like other bases of this era, money was hard to come by but NRAB Grosse Ile, MI grew slowly. Many of the reservist drilling without pay. By the end of 1930 the first Marine unit had been commissioned and called Grosse Ile home. World War II would come only 30 years after the Navy had acquired its first aircraft and 14 years after naval aviation had come to Grosse Ile, it would face a war that would change the world and base forever. During the war over 5,000 pilots received training at Grosse Ile most were British RAF and FAA cadets. With this rapid expansion the base gained the new designation of Naval Air Station.

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Naval Air Station Grosse Ile
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Naval Air Station Grosse Ile was commissioned 7 September 1929 as Naval Reserve Air Base Grosse Ile at Grosse Ile, Michigan. Though that was the official beginning the air station traces its roots back to July 1925 when four US Naval reservists started an aviation unit in Detroit. The airship ZMC-2 is included in this section. It was the Navy''s only all metal airship. During the depression like other bases of this era, money was hard to come by but NRAB Grosse Ile, MI grew slowly. Many of the reservist drilling without pay. By the end of 1930 the first Marine unit had been commissioned and called Grosse Ile home. World War II would come only 30 years after the Navy had acquired its first aircraft and 14 years after naval aviation had come to Grosse Ile, it would face a war that would change the world and base forever. During the war over 5,000 pilots received training at Grosse Ile most were British RAF and FAA cadets. With this rapid expansion the base gained the new designation of Naval Air Station.

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Aerospace engineering
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Aerospace engineering - Aircraft, Spacecraft, Aeronautics, Astronautics, Aviation history, Laser propulsion, Aeroacoustics, Aerobraking, Aerocapture, Aerodynamics, Aeroelasticity, Aerospike engine, Aerostat, Air-augmented rocket, Aircraft flight control systems, Aircraft flight mechanics, Airlock, Airship, Alcubierre drive, Angle of attack, Angular momentum, Angular velocity, Antimatter rocket, Apsis, Arcjet rocket, Areal velocity, Orbital mechanics, Atmospheric reentry, Attitude dynamics and control, Avionics, Action (physics), Acceleration, Beam-powered propulsion, Bernoulli's principle, Liquid-fuel rocket, Bleed air, Buoyancy, Bussard ramjet, Control engineering, De Laval nozzle, Compressibility, Elliptic operator, Expander cycle (rocket), Flight dynamics, Fluid dynamics, Fluid mechanics, Geostationary orbit, Gravitational constant, Hohmann transfer orbit, HyShot, Interplanetary spaceflight, Interstellar travel, Jet engine, Kepler's laws of planetary motion, Kessler Syndrome, Multistage rocket, Navier Stokes equations, Newton's laws of motion, Orbital airship, Orbital station-keeping, Parallel axis theorem, Relativistic rocket, Rocket engine nozzle, Rocket propellant, Solid-fuel rocket, Sound barrier, Space Shuttle main engine, Space technology, Special relativity, Staged combustion cycle (rocket), Supersonic, Sweep theory, Yaw, pitch, and roll, Tether propulsion, Thermodynamics, Tripropellant rocket, Viscometer, Vortex generator, Weight function

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Aerospace engineering
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Aerospace engineering - Aircraft, Spacecraft, Aeronautics, Astronautics, Aviation history, Laser propulsion, Aeroacoustics, Aerobraking, Aerocapture, Aerodynamics, Aeroelasticity, Aerospike engine, Aerostat, Air-augmented rocket, Aircraft flight control systems, Aircraft flight mechanics, Airlock, Airship, Alcubierre drive, Angle of attack, Angular momentum, Angular velocity, Antimatter rocket, Apsis, Arcjet rocket, Areal velocity, Orbital mechanics, Atmospheric reentry, Attitude dynamics and control, Avionics, Action (physics), Acceleration, Beam-powered propulsion, Bernoulli's principle, Liquid-fuel rocket, Bleed air, Buoyancy, Bussard ramjet, Control engineering, De Laval nozzle, Compressibility, Elliptic operator, Expander cycle (rocket), Flight dynamics, Fluid dynamics, Fluid mechanics, Geostationary orbit, Gravitational constant, Hohmann transfer orbit, HyShot, Interplanetary spaceflight, Interstellar travel, Jet engine, Kepler's laws of planetary motion, Kessler Syndrome, Multistage rocket, Navier Stokes equations, Newton's laws of motion, Orbital airship, Orbital station-keeping, Parallel axis theorem, Relativistic rocket, Rocket engine nozzle, Rocket propellant, Solid-fuel rocket, Sound barrier, Space Shuttle main engine, Space technology, Special relativity, Staged combustion cycle (rocket), Supersonic, Sweep theory, Yaw, pitch, and roll, Tether propulsion, Thermodynamics, Tripropellant rocket, Viscometer, Vortex generator, Weight function

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National Museum of Naval Aviation
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The National Museum of Naval Aviation is a military and aerospace museum located at Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida. The museum opened in 1962.As its name suggests, the museum is devoted to the history of naval aviation, including that of the U. S. Navy, the U. S. Marine Corps, and the U. S. Coast Guard. More than 150 aircraft and spacecraft are on display, including four former Blue Angel A-4 Skyhawks, the Curtis NC-4 , U. S. Coast Guard helicopters, biplanes, a K-47 Airship control gondola and tail fin, an aircraft that President George H. W. Bush trained in, and the S-3 Viking used to transport President George W. Bush to the USS Abraham Lincoln in 2003 (see Navy One). These historic and one-of-a-kind aircraft are displayed both inside the Museum's 300,000 square feet of exhibit space and outside on the Museum's 37 acre grounds.

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National Museum of Naval Aviation
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The National Museum of Naval Aviation is a military and aerospace museum located at Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida. The museum opened in 1962.As its name suggests, the museum is devoted to the history of naval aviation, including that of the U. S. Navy, the U. S. Marine Corps, and the U. S. Coast Guard. More than 150 aircraft and spacecraft are on display, including four former Blue Angel A-4 Skyhawks, the Curtis NC-4 , U. S. Coast Guard helicopters, biplanes, a K-47 Airship control gondola and tail fin, an aircraft that President George H. W. Bush trained in, and the S-3 Viking used to transport President George W. Bush to the USS Abraham Lincoln in 2003 (see Navy One). These historic and one-of-a-kind aircraft are displayed both inside the Museum's 300,000 square feet of exhibit space and outside on the Museum's 37 acre grounds.

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