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The Technology of Kitty Hawk

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Retrace the steps of the Wright Brothers' historic quest to free man from the bounds of gravity.
Online
2003; 2000
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Wilbur & Orville Wright: Dreams of Flying

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The story of the brothers who invented the first flying machine but were not recognized in their time for their accomplishments.
Online
2002; 1994
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The Big Picture [electronic resource]: Fifty Years of Aviation

Beginning with historical footage from 1907 when the United States Army purchased its first military plane, this exciting documentary examines the miracle of flight while examining all that man has done in such a short half century. Featuring rarely seen footage, this episode of the Big Picture produced by the U.S. Army, salutes the brave men and women whose courage, tenacity, and skill have directly resulted in Army, Navy, and Air Force aviation powers second to none. Footage from the National Archives and Records Administration details the Army's Delackner Aerocycle and the Hiller Flying Platform as well as pictures of the proposed Aerial Assault Vehicle and the Aerial Jeep.
Online
2008
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A Daring Flight

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On the morning of July 25, 1909, Louis Bleriot set out on his epic flight across the English Channel, marking the first long-distance flight over water and the first air crossing of a national boundary. A Daring Flight captures the thrilling formative years of flight, when the French were mad about airplanes and tried everything to fly.
DVD
2005
Clemons (Stacks)