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TDN-1 drone in flight, 1943; seen in Jan 1981 issue of US Navy publication Naval Aviation NewsTDN-1 drone in manned flight, 1943
TDN-1 drone in flight, 1943; seen in Jan 1981 issue of US Navy publication Naval Aviation NewsTDN-1 drone in manned flight, 1943
TDN-1 attack drone on its first (piloted) test flight from Traverse City, Michigan, United States, 19 May 1943. The pilot was Navy Lieutenant C.C. Corley. Photo 1 of 2.TDN-1 attack drone on its first (piloted) test flight from Traverse City, Michigan, United States, 19 May 1943. The pilot was Navy Lieutenant C.C. Corley. Photo 2 of 2.
TDN-1 attack drone on its first (piloted) test flight from Traverse City, Michigan, United States, 19 May 1943. The pilot was Navy Lieutenant C.C. Corley. Photo 1 of 2.TDN-1 attack drone on its first (piloted) test flight from Traverse City, Michigan, United States, 19 May 1943. The pilot was Navy Lieutenant C.C. Corley. Photo 2 of 2.
TDN-1 attack drone ready for its first (piloted) flight at Traverse City, Michigan, United States, 19 May 1943. The pilot was Lieutenant C.C. Corley.US Navy TDN-1 drone test from the decks of the training carrier USS Sable while steaming in reverse in Grand Traverse Bay, Michigan, United States, 10 Aug 1943. This particular test was unsuccessful. Photo 1 of 4.
TDN-1 attack drone ready for its first (piloted) flight at Traverse City, Michigan, United States, 19 May 1943. The pilot was Lieutenant C.C. Corley.US Navy TDN-1 drone test from the decks of the training carrier USS Sable while steaming in reverse in Grand Traverse Bay, Michigan, United States, 10 Aug 1943. This particular test was unsuccessful. Photo 1 of 4.
US Navy TDN-1 drone test from the decks of the training carrier USS Sable while steaming in reverse in Grand Traverse Bay, Michigan, United States, 10 Aug 1943. This particular test was unsuccessful. Photo 2 of 4.US Navy TDN-1 drone test from the decks of the training carrier USS Sable while steaming in reverse in Grand Traverse Bay, Michigan, United States, 10 Aug 1943. This particular test was unsuccessful. Photo 3 of 4.
US Navy TDN-1 drone test from the decks of the training carrier USS Sable while steaming in reverse in Grand Traverse Bay, Michigan, United States, 10 Aug 1943. This particular test was unsuccessful. Photo 2 of 4.US Navy TDN-1 drone test from the decks of the training carrier USS Sable while steaming in reverse in Grand Traverse Bay, Michigan, United States, 10 Aug 1943. This particular test was unsuccessful. Photo 3 of 4.
US Navy TDN-1 drone test from the decks of the training carrier USS Sable while steaming in reverse in Grand Traverse Bay, Michigan, United States, 10 Aug 1943. This particular test was unsuccessful. Photo 4 of 4.USS Sable at anchor in West Grand Traverse Bay, off Traverse City, Michigan, United States, 10 Aug 1943; note two TDN-1 assault drone on the flight deck
US Navy TDN-1 drone test from the decks of the training carrier USS Sable while steaming in reverse in Grand Traverse Bay, Michigan, United States, 10 Aug 1943. This particular test was unsuccessful. Photo 4 of 4.USS Sable at anchor in West Grand Traverse Bay, off Traverse City, Michigan, United States, 10 Aug 1943; note two TDN-1 assault drone on the flight deck
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