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Gaze Upon The Ghostly Remains Of The Last Airborne Aircraft Carrier

Flying aircraft carriers sound like fantasy, something you’d only see in a crappy Marvel movie. But they’re real. Or rather, were real. In the 1930s, the United States made two plane-carrying airships. This video has the remains of one, the USS Macon, lying at the depths of the Pacific Ocean. » 8/22/15 9:34am 8/22/15 9:34am

Goodyear Christens New 'Wingfoot One' Zeppelin, Says Bye To Blimps

Prior to this weekend, I had never been to the christening of anything but a baby. So when Goodyear invited me to the christening of their new Zeppelin, Wingfoot One at their historic airship base at Wingfoot Lake, Ohio along with the chance to ride on it, (*weather permitting) I was all over it! » 8/25/14 12:13pm 8/25/14 12:13pm

Fantastical illustrations of airships from the early 20th century

Charles Dellschau was a butcher, but after his retirement in 1899, he became an artist, laboring over intricate collages and illustrations of flying machines. He filled notebooks with gorgeous, multicolored airship designs and mysterious, coded records of the "Sonora Aero Club." » 6/30/13 1:35pm 6/30/13 1:35pm