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Photographs show prototype of a new F/A-37 "Talon" military plane.
Photographs show damage caused by a mid-air collision with a goose.
Photograph shows airline hangar flooded with soap suds.
Photograph shows an American Airlines airliner with an engine on fire.
Photograph shows large military transport plane stuck atop a freeway overpass.
Photograph shows a Mandarin Airlines flight taxiing past the charred remains of a crashed airliner.
Photograph shows an in-flight airliner with panels missing from one of its engines.
Photograph shows two airliners in dangerously close proximity.
Video clip shows Marc Ecko tagging Air Force One.
Photographs show an aircraft damaged and forced to land by "tennis ball-sized" hail.
Photograph shows small plane crashed into a tree next to a sign advertising flight lessons.
Photograph shows a new Boeing 797 blended-wing airliner.
Photographs show an F-15 fighter jet breaking up in mid-air.
Photographs show an Airbus 340 that crashed into a wall during testing after technicians overrode a safety feature.
Video clip shows an airplane making a safe landing after losing a wing.
Photographs show a damaged jet engine repaired with seatbelts during a refueling stop.
Photographs show a "hotelicopter," a helicopter which houses a flying 18-cabin hotel.
Video clip shows an F-35 executing a vertical flip on takeoff.
Photograph shows an F/A-18 Hornet flying past a Detroit apartment building.
Photographs show an airliner that was struck by lightning.
Photographs show an airplane engine damaged by volcanic ash.
Photographs show an airliner with a 'Flying 101' exterior design.
Photograph shows military jets in formation spelling out an obscene phrase.
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