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This website, provided by MaxAir2Air, contains a series of photographs of a Stearman biplane both on the ground and in flight.  One picture, taken from inside the airplane,  provides a particularly good view of the wing bracing that prevents the wings from twisting when the wing flaps--the ailerons--are raised or lowered. Another, also taken from inside the airplane, shows the plane in a steep bank.
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© 2007 Max Haynes
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aircraft, airplane, biplane, flight, image gallery, torque, wing
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Metadata instance created April 19, 2007 by Ann Deml
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April 19, 2007 by Ann Deml
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Paul Ehlen’s Stearman. (2007). Retrieved March 18, 2018, from MaxAir2Air:
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MaxAir2Air. Paul Ehlen’s Stearman. MaxAir2Air, 2007. (accessed 18 March 2018).
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