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Warm-Up – 10/26 – 10 minutes Utilizing your notes and past knowledge answer the Warm-Up – 10/26 – 10 minutes Utilizing your notes and past knowledge answer the following questions: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Describe the wartime advances of airplanes during WWII. Identify the first U. S. produced jet fighter. What weapon is often credited with creating the “space race? ” Describe air power’s role in keeping Berlin from becoming part of East Germany. What is often referred to as the best fighter of WWII?

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Warm-Up – 10/26 – 10 minutes Utilizing your notes and past knowledge answer the Warm-Up – 10/26 – 10 minutes Utilizing your notes and past knowledge answer the following questions: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Describe the wartime advances of airplanes during WWII. Identify the first U. S. produced jet fighter. What weapon is often credited with creating the “space race? ” Describe air power’s role in keeping Berlin from becoming part of East Germany. What is often referred to as the best fighter of WWII?

Wartime Advances • Airplanes improved in: • Aircraft design • Instrumentation • Navigation • Wartime Advances • Airplanes improved in: • Aircraft design • Instrumentation • Navigation • Electronic systems • Engines • Armor protection

Warm-Up – 10/26 – 10 minutes Utilizing your notes and past knowledge answer the Warm-Up – 10/26 – 10 minutes Utilizing your notes and past knowledge answer the following questions: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Describe the wartime advances of airplanes during WWII. Identify the first U. S. produced jet fighter. What weapon is often credited with creating the “space race? ” Describe air power’s role in keeping Berlin from becoming part of East Germany. What is often referred to as the best fighter of WWII?

Jet Propulsion • • US flew its first jet in 1942 (XP-59 A) but Jet Propulsion • • US flew its first jet in 1942 (XP-59 A) but didn’t produce a jet fighter until 1944 The Lockheed F-80, Shooting Star was the first operational U. S. Jet fighter.

Warm-Up – 10/26 – 10 minutes Utilizing your notes and past knowledge answer the Warm-Up – 10/26 – 10 minutes Utilizing your notes and past knowledge answer the following questions: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Describe the wartime advances of airplanes during WWII. Identify the first U. S. produced jet fighter. What weapon is often credited with creating the “space race? ” Describe air power’s role in keeping Berlin from becoming part of East Germany. What is often referred to as the best fighter of WWII?

“Vengeance Weapons” • The V-2 was a rocketpropelled ballistic missile • It carried a “Vengeance Weapons” • The V-2 was a rocketpropelled ballistic missile • It carried a 2, 000 lbs warhead • Achieved speeds of 3, 600 mph • Range of about 220 miles • Altitude of about 100 miles • Over 4, 300 launched btwn Sep 1944 & Mar 1945 Over 1, 000 fell on England •

Warm-Up – 10/26 – 10 minutes Utilizing your notes and past knowledge answer the Warm-Up – 10/26 – 10 minutes Utilizing your notes and past knowledge answer the following questions: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Describe the wartime advances of airplanes during WWII. Identify the first U. S. produced jet fighter. What weapon is often credited with creating the “space race? ” Describe air power’s role in keeping Berlin from becoming part of East Germany. What is often referred to as the best fighter of WWII?

The “Cold War” Heats Up The Berlin Airlift • Airlift grew to 12, 940 The “Cold War” Heats Up The Berlin Airlift • Airlift grew to 12, 940 tons delivered by 1, 398 flights in one day • The airlift went on for a year before Russia realized she couldn’t blockade Berlin. • So the blockade was lifted. The airlift was a success. •

Warm-Up – 10/26 – 10 minutes Utilizing your notes and past knowledge answer the Warm-Up – 10/26 – 10 minutes Utilizing your notes and past knowledge answer the following questions: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Describe the wartime advances of airplanes during WWII. Identify the first U. S. produced jet fighter. What weapon is often credited with creating the “space race? ” Describe air power’s role in keeping Berlin from becoming part of East Germany. What is often referred to as the best fighter of WWII?

Wartime Advances • P-51 often called best fighter of WWII P-51 D Mustang 11, Wartime Advances • P-51 often called best fighter of WWII P-51 D Mustang 11, 600 lbs 437 mph 2, 300 mi 41, 000 ft Max Weight Max Speed Max Range Service Ceiling Rate of Climb 3, 500 fpm P-40 C Curtiss 8, 058 lbs 345 mph 945 mi 29, 500 ft 2, 690 fpm

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THIS DAY IN AVIATION • • October 26 1907 — Henri Farman flies his THIS DAY IN AVIATION • • October 26 1907 — Henri Farman flies his Voisin Farman I flying machine just under 2, 530 feet, breaking the world distance record.

THIS DAY IN AVIATION • • October 26 1909 — Lt. F. E. Humphreys THIS DAY IN AVIATION • • October 26 1909 — Lt. F. E. Humphreys becomes the first Army officer to solo the first Army airplane.

THIS DAY IN AVIATION • • October 26 1942 — Battle of Santa Cruz THIS DAY IN AVIATION • • October 26 1942 — Battle of Santa Cruz off Guadalcanal between United States and Japanese warships results in the loss of the carrier USS Hornet (CV-8).

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October 2015 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY 11 12 Chapter 4 Pacific Campaign 13 14 October 2015 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY 11 12 Chapter 4 Pacific Campaign 13 14 Chapter 4 Island Hopping Doolittle Raid Atomic Bomb 1 st Quarter Grades Due 18 19 Chapter 5 Military Developments Separate Air Force Wartime Advances 20 Chapter 5 Jet Propulsion “Vengeance Weapons” Helicopters 21 Chapter 5 Berlin Airlift Korean War 25 26 Chapter 5 Commercial Aviation General Aviation THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 15 Chapter 4 Lessons Learned 16 Chap 4 Quiz FLIGHTLINE FRIDAY 17 22 Chapter 5 Korean War Lessons Learned 23 24 27 Chapter 5 Aviation R & D 28 29 31 Chapter 5 Vietnam War Phase 1 and 2 Chapter 5 Vietnam War Phase 3 and 4 30 Chap 5 Test FLIGHTLINE FRIDAY Chapter 5 Quiz HALF-DAY SCHOOL

 • 1 A Chapter 5 TEST AVIATION ACES Pilots (A – 93 & • 1 A Chapter 5 TEST AVIATION ACES Pilots (A – 93 & above) Josh Carroll Christian Jansky Aaron Wilson • 1 A Co-Pilots (B – 85 – 92) James Berbigler Jacob Davis Amaru Singleton Israel Shabazz Will Squires Kaylei Taylor Brandon Young Kyle Zanelotti High Shooter (100)

Chapter 5 – Aviation: From the Cold War to Desert Storm Chapter 5 – Aviation: From the Cold War to Desert Storm

Today’s Mission Requirements • Mission: • Identify why the DC-4 was initially one of Today’s Mission Requirements • Mission: • Identify why the DC-4 was initially one of the most popular commercial airliners after WWII. Identify the first “pure” jet commercial airliner. • EQ: • What were the main concerns, militarily and politically, with the Cold War and its implications in aviation development?

Aviation Continues to Develop: An Ongoing Process Aviation Continues to Develop: An Ongoing Process

Civil Aviation Developments • Because of WWII, millions of people were exposed to aviation Civil Aviation Developments • Because of WWII, millions of people were exposed to aviation and loved it. • Many veterans publicized the merits of aviation.

Commercial Airlines • Remarkable developments in aircraft design occurred during the war. • Better Commercial Airlines • Remarkable developments in aircraft design occurred during the war. • Better instrumentation • Better Navigation • Increased Safety • Radar was developed

Commercial Airlines • More pilots were available and they were better than ever before Commercial Airlines • More pilots were available and they were better than ever before

Commercial Airlines • New and better planes were developed • Douglas DC-4 • Popular Commercial Airlines • New and better planes were developed • Douglas DC-4 • Popular because of excess number after war • Lockheed Constellation • Pressurized and 100 mph faster than DC-4

Commercial Airlines Adopt Jet Engines • First jet airliners were British Commercial Airlines Adopt Jet Engines • First jet airliners were British

Commercial Airlines Adopt Jet Engines • There were two types of propulsion: • turboprop Commercial Airlines Adopt Jet Engines • There were two types of propulsion: • turboprop • pure jet • Both used jet turbine engine • Difference is where the main thrust originates • SUCK, SQUEEZE, BANG, BLOW

Commercial Airlines Adopt Jet Engines • World’s first jet turboprop was the Vickers Viscount Commercial Airlines Adopt Jet Engines • World’s first jet turboprop was the Vickers Viscount • Powered by 4 Rolls Royce engines

Commercial Airlines Adopt Jet Engines • De. Havilland Comet I was the world’s first Commercial Airlines Adopt Jet Engines • De. Havilland Comet I was the world’s first “pure” jet airliner. • The Comet revolutionized commercial travel • Flew at 500 mph • Flew at higher altitude (25, 000 – 30, 000 ft)

Commercial Airlines Adopt Jet Engines • In 1945, 3 million flew commercially in America Commercial Airlines Adopt Jet Engines • In 1945, 3 million flew commercially in America • By 1950, about 17 million • By 1958, when commercial jets were introduced, about 30 million passengers flew

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Today’s Mission Requirements • Mission: • Identify why the DC-4 was initially one of Today’s Mission Requirements • Mission: • Identify why the DC-4 was initially one of the most popular commercial airliners after WWII. Identify the first “pure” jet commercial airliner. • EQ: • What were main concerns, militarily and politically, with the Cold War and its implications in aviation development?

Commercial Airlines • New and better planes were developed • Douglas DC-4 • Popular Commercial Airlines • New and better planes were developed • Douglas DC-4 • Popular because of excess number after war • Lockheed Constellation • Pressurized and 100 mph faster

Today’s Mission Requirements • Mission: • Identify why the DC-4 was initially one of Today’s Mission Requirements • Mission: • Identify why the DC-4 was initially one of the most popular commercial airliners after WWII. Identify the first “pure” jet commercial airliner. • EQ: • What were main concerns, militarily and politically, with the Cold War and its implications in aviation development?

Commercial Airlines Adopt Jet Engines • De. Havilland Comet I was the world’s first Commercial Airlines Adopt Jet Engines • De. Havilland Comet I was the world’s first “pure” jet airliner. • The Comet revolutionized commercial travel • Flew at 500 mph • Flew at higher altitude (25, 000 – 30, 000 ft)

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Lesson Closure - 3 – 2 - 1 3. List 3 things you learned Lesson Closure - 3 – 2 - 1 3. List 3 things you learned today. 2. List 2 things you have questions about today’s lesson. 1. Create (1) quiz question with answer about today’s lesson.

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SAFETY FIRST. SAFETY ALWAYS. SAFETY FIRST. SAFETY ALWAYS.

Safety Rules – Safety Monitor Brief • Must Use Safety Glasses • Use of Safety Rules – Safety Monitor Brief • Must Use Safety Glasses • Use of Cutting tools is Dangerous – AT ALL TIMES – knives only out when cutting • Must Use Cutting Mats • All Areas will remain clean and organized • Plane Captains will insure All Areas will be cleaned and all items put back in proper locations minutes prior to class ending 10 • Class SAFETY MONITOR will insure areas are clean and safe at all times

SAFETY FIRST. SAFETY ALWAYS. SAFETY FIRST. SAFETY ALWAYS.

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