Aircraft Flying in Hawaii 1920s
A variety of Army and Navy aircraft flew the skies of Hawaii in the 1920s.
- Two Douglas torpedo planes are towed to the water's edge at Pearl Harbor, May 15, 1924.
- DH-4M Aircraft at Luke Field assigned to 4th or 6th Aero Squadron, c1925-1926.
- Three F5Ls at anchor with USS Omaha and testing torpedo barge in background at Pearl Harbor Fokker harbor, July 1, 1925.
- Atlantic Fokker XLB-2, Hawaii, 1920s.
- Martin NB1-1 No. 68455 was a twin-motored bomber assigned to the 23rd Bomb Section, 5th Composite Group at Luke Field on June 23, 1927. Ssgt. Philip Monroy on right main landing gear attempts to repair broken strut. When he couldn't the pilot, 1st Lt. George W. Polk Jr. landed in the water.
- Huff-Daland SLB-5 Pirate, 1927.
- Keystone Bomber, August 21, 1928, Hawaii.
- Keystone Bomber LB-5A after a forced landing on the reef off Haleiwa, Oahu October 1, 1928.
- Army Fokker in flight over Oahu, December 3, 1928.