This decorative military WWII Propeller Army Air Corps Green USAAF Star Insignia 47 is a replica and brand new. The aircraft wood propeller is handcrafted of solid Mahogany wood. The propeller has an army green satin finish and white satin finish tips with blood red stripes. There is an authentic USAAF Star Insignia (era 1943) painted on. A wall mounting bracket is included.
It is sure to become a decorative & conversational addition to your military wall decor whether hanging over the mantel or leaning against the wall in a corner. Size: 47.25" length x 5.50" width x 2.76 deep, Weight: 3.9 lbs, Material: Solid Mahogany wood. WWII Army Air Corps Propeller. WWII Propeller Army Air Corps Green USAAF Star Insignia 47.The aircraft wooden propeller is handcrafted of solid Mahogany wood. There is an authentic USAAF Star Insignia (era 1943, please see below) painted on. WWI Wooden Vintage Biplane Propeller 47. Size: 47.25" length x 5.50" width x 2.76 deep. Includes: Wall mounting bracket (please see below).
Handcrafted individually, colors may vary. Was used on USAAF military aircraft from May 28th to June 29th 1943, this simple circle and star design was a version of the previous Insignia Spec. 241102-k with the Insignia Red dot removed to avoid confusion with Japanese Hinomaru roundel. Convert rotary motion from piston engines or turboprops to provide propulsive force.
They may be fixed or variable pitch. Early aircraft propellers were carved by hand from solid or laminated wood with later propellers being constructed from metal. The most modern propeller designs use high-technology composite materials.
The twisted airfoil (aerofoil) shape of modern aircraft propellers was pioneered by the Wright brothers. They found that a propeller is essentially the same as a wing and so were able to use data collated from their earlier wind tunnel experiments on wings. They also found that the relative angle of attack from the forward movement of the aircraft was different for all points along the length of the blade, thus it was necessary to introduce a twist along its length. Their original propeller blades are only about 5% less efficient than the modern equivalent, some 100 years later. The article "Propeller (aircraft)" is part of the Wikipedia encyclopedia.More Decorative WWI Aircraft Wooden Propellers Are Available. After that the item will be re listed. Models & furniture are securely packed with foam sheets, peanuts or bubble wraps. This item was in stock at the time of listing.
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