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English: USS Macon (ZRS-5) at North Circle NAS Sunnyvale, Mt View, CA. This U.S. Navy Zeppelin was built in the United States by the Goodyear-Zeppelin company in 1933. It is shown here at the airfield later named Moffett Field, in Santa Clara County, California.
Date 17 December 1933
Source Ames Imaging Library System, image A91-0261-26. Image link.
Originally uploaded to English Wikipedia as en:Image:Zeppelin.jpg on 20 July 2002 (Automated conversion)
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