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A press photographer walks away as Britain's first military airship, HMA No 1, the 'Mayfly', lies broken in two in Cavendish Dock at the Vickers, Sons and Maxim works in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, 24th September 1911. The airship was wrecked by winds, while being taken from its shed for its first full trials. HMA 1 Mayfly HMA 9 HMA 23 R 31 R 32 R 33 R 34 R 36 R 38 R 80 R 100 The R101 airship disaster Shenandoah USS Los Angeles the Akron the Macon species of mayfly nymphs, mainly Siphlonurus spp. but also, to a lesser extent, on Leptophlebia spp. and Ephemerella spp. In the flood plain, the nymphs grow rapidly, with females more abundant than males. During the last two weeks of May, while still in the flood plain, Tomah mayfly nymphs molt to the final instar, or stage, of larval development. the Airship Heritage Trust page on HMA No1 HMA No1, the Mayfly. brand new ship British engineering might made in Cavendish dock an amazing engineering site made to the highest standards finished very well her shed made on water fixed position's not too swell as German designs of similar shed move as the wind does change a rigid shed in

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HMA 1 "The Mayfly" Following in the footsteps of Count Zeppelin and the success of his early rigid airships, in 1908 the British Government agreed a sum of £35,000 which "should be allocated to the Admiralty for the building of a dirigible balloon". Zeppelins of the time could fly 100 mi (160 km), carry a crew of 26, and reach an altitude of 5,400 ft (1,600 m) with an endurance of 12 hours; the Vickers design, designated HMA (His Majesty's Airship) No. 1 and known as the Mayfly, was intended to be moorable on water, carry wireless equipment, be capable of 40 kn (46 mph; 74 km/h) for 24

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The HMA 1 'The Mayfly' Naval Airship seen here shortly after being wrecked by a sudden squall whilst leaving her shed at Cavendish dock at Barrow in Furness. 25th September 1911 Royal Navy AgustaWestland Lynx HMA.8 XZ723, at the Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton International Air Day, 4th July 2008. Mayfly, (order Ephemeroptera), any member of a group of insects known for their extremely short life spans and emergence in large numbers in the summer months. Other common names for the winged stages are shadfly, sandfly, dayfly, fishfly, and drake.