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Macchi C-200

The Macchi Saetta ( Arrow) was a World War II fighter, fighter /bomber aircraft built by Aeronautica Macchi in Italy, and used in various forms throughout the Regia Aeronautica (Italian Air Force).

PZL P.11c, The Polish Aviation Museum (Polish: Muzeum Lotnictwa Polskiego w Krakowie) in Kraków

PZL The Polish Aviation Museum (Polish: Muzeum Lotnictwa Polskiego w Krakowie) in Kraków

F4U Corsair aircraft of VMF-222 on the ground ready to taxi onto the runway for launch from Russell Islands 1944

Corsairs of Marine Squadron at Renard Field, Russell Islands, Solomons, Note the National Insignia on the tops of both wings over a year after that practice was discontinued.

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PZL Typical example of a fighter that marked the transition between the monoplane and the biplane, the PZL represented the final stage.

Ground crews of No. 300 Polish Bomber Squadron work on their Vickers Wellingtons. Lincolnshire, England. #WW2

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Ground crews of No 300 Polish Bomber Squadron RAF work on their Vickers Wellington Mark Xs

Light bomber PZL P.23B «Karas» 41st squadron of the Polish Air Force

Torun, Poland, Flight Line PZL 23 Karas of the Squadron of the Regiment of the Polish Air Force with their crews.

Polish Naval Aviation based at Puck.  Cooperation plane Lublin R-XIII ter/hydro. Photo: Muzeum Obrony Wybrzeża collection

Lublin R-XIII ter/hydro. Polish Naval Aviation based at Puck.

WWI Airplanes (2)

I came across this photo of a World War I dogfight and wondered about the different airplanes used in that war. After a quick search, I found some scanned photos of a The Chicago Daily News War Boo…

Polish (PZL) P-11c in Romanian (IAR) Air Force before WWII .

Polish (PZL) P-11c in Romanian (IAR) Air Force before WWII .