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Kyushu J7W Shinden

british-eevee: “ taking off from a airfield in Japan (Date unknown) ”

「震電」 日本海軍十八試局地戦闘機 九州飛行機 J7W1                                                                                                                                                                                 もっと見る

The Kyushu Shinden was a World War II Imperial Japanese Navy…

【今日の歴史】1945年8月7日の事【ジェット機-橘花-】

【今日の歴史】1945年8月7日の事【ジェット機-橘花-】

The Nakajima Kikka ( "Orange Blossom"?) was Japan's first jet-powered aircraft. It was developed late in World War II and the first prototype had only flown once before the end of the conflict. It was also called Kōkoku Nigō Heiki, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Mosquito - with two Merlin engines this precision fighter bomber was the next step from the Spitfire

de Havilland Mosquito, quite possibly the most versatile war-bird ever flown. One of the few wooden-constructed aircraft of WWII

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The Messerschmitt Bf sometimes incorrectly called the Me 109 (most often by Allied pilots and aircrew), was a German World War II fighter aircraft.

"Fork-tailed Devil" to the Germans - the Lockheed P-38 Lightning, my favorite fighter from World War II. America's highest scoring ace, Richard Ira Bong, flew his '38 to 40 kills.

"Fork-tailed Devil" to the Germans - the Lockheed Lightning, my favorite fighter from World War II. America's highest scoring ace, Richard Ira Bong, flew his to 40 kills. Yeager was pretty good in this plane also.

3Hƒ0® | #Dlikes | B-24 Bomber Planes - Nose Art | "A pilot in the Flying Tigers flew one called ToughTitty "

Consolidated Liberator Aircraft Pinner wrote:My Uncle, a pilot in the Flying Tigers flew one called "Tough Titty" ~ my great uncle was a Flying Tiger too PRT

World War II P-40 Warhawk Pursuit Fighter planes from the Flying Tigers Squadron in China. The real deal.

Subject: Hell's Angels, the Squadron of the American Volunteer Group "Flying Tigers" Title: R. Smith photo, Hell's Angels, The Flying Tigers - China.

Maybe the single most famous plane of World War Two. I've been to it several times when it was on display on Mud Island, Memphis, Tennessee. It has been relocated to the Air Force Museum in Dayton, Ohio.

Memphis Belle WW II Aircraft Nose Art by Tony Starcer from an original design by George Petty

The White Cliffs of Dover: Spitfire flyover.  Beautiful shot considering the history of this special plane and the men who flew her:)

The White Cliffs of Dover: Spitfire flyover. Beautiful shot considering the history of this special plane and the men who flew her:)

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