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A section of No 616 Squadron RAF prepares for an evening take-off from RAF Kenley in August Confusion as to the identity of the Spitfire Mk I fighters arises from the circumstance that, at the time, they shared the code letters QJ with No 92 Squadron RAF.

Focke-Wulf FW 190A-6 Nº20 of 4./Jagdgeschwader 54 (JG 54) on the airfield at Immola in Finland. 2nd of July 1944. (Source - SA-kuva. Colorized by Jared Enos)

WWII colorized ~ Focke Wulf of 54 (JG on the airfield at Immola in Finland. of July (Source - SA-kuva. Colorized by Jared Enos)

"Stuka"

German Ju 87 Stuka dive bomber of Sturzkampfgeschwader 2 in Russia, early 1942 Photographer Schalber Source German Federal Archive Identification Code Bild

A Hawker Hurricane Mk IID of RAF 6th Squadron shows her 40mm guns while resting at an airport in Libya.  Hurricanes like this one were used in North Africa as "Tankbusters" against German armor.

A Hawker Hurricane Mk IID of RAF 6 Squadron shows her guns while resting at an airport in Libya. Hurricanes like this one were used in North Africa as "Tankbusters" against German armor.

Foto

30 images of the Messerschmitt Me 262 wrecked, captured, destroyed or abandoned - The World's First Combat Jet

Hawker Hurricane

Hawker Hurricane Mk IIC (Battle of Britain Memorial Flight), the last Hurricane produced. It is in the "Night Intruder" scheme of the aircraft of Czech pilot Karel Kuttelwascher of 1 Squadron in

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