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Three Browning M2 .50 caliber machine guns in the left wing of an F4U-1 Corsair fighter, Aug 11, 1942 Source	   	United States National Archives More on...	   	 F4U Corsair   	Main article  	Photos   Browning M2   	Main article  	Photos   Photos on Same Day	 	See all photos dated 11 Aug 1942 Added By	 	David Stubblebine

Three Browning caliber machine guns in the left wing of an Corsair fighter, Aug 1942 - BFD

The Douglas A-20/ Boston served in large numbers with the Soviet air force. Here three are seen in formation.

The Douglas Boston served in large numbers with the Soviet air force. Here three are seen in formation.

1943 Print World War II Night Intruder Havocs Douglas db-7 A-20 American XEKA1

1943 Print World War II Night Intruder Havocs Douglas db-7 A-20 American XEKA1

1943 Print World War II Night Intruder Havocs Douglas American

THE DOUGLAS A-20 B LIGHT BOMBER - Havoc Aircraft Recognition Film from W...

This WWII film was created to educate fighter pilots and anti-aircraft and spotting crews how to identify the Douglas Havoc bomber.

IL-2 gunner - soviet air force ww2, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Flagship (aircraft commander of a regiment) aerial gunner Soviet Sergeant P. In the foreground is a machine gun UBT (Berezin universal turret).

Photo: Soviet fighter LaGG-3, shot down and made an emergency landing in the Nurmolits area

Photo: Soviet fighter LaGG-3, shot down and made an emergency landing in the Nurmolits area

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Flight Characteristics of the A-20: How to Fly the Douglas A-20 Havoc (1...

Flight Characteristics of the How to Fly the Douglas Havoc

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фото ВОВ самолёт Британские самолеты-Истребители Спитфайр в советских…

British Spitfires for the Soviet Air Force delivered in Iran during World War II.

Polikarpov's of the Soviet air forces during the inter-war years

Polikarpov's of the Soviet air forces during the inter-war years

Marina Raskova, who formed the Soviets’ first all-female military flying organization, is pictured before the war.

Marina Raskova, who formed the Soviets’ first all-female military flying organization, is pictured before the war.