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War dispatches being handed off from Harley rider to P-39 driver, 1 of 2. See nearby for back of photo details.

War dispatches being handed off from Harley rider to driver, 1 of See nearby for back of photo details.

US soldiers with captured German Notice the MK 108 Cannon on the nose of the aircraft. It fired 11 rounds per second.

Mercier 1937 Moto Chenille 350cc. I need a whole fleet of these for my army of evil henchmen to use while they chase James Bond through the snow.

steampunkvehicles: “ rocketumbl: “ Mercier 1937 Moto Chenille ” I’ve posted some old photos of this before, but didn’t realize any still existed.

Harley-Davidson XA [Мотомир Вячеслава Шеянова]

Harley-Davidson XA [Мотомир Вячеслава Шеянова]

P-39 Airacobra on Henderson Field, Guadalcanal. (US Marine Corps)

fcba: Airacobra on Henderson Field, Guadalcanal. (US Marine Corps) ”

A GI is seen waving from the cockpit of a downed German Focke-Wulf Fw 190 fighter aircraft, Pocking, Bavaria, Germany, World War II, July 1945

A GI is seen waving from the cockpit of a downed German FockeWulf Fw 190 fighter aircraft Pocking Bavaria Germany World War II July 1945

P-39 Airacobra.  P-39K 42-4358 at 12 Mile Drome with McDonough & ground crew (right) Pilot William McDonough (left & center) Groundcrew: Sgt Palzuski and Sgt Pierce. Credit: USAAF, 5th AF Date: 1943  P-39K 42-4358 at 12 Mile Drome with McDonough & ground crew

at 12 Mile Drome with McDonough & ground crew (right) Pilot William McDonough (left & center) Groundcrew: Sgt Palzuski and Sgt Pierce. Credit: USAAF, AF Date: 1943 at 12 Mile Drome with McDonough & ground crew

ROYAL AIR FORCE  Atrocious weather in the winter of 1944 turned airfields in Belgium and the Netherlands into quagmires. This No 127 Squadron Spitfire XVIE (RR255/9N-Y) has its daily inspection in a sea of mud at Grimbergen (B-60), 9 December.On 29 December this aircraft was shot down by flak and its pilot mortally wounded.

Atrocious weather in the winter of 1944 turned airfields in Belgium and the…

An RAF Supermarine Spitfire receives its D-Day invasion stripes; Tangmere Sussex England - 5 June 1944

An RAF Supermarine Spitfire receives its D-Day invasion stripes; Tangmere, Sussex, England - 5 June 1944 "Don't see nice rough ones like these on modern aircraft.