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Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina flying boat

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Helicopter size comparison

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This is how big planes are

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This is an illustration entitled "Sand Shark" by Randall Scott. I usually do not post artwork here, but I found it worthy and amusing.

A B-25 Mitchell with two P-51 Mustang little friends

AirVenture Best of Oshkosh. A trio of Commemorative Air Force World War II beauties over the frigid waters of the English Channel

Aleutians 1943-44

US Navy personnel freeing a 'Catalina' aircraft from frozen waters in the Aleutian Islands at Kodiak Bay, US Territory of Alaska, sometime during the period between June 1942 and January 1943 (Via Colourised Photos, Colourised by Royston Leonard UK)

An Regia Aeronautica’s float plane Cant-Z.506B Airone taking off from an air hairbor. Unit and location unknown. Photo taken in late war, note the dark blue-grey livery of the plane.

An Regia Aeronautica’s float plane Airone taking off from an air hairbor. Unit and location unknown. Photo taken in late war, note the dark blue-grey livery of the plane.

The CANT Z.501 Gabbiano (Italian: Gull) was a high-wing central-hull flying boat, with two outboard floats. It was powered by a single engine installed in the middle of the main-plane and had a crew of 4-5 men. It served with the Italian Regia Aeronautica during World War II, as a reconnaissance aeroplane. During its debut in 1934, it set a world distance record. However it was obsolete by 1940, but was still used throughout World War II, suffering many losses.

Italian CANT Z gabianno reconnaissance flying boat

The Regia Aeronautica (Italian Air Force)

The Fiat was an Italian long range maritime strategic reconnaissance floatplane.

REGIA AERONAUTICA . ITALIAN AIR FORCE (WW2) REPARTO ALTA VELOCITA'Sottotenente Fracesco Agello.Idrovolante da Corsa M.C.72. 10 aprile 1933, Lago di Garda

REGIA AERONAUTICA . ITALIAN AIR FORCE (WW2) REPARTO ALTA VELOCITA'Sottotenente Fracesco Agello.Idrovolante da Corsa M.C.72. 10 aprile 1933, Lago di Garda

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