Me 262

Aviation Art: Me 262 of JG 7 Breaking the Sound Barrier by Ron Cole

The Chase

Jet Hunters by Robert Taylor On 10 April 1945 thirteen hundred bombers of the Mighty Eighth set out to destroy the last of the Luftwaffe’s .

German Me-262 (Swallow), the first operational jet to see combat.  ArtStation - Aviation Archive Issue 34, Antonis Karidis

Artwork i did for the Aviation Archive Issue 34 - Jet and Rocket Aircraft of WWII

Dos P-51 Mustang del Grupo de Caza 332 (Tuskegee Airmen), conocidos como Red Tails (colas rojas), derriba a un Me-262 - DFB

Noble Wingman, by Roy Grinnell (Roscoe Brown's 'Bunnie' shoots down a Me…

Heinkel He 219 Uhu Nachtjäger

Heinkel He 219 Uhu - a major scourge for Bomber Command crews.

"Best painting of Hampdens I've ever seen." Hampden, by Anthony Cowland Resto going well @ RAF Museum as well.

Hampden, by Anthony Cowland - one of the RAF's three pre-war medium bomber designs, known to its crews as 'The Flying Suitcase': the fuselage was only 3 ft wide.

Lavochkin La-5 shot down by Messerschmitt Bf-109G-14 ‘Black Tulip’ of Erich Alfred 'Bubi’ Hartmann, 'The Black Devil’ of JG.53. By Nicolas Trudgian

Lavochkin shot down by Messerschmitt ‘Black Tulip’ of Erich Alfred 'Bubi’ Hartmann, 'The Black Devil’ of By Nicolas Trudgian