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US Army AF - Boeing B-29 Superfortress - 9th Bomb Group, 20th Air Force

US Army AF - Boeing B-29 Superfortress - 9th Bomb Group, 20th Air Force

A B-24 Bomber assembly line in Fort Worth May 1943.

A B-24 Bomber assembly line in Fort Worth May 1943.

Douglas designed B-23 Dragon as successor to B-18 Bolo.As bomber was non contender as quickly eclipsed by other aircraft-notably North American B-25 Mitchell,Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress & Martin B-26 Marauder which were all faster & carried heavier bomb loads.Dragon served during WWII at home in training,patrol & utility duties,as UC-67.Has niche in history,as 1st aircraft with tail gun position-feature soon to become standard.Douglas B-23 Dragon at McChord Air Museum & Heritage Hill Air…

B-23 Dragon Walkaround — slow but a first, 1 of 2

Dragon Walkaround — slow but a first, 1 of 2 N / W Douglas designed the Dragon as the successor to their Bolo (the search window will bring you to the walkaround as well as other posts). As a bomber it was a non contender as…

.S. Marine Corps (and maybe U.S. Navy) Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat fighters at Henderson Field, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands in 1942.

Grumman Wildcats parked on the tarmac at an airbase in the Burma-Malaya Theater

1948 Boeing B-50 bombardero estratégico - Una versión mejorada de la 2 ª Guerra Mundial B-29 'Superfortaleza'. Sólo 371 fueron construidos .:

1948 Boeing strategic bomber - A greatly improved version of the 'Superfortress'. Only 371 were built.

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flytofight: “Douglas Skyraider flying over Vietnam with an open cockpit. The Skyraider could carry its own weight in ordnance.

Fairchild A-10C Thunderbolt II - USA - Air Force | Aviation Photo #1617563 | Airliners.net

Fairchild A-10C Thunderbolt II - USA - Air Force | Aviation Photo #1617563 | Airliners.net

B 17F Flying Fortress

vintage everyday: Wonderful Colour Photographs of World War II by Robert Capa

Helldiver aircraft of USS Hancock in flight November 1944. Note F6F-5 in the background.

Helldiver aircraft of USS Hancock in flight, November Note in the background.

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