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Consolidated B 24 Liberator

Consolidated H Liberator, s/n ‘Extra Joker’ in the last photo taken of her on the of August She belonged to the Bombardment Squadron, Bombardment Group. US Air Force. On that day, 'Extra Joker’ took off with.

Damaged Il-2 still flying WWII

Sturmovik showing the dangers of ground attack: lightly armoured, it was a very tough aircraft.

In this dramatic photo captured by a Mustang P-51, where a Me-109G mortally wounded German hunting is appreciated, in parachute jumping pilot to ward off the fateful end of his ship. Here is another facet of the drama of the war in action.

“Second World War gun camera footage: "the pilot of this has bailed out even though his plane seems relatively intact.

USAF Maj. Jacquelyn Susan "Jackie" Parker was one of the first female fighter pilots assigned to an F-16 Viper squadron.

A True Blue Atom Bombshell®. Jacquelyn Susan "Jackie" Parker was one of the first female fighter pilots assigned to an Viper squadron.

One B52 with two P51s

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

Focke-Wulf (FW-190): A pair of Focke Wulf's at high altitude.

The "Teufelskette" or better known as the "Nowotny Schwarm" was the name of the most famous Luftwaffe team of the Eastern Front which included four pilots/friends, the famous Walter Nowotny and his.

Messerschmitt Bf-109 that was found in a Russian lake & recovered by Jim Pearce

In sixty-one years after crash landing on a frozen Russian lake, this Messerschmitt Bf 109 became one of the most impressive recovered wrecks of WWII.

Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress - is hit"

George Hungary uploaded this image to 'Maraudercon See the album on Photobucket.

Mitchell Bomber weapons - 8 in nose (+side pods) and 1 x cannon

The End of Gulf War Veteran Tornado ZA466. It's like reading about the death of a warrior.

Tornado ZA466: Final Flight of a Gulf War Warrior

This article examines 30 abandoned, crashed, derelict and destroyed aircraft of the world, from wartime military wrecks to giant airliners.

Let's start today with this photo that exemplifies why Grumman was known as the "Iron Works." It's combat aircraft were extremely rugged and brought many a pilot back home with considerable damage.

Butch O'Hare's Hellcat returned to the Grumman manufacturing plant known as the "Iron Works." It's combat aircraft were extremely rugged and brought many a pilot back home with considerable damage. This example had more than 200 bullet holes!

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