The RAF Mosquito F.B.XVIII was one of Coastal Command's most potent weapons and was fitted with a quick-firing Molins 6lb cannon - one sinking a U-boat off the French coast in March 1944. The cannon was short-lived as the rocket projectile was introduced, increasing the Mosquito's firepower still further.
Revealed... 70 years on: The forgotten hero who became the first U.S. air force officer killed in Europe in World War II
Liberator in Flight. This plane was actually the worst plane of WWII.
Cutaway art of the nose of a B17...
Pilot, Bombardier, & Navigator Compartment x
De Haviland Mosquito
Maurice Briggs and co-driver John Baker of 105 squadron on the background of his Mossy-four.
Westland Whirlwind l, British twin-engined heavy fighter. It was the Royal Air Force's first single-seat, twin-engined, cannon-armed fighter, and a contemporary of the Supermarine Spitfire and Hawker Hurricane. First flew in 1938
British Forces - Mosquito Pilot and navigator
The world's only flying WWII De Havilland Mosquito based in New Zealand I Love this airplane.
RAF de Havilland Mosquito, movie clips from Squadron"