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world war 2: The worst moment

In the picture, there is "Com-Batty" in the middle, "Little Lulu" falling down and on the right is just exploding "Little Gismo II" ; world war The worst moment

A Shot Across the Bow by Roy Grinnell (B-26 Marauder)June 4, 1942, 7:10 a.m., 150 miles northwest of Midway Atoll . . . Moments after releasing a torpedo at the Japanese carrier Akagi, the B-26 Marauder "Suzy-Q" thunders down the carrier's flight deck, nearly grazing the bridge. 1st Lt James P. Muri, of the Army Air Force's 22nd Bomb Group, pilots his craft across the ship in an attempt to escape the gauntlet of fire unleashed by the enemy surface fleet and swarming Zero fighters

Japan to spend trillion Yen to acquire latest 'war technologies'

P-47D Thunderbolt of the 201st Fighter Squadron based in the Philippines and staffed by pilots from the Mexican Air Force, 1945.

[Photo] P-47D Thunderbolt of the 201st Fighter Squadron based in the Philippines and staffed by pilots from the Mexican Air Force, 1945.

Flying Fortresses of the 100th Bomb Group under attack by Luftwaffe Focke Wulf 190′s enroute to Germany. By Robert Bailey

High Noon by Robert Bailey Featuring the famous 'Bloody Hundredth' Bomb Group. On March the Bomb Group are en-route to .

Авиация Первой мировой

Using one of my painted backgrounds.[link] Art for the Rise of Flight official manual book [link] The Wolfpack Attack

3Hƒ0® | #Dlikes | B-24 Bomber Planes - Nose Art | "A pilot in the Flying Tigers flew one called ToughTitty "

Consolidated Liberator Aircraft Pinner wrote:My Uncle, a pilot in the Flying Tigers flew one called "Tough Titty" ~ my great uncle was a Flying Tiger too PRT

In combat service the Hs 129 lacked a sufficient chance to prove itself; the aircraft was produced in relatively small numbers and deployed during a time when the Luftwaffe was unable to protect them from attack. Rudolf-Heinz Ruffer scored a large number of his 80 Soviet tank kills in the Hs 129.

In combat service the Hs 129 lacked a sufficient chance to prove itself; the aircraft was produced in relatively small numbers and deployed during a time when the Luftwaffe was unable to protect them from attack. Rudolf-Heinz Ruffer scored a large number of his 80 Soviet tank kills in the Hs 129.

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