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HEINKEL HE-219 UHU (OWL) - My other favorite Shigeo Koike work...

HEINKEL HE-219 UHU (OWL) - My other favorite Shigeo Koike work...

The Heinkel He 219 Uhu ("Eagle-Owl") was a night fighter that served with the German Luftwaffe in the later stages of World War II. A relatively sophisticated design, the He 219 possessed a variety of innovations, including Lichtenstein SN-2 advanced VHF-band intercept radar, also used on the Ju 88G and Bf 110G night fighters. It was also the first operational military aircraft to be equipped with ejection seats and the first operational German World War II-era  with tricycle landing gears.

Heinkel He 219 Uhu by Jerry Boucher

Fairey Barracuda Mk II by Shigeo Koike

II Carrier Bomber Torpedo/Dive Bomber by Shigeo Koike - The Barracuda was the first all-metal carrier attack plane in British service, and served two dozen squadrons in Fleet Air Arm from the mid until the

F/L Saif ul Azam of PAF in a Hunter of Iraqi Airforce, firing at an attacking Israeli Vautour.

F/L Saif ul Azam of PAF in a Hunter of Iraqi Airforce, firing at an attacking Israeli Vautour.

Heinkel 219 Uhu - Arkadiusz Wróbel

German Luftwaffe Heinkel 219 Uhu stationed in the Azores to be used against allied ships in the Atlantic, 26 February 1944

Roy Cross Avenger

World War 2 Airplane Paintings - Bing Images Avenger's tail sting

Kawasaki Ki 61 Hien "Tony" of the Sentai

Spitfire in the Mix

computer wallpaper for supermarine spitfire, Hildred Backer

Heinkel He219 Uhu

This aviation art print by Mark Postlethwaite depicts a Heinkel Uhu 'Eagle Owl' shooting down an RAF Lancaster over Germany in late 1944

The Hewish Heinkel

1941 04 Heinkel of III is shot down by a Bristol Beaufighter of 604 Squadron - Mark Postlethwaite

SF mk.45

SF mk.45

Romain Hugault

Romain Hugault

Messerschmitt Me 262B-1a/U1 Nachtjäger 'Red 12', NJG.11 'Kommando Welter', by Egbert Friedl

Me Nachtjäger 'Red 'Kommando Welter' by Egbert Friedl

Nakajima Ki-201 Karyu by Shigeo Koike

Nakajima Karyu by Shigeo Koike

Aerial ramming, by Valery Petelin (Messerschmitt Bf 110 rammed by Soviet MiG-3)

Aerial ramming, by Valery Petelin (Messerschmitt Bf 110 rammed by Soviet Reupped by Tburg