Bravo Bravo Aviation: Macchi MC.205 Veltro, Luigi Gorrini, 1a Squadriglia "Asso di Bastoni", 1° Gruppo Caccia

Luigi Gorrini, top Italian fighter ace, 24 kills, the flying fortress killer.

Macchi MC.202 “Folgore” of the Regia Aeronautica’s 153rd Gruppo in flight over the Sicily, Summer 1942

Macchi “Folgore” of the Regia Aeronautica’s Gruppo in flight over the Sicily, Summer 1942

The cockpit of an Italian fighter Macchi MC.202 “Folgore” (Lightning).

The cockpit of an Italian fighter Macchi “Folgore” (Lightning)

Fiat G.50 - Note the two different camouflage schemes.

A pair of Italian Regia Aeronautica’s Fiat “Freccia” (Arrow) fighters on servicing (note an air compressor on the right), on the chock and with split flaps down, on a Libyan airfield, perhaps Tripoli Castel Benito airfield.

Breda Ba.65 "Nibbio" - "16-21" Aviazione Spagnola Nazionale, guerra di Spagna, 1936.

was an Italian multi-purpuse attack aircraft of World War II. It has an attractive body line.

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