Leave a Comment on Normandy, June 6th 1944. C47 Skytrains orbit over the drop zones. Note the gliders in the fields.
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Normandy, June 6th 1944. C47 Skytrains orbit over the drop zones. Note the gliders in the fields.

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Corsair, Nissan Island 1944

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Leave a Comment on USAAF P-51A Mustang of the 311th Fighter Bomber Group in Burma (today’s Myanmar) Far East, 1944.
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USAAF P-51A Mustang of the 311th Fighter Bomber Group in Burma (today’s Myanmar) Far East, 1944.

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Wildcat off catapult, USS Core, Atlantic 1944

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Leave a Comment on Polish medium bomber PZL.37 Łoś (Moose). In 2012 the Polish PZL Mielec factory produced this 1:1 non-flying replica. Introduced in 1938 it was a modern and efficient design, German air superiority prevented the type to show all its potential but remained on 1st line with Romania until 1944.
Continue Reading... Polish medium bomber PZL.37 Łoś (Moose). In 2012 the Polish PZL Mielec factory produced this 1:1 non-flying replica. Introduced in 1938 it was a modern and efficient design, German air superiority prevented the type to show all its potential but remained on 1st line with Romania until 1944.
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Polish medium bomber PZL.37 Łoś (Moose). In 2012 the Polish PZL Mielec factory produced this 1:1 non-flying replica. Introduced in 1938 it was a modern and efficient design, German air superiority prevented the type to show all its potential but remained on 1st line with Romania until 1944.

Polish medium bomber PZL.37 Łoś (Moose). In 2012 the Polish PZL Mielec factory produced this 1:1 non-flying replica. Introduced in…

Leave a Comment on A landing mishap gives us a unique view of a Hellcat. Lt.Hank Carey, USS Monterey 1944
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A landing mishap gives us a unique view of a Hellcat. Lt.Hank Carey, USS Monterey 1944

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Leave a Comment on First flight of the Douglas A-1 XBT2D-1 Skyraider, March 18th, 1945. Ordered in 1944 it was a creation of Ed Heinemann, although late for WW2 it would go on for decades as an attack aircraft and in ASW variants.
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First flight of the Douglas A-1 XBT2D-1 Skyraider, March 18th, 1945. Ordered in 1944 it was a creation of Ed Heinemann, although late for WW2 it would go on for decades as an attack aircraft and in ASW variants.

First flight of the Douglas A-1 XBT2D-1 Skyraider, March 18th, 1945. Ordered in 1944 it was a creation of Ed…

Leave a Comment on A crew member examines his B-24 after taking flak over Iwo Jima, 1944
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A crew member examines his B-24 after taking flak over Iwo Jima, 1944

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Fw-190 fighter bomber variant in France, 1944.

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US Ta-152 equivalent, the 2000+ hp P-75 “Eagle”, cancelled in late 1944.

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