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B-17 Flying Fortress
The B-17 'Flying Fortress' an awesome bird from another era.
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A B-17 bomber Group 483º 's flying virtually no cabin after its front section exploded by a direct impact of Flak 88 mm, while bomb Budapest, Hungary, on July 14, 1944. This dramatic photo was made by crew members of another Boeing, soon after the explosion, which killed both pilots instantly. The aircraft flew in a straight line for 40 seconds, then turned and went to the floor. Five other crew members managed to jump and became prisoners.
F-1 Lightning Crash.
The RAF Supermarine Spitfire has got to be one of the most classic planes of WW2. Examples can be seen as static exhibits in…
Un B24 Liberator pris au moment du crash pendant l'opération Market Garden, (Hollande Septembre 1944).
Missed landing for Grumman F6F "Hellcat" - BFD
The true story of a German fighter pilot who decided to let a heavily damaged B-17 return home. You will find the full history at this link: http://www.cnn.com/2013/03/09/living/higher-call-military-chivalry/index.html?hpt=hp_c1