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German Me-163 KOMET. Over 300 aircraft were built, but the Komet proved ineffective in its dedicated role as a interceptor aircraft and was responsible for the destruction of only about nine Allied aircraft

German Me-163 KOMET. Over 300 aircraft were built, but the Komet proved ineffective in its dedicated role as a interceptor aircraft and was responsible for the destruction of only about nine Allied aircraft

World War II in Color: American Bombers and Their Crews, 1942

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DAYTON, Ohio -- Focke-Wulf Fw 190D-9 at the National Museum of the United States Air Force.

DAYTON, Ohio -- Focke-Wulf Fw 190D-9 at the National Museum of the United States Air Force.

American Aircraft of World War II introduction page

American Aircraft of World War II introduction page

Chance-Vought F4U Corsair was one of the most lethal aircraft of its time. Fast and heavily armed with an extended range, it was one of the United States' finest fighting machines in World War II and the Korean Conflict. "Korean War Hero" is a tribute to those fighting machines and the men who flew them.

Chance-Vought F4U Corsair was one of the most lethal aircraft of its time. Fast and heavily armed with an extended range, it was one of the United States' finest fighting machines in World War II and the Korean Conflict. "Korean War Hero" is a tribute to those fighting machines and the men who flew them.

Avions de la seconde Guerre mondiale Photographie sur AllPosters.fr

Avions de la Seconde Guerre mondiale

Avions de la seconde Guerre mondiale Photographie sur AllPosters.fr

Paul Newman served in the United States Navy in World War II in the Pacific theater. Unable to be a pilot, because he was colour blind, he was sent instead to boot camp and then received further training as a radioman and gunner. He qualified as a rear-seat radioman and gunner in torpedo bombers, in 1944. He later flew from aircraft carriers as a turret gunner in an Avenger torpedo bomber. As a radioman-gunner, he served aboard the USS Bunker Hill during the Battle of Okinawa, 1945.

Paul Newman served in the United States Navy in World War II in the Pacific theater. Unable to be a pilot, because he was colour blind, he was sent instead to boot camp and then received further training as a radioman and gunner. He qualified as a rear-seat radioman and gunner in torpedo bombers, in 1944. He later flew from aircraft carriers as a turret gunner in an Avenger torpedo bomber. As a radioman-gunner, he served aboard the USS Bunker Hill during the Battle of Okinawa, 1945.

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Magazine centrefold showing different versions of the Spitfire painted in the markings of various squadrons and air forces. Profiles of this type provide invaluable reference for researchers and aircraft modellers. Designed by Reginald Mitchell and powered by a Rolls-Royce Merlin engine, the Spitfire was integral to Britain's front-line air defence during World War II, and together with the Hawker Hurricane fighter played a key role in the Battle of Britain of 1940

Magazine centrefold showing different versions of the Spitfire painted in the markings of various squadrons and air forces. Profiles of this type provide invaluable reference for researchers and aircraft modellers. Designed by Reginald Mitchell and powered by a Rolls-Royce Merlin engine, the Spitfire was integral to Britain's front-line air defence during World War II, and together with the Hawker Hurricane fighter played a key role in the Battle of Britain of 1940

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