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P-51C Mustang Donald S. Lopez sits inside the cockpit of hisP-51C Mustang "Lope's Hope III," in Chiahkiang, China, Nov. 11, 1944. He served with the 23rd Fighter Group, 14th Air Force.

A P-38F Lightning nicknamed "Glacier Girl" being recovered after 50 years under 265 feet of ice.

F.W. Hunter, Army test pilot, Douglas Aircraft Company plant at Long Beach, Calif. (LOC) by The Library of Congress, via Flickr

Part of the cowling for one of the motors for a B-25 bomber is assembled in the engine department of North American [Aviation, Inc.]'s Inglewood, Calif., plant (LOC) by The Library of Congress, via Flickr

Consolidated PBY- 5A Catalina

Le blog de Romain Hugault: Ferté 2010.

Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc and the white cliffs.

A stunning photograph of the P-38 Lightning "Glacier Girl", piloted by Steve Hinton. This aircraft was dug out from 268-feet of ice in Eastern Greenland in 1992. Photo Credit: USAF

B-24 Liberator - Lady Be Good, running low on fuel, Pilot 1st Lt Hatton shut down 3 of the 4 engines to conserve gasoline, but in the end the fliers were forced to bail out. They did not try to land the Lady with its radio and precious supply of food & water because they thought they were over the sea. Eight of the 9 men came down about 15 miles from the crash site but did not search for the plane. The 9th man, bombardier 2Lt Lt John S. Woravka did not join up & his body was never found.

B-17 Flying Fortress Ball Turret

In 1942, 24 year old Denis Copping crash landed in the Saharan Desert in a damaged P-40 fighter aircraft. Lost for 70 years, the wreck, in remarkable condition, was discovered last month.

B-25 Mitchell bomber

Nose guns of a P-38 Lightning aircraft lighting up the night sky as an armorer test-fired weapons after routine maintenance, date unknown

Crew in a B-26. Check the nose gunner smoking a cigarette. Amazing photo!

A forward machine gunner sits at his battle position in the nose of a German Heinkel He 111 bomber, while en route to England in November of 1940. #WW2 @AP Photo Amazing

American Lockheed Lightning participating in the Normandy campaign showing the D-Day invasion stripes.