Carta de identificación de aviones. 1942.

1942 WWII Warplane Identification Chart, German and British Air Force


1922 Vintage AVIATION French Dictionary Illustration

1922 Vintage AVIATION French Dictionary by sushipotvintage on Etsy

Antonov 225

Turning the giant of giants onto final. A beautiful shot of the most amazing aircraft in the world; the Antonov 224 in winter afternoon sun. Enjoy this fascinating feat of aviation and engineering!

German pilot escorts a badly shot up B-17 out of German territory and out to sea and safety. Years later, German Bf 109 Ace pilot Franz Stigler and B-17 pilot Charlie Brown finally meet in person.

German pilot in WWII spared an American pilot over Germany only to reunite 40 years later and become fishing buddies - WAR HISTORY ONLINE

mosquito cockpit photos - Google-søgning

The Bristol Blenheim was an pre-war British high speed bomber but due to the rapid advance of aircraft technology it was Soon™ out classed and so often o.

Waco OpenCockpit Biplane vintage airplane

Waco Open-Cockpit Biplane vintage airplane watercolor print, 8x10"

A fighter aircraft is a forces aircraft designed primarily designed for air-to-air combat opposed to other aircraft,[1] having the status of conflicting to bombers and attack aircraft, whose key mission is to attack ground targets. The hallmarks of a fighter are its hurry, maneuverability, and insignificant size next of kin to other combat aircraft.

The Bugatti is an airplane that might have tilted the balance of the air war during WWII if the Germans had found it. Bugatti designed a 500 mph computer-controlled airplane for the 1939 air race. The war broke out and he hid it from the Nazis.

Here is the third part of our collection of photos of WWI.

The Pilot and Observer of a Royal Aircraft Factory biplane (serial number of No. 59 Squadron receiving instructions before "taking off" from Vert-Galant Aerodrome, France. of May 1918 (Colourised by Benjamin Thomas from Australia) [© IWM Q

German AGO C.I 1903/15 of the Bayerische Feldflieger Abteilung 9.

German AGO C.I of the Bayerische Feldflieger Abteilung "The Ago Fluggesellschaft Gmbh of Johannisthal was established in 1912 as the Berlin.