Petr Eliáš
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F-15l Ra' am is an Israeli modification of the F-15E Strike Eagle

Israel Air Force best air force on the planet because they get shit done.

Avro Vulcan over the wreck of the B-24 “Lady Be Good”, Libya, date unknown

Avro Vulcan over the wreck of the “Lady Be Good”, Libya, date unknown (via) UPDATE: not the “Lady Be Good”, as reasoned here.

JUL 24 1944 US bombers prepare the ground for Operation Cobra RAF Molesworth (USAAF Station 107), Cambridgeshire, was the home of the 303rd BG from late 1942 until after VE Day in May 1945.

Bomb Wing ready to fly - RAF Molesworth, England -

The Consolidated B-24 Liberator was an American heavy bomber, used in World War II by several Allied air forces and navies, and by every branch of the American armed forces during the war, attaining a distinguished war record with its operations in the Western European, Pacific, Mediterranean, and China-Burma-India Theaters.

DEC 28 1943 Disaster on Vincenza ‘milk run’ for a Liberator A Consolidated Liberator from Maxwell Field, Alabama, four engine pilot school, glistens in the sun as it makes a turn at high altitude.

A Vickers Warwick based at No 179 Squadron, St Eval, Cornwall, England. This squadron was the first to receive this type of aircraft (developed alongside the famous Vickers Wellington) in November 1944 and was used for anti-submarine work over the Bay of Biscay and the Western Approaches

Eval was the first to receive this type (developed alongside the Wellington) in Nov. 1944 and used for anti-submarine work.

Vickers Wellington Bomber

IWM's (Imperial War Museum) superb shot of a Vickers Wellington bomber in flight - wartime_images

Israeli Avia S-199 - This is a post WWII German Messerschmitt BF-109 that Israel ued in the 1948 Arab/Israeli War. It was manufactured in Czechoslovakia using plans and parts left over from Luftwaffe aircraft production.

Israeli Avia - This is a post WWII German Messerschmitt that Israel ued in the 1948 Arab/Israeli War. It was manufactured in Czechoslovakia using plans and parts left over from Luftwaffe aircraft production.