Army troops pause for a look at a Japanese seaplane during the battle of Makin. The plane was under repair in the lagoon when the invasion started. The Japanese used it as a machine gun nest until American fliers took care of it.
JF Ptak Science Books Quick Post This is a not-frequently-seen schematic of the Royal Air Force's Sunderland, a flying boat, and the largest airplane in British service, pictured and slightly dissected in Popular Mechanics in (Apologies for the blurry.
1943 - Female signaller communicating with the flying boat 'Berwick', part of the British Overseas Airways Corporation fleet of flying boats operating during World War Two, June (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)