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[Photo] Deux monstres allemands en formation

[Photo] Deux monstres allemands en formation

Messerschmitt Me 262 in formation with a Messerschmittt Bf

Le Kawanishi N1K1 Kyofu (vent puissant) est un hydravion de chasse fabriqué par le Japon pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Il fut mis en service au moment où il n'était plus utile. Il fut surnommé « Rex » par les Alliés. Il servit de base aux chasseurs terrestres N1K1-J et N1K2-J. Wikipédia

Le Kawanishi N1K1 Kyofu (vent puissant) est un hydravion de chasse fabriqué par le Japon pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Il fut mis en service au moment où il n'était plus utile. Il fut surnommé « Rex » par les Alliés. Il servit de base aux chasseurs terrestres N1K1-J et N1K2-J. Wikipédia

I bet when a shitstorm of 40mm depleted uranium hits your vehicle, that is going to put a damper in your plans for the day

I bet when a shitstorm of 40mm depleted uranium hits your vehicle, that is going to put a damper in your plans for the day

Cobalt Co50-Valkyrie // The Co50 Valkyrie | Cobalt www.cobalt-aircraft.com/co50-valkyrie/ The Valkyrie is one of the fastest piston aircraft on the market, and is designed to be the safest. Inspired by classic fighter jets with clean lines and.

Cobalt Co50-Valkyrie // The Co50 Valkyrie | Cobalt www.cobalt-aircraft.com/co50-valkyrie/ The Valkyrie is one of the fastest piston aircraft on the market, and is designed to be the safest. Inspired by classic fighter jets with clean lines and.

Aircraft Graveyard --- B-52 at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base near Tucson, Arizona, United States (N 32°11' W 110°53') Hundreds of B52 Stratofortress bombers are stored at Davis–Monthan Air Force Base in the Arizona desert. These planes, whose flying days are probably over, are nevertheless preserved for spare | http://funnycommercialadsphotos.blogspot.com

Aircraft Graveyard --- B-52 at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base near Tucson, Arizona, United States (N 32°11' W 110°53') Hundreds of B52 Stratofortress bombers are stored at Davis–Monthan Air Force Base in the Arizona desert. These planes, whose flying days are probably over, are nevertheless preserved for spare | http://funnycommercialadsphotos.blogspot.com

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