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Mitsubishi Zero Cockpit

The Allies' main opponent in the Pacific air war, the Zero is the most famous symbol of Japanese air power during World War II. The fighter first flew in April and Mitsubishi, Nakajima, Hitachi and the Japanese navy produced Zeros from,

Grumman F3F-2 Cockpit #biplane #1930s

The last a model, was retired from flying in November, ending almost a decade of service for the Grumman single-seat biplane fighters.

Dornier Do 335 Pfeil (Arrow) Cockpit.

Detailed image of the Dornier Do 335 Pfeil (Arrow) Fighter-Bomber / Heavy Fighter Aircraft aircraft cockpit

Curtiss P-40N Warhawk

This Warhawk Air Museum is no hangar queen. It flys a lot. - Photo taken at Nampa - Municipal (Ritchey Field) (MAN) in Idaho, USA on April

Picture showing the unusual dual-stick controls of the Avro Lancaster Bomber City of Lincoln. The City of Lincoln is the only airworthy Lancaster left in Britain.

Avro Lancaster - Picture showing the unusual dual-stick controls of the Avro Lancaster Bomber City of Lincoln. The City of Lincoln is the only airworthy Lancaster left in Britain.

Spitfire Mark I cockpit

A Spitfire's control panel. This is what Amity sees every time she flies into battle.

The cockpit of the Avro Lancaster 1, the famous WW2 Heavy Bomber  © Trustees of the RAF Museum : Notice, they didn't have a co-pilot!

The cockpit of the Avro Lancaster the famous Heavy Bomber © Trustees of the RAF Museum : Notice, they didn't have a co-pilot!

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