"What a job! Still easier to reload a Hurri than a Spit." KB 11873541_752736064856188_847161382085056739_n

"What a job! Still easier to reload a Hurri than a Spit." KB 11873541_752736064856188_847161382085056739_n

Hawker Hurricane Mk I, F / L James Nicolson VC, No. 249 Squadron, Royal Air Force, August 16, During World War II, the F / L James Nicolson was the only pilot of Fighter Command to receive the Victoria Cross. On August 16, 1940, his plane was hit by cannon fire and caught fire. As he was about to parachute, he realized that his opponent had just passed before him. He went back into the flames in the cockpit to bring him down and was badly burned.1940 - Bravo Bravo Aviation.

Hawker Hurricane Mk I, F / L James Nicolson VC, No. 249 Squadron, Royal Air Force, August 16, During World War II, the F / L James Nicolson was the only pilot of Fighter Command to receive the Victoria Cross. On August 16, 1940, his plane was hit by cannon fire and caught fire. As he was about to parachute, he realized that his opponent had just passed before him. He went back into the flames in the cockpit to bring him down and was badly burned.1940 - Bravo Bravo Aviation.

In the summer of 1940, Major Adolf Galland’s III.Gruppe / Jagdgeschwader 26 (JG 26) “Schlageter” was based at Caffiers airfield east of Calais, from where it flew missions over England

In the summer of 1940, Major Adolf Galland’s III.Gruppe / Jagdgeschwader 26 (JG 26) “Schlageter” was based at Caffiers airfield east of Calais, from where it flew missions over England

A fighter pilot of one of the Czechoslovak Spitfire squadrons in the RAF and his dog, Sally, a German Shepherd mix, are meeting after a bombing mission.

A fighter pilot of one of the Czechoslovak Spitfire squadrons in the RAF and his dog, Sally, a German Shepherd mix, are meeting after a bombing mission.

World War II - U.S. A-20 Havoc of the 89th Squadron, 3rd Attack Group, at the moment it clears a Japanese merchant ship following a successful skip bombing attack. Wewak, New Guinea, March 1944

World War II - U.S. A-20 Havoc of the 89th Squadron, 3rd Attack Group, at the moment it clears a Japanese merchant ship following a successful skip bombing attack. Wewak, New Guinea, March 1944

Pinterest
Search