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Dawn of Infamy - A Japanese Navy B5N2 Kate approaches Battleship Row over Pearl Harbor on the morning of 7 December 1941.    Original oil painting (12" x 16") by aviation artist Kevin Weber.

“Dawn of Infamy” - Imperial Japanese Navy Kate, piloted by Mitsuo Fuchida from carrier Akagi, approaches Battleship Row over Pearl Harbor on the morning of December Original oil painting by aviation artist Kevin Weber. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

The Aichi (Allied reporting name was a World War II carrier-borne…

B5N2 Kate torpedo run at Pearl Harbor

Kate ~ Nakajima ~ Pearl Harbor Images Low flying Zeke's from Hiryu strafe Wheeler Field, by Tom Freeman ~ BFD

Stuka Junkers Ju87 ~ BFDthis airplane has been listed by many authors is one of the top 25 most influential aircraft during the second world war.

Stuka Junkers ~ BFDthis airplane has been listed by many authors is one of the top 25 most influential aircraft during the second world war.

Rebel...

James Dean and Natalie Wood in Rebel Without a Cause. Directed by Nicholas Ray, movie released in

Aviation and Transport Art "Short Stirlings"

Aviation and Transport Art "Short Stirlings" - 602 Squadron Short Stirling glider tugs crossing the Rhine moments before releasing the Airborne Division in their Horsa gliders

Imperial Japanese Navy, Dawn of Pearl Harbour

Japanese Mitsubishi Zeros make their way toward the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor.

Dan Zoernig - "Haleiwa Scramble" An excellent rendering of a Tomahawk.either Ken Taylor or George Welch near Pearl Harbor.

九九艦爆

The Aichi design started with low-mounted elliptical wings inspired by the Heinkel He 70 Blitz. It flew slowly enough that the drag from the landing gear was not a serious issue, so fixed gear was used for simplicity.

Aviation art

"Yesterday, December A date which will live in infamy. The United States Navy base in Hawaii, was suddenly and deliberately attacked, by the Empire of Japan.

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