Once in a while, you hear an old war story that restores your faith in humanity. Usually it involves a moment of quiet in the midst of chaos; some singing or the sharing of a few condiments. But how many of them take place in mid air?
“Dawn of Infamy” - Imperial Japanese Navy B5N2 Kate, piloted by Mitsuo Fuchida from carrier Akagi, approaches Battleship Row over Pearl Harbor on the morning of December 7th, 1941. Original oil painting by aviation artist Kevin Weber. Pin by Paolo Marzioli
Incredible Flying: Pictures of Damaged B-24 Liberators That Made it Back Home - https://www.warhistoryonline.com/military-vehicle-news/incredible-flying-pictures-of-damaged-b-24-liberators-that-made-it-back-home.html
九六式陸攻: Mitsubishi G3M ‘Nell’ attack aircraft of the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service. Not exactly the best bomber of WWII, but the G3M is one of the best-looking twin-engine aircraft of the period. (In my opinion anyway.)