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Curtiss Tomahawks Mark IIBs of No. 112 Squadron RAF at LG 102 in the Sidi Heneish area, Egypt. In the foreground is AN218 'B' "Menace", flown by Flying Officer N Bowker who had shot down a Savoia Marchetti SM79 in it on 14 September 1941. The second aircraft is AK461 'A', which was destroyed in combat over Sidi Rezegh on 25 November 1941. This photograph constituted the first public appearance of 112 Squadron's famous 'Sharkmouth' insignia, when published in October 1941.

CM Curtiss Tomahawks Mark IIBs of No. 112 Squadron RAF at LG 102 in the Sidi Heneish area Egypt. In the foreground is 'B' "Menace" flown by Flying Officer N Bowker who had shot down a Savoia Marchetti in it on 14 September 1941

PBY-5A Catalina at rest in water.

PBY-5A Catalina at rest in water.

Revealed... 70 years on: The forgotten hero who became the first U.S. air force…

Revealed... 70 years on: The forgotten hero who became the first U.S. air force officer killed in Europe in World War II

Liberator in Flight. This plane was actually the worst plane of WWII.

B 24 Liberator with Shark Mouth in Italy 15th Air Force 1944

Liberator with Shark mouth, air force, Italy 1944 (notice it's opponent.

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Bomber B-17G-25-DL Sweet Pea (serial number 42-38078) 429 Squadron 2nd Bomb Group of the 15th Air Army US Air Force received a direct hit flak during a raid on the Hungarian city of Debrecen 21/09/1944 . Despite the critical damage the pilot Guy Miller (Guy M. Miller) was able to hold on to the airfield Amendola car in Italy.

Time-tested Advice About Fixing Your Car Problems. Photo by It is time for you to get serious about car repair so that you're not getting into situations that you don't want to be in.

Flying Tiger - John Gutmann---grandfather was a flying tiger

(Warhawk) Flying Tiger, with Pilot wearing Blood Chit on Jacket, promising a reward to be paid for his safe delivery back into allied hands. Some great escape and evade stories from rescues of pilots and crews.

French born American Major Raoul Lufbery, standing by his Spad S.VII of 'Escadrille de Lafayette'. He was shot down over French lines on the 18th May 1918. (Captain Eddie Rickenbacker, said of Lufbery: "Everything I learned, I learned from Lufbery.")

Gervais Raoul Lufbery March 1885 – May 1918 was a French-American…

The B29 Kee Bird, abandoned plane, near Thule, Greenland Most heartbreaking story, excavated from the glacier and rebuilt in situ the plane caught fire during taxi to take off and burned to the ice before flying out.

The Kee Bird, abandoned plane, near Thule, Greenland Most heartbreaking story, excavated from the glacier and rebuilt in situ the plane caught fire during taxi to take off and burned to the ice before flying out.

1944 WW II REPUBLIC AVIATION P-47 Thunderbolt WWII WW2 AD Farmingdale NY

1944 WW II REPUBLIC AVIATION P-47 Thunderbolt WWII WW2 AD Farmingdale NY

Army Air Forces Federal C2 wrecker

This is the Army Air Forces Federal Aircraft recovery truck. These trucks were used to recover downed or crashed aircraft for salvage and repair. It was the wrecker of the USAAF.

USAF: Fairchild C-123K Provider - 54-0652 (cn 20101) C-123 Provider flown by my squadron-The 19th Tactical Airlift Squadron-Call sign Bookie

Provider flown by the Tactical Airlift Squadron, call sign Bookie - Vietnam, June 1970

'The Last Time' DC-3 Gathering at Whiteside Airport, Rock Falls, Illinois | image © Tyson V. Ringinger

'The Last Time' Gathering at Whiteside Airport, Rock Falls, Illinois

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