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Captured A6M Zero fighter 'Akutan Zero' flying over San Diego, California, United States, Sep 1942

[Photo] Captured A6M Zero fighter 'Akutan Zero' flying over San Diego, California, United States, Sep 1942

[Photo] Captured Zero fighter 'Akutan Zero' flying over San Diego, California, United States, Sep 1942

Ju 88 aircraft in flight in Germany, 1943; note Bf 110 fighter on ground

[Photo] Ju 88 aircraft in flight in Germany, 1943; note Bf 110 fighter on ground

[Photo] Ju 88 aircraft in flight in Germany, note Bf 110 fighter on ground

Messersmitt Bf 109F, I./JG 27, North Africa, 1942

Spanish Hispano Aviación (with Hispano Suiza engine) as Messerschmitt Me "Gelbe Jagdgeschwader in the film German-Spanish film "Stern von Africa (Star of Africa) ¨With Joachim Hansen as Hans-Joachim Marseille, Marianne Koch, Hansjörg Felmy, Horst Frank.

A6M Zero fighter Model 52 exposed at the Yushukan Museum, Tokyo, Japan, September 7, 2009; Note p Cannon Type 99 20-mm exposed in the window

Zero Model 52 fighter on display at the Yushukan Museum, Tokyo, Japan, 7 Sep photo 5 of note Type 99 aircraft cannon in display case and special attack pilot statue outside

Canadian pilot James Henry Whalen posing with his Spitfire fighter, RAF Tangmere, West Sussex, England, United Kingdom, 1941

[Photo] Canadian pilot James Henry Whalen posing with his Spitfire fighter, RAF Tangmere, West Sussex, England, United Kingdom, 1941

[Photo] Canadian pilot James Henry Whalen posing with his Spitfire fighter, RAF…

27 January 1944: Luftwaffe night fighter scores four RAF Lancasters

27 January Luftwaffe night fighter scores four RAF Lancasters

Carrier-based scouts Nakajima С6N Mirt of 762 kokutai.

bmashina: “ Carrier-based scouts Nakajima Mirt of 762 kokutai.

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Sgt Angelo Spiros Klonis during the Battle of Saipan. Klonis, a Greek immigrant from Cephalonia, became one of the iconic images of WWII thanks to famed photographer W.

飛行第53戦隊の二式複座戦闘機丙型丁装備(キ45改丙

The Kawasaki Toryu (屠龍, "Dragon Slayer") was a two-seat, twin-engine fighter used by the Imperial Japanese Army in World War II. The army gave it the designation "Type 2 Two-Seat Fighter"; the Allied reporting name was "Nick".

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