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Hawker Tempest

Hawker Tempest

Aircraft of the Royal Air Force Hawker Tempest. - Category:Battle of Normandy - Wikimedia Commons

Hawker Tempest

Tempest Mark V, of No. 80 Squadron, on a dispersal at an airfield in Holland, late 1944

The Junkers Ju 87 or Stuka was a German dive bomber and ground-attack aircraft designed by Hermann Pohlmann and first flew in 1935. The Ju 87 made its combat debut in 1937 with the Luftwaffe's Condor Legion during the Spanish Civil War. It served the Axis forces in World War II.

Stuka Tank-Buster - Kind of looks like a model with some photo editing, but they did have these so it could be the real thing.

Republic P-47 Thunderbolt

The Republic Thunderbolt, also known as Jug, was the largest, most expensive and heaviest fighter in aviation history to be powered by a single internal combustion engine. It was one of the main fighters of the United States air force during World War II.

A Supermarine Spitfire Mk-18 in flight Canvas Art - Scott GermainStocktrek Images (35 x 23)

A Supermarine Spitfire Mk-18 in flight Canvas Art - Scott GermainStocktrek Images (35 x 23)

Hawker Tempest Mark V  на переднем плане оснащён экспериментальным кольцевым радиатором.

"Last of the big, butch piston engined warriors" KB RAF Hawker Tempest Mk V - World War 2

Hawker Typhoon Mark IB of No. 56 Squadron RAF runs up its engine in a revetment at Matlask, Norfolk, before taking off on a 'Rhubarb' (a harassing fighter operation) over Holland.

Typhoon with the RAF getting ready for takeoff / destination Holland - Australian War Memorial

FlightAware Aviation Photos: Uploaded by user MoonM Messerschmitt Bf Emil, inair at KPAE

This beautiful image shows a WWII era Spitfire starting its V-12, 27-litre (1,650 cubic inch) Merlin engine. The Merlin was (arguably) the most success...

Spitfire Wallpaper

Spitfire of the Royal Air Force Memorial Flight (RAFMF) piloted by Wg Cdr Godders Godfrey performs a hot start during the RAFMF Public Display AuthorityPicture: SAC Graham Taylor