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Aviação em Floripa: Uma arma curiosa

Aviação em Floripa: Uma arma curiosa

Flying Fw 190A-5; Saga of a survivor

Flying Fw 190A-5; Saga of a survivor

Messerschmitt ME-262 Schwalbe (Swallow). The worlds' first production jet aircraft produced by Germany near the end of World War II. Also one of the first fighters to feature tricycle gear. Originally designed as a tail dragger, it was unable to take off due to blast on the rear flaps.

Messerschmitt ME-262 Schwalbe (Swallow). The worlds' first production jet aircraft produced by Germany near the end of World War II. Also one of the first fighters to feature tricycle gear. Originally designed as a tail dragger, it was unable to take off due to blast on the rear flaps.

P-47 Thunderbolts in formation Pre D-day no invasion stripes.

P-47 Thunderbolts in formation Pre D-day no invasion stripes.

Picture of the Lockheed XP-58 Chain Lightning

Picture of the Lockheed XP-58 Chain Lightning

FalkeEins - The Luftwaffe & WWII aviation blog : a page devoted to Luftwaffe 'colour' photos and images - camouflage and markings, Bf 110, Fw 190 and Bf 109 -this page last updated December 2015

FalkeEins - The Luftwaffe & WWII aviation blog : a page devoted to Luftwaffe 'colour' photos and images - camouflage and markings, Bf 110, Fw 190 and Bf 109 -this page last updated December 2015

Major Ralph Kuster shoots down a North Vietnamese MiG-17 with his F-105's 20mm cannon.    The U.S. Air Force shot down 137 MiG fighters during the Vietnam War, 61 of which were MiG-17s.

Major Ralph Kuster shoots down a North Vietnamese MiG-17 with his F-105's 20mm cannon. The U.S. Air Force shot down 137 MiG fighters during the Vietnam War, 61 of which were MiG-17s.

Once in a while, you hear an old war story that restores your faith in humanity. A new book explores the incredible encounter of two WWII pilots in mid-air -- a rookie American on his first bombing mission, piloting a crippled aircraft that was missing an engine and a German flying ace who not only saluted, then spared the rookie, but escorted him out of enemy airspace.

Once in a while, you hear an old war story that restores your faith in humanity. A new book explores the incredible encounter of two WWII pilots in mid-air -- a rookie American on his first bombing mission, piloting a crippled aircraft that was missing an engine and a German flying ace who not only saluted, then spared the rookie, but escorted him out of enemy airspace.

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Horten Ho 229

Horten Ho 229