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Ar 234 操縦室

Arado Ar 234 cockpit the world first operational bomber

The gunner's position in the tail of a Boeing B-52D Stratofortress. (U.S. Air Force)

“ Boeing A view the tail gunner station in a In later models, the gunner was stationed with the rest of the aircrew.

"The Arado Ar 234 was the world's first operational jet-powered bomber, built by the German Arado company in the closing stages of World War II. Produced in very limited numbers, it was used almost entirely in the reconnaissance role, but in its few uses as a bomber it proved to be nearly impossible to intercept. It was the last Luftwaffe aircraft to fly over England during the war, in April 1945."

Arado Blitz Captured jet bomber reconnaissance Arado Ar 234 Blitz & a pair of aircraft Junkers Ju near Manching Germany April

Handley Page Halifax Mk VII

Like most things in aviation — and society — evolution occurs. The cockpit of the warbird has evolved more than many. From the very early days of the open cockpit aircraft with fleece-lined leather…

PBY-5A Catalina at rest in water.

PBY-5A Catalina at rest in water.

軍用機・旅客機・スペースシャトルなどのコックピットを捉えた美麗な写真集 - GIGAZINE

One of the more popular military transport aircraft during the Second World War was developed by the Douglas Skytrain, also known as Dakota. It is considered to be the best aircraft that was used to transport military personnel.

De Havilland DH-106 Comet 4 aircraft picture

Seen here is the cockpit of the Comet which is in the AirSpace Hall at the Imperial War Museum Duxford Collection. It was taken using the available light (Canon lens, 4 secs, - Photo taken at Duxford (EGSU) in England, United Kingdom on July