Les "U-Boote" de la seconde guerre mondiale en photos
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Col. Bill Harris, 94 years old, is a WWII ace with fifteen aerial kills of Japanese aircraft, and flew the mission that shot down and killed Japanese Admiral Yamamoto. This Lockheed P-38 Lightning is painted exactly like the one he flew in the Pacific.
The final two aerial kills of WWII took place in the Pacific, they were made without firing a shot by the P-61 Lady in the Dark!
The P-61B Black Widow, manufactured by Northrop, is distinguished by being the first American military aircraft specially designed to use radar. Distinctive in shape with its twin engines and twin-boom, this night-fighter flew in all theaters during WWII, including the skies over Germany, Mediterranean Sea, Pacific Ocean, and even to those over China. Powered by a pair of
Consolidated B-24 Liberator Bomber
U.S. Air Force Consolidated B-24 Liberator history, specifications, photographs, production recap, and the Ford Willow Run Assembly Plant in Michigan, and surviving B-24 aircraft.
Luftwaffe’s personnel gather around a Messerschmitt Bf 110 (already displaying Iraqi markings) at Tatoi Airfield, Athens, on May 14, 1941, likely during a stop on the 36 hours-long ferry flight to Mosul via French Syria. The aircraft, with the nose painted with the distinctive ‘shark mouth’ unique to this unit, is one of the Bf 110 belonging to 4. Staffel/ZG 76.