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Early model B-17

President Franklin D. Roosevelt Inspecting Boeing Flying Fortress, c. Art Print by McMahan Photo Archive

The Blohm & Voss P192  an intended ground attack / dive bomber to replace the aging and outmoded Junkers Ju 87 "Stuka" dive bomber series so critical to the war's early years powered by DB 603G of 1875hp  The engine was not configured in a "pusher" or "puller" arrangement in the true sense of those words but instead buried within the fuselage, the propeller blades protruding from the fuselage skin to enact against air flow.

The Blohm & Voss ground attack / dive bomber to replace the aging and outmoded Junkers Ju 87

A B17 after it collided midair with another B17

could absorb a lot of damage and continue to fly, this is a G model. Really, a superfortress.

Check out these unpublished color photos of World War II American bomber crews

Check out these unpublished color photos of World War II American bomber crews

World War II in Color: American Bombers and Their Crews, 1942

Attack helicopter

Attack helicopter

B17 Flying Fortress

The Boeing Flying Fortress was a four engine long range heavy bomber used in World War II.

1914 - 1918 The Great War  Sopwith Camel

1914 - 1918 The Great War Sopwith Camel

Fw 190D

Fw today or stop by for a tour of our facility! Indoor Units Available! Ideal for Outdoor gear, Furniture, Antiques, Collectibles, etc.

Heinkel He 111

Engine: 2 x BMW VI liquid-cooled inverted HP) ea. Armament: 7 x mm or 1 X MG FF cannon, 1 x machine gun, kg lb) bombs. Max Speed: 440 km/h mph)

Boeing B-17G of the 95th Bomb Group Raid in 1944.

Boeing B-17G of the 95th Bomb Group Raid in 1944.