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B-24 being shot down by anti-aircraft fire - Imgur

celer-et-audax: Liberator shot down by Japanese anti air It had taken off from Angaur Airfield, flying on a bombing mission against anti-aircraft installations on Koror, Palau Islands.

WWII German bomber crash lands in the English city he blitzed

WWII German bomber crash lands in the English city he blitzed

Heinkel HE 111 medium bomber aircraft. The Heinkel He 111 was a German aircraft…

Corsair, Loading the .50 cal. bullets for the three machine guns in each wing

ferdinand-von-portus: “ Aboard the USS Block Island (CVE a Marine ordnance man works on the cal machine guns of a Vought “Corsair” on one of the ship’s elevators during operations off Okinawa - 5 June 1945 (USMC photo) ”

A Lancaster bomber has performed a flypast over Derwent reservoir, 70 years on from the historic World War II raid on German dams. The reservoir was one of the sites where pilots practiced dangerous low-flying ahead of their mission. More than a third of the men never returned from the raids, which required them to fly 60 feet above ground.

"Dam Buster" Lancaster Bomber - Probably the most beautiful British WWII bomber. max bomb load pounds On the dam raids they carried pounds more than any other aircraft that took part in the second war Flying Officer Ian C Thomson Pilot

North American B-25H Mitchell Barbie III, a "strafer" model with a 75 mm cannon in the nose

"BARBIE III" North American Aviation Mitchell (Sn (cn Owned and Operated by History Flight, Inc., Marathon, Florida - With Cannon and Four cal Machine Guns

Bristol Hercules radial airplane engine - by way of Pete Albrecht's web musings. Looks Like You'd Have to Change Oil Every 10 Minutes.

The Bristol Hercules was a two-row radial aircraft engine designed by Sir Roy Fedden and produced by the Bristol Engine Company starting in

Left to Right: 15 in German battleship Bismarck tons full displacement), 16 in US battleship Iowa tons full displacement), 18 in Japanese battleship Yamato - tons full displacement): interesting comparison.

Hahaha. Yeah right. I would have more scratches and cuts on my skin if I wore that outfit mountain biking!  Oh yeah, don't forget the ponytail and helmet.

I would have more scratches and cuts on my skin if I wore that outfit mountain biking! Oh yeah, don't forget the ponytail and helmet.

Hollywood producers paid two Russian Sukhoi Su-35 pilots and had one of them eject at Mach 2 (yes, seriously!) speed...

Awesome picture of a stunt-pilot ejecting from a Sukhoi prototype. ps: The pilot did fly without canopy, but the ejection was on the ground. The image is from "Mirror Wars: Reflection One"

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