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Airmen hiding a camoflaged Luftwaffe Messerschmitt Bf 110 twin engined heavy fighter under netting and branches on an improvised airfield during the Second World War. Contemporary propaganda postcard. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Airmen hiding a camoflaged Luftwaffe Messerschmitt Bf 110 twin engined heavy fighter under netting and branches on an improvised airfield during the Second World War. Contemporary propaganda postcard. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Bristol Blenheim Mark IV, R3600, of No. 110 Squadron RAF, undergoes an elaborate servicing for the photographer at RAF Wattisham, Suffolk. Armourers unload 250lb GP bombs and Small Bomb Containers (SBCs) of incendiaries from a trolley, while other ground-crew refuel the aircraft and attend to the engines, the cockpit and the gun-turret, accompanied by a pet dog on the engine cowling. June 1940

Bristol Blenheim Mark IV, of No. 110 Squadron RAF, undergoes an elaborate servicing for the photographer at RAF Wattisham, Suffolk.

Messerschmitt BfF-110d & ground crew in North Africa 1941

Messerschmitt BfF-110d & ground crew in North Africa 1941

Local workers help RAF fitters change the engine of a Lockheed Hudson at Yundum in the Gambia, April 1943. (Image: IWM)

Local workers help RAF fitters change the engine of a Lockheed Hudson at Yundum in the Gambia, April 1943. (Image: IWM)

Fokker D.XXI. "FR-125" at Hyvinkää. 11 July 1941.

Fokker D.XXI. "FR-125" at Hyvinkää. 11 July 1941.

May 1940. Ground crew refuelling a Hawker Hurricane Mk. I of 501 Squadron RAF from an Albion AM 463 petrol bowser at Betheniville, France. Ron Eisele

May 1940. Ground crew refuelling a Hawker Hurricane Mk. I of 501 Squadron RAF from an Albion AM 463 petrol bowser at Betheniville, France. Ron Eisele

Ground crew starting 357th Fighter Group commander Col. Edward S. Chickering’s P-39Q the hard way - with the hand crank to get the inertia starter going. Hamilton Field, California, United States, July 1943 Source United States Air Force

Ground crew starting 357th Fighter Group commander Col. Edward S. Chickering’s P-39Q the hard way - with the hand crank to get the inertia starter going. Hamilton Field, California, United States, July 1943 Source United States Air Force

二战期间的日本战机:“豹纹”涂装也是醉了_手机网易网

二战期间的日本战机:“豹纹”涂装也是醉了_手机网易网

Flying officer D.E. Pank, RAAF, taxiing his P40 Kittyhawk along the dispersal runway

Flying officer D.E. Pank, RAAF, taxiing his P40 Kittyhawk along the dispersal runway

A Hawker Typhoon Mark IB (s/n EK139, "HH-N") "Dirty Dora", of No 175 Squadron, Royal Air Force, undergoing servicing in a blast-walled dispersal point at Colerne. Two dummy bombs for practice loading on to the wing racks can be seen in the foreground.

A Hawker Typhoon Mark IB (s/n "HH-N") "Dirty Dora", of No 175 Squadron, Royal Air Force, undergoing servicing in a blast-walled dispersal point at Colerne. Two dummy bombs for practice loading on to the wing racks can be seen in the foreground.