Jakub Lukeš

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Macchi MC 200 Saetta

Italian air force armorers replenish the machine gun ammunition of a Macchi Saetta (Lightning) for use with the plane's MGs, Castelvetrano, Sicily, For some reason, the plane appears to have no tail wheel and to be supported by an oil drum.

Messerschmitt Bf 110E Zerstorer 2.(F)14 ,5F+PK, N.Africa .

Messerschmitt Bf 110E Zerstorer 2.(F)14 ,5F+PK, N.Africa .

TADJI AIRSTRIP, AITAPE, NORTH EAST NEW GUINEA. 1945-03-30. THIS BOMB LOAD ON THE TROLLEYS IS FOR THE JAPANESE IN THE TORRICELLI MOUNTAINS OF NEW GUINEA AND IS TO BE DELIVERED BY BEAUFORT BOMBER ...

TADJI AIRSTRIP, AITAPE, NORTH EAST NEW GUINEA. 1945-03-30. THIS BOMB LOAD ON THE TROLLEYS IS FOR THE JAPANESE IN THE TORRICELLI MOUNTAINS OF NEW GUINEA AND IS TO BE DELIVERED BY BEAUFORT BOMBER ...

A bomb-train of sixteen 250lb bombs arriving to be loaded by the waiting Royal Air Force armourers into a Short Stirling bomber (s/n N6101) ...

A bomb-train of sixteen bombs arriving to be loaded by the waiting Royal Air Force armourers into Short Stirling bomber of No. 1651 Heavy Conversion Unit at Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire. was one of the first built by Short and Harland at Belfast.

Ground crewmen at an Allied airfield await orders to begin arming a North American P-51 Mustang fighter for its next mission deep into Germany. The drop tanks, ammunition, and bombs may indicate that the Mustang will embark on a fighter-bomber sortie in support of Allied ground troops.

Air Force ground crew with the typical ordnance (machine gun ammunition, bombs, and drop tanks) for Mustang fighters in action over Europe during WWII.

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