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Air Display Celebrating The Anniversary of The Battle of Britain. Supermarine Spitfire and The Modern Hawker Typhoon.

Celebrating the aircraft designed and built on Long Island, along with some other planes I think are beautiful.

foto van I love WWII Vehicles.

What a fantastic photo of a Spitfire from Mid-Atlantic Air Museums.

The Nieuport was a French World War I single seat fighter aircraft, designed by Gustave Delage. Here flying in Italian colours

Bell-Boeing MV-22B Osprey

Osprey ( the blades illuminate due to sand from the desert being blown into the revolving Ospreys blades ) ✅

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Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Avro Lancaster bomber, "City of Lincoln". One of only 2 flying worldwide, the other being with Canadian Warplane Heritage.

SEPECAT Jaguar GR.3 - Royal Air Force (RAF), United Kingdom

Sam the Rocketman, Keen interests in astronomy, world war, history, coldwar era and metal.

Magnificent men: A Spifire in the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight is pictured. Photographer Keith Wilson was given full official access to the Flight to give a pictorial insight

Glorious photographs capture RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight that pays tribute to airmen who saved us from tyranny of the Nazis

Glorious photographs capture RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight that pays…

French Bloch MB.200 medium bomber (introduction - 1935; build - 332; speed - 285 km/h; bombs - 1,200 kg)

French Bloch medium bomber (introduction - build - speed - 285 km/h;

The Vickers Wellesley was a British 1930s light bomber built by Vickers-Armstrongs at Brooklands near Weybridge, Surrey, for the Royal Air Force. While it was obsolete by the start of the Second World War and unsuited to the European air war, the Wellesley was operated in the desert theatres of East Africa, Egypt and the Middle East. It was one of two planes named after Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, the other being the Vickers Wellington.

The Vickers Wellesley was a British light bomber built by…

Dehavilland Mosquito, figter bomber. 400mph, 4*.303 machine guns, 4*20mm cannon, 8*60mm rockets. and sometimes bombs as well. Not bad for a flying piano.: Mosquito Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Finest Aircraft, Airplanes, Wood, England Aircraft Mosquito, A

When the Mosquito entered production in it was one of the fastest operational aircraft in the world.Entering widespread service in the Mosquito first operated as a high-speed, high-altitude photo-reconnaissance aircraft, and continued to opera

Henschel HS-129B-3 - was a Close Support and Ground Attack Aircraft – Powered by: 2 × Gnome-Rhône 14-Cylinder Air Cooled, Radial Engines, Rated at: 700 hp Each – Armament: 2 x 13mm MG 131 Machine Guns (Nose) 2 x 20mm 151/20 Cannons (Nose) 4 x 110 lb Fragmentation Bombs (Belly Racks) or 1 x 30mm Mk 101 Armor-Piercing Cannon or 1 x 37mm BK 3.7 Cannon or 1 x 75mm BK 7.5 Cannon (12 Round Mag) (Belly Gun Pod) and 2 x 110 lb Bombs (Under-Wing Racks) – 25 were Built (June-September 1944) (1)

british-eevee: “ A pilot in his ground attacker (Date and location unknown) ”


Formation of Boeing of the USAAF bomber squadron, nicknamed the American Luftwaffe for accidentally bombing allied troops, in flight over England