Yasushi Shimizu

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Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6 5./JG52 Walter Wolfrum Crimea 1944

Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6 5./JG52 Walter Wolfrum Crimea 1944

1161x781. Nakajima ki-84 HAYATE, Ki-43 HAYABUSA.

Japanese figthers remains in the post war- and figthers photographed on a Imperial Japanese army air service base in Korea post-war The in the foreground is from the Hiko-Sentai, the next one in line belonged to the Hiko-Sentai HQ Chutai.

During WWII, he single-handedly protected a bomber squadron against German planes... even when he ran out of ammo. They called him the “One Man Airforce” a

During WWII, he single-handedly protected a bomber squadron against German planes... even when he ran out of ammo. They called him the “One Man Airforce” a

The often forgotten Squadron Ground Crew. Members of No.1 Squadron RCAF ground crew tend to a Hawker Hurricane. While Leading Aircraftman P.J. Thurgeon removes the port wheel, because of faulty brakes, Sergeant Bob Fair checks to see if the craft should go into maintenance to be repaired. Often forgotten, No.1’s ground crew worked tirelessly to keep the aircraft in good repair; without them the squadron could not have flown. July 1941

Members of Squadron RCAF ground crew tend to a Hawker Hurricane. While Leading Aircraftman P. Thurgeon removes the port wheel, because of faulty brakes, Sergeant Bob Fair checks to see if the craft should go into maintenance to be repaired.

American pilots of No. 71 (Eagle) Squadron RAF gathered in front of one of their Hawker Hurricanes at Kirton-in-Lindsey, Lincolnshire, 17 March 1941.

American pilots of No. 71 (Eagle) Squadron RAF gathered in front of one of their Hawker Hurricanes at Kirton-in-Lindsey, Lincolnshire, 17 March

Ground crew servicing a Supermarine Spitfire WW2

Aircraftman Jim Birkett (close-up) and Leading Aircraftman Wally Passmore working on the portside Merlin engine of a Supermarine Spitfire of.