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PostSubject: Actual WWII aircraft pictures - ALLIES   Fri Jan 15, 2010 5:23 am

Dropping the cargo


Mosquito's


That's the Flying Dutchmen posing at their second plane right there Twisted Evil


Maintenance on a what plane?


8th Air Force raid over Germany, 1943


Bombs away!


Pilot


Everyone wants that damn plane


331st droppings


A-26 Invader, Beaumont Sur-Oise, France in late 1944 (colour pic)


Ace of hearts


Bombs away


They didn't make the great rape either (All that remains of THE BAD PENNY following a crash landing at Normandy beachhead airfield, soon after D-Day.)


How close is that?


That's got to be British?


B-29 in colour

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PostSubject: Re: Actual WWII aircraft pictures - ALLIES   Fri Jan 15, 2010 5:34 am

B-17 with an engine on fire dropping its bombs


O shit


B-17 without a cockpit


B-17 rammed by an ME-109


Another time


Safely landed


B-17 formation during the battle of the bulge


B-17 engine hit in Norway, smoldered all the way back to Scotland


That is quite impressive


B-17 pathfinder with H2X radar


Taking flak fire


B-17 in colour

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PostSubject: Re: Actual WWII aircraft pictures - ALLIES   Fri Jan 15, 2010 6:31 am

B-24 loses tail and crashes


B-26 Marauders of the 386th Bomb Group tucked in for the night.


B-29 cockpit


Beaufighter


Believed to be at A-92, St. Trond AF, Belgium - 11 April 1945


Blaney crash


Blaney crash


And drop some more bombs


And even more bombs


Bridge bombing


Bombs from two flights of B-26's of the 386th Bomb Group head for a target in France.


B-24 Liberator under flak fire

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PostSubject: Re: Actual WWII aircraft pictures - ALLIES   Fri Jan 15, 2010 6:42 am

F4U Corsair


Marine F4U's armed with rokets


Nice pose right there


F4U Cockpit


Flak Ahead 386th Bomb Group A-26 Invader over Germany, 1945


French ace


In front of aircraft pose


Group contrails


Halifax cloud


Halifax

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PostSubject: Re: Actual WWII aircraft pictures - ALLIES   Fri Jan 15, 2010 6:50 am

Very useful for signatures. Hearts squadron pilot of 24 returns


The well known Hawker Hurricane


Art on the bomber 'Kraut Krusher'




Ivchad Burn next to his fighter ace


Maintenance was rough in the winter of 1944-45. A B-26 of the 553rd Bomb Squadron at Beaumont-Sur-Oise, France


MALE CALL B-26 Marauder of the 552nd Bomb Squadron leaves the French Coast as she heads for England, D-Day +1


Marauders take evasive action as they encounter flak over France

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PostSubject: Re: Actual WWII aircraft pictures - ALLIES   Fri Jan 15, 2010 7:08 am

Memphis Belle


MR. FIVE BY FIVE B-26 Marauder of the 555th Bomb Squadron after dropping bombs on marshalling yards in France.


What would the objective be?


over 50 bombers above the clouds


P-51


P-40 warhawk


P-40's lined up




P-40's belly


P-51's


Peace fleet, don't know where I got this. Looks kinda cheap fake


D520 in flight


Possibly in Korea

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PostSubject: Re: Actual WWII aircraft pictures - ALLIES   Fri Jan 15, 2010 7:26 am

the second picture is a musquito (spelled wrong i know) Smile

but you got some great pictures!

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PostSubject: Re: Actual WWII aircraft pictures - ALLIES   Fri Jan 15, 2010 7:33 am

RAF 37Sqn Liberator 'V Victor' - now on the ground - crew inspects the damage - 16 Mar '45


RAF 37Sqn Liberator 'V Victor' hit by 1,000lb heads for home with a smoking port inner 16 Mar '45


RAF 37Sqn Liberator 'V Victor' hit by 1,000lb heads for home with a smoking port inner 16 Mar '45


RAF plane in maintance


RAT POISON of the 553rd Bomb Squadron releases six 500 pounders on the continent


Some of the shipping approaching the beachhead a few days after the invasion. One of the beachhead airfields is directly below the prop hub on the Marauder


Spitfire in flight, colour


Spitfire belly


Battle of Britain spitfire


HOOGER GET OFF MY WING (Desert spitfire)


Spitfire on the assemblyline


Spitfire prototype prior to first flight, 1936


65 years after


Cool desktop version spitfire picture thing


Spitfires lined up


Stirling crash #1


Stirling crash #2


Stirling crash #3


Tempest


65 years after


Good luck landing that thing


B-17 formation


Pair of spitfires (it really looks like there's a mini spitfire attached to the main spitfire lol


good formation


Good luck buddy


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