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F 117 Nigh Hawk nest.

Stealth fighter aircraft from the Tactical Fighter Wing, Tonopah Test Range, Nev., line the runway after arriving for an overnight stay while deploying to Saudi Arabia during Operation Desert Shield. (photo by Lietmotiv)

Beautifully decorated with Messerschmitt Bf 109 E-3-DB 601 engine and Wing guns were replaced by. Cannon MG FF 20 mm. some of the machines have been modified into the form of the Bf 109 E-3 Trop

A A with terrific nose art. This picture really gives a good idea of just how small these planes were. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

American P-47 Thunderbolt Fighter Plane and its Pilot for bug's room

American P-47 Thunderbolt Fighter Plane and its Pilot

American Thunderbolt Fighter Plane and its Pilot Lámina fotográfica por Dmitri Kessel

Olive-drab painted Boeing B-29 Superfortress bombers, late 1943.

[Photo] Olive-drab painted B-29 bombers, late 1943

Olive-drab painted Boeing Superfortress bombers, late At the end they didn't paint the planes in olive-drab, first nobody wanted to have the aliminium-coloured planes, but they didn't had a chose ~

Vuelo rasante

A USAAF Thunderbolt at extreme low level. Note that the sweep of the camera& pan has bent the buildings in the background

Supermarine Spitifire

The Supermarine Spitfire is a British single-seat fighter aircraft that was used by the RAF and many other Allied countries throughout World War II.

Republic P-47 Thunderbolt #flickr #plane #1950s

A history of the Thunderbolt fighter plane and its use during World War II.

P-47    "You've Had It" , Pilot:  LTC John Haesler Commander 397th FS

P-47 "You've Had It" , Pilot: LTC John Haesler Commander 397th FS

Oil worker finds a nearly intact WWII-era Kittyhawk deep in the Sahara

Oil worker finds a nearly intact WWII-era Kittyhawk deep in the Sahara

May 2012 - An RAF fighter plane thought lost in the sands of time after its pilot crash landed in the desert during World War has been discovered in what has been described as the "aviation equivalent of Tutankhamun's Tomb".

Flight Lieutenant A. R. Costello of No. 112 Squadron RAF poses beside his Curtiss P-40 Kittyhawk at Sidi Heneish in Egypt (April 1942). The rugged, American-built P-40 (known to the RAF as the Tomahawk and Kittyhawk) came to symbolize the Desert Air Force.

Flight Lieutenant A. Costello of No. 112 Squadron RAF poses beside his Curtiss Kittyhawk at Sidi Heneish in Egypt (April The rugged, American-built (known to the RAF as the Tomahawk and Kittyhawk) came to symbolize the Desert Air Force.

B 17 battle damaged being escorted to safety by the enemy at the time a rare site to see !

Utterly amazing story - please read - honor and courage prevail. Why A German Pilot Escorted An American Bomber To Safety During World War II

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