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Second World War veteran reunited with crash landing plane

Returning from Vienna, Austria, B-24H Liberator “Scrappy” with the 725th Bomb Squadron trails smoke and is losing altitude east of Zagreb, Yugoslavia, 22 Aug 1944. The plane crashed near Zdenci, Yugoslavia

[Photo] Returning from Vienna, Austria, B-24H Liberator “Scrappy” with the 725th Bomb Squadron trails smoke and is losing altitude east of Zagreb, Yugoslavia, 22 Aug 1944. The plane crashed near Zdenci, Yugoslavia

Returning from Vienna, Austria, B-24H Liberator “Scrappy” with the 725th Bomb Squadron trails smoke and is losing altitude east of Zagreb, Yugoslavia, 22 Aug 1944. The plane crashed near Zdenci, Yugoslavia

Handley-Page Hampden Bomber

Catalog Title: Handley-Page, H. Hampden Corporation Name: Handley-Page Official Nickname: Hampden Additional Information: UK Designation: H. 52 Tags: Handley-Page, H. Hampden Repository: San Diego Air and Space Museum Archive

Bristol Blenheim Mk 1

An RAF Blenheim Bomber. This is a bomber that were use in and it is bomber it was what all country use to stop troop or other tank troops.

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Handley Page Halifax Mark I Series MP-L, of No 76 Squadron RAF undergoing maintenance at Middleton St George, County Durham. was shot down while attacking Magdeburg on 15 August

Short Sterling Mk.I

Short Sterling Mk.I

Beautiful Warbirds — I may have posted this one before, but something...

New book captures the last Spitfires in stunning air to air action. Soaring into the skies above the green and pleasant land they so spectacularly fought to defend 76 years ago, they are the last of the few airworthy Spitfires left.

149fa885ebdd4d6c083c0966884debc5.jpg (672×451)Spitfitre Ingles 2da guerra

149fa885ebdd4d6c083c0966884debc5.jpg (672×451)Spitfitre Ingles 2da guerra

Handley Page Hampden by Michael Turner

This painting by Michael Turner depicts a Hampden being prepared for a mine laying operation.

Hampdens of No 44 Squadron on a practice flight, September 1941. The foreground aircraft, AE257, was lost on an operation to Bremen on 21-22 October.

Handley Page Hampden

training flight Sep Foreground aircraft lost on an operation to on October photo courtesy Imperial War Museum

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