Explore Planes, Model Building, and more!

Explore related topics

300px-Arado_Ar_76_Model_pic.JPG (300×201)

300px-Arado_Ar_76_Model_pic.JPG (300×201)

The awkward-looking Arado Ar 196 was designed to be a worthy successor of the famous Heinkel He 50, a catapult launched biplane.

The awkward-looking Arado Ar 196 was designed to be a worthy successor of the famous Heinkel He a catapult launched biplane.

All Crash  http://www.youtube.com/user/NewAirplaneCrashes

Is it possible that a plane hit the side of the pentagon, but did not even scuff up the grass? There are some claims of other anomalies that don't quite match the idea of a plane hitting there;

Yankee Clipper landing at LaGuardia Airport's  Marine Air Terminal circa 1940. Photo by Hans Groenhoff, Smithsonian Institution.

A Pan Am flying boat at the New York City's Marine Air Terminal, LaGuardia Airport circa the

The Arado Ar197 was the last biplane build in Germany.The Ar197 was intended for the Aircraft Carrier Graf Zeppelin But the delay in building the ship meant the aircraft would be obsolete when it got into service despite its enclosed cockpit and heavy armament of 2-20mm canon 2-7.92mm MG in fuselage and 4-50kg bombs .3 aircraft were build

The Arado was the last biplane build in Germany.The was intended for…

Fokker D21 Netherlands WWII

The Fokker much like the Hawker Hurricane was a compromise: it had the new advanced monoplane layout married with the steel tube fuselage and wooden wings covered in cloth which betrayed it's Biplane origine.

Junkers Ju 87 Stuka Luftwaffe World War Two

The Junkers Ju 87 or Stuka was a two-man German dive bomber and ground-attack aircraft. Designed by Hermann Pohlmann, the Stuka first flew in 1935 and made its combat debut in 1936 as part of the Luftwaffe's Condor Legion during the Spanish Civil War.

Arado (Ar-79): This was a German monoplane of the 1930's, designed as an aerobatic two-seat trainer and touring aircraft. It had a retractable, tail-wheel undercarriage. The wings were constructed of fabric over plywood. The forward fuselage was of fabric over steel tube, and the rear fuselage was a monocoque structure.

Arado (Ar-79): This was a German monoplane of the 1930's, designed as an aerobatic two-seat trainer and touring aircraft. It had a retractable, tail-wheel undercarriage. The wings were constructed of fabric over plywood. The forward fuselage was of fabric over steel tube, and the rear fuselage was a monocoque structure.

Avia B-534 1 | by kitchener.lord

Czechoslovak Avia 2 squadrons participated in the German Invasion of Poland escorting German in 8 sorties, losing 2 claiming 1 Polish liaison aircraft. Later also supported German forces in Ukraine, eventually withdrawn to anti-partisan

Avia B-534

Avia B-534

World War I was the first major conflict to see widespread use of powered aircraft -- invented barely more than a decade before the fighting...

A German Pfalz E.I prepares to land, April (Brett Butterworth)

October 8, 1890: Eddie Rickenbacker, American fighter ace in World War I is born in Columbus, Ohio.

October Eddie Rickenbacker, American fighter ace in World War I is born in Columbus, Ohio.

Pinterest
Search