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In the foreground are American Bristol Beaufighters with Radar noses, in the distance can be seen B-26 Marauders, upper left we have P-38 Lightnings

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 12 Nov 2012 You

looks like the rest of the airplanes are Mitsubishi G3M Nells

Spotlight: Mitsubishi G3M Nell · 10 Nov 2012 You

Under the nose is the American built Air to Surface Vessel Radar (ASV). This was introduced in 1943

Spotlight: Coastal Command Liberator · 08 Nov 2012 You

Records say it was elivered to the USAAF in July 1944 and was loaned to the RAF from the 9th AF 4th Pathfinder Squadron in early 1945. It was returned to Bradley 121 Base Unit…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 31 Oct 2012 You

43 Squadron had Hurricanes up to the fall of 1942. The markings of the aircraft make it after June 1942. The picture was taken between July and November 1942. It could be RAF…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 30 Oct 2012 You

Its the uss manilla bay. next slide identifies the crewmen

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 85 · 30 Oct 2012 You

46987 (c/n 58) w/o Feb 7, 1945 when crashed on takeoff at Poltava Airport, Ukraine - Joe Baugher's web site

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 29 Oct 2012 You

Looks like a Cessna Bobcat

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 23 Oct 2012 You

Its a 40mm Bofors Gun

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 22 Oct 2012 You

I really like the atmosphere of the picture, its pure and real Americana

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 691 · 18 Oct 2012 You

Possibly VX101which is a ME 109 G-6(trop),captured in North Africa in 1943 and returned to the UK for evaluation by the AFDU, coded VX101. This 109 was written off after a forced…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 14 Oct 2012 You

When the Mustang was introduced to the ETO they were flown to bomber bases to familiarise the aircrews for P-51 recognition

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 14 Oct 2012 You

Looks like the crew of the Bock's Car with Major Charles Sweeney standing on the left

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 13 Oct 2012 You

Very sad look at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freckleton_Air_Disaster

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 8 · 06 Oct 2012 You

LG797 was lost in an accident during a training flight. The British glider had a higher wing loading than the Waco and could fly at higher speeds

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 04 Oct 2012 You

Have a look at http://www3.plala.or.jp/takihome/Ha-Go(d).JPG

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 100 · 04 Oct 2012 You

Dornier DO-17 German bomber http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dornier_Do_17

Spotlight: Dornier flying pencil · 04 Oct 2012 You

There is a small radar/infra red bump ahead of the cockpit. VMFAW-235 DaNang F-8E April 1966

Image, found in Photos - Vietnam War Marine Corps: Page 25 · 04 Oct 2012 You

Looks like the P-47s are on a carrier, note the sailor with his back to us

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 85 · 03 Oct 2012 You

The glider is an ex British Airspeed Horsa

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 27 Sep 2012 You