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Aircraft Stuff

Aeronautical photographs and videos
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b-43 bomber at DuckDuckGo
b-43 bomber at DuckDuckGo
b-43 bomber at DuckDuckGo

B-43 Jetmaster by Douglas

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Engine car #3 before propaganda flight
the track east
Hoje na História: 19 de outubro - Santos Dumont ganha prêmio por voa...

Dirigibles - Airships - Blimps

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French Aircrafts

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Chengdu J-20 Fifth generation fighter plane of China

Chinese Aircrafts

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Video by (dozen_third2) on IG

USAF Thunderbirds

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USN Blue Angels

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The Space Cannon that was Actually Fired in Orbit
Russian K7 Flying Fortress vs Nazi UFO Haunebu - Secrets & theories of WWII

Russian Aircraft

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Fairey Rotodyne at DuckDuckGo


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Panavia Tornado

Italian Aircrafts

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168 Aircraft Flypast - RAF Battle of Britain 50th Anniversary
A Stirling, pictured being loaded in Cambridgeshire in 1942, could carry up to 14,000lbs of bombs and had a range of around 2,300 miles

British Aircrafts

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COLOR WW2 Photo Japanese Surrender Plane WWII World War Two Japan PTO V-J Day - $6.29 | PicClick
Kawasaki Ki 61 Hien

Japanese Aircrafts

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German Aircrafts

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Lockheed PV-2 Harpoon "Attu Warrior" (maritime patrol) gunfighter skies
PV-1 is given final checkup at Vega Corp. plant, Burbank, CA.
PV-2 Harpoon (click here to open a new window with this photo in computer wallpaper format)

B-34 Lockheed

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Douglas F-3 "Havoc" aerial reconnaissance aircraft, April 17, 1942.
T30 rocket launcher, carrying three 4.5in rockets, under the wing of an an A-20 of the 90th Attack Squadron, 3rd Attack Group, Hollandia, in mid-1944.
Flight Characteristics of the A-20: How to Fly the Douglas A-20 Havoc (1...

A-20 Havoc

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B-1 Rockwell Lancer

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Martin B-10B bomber 35-241, March Field Airshow, September 1937
B-10 Martin
Martin B-10

B-10 Martin

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Caption	   	Brigadier General Henry Arnold with base commander Lt Col Clarence L Tinker in front of a Martin B-12 bomber, Hamilton Field, Novato (listed at the time as San Rafael), California, United States, 10 Jan 1936. ww2dbase Source	   	ww2dbaseUnited States Army Air Force
B-12 Martin at DuckDuckGo
B-12 Martin at DuckDuckGo

B-12 Martin

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Boeing XB-15 USA Heavy Bomber Collector Picture Photo Card
Boeing XB-15 and P-26 Peashooter
Boeing XB 15 nose


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Battle-Damaged B-17 still brings the crew home safely!

B-17 Flying Fortress

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The Business End of a B-18A Bomber
Pacific Wrecks - Aerial view of B-18 Bolo 36-446 crash site north of Mauna Kea
Douglas B-18


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Douglas XB-19 & XB-19A
Douglas B-19


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Dark Footage: The Only Operational B-2 Stealth Bomber Crash Caught on Tape
tokyo-bleep:    B-2 Spirit

B-2 Spirit

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Douglas B-23 - The B-23 was the first operational US bomber equipped with a glazed tail gun position. The tail gun mounted a .50 caliber machine gun, which was fired from the prone position by a gunner using a telescopic sight.
Douglas B-23 Dragon

B-23 Dragon by Douglas Aircraft

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