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Curtiss-Wright A-25 Helldiver airplane doing a dive bomb with bomb bay doors open and dive brakes extended, 24 March 1944. ©Missouri History Museum

Curtiss-Wright A-25 Helldiver airplane doing a dive bomb with bomb bay doors open and dive brakes extended, 24 March 1944. ©Missouri History Museum

El hundimiento del HMS Altantic Conveyor    En Río Grande, el veinticinco de mayo amaneció gris y con la niebla típica de esta época de...

El hundimiento del HMS Altantic Conveyor En Río Grande, el veinticinco de mayo amaneció gris y con la niebla típica de esta época de...

Belly shot of Focke Wulf Fw-190 banking during air to airs over South Virginia. Former Military Aviation Museum a/c released for sale.Here Ray Fowler flying Fw-190 to its new owner,The Tillamook Air Museum.An F-16 pilot in Gulf War,now commercial airline pilot,& still with military on F-16s in Air National Guard.Obviously doesn't like Terra Firma much!

Belly shot of Focke Wulf Fw-190 banking during air to airs over South Virginia. Former Military Aviation Museum a/c released for sale.Here Ray Fowler flying Fw-190 to its new owner,The Tillamook Air Museum.An F-16 pilot in Gulf War,now commercial airline pilot,& still with military on F-16s in Air National Guard.Obviously doesn't like Terra Firma much!

Pearl Harbor Attack, by Jerry Boucher (Mitsubishi A6M2 Zero vs Curtiss P-36A)

Pearl Harbor Attack, by Jerry Boucher (Mitsubishi A6M2 Zero vs Curtiss P-36A)

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5th September 1940 - Pilot Officer Gerald "Stapme" Stapleton of No.603 Squadron Hornchurch racing past his victim, the infamous Oberleutnant Franz von Werra, at Love's Farm, Winchet Hill, Marden. Franz von Werra was the only German prisoner of war during the Second World War who escaped from numerous British & Canadian POW camps and got back to Germany

5th September 1940 - Pilot Officer Gerald "Stapme" Stapleton of No.603 Squadron Hornchurch racing past his victim, the infamous Oberleutnant Franz von Werra, at Love's Farm, Winchet Hill, Marden. Franz von Werra was the only German prisoner of war during the Second World War who escaped from numerous British & Canadian POW camps and got back to Germany

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