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1944, Italie, Un B-17G-50-VE largue ses bombes

The heavy bomber at bomb release.This is assigned to the Bombardment Group, Bomb Squadron

Frederick C. Achenbach – 457th BG | 8th Air Force Historical ...

Frederick C. Achenbach – 457th BG | 8th Air Force Historical ...

Boeing Stratocruiser

Although I very much doubt this actual aircraft was ever flown by my old man, he did do his engineer training on the Stratocruiser so it's a legitimate inclusion.

The Boeing family, so much better than the Airbus flying cattle cars.

Bomber Crew, 44th BG, 67th BS, 8th Army Air Force, England 1944

Bomb Group Boeing Flying Fortress crew returns from Frankfurt 1944

Switzerland - Air Force McDonnell Douglas FA-18C Hornet - cropped//A Swiss Air Force F/A-18 Hornet at Axalp Air Show

Switzerland - Air Force McDonnell Douglas Hornet - cropped//A Swiss Air Force Hornet at Axalp Air Show

RAF Harrier GR3 (via Pinterest)

Royal Navy fighter pilot Lord Alexander Hawke's Harrier in the skies over Baghdad in the Iraq War. His squadron was based on the HMS Ark Royal.

Boeing B-29 Superfortress (44-62070) FIFI | aeronave Boeing B-29 Super Fortaleza Voadora "FIFI", pertencente a ...

Boeing B-29 Superfortress (44-62070) FIFI | aeronave Boeing B-29 Super Fortaleza Voadora "FIFI", pertencente a ...

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Formation of Boeing of the USAAF bomber squadron, nicknamed the American Luftwaffe for accidentally bombing allied troops, in flight over England

Harrier. Beautiful in a sort of threatening way. Difficult to fly but like many aircraft loved by its crew.

Marine Harrier jet from Marine Attack Squadron 231 during operations in Kandahar April

B17 'flying fortresses' -- more than 160 of them at the site of this photo alone. This shows the might that the Germans had to deal with when the US got involved in WW2 whole hog. Just imagine 1000 of these overhead at one time...

'flying fortresses' -- more than 160 of them at the site of this photo alone. This shows the might that the Germans had to deal with when the US got involved in whole hog. Just imagine 1000 of these overhead at one time.

B-17 Flying Fortresses

Flying Fortresses my grandpa flew in one and died in one in WW II

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