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Canadian Hawker Hurricane Always thought the hurricane was a much better looking plane than the spitfire.

Glorious return: Back where it all began, a lone Lancaster marks 70 years since…

Glorious return: Back where it all began, a lone Lancaster marks 70 years since the audacious Dambusters raid

Glorious return: Back where it all began, a lone Lancaster marks 70 years since…

Various shades of green on the noses of these P-51D Mustangs of the 359th Fighter Group's 370th Fighter Squadron. Source: Roger Freeman Collection

Various shades of green on the noses of these Mustangs of the Fighter Group's Fighter Squadron.

Tempest Mark V, EJ705 W2-X du n ° 80 Squadron, sur une dispersion sur un aérodrome en Hollande, fin 1944 Royal Air Force photographe officiel © Photo IWM (MH 6860)

Hawker Tempest Mk V - something of the brute power of this aircraft comes over in this photo: it's 2235 hp was more than any other piston engined fighter, and it was capable of over 450 mph in level flight.

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british-eevee: “ Hawker Sea Fury preparing for take off (Date and location unknown) ”

Dehavilland Mosquito figter bomber. 400mph 4.303 machine guns 420mm cannon 860mm rockets. and sometimes bombs as well. Not bad for a flying piano.

When the Mosquito entered production in it was one of the fastest operational aircraft in the world.Entering widespread service in the Mosquito first operated as a high-speed, high-altitude photo-reconnaissance aircraft, and continued to opera

North-American Mustang with two bombs and four high velocity aircraft rockets

Hawker Hurricane HL795/V Mk2b/trop of 274Sqn in North Africa

WWll era piston-engined aircraft for your viewing pleasure

Nakajima Ki84 Hayate.

Hayate (Frank) preserved in California in As of this aircraft is displayed at a war memorial in Japan

Kyushu J7W1 Shinden interceptor/fighter. Only two prototypes were built by the Japanese Air Force. Only one remains and is in storage at the NASM in Maryland USA.

The Kyūshū Shinden (震電, "Magnificent Lightning") fighter was a World War II Japanese propeller-driven aircraft prototype that was built in a canard design.

The Supermarine Spitfire is a British single-seat fighter aircraft that was used by the RAF and many other Allied countries throughout World War II.