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Beech T-34C Turbo Mentor

SR numbers 160266 and 160265 in formation flight - Photo taken at In Flight in Unknown State, USA in Late

" I say Carruthers, I think we may have just taken delivery of what our American cousins refer to as a basin full of 'whoop-ass', what?"

de Havilland Mosquitos of 105 Squadron at RAF Marham, Norfolk, UK. December 11 None of the aircraft pictured survived the war, either being shot down or withdrawn due to heavy battle damage. GB-A, Hit by AA and crashed.

T34C Mentor 11x14 PenandInk Art Print by MartinWeyenbergArt, $45.00

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A-7E Corsair II's of VA-97 USN prepare to depart USS Coral Sea. The brightly coloured aircraft in the foreground is the Commanding Officer's assigned ride.

getting ready to launch off of the USS Coral Sea during Operation Eagle Claw, the rescue of American hostages from Iran. Note the special wing markings, this was to prevent confusion with Iranian aircraft.

Here we come

A sea-level look at the aircraft carrier USS America with 16 military jet fly over in formation

Navy trainer

Instructor pilot and student in a Turbo-Mentor trainer aircraft Canvas Art - Stocktrek Images x

Westland Whirlwind

apostlesofmercy: “An RAF ground crewman playing with the dangerous end of a Westland Whirlwind.

Encountering a mortally-wounded B-17 limping back to England, Luftwaffe ace Franz Stigler anticipated an easy kill and another opportunity to avenge his brother's death at the opening of WWII. As he approached the virtually helpless American plane, however, he saw the faces of the dead and wounded crewmen. Then, Stigler's eyes met those of pilot Charles Brown. Despite the potentially severe consequences of letting an enemy plane escape, Stigler heard a higher call of honor .

History: John D Shaw's painting A Higher Call which shows Franz Stigler and Charlie Brown in flight. How a German plane saved a failing US fighter plane in WWII.