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Red Bull B-25 Mitchell  over Budapest, 2015. May

Red Bull B-25 Mitchell over Budapest, 2015. May

B-25 Mitchell over Budapest, in May, this plane never drop bombs...

B-25 Mitchell over Budapest, in May, this plane never drop bombs...

F6F-5 'Hellcat' Nº23 flown by Ens. Ardon R. Ives crash lands on the USS Lexington, Feb. '45  (Ives survived the crash but died in a dogfight in May '45)

F6F-5 'Hellcat' Nº23 flown by Ens. Ardon R. Ives crash lands on the USS Lexington, Feb. '45 (Ives survived the crash but died in a dogfight in May '45)

B-17 could absorb a lot of damage and continue to fly, this is a G model

B-17 could absorb a lot of damage and continue to fly, this is a G model

F-4 Corsair landing on an aircraft carrier near the Phillippines.The Corsair, known as the “Whistling Death” to the Japanese and the “Bent Wing Widow Maker” to the Marines, was delivered in March 1943 in time to have eight Marine squadrons available for the New Georgia campaign. The Corsair, along with the new F6F Hellcat fighter, dominated the air-to-air battle to sweep the skies of the Japanese. This superiority was enhanced by Army Air Corps aircraft, the Lockheed P-38 Lightning,

F-4 Corsair landing on an aircraft carrier near the Phillippines.The Corsair, known as the “Whistling Death” to the Japanese and the “Bent Wing Widow Maker” to the Marines, was delivered in March 1943 in time to have eight Marine squadrons available for the New Georgia campaign. The Corsair, along with the new F6F Hellcat fighter, dominated the air-to-air battle to sweep the skies of the Japanese. This superiority was enhanced by Army Air Corps aircraft, the Lockheed P-38 Lightning,

Pistol Packin' Mommas (WASP of WWII) - These women were amazing!

Pistol Packin' Mommas (WASP of WWII) - These women were amazing!

P-38 Lighting and Vought F4-U Corsair over Budapest, 2015. May

P-38 Lighting and Vought F4-U Corsair over Budapest, 2015. May

USAF F4-U (Corsair) aircraft return from a mission over North Korea during the Korean War, with the aircraft carrier USS "Boxer" below, 4 September 1951.

USAF F4-U (Corsair) aircraft return from a mission over North Korea during the Korean War, with the aircraft carrier USS "Boxer" below, 4 September 1951.

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