Liberators in final assembly at the one of several enormous factories (possibly Fort Worth) in the United States purpose built to produce the type. Production of increased at an astonishing rate throughout 1942 and
Late summer 1941 - Italian Macchi 202 Folgore: under armed in its earlier variants, but with its license built Mercedes engine as used in the Bf one of the best fighters of the mid war years: they completely outclassed the Hurricanes then defending Malta.
One of the three flyable aircraft was then operated in the Spanish Air Force and the others used for spares. Because of damage and lack of spares, and for political reasons, they were grounded and scrapped in around
The Macchi Saetta (Italian: both Arrow or Lightning), or was a World War II fighter aircraft built by Aeronautica Macchi in Italy, and used in various forms throughout the Regia Aeronautica (Italian Air Force).
JUN 2 1943 ‘Battle in the Bay’ – Sunderland v Ju The huge Short Sunderland flying boat had a crew of 9 but could accommodate as many as 80 men when used as a transport. Radar had only been introduced to the Sunderland in October