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Messerschmitt Me 163

Reich LW Messerschmitt Me 163 Komet, the world’s first operational rocket powered interceptor

Grumman F8F Bearcat, last piston-engined fighter aircraft, World War II

Grumman Bearcat, last american piston-engined fighter aircraft of World War II The Bearcat was heavily influenced by the Focke Wulf 190 test pilots from Grumman examined and flew the which was captured in 1943 by an defecting German pilot

McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle, fighter aircraft, U.S. Air Force (vertical)

McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle, fighter aircraft, U.S. Air Force (vertical)

Vertical British Supermarine Spitfire WWII RAF Pursuit Fighter Aircraft. One of the best and most formidable Planes of War in History.

A vertical climb, British Supermarine Spitfire WWII RAF Pursuit Fighter Aircraft.

.A fighter aircraft is a forces aircraft designed primarily designed for air-to-air combat opposed to other aircraft,[1] having the status of conflicting to bombers and attack aircraft, whose key mission is to attack ground targets. The hallmarks of a fighter are its hurry, maneuverability, and insignificant size next of kin to other combat aircraft. allworldfihteraic...

A fighter aircraft is a forces aircraft designed primarily designed for air-to-air combat opposed to other having the status of conflicting to bombers and attack aircraft, whose key mission is to attack ground targets. The hallmarks of a fig

pinterest.com/fra411 #vintage #WWII #aircraft - Quite possibly the most beautiful aircraft ever built; The Supermarine Spitfire.

Quite possibly the most beautiful aircraft ever built: The Supermarine Spitfire. {{The Spitfire IS one of my favorite planes!

Grumman F6F Hellcat. Introduced in 1943 as the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps replacement for the F4 Wildcat. Credited with destroying more enemy aircraft (5,271) than any other Allied aircraft in World War II.

World War II Fighter Aircraft

1943 The Bearcat was heavily influenced by its larger cousin, the Hellcat. USN - scan from Jeffrey Ethell: American Warplanes. Arms & Armour Press p. ISBN Cited as US Navy picture.

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