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titanium-rain: “ This dramatic picture shows all eight guns on a de Havilland Mosquito FB VI firing at the same time, giving a good idea of the impressive firepower concentrated in the nose of the...

This dramatic picture shows all eight guns on a de Havilland Mosquito FB VI firing at the same time, giving a good idea of the impressive firepower concentrated in the nose of the aircraft.

Authentic aluminum fragment from B-17G 'Parker's Madhouse' (serial number 43-37990) of the 384 BG / 547 BS paired in a beautiful wall-hanging display with original artwork of this specific B-17Gs in a

B-17 Relic Display 'Parker's Madhouse'

Isoroku Yamamoto Betty relic display by aviation artist Ron Cole for sale at Cole's Aircraft

Mosquito line-up | Mossies of 139 Sqn. lined up at Markham a… | Flickr

De Havilland Mosquitoes of 139 Squadron RAF lined up at Marham Airbase, East Anglia, England - 1943

Turn Up Your Sound! RAF Supermarine Spitfires escorting De Havilland Mosquito bombers

Very good animation of RAF Supermarine Spitfires escorting De Havilland Mosquito bombers.

"And if you over-stress the airframe again, Sir, you just know where I'm going insert this, don't you, Sir?"

The Mosquito Tetze. About 30 were made for anti submarine use. Original seen as a tank buster, coastal command took them over. Mainly for attacking U Boats. it even destroyed an ME 110 in flight.

Heinkel He 219 Uhu Nachtjäger

Heinkel He 219 Uhu - a major scourge for Bomber Command crews.

RCAF de Havilland Mosquito Fighter Bomber in HDR. Photo taken behind the EAA museum in Oshkosh, Wisconsin during AirVenture 2010.

De Havilland Mosquito - "The Timber Terror RCAF de Havilland Mosquito Fighter Bomber in HDR. Photo taken behind the EAA museum in Oshkosh, Wisconsin during AirVenture The fuselage of this aircraft is made of plywood. Its a tight squeeze in the cockpit

Flight Lieutenant A Torrance of Stonehouse, Lanarkshire, Scotland, a pilot serving with 'A' Flight, No. 27 Squadron RAF, climbs into his De Havilland Mosquito FB VI at Parashuram, India, for a sortie over Burma. Note the "Popeye" nose art on the crew hatch.

CF Flight Lieutenant A Torrance of Stonehouse Lanarkshire Scotland a pilot serving with 'A' Flight No. 27 Squadron RAF climbs into his De Havilland Mosquito FB VI at Parashuram India for a sortie over Burma

DH-82 Mosquito, one of WW2's great combat aircraft. Read more here http://www.raf.mod.uk/history/dehavillandmosquito.cfm

de Havilland Mosquito - 4 December Mosquito nightmare feet above Aachen

Choosing Hand Planes Match the size to the job — that’s the key Hand planes come in a bewildering variety of sizes. Why are there so many? I’ll help explain this mystery by dividing the field into four groups, in order of size: block planes, smoothing planes, jack planes, and leveling planes. I’ll show you what the planes in each group are used for, and recommend two different starter sets. …

Choosing Hand Planes

The history of aviation is littered with mysterious disappearances like that of MH370.

Vanished: 11 flights that mysteriously disappeared

I witnessed the most mysterious thing ever - Plane flying THROUGH the Sun - YouTube

I witnessed the most mysterious thing ever - Plane flying THROUGH the Sun

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