AIRCRAFT OF THE ROYAL AIR FORCE, 1939-1945: SUPERMARINE SPITFIRE.
HU 73185. Supermarine Spitfire Mark VC ER934 'F-A' in flight over Egypt at the time of its transfer from Malta to the Middle East Command where it joined No
Aichi B7A Ryusei
As there are rumors and plane is in Release tree I have made a decision to write a small article about this magnificent plane as usual. I hope you will enjoy the article and plane when it will be added :salute: 5th Kougeki Hikotai, 752nd Kokutai B7A2 752-03 Development history and operational ser...
ROYAL AIR FORCE FIGHTER COMMAND, 1939-1945.
CH 15616. Mechanics look over the cockpit of Messerschmitt Me 410A-3 TF209 at No. 1426 (Enemy Aircraft) Flight at Collyweston Northamptonshire. This aircraft was formerly F6-OK of 2(F)/ 122 which landed intact and was captured at Monte Corvino Italy
Page 1 of 4 - Launch Vipers! - just about done - posted in Work In Progress - SF & RealSpace: Hi folks,Our club is running its annual Build-the-Same-Kit competition and one of the nominated models was the BSG Viper. Luckily we got enough votes and there are now four of us building them.I was going to do the new Mk. 1, but I found a cheap Mk. 2 so I thought I might try and build both.So far Ive washed the sprues (long soak in warm soapy water, then clean with a toothbrush and rinse)...
Mitsubishi G4M "Betty"
A set of photos from vintage publications showing "Betty" bombers getting ready for a mission. June 1943. Photo taken by Navy reporter Saegusa June 1943. Photo taken by Navy reporter Ogawa June 1943. Photo taken by Navy reporter Ogawa One more photo from a different publication, probably taken at around the same time.
Pilot saved his stricken bomber & crew by climbing on to the WING to extinguish the fire at 13,000'
In a practical example of camaraderie and heroism, a Second World War pilot saved the lives of his comrades by stepping out of a Wellington bomber at
The "Rafwaffe" was a British RAF unit setup to test & fly captured German planes
In Britain, this task of flying enemy aircraft fell to No. 1426 (Enemy Aircraft) Flight RAF, nicknamed the 'Rafwaffe'. It was s a Royal Air Force