A rare colour image of a Typhoon the highly effective rocket firing WW2 aircraft
Sort of a “super” Typhoon, the Hawker Tempest had unbelievable technical qualities for a World War 2 airplane. Starting in 1944, it became what was probably the best British propeller fighter aircraft of the war. Thanks to its capacities, the Tempest was responsible for the loss of twenty German Me 262 (the first operational jet aircraft).
The Supermarine Spitfire Mk. 5. Emblematic warbird of the Royal Air Force, and defender of the British Isles.
1940 Stearman Biplane - Winter Haven FL
This is a Henschel 129b - The German equivalent of today's A-10. That gun on the front is a 75mm PaK 40 anti-tank gun that they installed to kill Russian T-34 tanks. 40 rounds per minute with a penetration of 5 inches of armor at 500 meters.