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Supermarine Spitfire Mk XII

Supermarine Spitfire Mk XII

El Focke-Wulf Fw 190, fue un avión de caza alemán de la WW II. Este avión monoplaza propulsado por un motor radial fue el último caza de pistón alemán producido en masa en entrar en acción en la guerra. Reemplazó de forma parcial al exitoso Messerschmitt Bf 109 a partir de 1941, fue empleado como caballo de batalla de la Luftwaffe, y demostró ser competente para una amplia variedad de funciones: caza de superioridad aérea, cazabombardero, avión de ataque a tierra, caza de escolta.

El Focke-Wulf Fw 190, fue un avión de caza alemán de la WW II. Este avión monoplaza propulsado por un motor radial fue el último caza de pistón alemán producido en masa en entrar en acción en la guerra. Reemplazó de forma parcial al exitoso Messerschmitt Bf 109 a partir de 1941, fue empleado como caballo de batalla de la Luftwaffe, y demostró ser competente para una amplia variedad de funciones: caza de superioridad aérea, cazabombardero, avión de ataque a tierra, caza de escolta.

Supermarine Spitfire

Supermarine Spitfire

The siege of Leningrad started on the 8th September 1941 and by the 19th, the German Army was just 10km away. While at this point, panzer divisions where sent elsewhere, the Luftwaffe took over by bombing the city.  The siege of Leningrad lasted 872 days.

The siege of Leningrad started on the 8th September 1941 and by the 19th, the German Army was just 10km away. While at this point, panzer divisions where sent elsewhere, the Luftwaffe took over by bombing the city. The siege of Leningrad lasted 872 days.

Spitfire Mk I YT-T is captured by LIFE photographer William Vandivert being refuelled in a blast pen at RAF Northolt in March 1940. Assigned to F/O Roland RS "Bob" Tuck, the aircraft was coded FZ-L until the outbreak of war in September 1939. By May, the original full-colour pre-war roundels had been reduced in size on the fuselage and wings.

Spitfire Mk I YT-T is captured by LIFE photographer William Vandivert being refuelled in a blast pen at RAF Northolt in March 1940. Assigned to F/O Roland RS "Bob" Tuck, the aircraft was coded FZ-L until the outbreak of war in September 1939. By May, the original full-colour pre-war roundels had been reduced in size on the fuselage and wings.

thevickers: “ The fanstastic three. ”

thevickers: “ The fanstastic three. ”

Mosquito by Nicolas Trudgian

Mosquito by Nicolas Trudgian

1935-1945 Messerschmitt Bf 109. Luftwaffe, HAF, ANP, RRAF - Fighter. Engine…

1935-1945 Messerschmitt Bf 109. Luftwaffe, HAF, ANP, RRAF - Fighter. Engine…

USMC F4U-1A Corsair aircraft of VMF-224  South Pacific with 1000 pound bombs 1944

USMC F4U-1A Corsair aircraft of VMF-224 South Pacific with 1000 pound bombs 1944

A pair of de Havilland Mosquitos in flight

A pair of de Havilland Mosquitos in flight

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