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Aircraft Paint Jobs That Rule The Skies - Yeah! Motor

Commercial airliners, military jets, private helicopters...they've all been painted something crazy and you need to see it.

Profiles | Aircraft of World War II - WW2Aircraft.net Forums

Profiles: Aircraft Of World War 2 Published by Octopus Books Ltd. Great Aircraft of the World Published by Colour Library Books Ltd. For more...

by J.J. Boucher - Book cover for Airframe Extra No.1; D-Day to VE Day-The Air Battle Over Europe

by J.J. Boucher - Book cover for Airframe Extra No.1; D-Day to VE Day-The Air Battle Over Europe

Daily Man Up (25 Photos) - Suburban Men

There is a need for “good guys” to man up and show the way for the next generation. Young men need a narrative that they can connect with. They need role models and exemplars that can portray a positive image of masculinity that is still cool. They need to be taught what “being a man” …

Savoia-Marchetti SM.79 | Aircraft of World War II - WW2Aircraft.net Forums

The Savoia-Marchetti SM.79 Sparviero ('Sparrowhawk') was a three-engined Italian medium bomber with a wood and metal structure. Originally designed as a...

31st July - At 15:30hrs, a formation was detected off the coast off Dover. Fighter Command despatched 74 Squadron Hornchurch (Spitfires) to intercept. The raiders turned out to be a small formation of Bf109's and a dogfight ensued over the Dover area. Four Bf109's were damaged in the combat and were believed to have crashed on their way back to their bases. 74 Squadron lost two aircraft, Sgt F.W. Eley and P/O H.R. Gunnwith with one badly damaged and crashed on landing, F/Lt. Kelly was unhurt.

Commisioned illustration for Battle of Britain Combat Archive Vol. 2 by Simon Parry. 3D model by Marek Ryś (Spitfire) and Wojciech Kliment Niewęgłowski (Messerschmitt). Scene, textures and illustration by Piotr Forkasiewicz.