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Blenheim bomber showing installed cowling/exhaust rings.

Blenheim bomber showing installed cowling/exhaust rings.

blenheim being worked on

Rare colour photo from World War II showing a Bristol Blenheim being serviced

B-25 Mitchell Bomber shows her weapons. Total 8 x.50cals in nose (+side pods) and 1 x 75mm cannon (below)! Copying the weapon armament: RAF de Havilland Mosquito!

navy version of Mitchell Bomber shows her weapons. Total 8 in nose (+side pods) and 1 x cannon (below)! Copying the weapon armament: RAF de Havilland Mosquito!

Stirling Bomber - 149 Squadron RAF, Mildenhall, Suffolk, England - June 1942

the-wolvesden: “ Shorts Stirling - 149 Squadron RAF, Mildenhall, Suffolk, England - June Image source.

Crew beside Stirling bomber. By December 1943 Stirlings were being withdrawn from frontline service as bombers, increasingly being used for minelaying outside German ports ("Gardening" missions), electronic countermeasures and dropping spies deep behind enemy lines at night (through the unused ventral turret ring).

Briefing for the crew of a heavy Stirling bomber - RAF Methwold, Norfolk, England - Wold War 2

The Short Stirling was the first four-engined British heavy bomber of the Second World War. The Stirling was designed and built by Short Brothers to an Air Ministry specification from 1936, and entered service in 1941. The Stirling had a relatively brief operational career as a bomber, being relegated to second line duties from 1943 onwards when other four-engined RAF bombers, specifically the Handley Page Halifax and Avro Lancaster

The Short Stirling was the first four-engined British heavy bomber of the Second World War. The Stirling was designed and built by Short Brothers to an Air Ministry specification from 1936, and entered service in 1941. The Stirling had a relatively brief operational career as a bomber, being relegated to second line duties from 1943 onwards when other four-engined RAF bombers, specifically the Handley Page Halifax and Avro Lancaster

A Croatian Oberfeldwebel pilot of 10.(kroatische)/Kampfgeschwader 3 standing by his Dornier Do 17Z on the Eastern Front, ca. October 1941

A Croatian Oberfeldwebel pilot of the bomber-group standing by his Dornier on the Eastern Front. October 1941 The Croatian Air.

British bombers Vickers "Wellington" Mk I of the 9th Bombardment Squadron in flight. The photo was taken during a training exercise in 1939. The 9th Squadron fought as "Wellington" until August 1942, when it was changed to "Lancaster". ~ BFD

Vickers Wellington Mk I. British Vickers Wellington Mk I from bomber squadron in flight. The picture was taken during a training exercise in

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