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Consolidated B-24J Liberator supercharger detail, Imperial War Museum, Duxford.

Consolidated B-24J Liberator supercharger detail, Imperial War Museum, Duxford.

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B-24 detail, Imperial War Museum, Duxford (Edited)

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Nakajima Ki-84 “102” was used as the prototype of the Ki-84 Hei variant armed with Ho-155 30 mm cannons, which never went into a full-scale production. Until the end of the war the Ki-84 was built in the Ko configuration in a addition to a small number of Otsu  models.

Nakajima was used as the prototype of the Hei variant armed with 30 mm cannons, which never went into a full-scale production. Until the end of the war the was built in the Ko configuration in a addition to a small number of Otsu models.

Consolidated B-24J Liberator nose detail, Imperial War Museum, Duxford.

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The Nakajima Kikka (中島 橘花 "Orange Blossom" ) was Japan's first jet-powered aircraft. It was developed late in World War II and the first prototype had only flown once before the end of the conflict. It was also called Kōkoku Nigō Heiki (皇国二号兵器 "Imperial Weapon No.2").

The Nakajima Kikka (中島 橘花 "Orange Blossom" ) was Japan's first jet-powered aircraft. It was developed late in World War II

Fleet Air Arm (FAA) Fairey/Blackburn Swordfish - was a Biplane Torpedo Bomber Originating in the Early 1930s -  Powered  by 1 × Bristol Pegasus IIIM.3 Air Cooled, Radial Engine – Rated at 690 hp

Fitting a torpedo onto a Fairey Swordfish aircraft during training for Fleet Air Arm pilots at HMS Jackdaw, the Royal Naval Air Station at Fife in Scotland. The aircraft is also fitted with rocket rails.

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The nose of a Royal Australian Air Force’s Curtiss Kittyhawk, North Africa, Western Desert, allegedly on Victor Sierra

Klimov+VK1.jpg (1600×1430)

Klimov+VK1.jpg (1600×1430)

Horten H IX V3

Horten H IX V3 “Bat-Wing Ship,” November 2013 Update

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