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Antonov An2 modification

Antonov An2 modification

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Consolidated Model 20-A

This mighty aircraft dwarfs the controller on the ground below the nose. The aircraft was named

New Tempest Mk.IIs of the first production batch at Hawker Aircraft, showing the clean, closely cowled engine and the carburettor and oil-cooler intakes in the starboard wing's inner leading edge.

Royal Air Force Hawker Tempest Mark II aircraft lined up beside the runway at the Hawker Aircraft Ltd factory at Langley, Berkshire (UK).

Airco DH.2

This replica is owned and operated by The Vintage Aviator Limited. - Photo taken at Omaka (NZOM) in New Zealand on May

Fairchild C-82A Packet aircraft picture

Late production Packet on a photo sortie from Fairchild's Hagerstown factory. The aircraft wears its "Buzz Number" and the last three of its c/n below the cockpit. From Fairchild 60 years ago. - Photo taken at In Flight in Maryland, USA in

Short SB-6 Seamew AS1 Anti-submarine, first flown 1953

Short Seamew Anti-submarine, first flown 1953

Front section of a Messerschmitt Bf 110E-2 of 5./ZG 26, Russia, Summer 1941. [Kagero's Archive]

whistlingdeath: “Front section of a Messerschmitt Bf of Russia, Summer 1941 ”

Avro Lancaster B Mark I, R5729 'KM-A', of No 44 Squadron, Royal Air Force runs up its engines in a dispersal at Dunholme Lodge, Lincolnshire...

Avro Lancaster B Mark I, 'KM-A', of No 44 Squadron, Royal Air Force runs up its engines in a dispersal at Dunholme Lodge, Lincolnshire.

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