Simon Armin
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Dornier Do 335 Pfeil

Dornier Do 335 Pfeil ("Arrow"), a WW II heavy fighter built by the German Dornier company. It was a twin engine aircraft, but with a push-pull layout which allowed it to gain excellent performances

Vintagraph - De Havilland Mosquito Light Bomber - Fine-Art Wall Prints and Posters

This cutaway poster partially reads, "This is the fastest aircraft in operational service in the world, and the Royal Air Force's 'lightning'

De Havilland Mosquito B IVs of No 139 (Jamaica) Squadron RAF Bomber Command, flying in formation - 10 February 1943.

De Havilland Mosquito B IVs of No 139 (Jamaica) Squadron RAF Bomber Command, flying in formation - 10 February

De Havillard Mosquito B IVs of No 139 (Jamaica) Squadron RAF Bomber Command, flying in formation - 10 February 1943

De Havillard Mosquito B IVs of No 139 (Jamaica) Squadron RAF Bomber Command, flying in formation - 10 February One hell of an aircraft and a nightmare to fly.

Mosquitoes of 139 Squadron RAF lined up at Marham Airbase, East Anglia, England - 1943

De Havilland Mosquitoes of 139 Squadron RAF lined up at Marham Airbase, East Anglia, England - 1943

13 Jun 44: An English brewery donates a sizable amount of fresh beer for the troops fighting in Normandy and a unique delivery method is created, strapping kegs to the underwings of Spitfires being shipped to forward airfields. Flying at 12,000 feet chills the brew to perfection. The troops love it, but the British Ministry of Revenue and Excise steps in and informs the brewer that it is in violation of law to export beer without paying taxes on it. End of "authorized" beer runs.

13 June An English brewery donates a sizable amount of fresh beer for the troops fighting in Normandy and a unique delivery method is created, strapping kegs to the underwings of Spitfires being shipped to forward airfields. Flying at 12 000 feet chi

Hawker Typhoon - showing the distinctive black and white stripes of D-Day aircraft. Amazingly all aircraft that were to plfy to France were painted within 24 hours before D-Day with brooms paint brushes, rags to keep the idea secret.

Hawker Typhoon showing the distinctive black and white stripes of D-Day aircraft. Amazingly all aircraft that were to plfy to France were painted within 24 hours before D-Day with brooms paint brushes, rags to keep the idea secret.