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The story of the only aerial victory scored by a Royal Australian Air Force Wirraway during World War II
Aviation History / Military Aviation
The story of the only aerial victory scored by a Royal Australian Air Force Wirraway during World War II
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Sidestick of Israeli Air Force F-16A that struck Osirak nuclear reactor during Operation Opera put up for auction
Aviation History / Cold War Era / Military Aviation
Sidestick of Israeli Air Force F-16A that struck Osirak nuclear reactor during Operation Opera put up for auction
The day a Turkish F-16C shot down a Russian Su-24 attack aircraft: an in-depth analysis of the infamous November 24, 2015 shooting down that nearly started World War III
Aviation History / Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
The day a Turkish F-16C shot down a Russian Su-24 attack aircraft: an in-depth analysis of the infamous November 24, 2015 shooting down that nearly started World War III
The story of the B-17D Flying Fortresses that became the first US heavy bombers to perform the trans-Pacific flight to the Philippines
Aviation History / Military Aviation
The story of the B-17D Flying Fortresses that became the first US heavy bombers to perform the trans-Pacific flight to the Philippines
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Untouchable by enemy flak: here's why the B-36 Peacemaker would have been an awesome strategic bomber during World War II
Aviation History / Cold War Era / Military Aviation
Untouchable by enemy flak: here’s why the B-36 Peacemaker would have been an awesome strategic bomber during World War II
The day VMF-214 Black Sheep CO Gregory “Pappy” Boyington shot down three Zeros in 60 seconds
Aviation History / Military Aviation
The story of the mission where VMF-214 Black Sheep CO Gregory “Pappy” Boyington shot down 5 Japanese fighters and became “ace in a day”
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The day Allied POWs at Stalag Luft III saw a Luftwaffe Me 262 flying above the camp were so shocked they feared Germany could still win War World II
Aviation History / Military Aviation / Uncategorized
The day Allied POWs at Stalag Luft III saw a Luftwaffe Me 262 flying above the camp were so shocked they feared Germany could still win War World II
The fatal flaw that plagued the Fokker Dr. I, the Red Baron Manfred von Richthofen’s favorite aircraft
Aviation History / Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
The fatal flaw that plagued the Fokker Dr. I, the Red Baron Manfred von Richthofen’s favorite aircraft
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During WW II SBD Dauntless crews were officially credited with an astonishing 138 aerial victories, 106 of them Zero-sens, but these totals suffer from overclaiming. Here’s why.
Aviation History / Military Aviation
During WW II SBD Dauntless crews were officially credited with an astonishing 138 aerial victories, 106 of them Zero-sens, but these totals suffer from overclaiming. Here’s why.
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Camel pilots explain why the iconic Sopwith fighter was a formidable weapon in the right hands but unforgiving with students
Aviation History / Military Aviation
Camel pilots explain why the iconic Sopwith fighter was a formidable weapon in the right hands but unforgiving with students
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The “accidental” arrival of the legendary F4U Corsair in the South Pacific and the story of Ken Walsh, the first man to become a “Corsair ace”
Aviation History / Military Aviation
The “accidental” arrival of the legendary F4U Corsair in the South Pacific and the story of Ken Walsh, the first man to become a “Corsair ace”
Sponsored by: Osprey Publishing
The Story of the Ki-43 Hayabusa pilot that claimed the shooting down of four USAAF P-38 Lightnings in an air battle that never was
Aviation History / Military Aviation
The Story of the Ki-43 Hayabusa pilot that claimed the shooting down of four USAAF P-38 Lightnings in an air battle that never was
Sponsored by: Casemate
The story of the Hawaiian Air Depot scheme, the most unusual B-17 Flying Fortress livery of World War II
Aviation History / Military Aviation
The story of the Hawaiian Air Depot scheme, the most unusual B-17 Flying Fortress livery of World War II
Sponsored by: Casemate
Lightning Vs Spitfire: why the iconic Mach 2 interceptor struggled to win mock dogfights against the legendary WWII plane during the trial flights conducted by the RAF between the two types
Aviation History / Cold War Era / Military Aviation
Lightning Vs Spitfire: why the iconic Mach 2 interceptor struggled to win mock dogfights against the legendary WWII plane during the trial flights conducted by the RAF between the two types
Sponsored by: Osprey Publishing
The urban legend of the brown bag with $30 million in cash delivered to Kelly Johnson to pay for the first six CIA U-2 spy planes
Aviation History / Cold War Era / Military Aviation
The urban legend of the brown bag with $30 million in cash delivered to Kelly Johnson to pay for the first six CIA U-2 spy planes
Here’s the real secret behind P-51B/C/D Mustang’s range
Aviation History / Military Aviation
Here’s the real secret behind P-51B/C/D Mustang’s range
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