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Here’s why aircraft camouflage can be very effective
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Here’s why aircraft camouflage can be very effective
A Christmas miracle: the German Bf 109 Ace who saved the crew of a badly damaged American B-17 by escorting the crippled bomber over the North Sea
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A Christmas miracle: the German Bf 109 Ace who saved the crew of a badly damaged American B-17 by escorting the crippled bomber over the North Sea
The story of the “Messerspit:” when Germans fitted a Spitfire with a DB 605A, they found it was better than the Merlin Version.
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The story of the “Messerspit:” when Germans fitted a Spitfire with a DB 605A, they found it was better than the Merlin Version.
Final Dogfight – May 8, 1945: Who scored the last aerial victory of the air war in Europe?
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Did you know Luftwaffe Bf 109 pilot Erich Hartmann did not fire until the enemy was as close as 66 feet? How the most successful fighter ace in aviation history scored Air-to-Air Kills.
Legendary German Ace Adolf Galland explains why Operation Bodenplatte, the final large-scale low-level attack on Allied airfields was Luftwaffe’s Death Blow
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Legendary German Ace Adolf Galland explains why Operation Bodenplatte, the final large-scale low-level attack on Allied airfields was Luftwaffe’s Death Blow
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During WWII a Slovak Air Force’s biplane pilot rescued a downed fellow pilot by carrying him on the bottom wing of his aircraft
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During WWII a Slovak Air Force’s biplane pilot rescued a downed fellow pilot by carrying him on the bottom wing of his aircraft
The day Romanian IAR 80 fighters claimed to have shot down 24 American P-38 Lightnings
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The day Romanian IAR 80 fighters claimed to have shot down 24 American P-38 Lightnings
Remembering 'Cobber' Kain: the first RAF Hurricane Ace, the first RAF air ace of the WWII, and the first to receive the Distinguished Flying Cross
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‘Cobber’ Kain – first RAF Hurricane Ace, first RAF air ace of the WWII, and first to receive the Distinguished Flying Cross
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