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Legendary German Ace Adolf Galland tells story of when He nearly Burned to Death after his Messerschmitt Bf 109 was badly damaged by a RAF Spitfire
Aviation History / Military Aviation
Legendary German Ace Adolf Galland tells the story of when He nearly Burned to Death after his Messerschmitt Bf 109 was badly damaged by a RAF Spitfire
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Here’s why the Horten Ho 229 WW II German low-drag Bomber may have been the First Stealth Aircraft (although it Never Entered Service)
Aviation History / Military Aviation
Here’s why the Horten Ho 229 WW II German low-drag Bomber may have been the First Stealth Aircraft (although it Never Entered Service)
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B-17 Pilot William R Lawley Jr brought back his Stricken Fortress in England from a Mission over Leipzig with its Bombs still aboard, 7 Wounded Crew Members and two Engines Ablaze
Aviation History / Military Aviation
B-17 Pilot William R Lawley Jr brought back his Stricken Fortress in England from a Mission over Leipzig with its Bombs still aboard, 7 Wounded Crew Members and two Engines Ablaze
Sponsored by: Osprey Publishing
Aviation History / Military Aviation
The story of the Fleet Air Arm F4Fs that overwhelmed Luftwaffe Bf-109Gs and why the little Wildcat could be more than a match for the legendary Messerschmitt Bf 109
During World War II Germans re-engined a Spitfire with a DB 605A. It was found to be better than the Merlin version.
Aviation History / Military Aviation
During World War II Germans re-engined a Spitfire with a DB 605A. It was found to be better than the Merlin version.
The dogfight that proved the Dutch Fokker G.1 fighter was a serious threat for Luftwaffe Messerschmitt Bf 109
Aviation History / Military Aviation
The dogfight that proved the Dutch Fokker G.1 fighter was a serious threat for Luftwaffe Messerschmitt Bf 109
During WWII Axis pilots tested captured Allied aircraft: they deemed the Spitfire a miserable fighter, the LaGG–3 poorly maneuverable and the P-51 disconcerting
Aviation History / Military Aviation / Warbirds
During WWII Axis pilots tested captured Allied aircraft: they deemed the Spitfire a miserable fighter, the LaGG–3 poorly maneuverable and the P-51 disconcerting
Final Dogfight – May 8, 1945: Who scored the last aerial victory of the air war in Europe?
Aviation History / Military Aviation
Final Dogfight – May 8, 1945: Who scored the last aerial victory of the air war in Europe?
How a captured Focke-Wulf Fw 190A led to the development of the Spitfire Mk IX, the best close-in fighter of WWII
Aviation History / Military Aviation
How a captured Focke-Wulf Fw 190A led to the development of the Spitfire Mk IX, the best close-in fighter of WWII
The epic story of the Luftwaffe Bf 109 pilot who saved the lives of the crew of a badly damaged American B-17 by escorting the crippled bomber over the North Sea
Aviation History / Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
The epic story of the Luftwaffe Bf 109 pilot who saved the lives of the crew of a badly damaged American B-17 by escorting the crippled bomber over the North Sea
The story of the Blohm & Voss BV 155, the Messerschmitt Bf 109 on Steroids that Never Was
Aviation History / Military Aviation
The story of the Blohm & Voss BV 155, the Messerschmitt Bf 109 on Steroids that Never Was
The story of Werner Mölders, the Luftwaffe fighter pilot who conceived the Finger-Four Formation
Aviation History
The story of Werner Mölders, the Luftwaffe fighter pilot who conceived the Finger-Four Formation
Here’s why the bombing of Guernica was Hitler’s greatest victory in the Spanish Civil War
Aviation History
Here’s why the bombing of Guernica was Hitler’s greatest victory in the Spanish Civil War
The Myth of Soviet Arms and Tactics in the Middle East, Part One: from Palestine War to Suez Crisis
Cold War Era / Military Aviation
The Myth of Soviet Arms and Tactics in the Middle East, Part One: from Palestine War to Suez Crisis
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
Aviation History / Military Aviation / Warbirds
‘Cobber’ Kain – first RAF Hurricane Ace, first RAF air ace of the WWII, and first to receive the Distinguished Flying Cross
The copy of the Me 109G which was flown by Adolf Galland and Robert Stanford-Tuck is up for sale
Aviation History / Military Aviation / Warbirds
The copy of the Me 109G which was flown by Adolf Galland and Robert Stanford-Tuck is up for sale
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