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Extraños aviones de guerra que nunca entraron en combate. (Chance Vougth V-173)

Extraños aviones de guerra que nunca entraron en combate

The Vought “Flying Flapjack” was an experimental U. Navy fighter aircraft designed by Charles H. Zimmerman during World War II. This unorthodox design consisted of a flat, somewhat disc shaped body (hence its name) serving as the lifting surface.

Heinkel He 59 fue un biplano alemán diseñado en 1930

[Megapost]Aviones de la segunda guerra mundial

Reggia Aeronautica

The Savoia-Marchetti Sparviero (Italian: Sparrowhawk) was a medium bomber that was used by Italy during World War II.

. . . O Bachem Ba 349 Natter (Víbora) foi um intercetor foguete construído pela Alemanha Nazi, integrado no programa de emer...

. . . O Bachem Ba 349 Natter (Víbora) foi um intercetor foguete construído pela Alemanha Nazi, integrado no programa de emer...

Messerschmitt Me 262B-1a/U1 Nachtjäger by Shigeo Koike

DML Dragon Master Series Nachtjager Plastic Model Kit -- Awesome products selected by Anna Churchill

Heinkel He 51 by dugazm.deviantart.com on @deviantART

[link] The Heinkel He 51 was a German single-seat biplane which was produced in a number of different versions. Heinkel He 51

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Ju 88 loading a torpedo. This is one HUGE bomber . and it's on pontoons!

Chivalry in War: Bf-109 pilot Franz Stigler was ordered to pursue and shoot down a stricken B-17 on December 20, 1943. He had never seen a plane flying so damaged, and he could see men huddled inside tending the wounds of other crewmen. No one fired at him. Stigler flew alongside of the bomber and looked at its pilot, Charles Brown, who had no idea he was flying deeper over enemy territory. Stigler decided to wave him back, escorted the plane to the North Sea, saluted and veered away.

1943 12 20 Ye Olde Pub - John D. Shaw 1943 12 20 Higher Call - John D. Shaw Encountering a mortally-wounded limping back to England, Luftwaffe ace Franz Stigler anticipated an easy kill and.

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