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Nose dives, tangles with phone lines and very bumpy landings - pictures show earliest days of flight

A British airman dropping a bomb.

BRITISH AIRCRAFT PILOTS hand dropped the first bombs until the introduction of the bomb rack on the fighters and the giant bombers.

A Sopwith Cuckoo dropping an aerial torpedo during World War I

A German Hannover CL III shot down on 4 October 1918 by American machine gunners in the Argonne.

2nd Lt Frank Luke, America's 2nd ranking ace in WW1, and Medal of Honor recipient. Luke Air Force Base is named in his honor. He went after the toughest ...

Nieuport 17

20 атмосферных исторических снимков, в которые сложно поверить

'The flechettes were packed into boxes which had a special release system on it.

Aerial warfare was quickly developed by both Britain and Germany, initially with bombs being dropped

A British airman dropping a bomb.- WW1 Style

Aviation in World War I

Photograph of Boeing B-17 Flying Fortresses dropping bombs during the Second World War.

Heinkel He 111 bombers during the Battle of Britain

GREG VANWYNGARDEN has had a lifelong interest in World War 1 aviation, and has been particularly active in deciphering the colours and markings that ...

WWI: Pilots dropping bombs by hand

British airman dropping a bomb by hand, WW1 - Stock Image

Hawker Hurricane in flight, Battle of Britain, World War II, 1940. A

A U.S. Air Force F-100C practices a nuclear bombing run.

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The Eyes of the Army. Sopwith Camels ready for a patrol over German lines, circa 1917 akg-images. These aircraft are actually Sopwith Snipes, late war.

Leefe-Robinson, BE2c, and Schutte-Lanz airship

USAAF B-29 Superfortress, a heavy bomber.

German warplane dropping bombs and engaging Allied airplane during World War I HD Stock Footage - YouTube

WGF206B - RAF R.E.8 (Marsh/MacKay Dempster)

Were pilots in the most perilous position during WW1?

The Youngest WWII Pilot Flew A Jaw Dropping Amount Of Missions | World War Wings Videos

At the start of the war, the technique of dropping bombs was primitive, and

B-17 bombers, also known as Flying Fortresses, dropped 640,000 tonnes of bombs

World War 2 Fighter Planes & Aircrafts

The Official Visits To the Western Front, 1914-1918 RFC officers explaining to Herbert

Courtrai mission, by artist Allan Stewart

Added: 9/27/2014 - click on the image for larger versions. Possibly French? Input is welcome.

World War 1. First use of a German Zeppelin to drop bombs occurred on Aug

Legendary German fighter ace Manfred Von Richtofen, aka the Red Baron, flew this Fokker

Added: 9/27/2014 - click on the image for larger versions

With the release of Red Tails this Friday, we present an overview of the deadliest planes that flew during World War II. All told, more than 60 million ...

Letters home from Royal Flying Corps air ace Lieutenant Edgar Taylor have come to light which

In this second article about the Fokker Dr.I, know more about the pilots of the three versions of the fighter triplane featured in the WW1 Wings of Glory ...

Kronprinz Ruprecht von Bayern and Kaiser Wilhelm II.

First flown in 1936, the 3 seat Fairey Battle light bomber represented a major advance over its biplane predecessors. It was also the first operational ...

Along with several German planes abandoned by the Nazis, U.S. First Army troops found this P-47 with German markings at an airfield near Goettingen, ...

Canadians who served

History of the Battle of Britain

Added: 9/27/2014 - click on the image for larger versions. Possibly French? Input is welcome.

British airmen arming a plane with bombs, WW1 - Stock Image

British Monitor repels a bomb-dropping German Taube - Stock Image

The five-inch darts (Pfeile in German) were dropped in batches of 500

Gallagher Great War: 2nd Series Card #134 - Dropping Darts From An Aeroplane

Folding wings and a torpedo fitted out the "Sea Mosquito"

In 1911 the Aerial League Secretary George A. Taylor was agitating the Australian Government in both parliament and the press for the creation of a Military ...

I Love WWII Planes shared War History Online's video.

Directive 16. "

Designed by the Société anonyme des Etablissements Nieuport in France, the Nieuport 12 served with

Aircraft from WWI

Once in a while, you hear an old war story that restores your faith in humanity. Usually it involves a moment of quiet in the midst of chaos; some singing ...

Battle of Britain file photo [255]

Captain Bone Downing a Boche - A remarkable exploit of Captain Bone, one of the

In Britain the calls for root-and-branch defensive reorganisation and swingeing reprisal raids weren't slow in coming. The Cabinet wanted to recall two ...

The Caproni Ca.5, a biplane heavy bomber, did not impress the American

Stricken ...

... birdlike wings, such as the Rumpler Taube. By the end of the war bigger, heavier aircraft designed for bombing had been developed.

W-Ordnance P-51 005

Gallagher Great War 2nd Series 134 reverse

Heroes of the RAF

Dropping bombs from an aeroplane - World War I - Stock Image

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World War II inspired intense experimentation human and mechanical. My mother's affair with a flight surgeon, for instance, was a personal experiment, ...

THE NC 4, LIBERTY-ENGINE-DRIVEN CONQUEROR OF THE ATLANTIC, IN FLIGHT

Vintage Wings of Canada

These bombs are used par- ticularly against ammunition dumps and for the purpose of starting fires.

Red Baron 3D PC Box Cover (1998)

This painting by Gil Cohen (Mission to Regensburg) captures the cramped quarters in the

Dominican Republic air force pilot and maintenance airman inspect an A-29 Super Tucano before a nighttime flight. Photo: Capt. Justin Brockhoff/USAF

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Top Gun, World War II Style: The Shocking Dogfight between Russia and Nazi Germany

T/Sgt Harry P. Hoffman, Pine Grove an engineer and top turret gunner on the Flying Fortress B-17 “Knockout Dropper” is a veteran ...

KG200's operational aircraft included six Junkers Ju-188s and a pair of captured and renovated

Captain Gerald Gibbs (left), took this picture along with his observer (far

Nose dives, tangles with phone lines and very bumpy landings - pictures show earliest days of flight

A British airman dropping a bomb.

A Sopwith Cuckoo dropping an aerial torpedo during World War I

A German Hannover CL III shot down on 4 October 1918 by American machine gunners in the Argonne.

2nd Lt Frank Luke, America's 2nd ranking ace in WW1, and Medal of Honor recipient. Luke Air Force Base is named in his honor. He went after the toughest ...

Nieuport 17

'The flechettes were packed into boxes which had a special release system on it.

20 атмосферных исторических снимков, в которые сложно поверить

Legendary German fighter ace Manfred Von Richtofen, aka the Red Baron, flew this Fokker

Aerial warfare was quickly developed by both Britain and Germany, initially with bombs being dropped

A British airman dropping a bomb.- WW1 Style

Greek airmen stand with a Voisin plane, armed with a cannon.

WWI: Pilots dropping bombs by hand

Aviation in World War I

Photograph of Boeing B-17 Flying Fortresses dropping bombs during the Second World War.

Heinkel He 111 bombers during the Battle of Britain

British airman dropping a bomb by hand, WW1 - Stock Image

The actual Scout C, RFC serial no. 1611, flown by Lanoe Hawker on 25 July 1915 in his Victoria Cross-earning engagement.

Hawker Hurricane in flight, Battle of Britain, World War II, 1940. A

73e1bc809cb456c7fb21886daf27ea3d.jpg (914×960)

A U.S. Air Force F-100C practices a nuclear bombing run.

Leefe-Robinson, BE2c, and Schutte-Lanz airship

The Eyes of the Army. Sopwith Camels ready for a patrol over German lines, circa 1917 akg-images. These aircraft are actually Sopwith Snipes, late war.

German warplane dropping bombs and engaging Allied airplane during World War I HD Stock Footage - YouTube

WGF206B - RAF R.E.8 (Marsh/MacKay Dempster)

Were pilots in the most perilous position during WW1?

The Youngest WWII Pilot Flew A Jaw Dropping Amount Of Missions | World War Wings Videos

At the start of the war, the technique of dropping bombs was primitive, and

Kronprinz Ruprecht von Bayern and Kaiser Wilhelm II.

B-17 bombers, also known as Flying Fortresses, dropped 640,000 tonnes of bombs

The Official Visits To the Western Front, 1914-1918 RFC officers explaining to Herbert

World War 2 Fighter Planes & Aircrafts

Courtrai mission, by artist Allan Stewart

Added: 9/27/2014 - click on the image for larger versions. Possibly French? Input is welcome.

Added: 9/27/2014 - click on the image for larger versions

With the release of Red Tails this Friday, we present an overview of the deadliest planes that flew during World War II. All told, more than 60 million ...

In this second article about the Fokker Dr.I, know more about the pilots of the three versions of the fighter triplane featured in the WW1 Wings of Glory ...

First flown in 1936, the 3 seat Fairey Battle light bomber represented a major advance over its biplane predecessors. It was also the first operational ...

Along with several German planes abandoned by the Nazis, U.S. First Army troops found this P-47 with German markings at an airfield near Goettingen, ...

Canadians who served

An english military aviator are dropping a bomb, during the flight, on french front during First War World, c.

Letters home from Royal Flying Corps air ace Lieutenant Edgar Taylor have come to light which

Added: 9/27/2014 - click on the image for larger versions. Possibly French? Input is welcome.

Once in a while, you hear an old war story that restores your faith in humanity. Usually it involves a moment of quiet in the midst of chaos; some singing ...

History of the Battle of Britain

British airmen arming a plane with bombs, WW1 - Stock Image

Folding wings and a torpedo fitted out the "Sea Mosquito"

December 7th, 1941 - Japanese Attack Hawaii Historic HD Footage

In 1911 the Aerial League Secretary George A. Taylor was agitating the Australian Government in both parliament and the press for the creation of a Military ...

The five-inch darts (Pfeile in German) were dropped in batches of 500

Gallagher Great War: 2nd Series Card #134 - Dropping Darts From An Aeroplane

British Monitor repels a bomb-dropping German Taube - Stock Image

Directive 16. "

Designed by the Société anonyme des Etablissements Nieuport in France, the Nieuport 12 served with

Terrible fate: Captain Marvin Watkins, top left, and his crew were downed over

Aircraft from WWI

Battle of Britain file photo [255]

Vietnam War, B-52 Stratofortress Dropping Bombs - Stock Image

Captain Bone Downing a Boche - A remarkable exploit of Captain Bone, one of the

In Britain the calls for root-and-branch defensive reorganisation and swingeing reprisal raids weren't slow in coming. The Cabinet wanted to recall two ...

Stricken ...

The Caproni Ca.5, a biplane heavy bomber, did not impress the American

W-Ordnance P-51 005

USAAF 93rd Bombardment Group, 330th Bombardment Squadron's B-24 Liberator Hot Stuff, the

Gallagher Great War 2nd Series 134 reverse

Heroes of the RAF

Dropping bombs from an aeroplane - World War I - Stock Image

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Vintage Wings of Canada

Captain Gerald Gibbs (left), took this picture along with his observer (far

Polish flying ace Jan Zumbach ( left) with Wing Commander Stefan Witorzenc (centre)

Red Baron 3D PC Box Cover (1998)

This painting by Gil Cohen (Mission to Regensburg) captures the cramped quarters in the

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T/Sgt Harry P. Hoffman, Pine Grove an engineer and top turret gunner on the Flying Fortress B-17 “Knockout Dropper” is a veteran ...

KG200's operational aircraft included six Junkers Ju-188s and a pair of captured and renovated

Dominican Republic air force pilot and maintenance airman inspect an A-29 Super Tucano before a nighttime flight. Photo: Capt. Justin Brockhoff/USAF

(Bottom) Three mechanics are needed to start up the Liberty motors; one to pull the propeller over and two to pull him out ...

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Officers of the 703rd Bomb Squadron, including Jimmy Stewart (highlighted in back row), stand before a Consolidated B-24 Liberator.