The English Field

The English Field

It's hard today to picture what it was like for those boys, the bomber crews who based out of England and taking the battle to Germany. The cold, the damp, the uncertainty and the great fatalities at ...

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The Unsung P-40

The Unsung P-40

When the P-40 first came off the assembly line, it was ahead of its time. But by the start of WWII, it was already considered by many behind the times. It truly had its hands full in ...

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The Quiet C-45

The Quiet C-45

WWII brought all sorts of aircraft to the skies, most know well the bombers and the figures but the aircraft the quietly served in the background seemed to be lost. The C-45 Expeditor, better known as the ...

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The Classic P-51D

The Classic P-51D

The P-51D Mustang is one of the most iconic aircraft of WWII. Still flown today across the globe by those celebrating this amazing aircraft, its bubble canopy and clean lines are very distinctive. In the air, it's ...

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F6F Hellcat Furry

F6F Hellcat Furry

The F6F Hellcat came along in 1943 replacing the Wildcat as the Navy's front line fighter. Carrier based, this bad boy was the least modified aircraft during its production run with over 12,000 being produced. It's speed ...

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WB-57 Long Wing

WB-57 Long Wing

The WB-57 is an unique aircraft, three exist and have been flown since the 70s by Nasa. Their mission varies from high-altitude airborne platforms to US Government agencies, academic institutions, and commercial customers in order to support ...

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F4U-4 Corsair

F4U-4 Corsair

The Corsair is an unique aircraft in that it played a major roll in two different wars. It had a vital roll alongside jets in Korea. In Korea, the Corsair served as a major ground support platform. ...

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De Havilland 82A Tiger Moth

De Havilland 82A Tiger Moth

Before you could fly the Spitfire or Lancaster, just like the pilots in the US, English pilots started out in a trainer. In the US, the Stearman was the trainer nearly every pilot started in. In England, ...

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The Terrific T6

The Terrific T6

The T6 Texan is an amazing aircraft that many find hard to believe is a warbird. But it most certainly is! The full designation is AT-6 with AT standing for Advanced Trainer. It would be hard to ...

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The "Tiger Jaws" nose art has come to be known as the "Flying Tigers" or more formally, the AVG, America Volunteer Group. The AVG flew the P-40, an earlier version from this P-40E belonging to the Texas ...

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