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Articles: WW2 Stories
A B-17 War Story
Charlie Brown was a B-17 Flying Fortress pilot with the 379th Bomber Group at Kimbolton , England. His B-17 was called 'Ye Old Pub' and was in a terrible state, having been hit by flak and fighters. The compass was damaged and they were flying deeper over enemy territory instead of heading home to Kimbolton....continues
jackfolla on March 16 2008 00:32:46
Adolf Galland and the dramatic air combat July of 1941

H. Göring and A. Galland

Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring wondered with Adolf Galland his air victory insignia on Messerschmitt's Bf-109 F tail. Wisscent airfield, spring 1941....continues

webmaster on May 10 2006 01:48:44
Anabuki Satoru's deed over Rangoon

Shot of MSgt Anabuki Satoru with his lethal Ki-43 Hayabusa ("Oscar") in the background. In the text there is another photo of Anabuki posing besides his Nakayima Ki-43.

Like many other aces, Anabuki Satoru felt attraction for aviation since his early years. So, he entered in the Youth Preparatory Flight Program of the Japanese Army when he was still a teenager....continues

webmaster on May 10 2006 01:25:40
Australian Aircraft Of World War Two
Australian Aircraft Of World War Two BOMBERS, GROUND ATTACK AIRCRAFT : Avro Lancaster B Mk I Bristol Beaufighter Mk I, II, IV, VIc, X Bristol Blenheim Mk Va Consolidated B-24D, J, L/M Liberator Curtiss A-18 Shrike II de Havilland Australia DAP Beaufighter Mk 21 de Havilland Australia DAP Beaufort Mk I, V, VI, Via, VII, VIII, IX de Havilland DH 98 Mosquito PR40, FB40, PR41, FBVI, PRXVI, FII, TIII, T43, NFXVII, NF30 Douglas A-20A, C, G Boston Fairey Swordfish Handley Page Halifax Mk II, III, VI Handley Page Hampden Mk I Lockheed Ventura Mk I, II, V Lockheed Hudson Mk I, II, III, IV Martin B-26 Marauder Martin Baltimore Mk IV, V North American B-25D, J Mitchell Vickers Wellington Mk Ic, III, IV, VIII, X, XIII Vultee Vengance Mk I, II, IV, IVa Westland Lysander FIGHTER AICRAFT : Bell P-39D, F Airacobra Boulton Paul P.82 Defiant Brewster F-2A Buffalo Bristol Bulldog II Commonwealth Aircraft CA-12, CA-13, CA-14, CA-19 Boomerang Curtiss P-40B Tomahawk Curtiss P-40E, K, M, N Kittyhawk Gloster Gauntlet Gloster Gladiator Hawker Hurricane Mk I, IIc North American P-51D, K Mustang Supermarine Spitfire I, Vb, Vc, FVIII, HFVIII, IX, XVI TRANSPORT, COMMUNICATION, RECONNAISSANCE AIRCRAFT : Auster AOP III, V Avro Anson GRI, TI Beech 17 Cessna C 34 de Havilland DH 50A de Havilland DH 83 Fox Moth de Havilland DH 86 de Havilland DH 89 Dragon Rapide de Havilland DH 90 Dragonfly Douglas C-47 Dakota Douglas DC 2 Douglas DC 3 Fairchild 24 Ford Trimotor Hawker Audax Hawker Demon Junkers G3, W34 Lockheed Lodestar Lockheed P-38 Lightning Lockheed Vega Miles Falcon Miles Hawk Miles Merlin Noorduyn Norseman Northrop Delta Percival Vega Gull Republic RP-43 Lancer Ryan ST-M Stinson Reliant Tugan Gannet Waco WQC.6 Westland Wapiti IIA SEA, AMPHIBIOUS AIRCRAFT : Consolidated PBY-5, 5a, PB2B-1, PB2B-2, PB2B-2R3 Catalina Dornier Do 24K Douglas Dolphin 3 Martin PBM Mariner Short Sunderland Mk II, III Supermarine Seagull V Supermarine Southampton Supermarine Walrus Vought OS2U Kingfisher
jackfolla on August 06 2008 06:01:29
British Aircraft Of World War Two
British Aircraft Of World War Two BOMBERS, GROUND ATTACK AIRCRAFT : Armstrong Whitworth A.W.38 Whitley Avro Lancaster Avro Lincoln Avro Manchester Blackburn B.24 Skua Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress Bristol Brigand Bristol Buckingham Consolidated B-24 Liberator Curtiss 77 SBC4 de Havilland 98 Mosquito Douglas 8A Nomad Douglas A-20 Boston Douglas SBD Dauntless Fairey Albacore Fairey Barracuda Fairey Battle Fairey Firefly Fairey Seal Fairey Swordfish Grumman TBF Avenger Handley Page HP 52 Hampden Handley Page HP 57 Halifax Hawker Hart Hawker Hector Lockheed Hudson Lockheed Ventura Martin B-26 Marauder Martin Baltimore Martin Maryland North American B-25 Mitchell Short Stirling Vickers Vildebeest Vickers Vincent Vickers Warwick Vickers Wellesley Vickers Wellington Vultee A-31, A-35 Vengeance FIGHTER AICRAFT : Bell P-39 Aircobra Blackburn B.25 Roc Boulton Paul Defiant Brewster F2A Buffalo Bristol Beaufighter Bristol Beaufort Bristol Blenhiem Curtiss 75 Mohawk Curtiss P-40 Kittyhawk Douglas A-20 Havoc Fairey Fulmar Gloster Gladiator Gloster Meteor Grumman F4F Martlet Grumman F6F Hellcat Hawker Hurricane Hawker Sea Hurricane Hawker Tempest Hawker Typhoon Lockheed P-38 Lightening North American P-51 Mustang Republic P-47 Thunderbolt Supermarine Seafire Supermarine Spitfire Vought F4U Corsair Westland Whirlwind TRANSPORT, COMMUNICATION, RECONNAISSANCE AIRCRAFT : Airspeed AS.5 Courier Airspeed AS.51, 58 Horsa Airspeed AS.6 Envoy Argus III (Fairchild F.24) Armstrong Whitworth A.W.15 Atalanta Armstrong Whitworth A.W.41 Albermarle Avro Anson Avro Commodore Avro York Bellanca Pacemaster Breda B.25 Bristol Bombay British Klem L.25 British Klemm B.K.1 Caudron C.445 Caudron C.630 Cierva C.40 Curtiss T32 Condor de Havilland DH 89 de Havilland DH 91 Albatross de Havilland DH 93 Don de Havilland DH 95 Flamingo Douglas C 47 Dakota Douglas DC 2 Fokker F.XXII Handley Page HP 54 Harrow Hawker Hardy Hawker Osprey Koolhoven FK.43 Lockheed 10 Lockheed 12 Lockheed 18 Messerschmitt Bf 108 Miles M11 Whitney Miles M16 Mentor Miles M17 Monarch Miles M3 Falcon Miles M38 Messenger Percival Proctor Percival Q.6 Petrel Savoia-Marchetti SM S.73 Sikorsky R4 Hoverfly Stinson L1 Stinson Reliant Stinson Sentinal Vickers Valentia Westland Lysander Westland Wallace Westland Wapiti SEA, AMPHIBIOUS AIRCRAFT : Consolidated PBY Catalina Consolidated PB2Y Coronado Curtiss 82 SO3C Fairchild 942 Fairey Seafox Grumman G.44 Widgeon Martin PBM Mariner Northrop N3PB Saro A.27 London Saro S.36 Lerwick Short S.19 Singapore Short S.23 Empire Flying Boat Short S.25 Sunderland Short S.35 Seaford Supermarine Scapa Supermarine Sea Otter Supermarine Stramraea Supermarine Walrus
jackfolla on August 06 2008 05:59:07
Clive "Killer" Caldwell - Stuka Party

Clive Robertson "Killer" Caldwell

Photos: RAAF Museum (2) and Skrzydlata Polska (1).

Clive "Killer" Caldwell - Stuka Party

Written by George Dragicevic

Portrait of Group Captain Clive Caldwell, DSO, DFC & Bar, Polish Cross of Valour.

Clive Robertson Caldwell was born in Lewisham, Sydney on the 28th of July, 1911. Pre war he trained for his civil pilot's licence whilst a member of the Royal Aero Club ...continues

webmaster on May 16 2006 08:56:31
Douglas Bader - "personification of RAF heroism during the Second World War."

Bader and his pilots.

Douglas Bader - "personification of RAF heroism during the Second World War."

Written by Eric Bogomolny.

Bader (fourth from right) with the predominantly Canadian flying personnel of No. 242 squadron. He quickly dispelled suspicions that he planned to lead the squadron from behind a desk.

Few men become legends in their lifetime. Douglas Bader was one of these men. Fighter ace, international sportsman, constant rule-breaker and incorrigible escaper, he spread exasperation and irritation wherever he went ......continues

webmaster on May 16 2006 09:11:09
Enigma Machine
The Enigma machine was invented by Albert Scherbius. The Enigma was originally patented commercial product. The Enigma offered more than 712 million possible key combinations. The inventor of Enigma tried to sell his machine to large corporations. In 1935, the Nazi navy bought the rights and restricted the sale to the army. The Enigma was a cipher machine that was used by the German Forces during WW11, to encrypt messages sent by radio. The Germans thought that the Enigma was so secure that even the capture of a machine by the Allies was not considered serious. May 9, 1941: As the German submarine U-110 sunk, the crew abandonned ship. The ship was captured by British destructor HMS Aubretia. The British boarded the Sub, and succeeded in capturing an Enigma machine. They also captured the books containing the planned settings for the rotors. The center of the British codebreaking effort was based at Bletchley Park. Several machines called "Turing bombes" were constructed to test and reduce the number of possible keys for each message before decryption. Various types of Enigma machines were used by the Italians and Japanese.
jackfolla on August 06 2008 06:17:02
Germany Aircraft Of World War Two
Germany Aircraft Of World War Two BOMBERS, GROUND ATTACK AIRCRAFT : Arado Ar 234 Ar 234B-0 Ar 234B-1 Ar 234B-2 Ar 234C Ar 234C-1 Ar 234C-2 Ar 234C-3 Ar 234C-4 Ar 234C-5 Ar 234C-7 Ar 234D Arado Ar 240C-3 Arado Ar 66C Arado Ar 95A Caproni CA.314 Dornier Do 17 Do 17E-1 Do 17L Do 17M Do 17M-1 Do 17R Do 17U-0/U-1 Do 17Z Do 17Z-0 Do 17Z-1 Do 17Z-2 Do 17Z-5 Dornier 215 Do 215B-0 Do 215B-1 Dornier Do 217 Do 217C Do 217E-1 Do 217E-2 Do 217E-3 Do 217E-4 Do 217E-5 Do 217H Do 217K-3 Do 217L Do 217M-1 Do 217M-3 Do 217M-5 Do 217R Feisler Fi 103R Fi 103R-IV Feisler Fi 167 Fi 167A Fi 167A-0 Fiat CR.42 Focke-Wulf FW 189C FW 189A-4 Focke-Wulf FW 190A-5/U14 torpedo FW 190A-5/U15 FW 198A-8/U3 mistel FW 190A-8/U11 torpedo FW 190F-8/U2 torpedo bomb FW 190F-8/U3 torpedo bomb FW 190F-8/14 torpedo Focke-Wulf FW 200 Fokker C.VD Gotha Go 145 Heinkel He 111 Heinkel He 177 Henschel Hs 123 Henschel Hs 129 Junkers Ju 188 Ju 188A-2 Ju 188A-3 Ju 188E-1 Ju 188E-2 Ju 188S-1 Junkers Ju 290 Ju 290A-1 Ju 290A-2 Ju 290A-3 Ju 290A-4 Ju 290A-5 Ju 290A-7 Ju 290A-8 Ju 290A-9 Junkers Ju 388 Ju 388K-0 Junkers Ju 52/3mg3e Junkers Ju 86D-1 Ju 86E-1 Ju 86E-2 Ju 86G-1 Junkers Ju 87 Stuka Ju 87A-1 Ju 87B-1 Ju 87B-2 Ju 87C-1 Ju 87D-1 Ju 87D-2 Ju 87D-3 Ju 87D-5 Ju 87D-7 Ju 87G-1 Ju 87R Junkers Ju 88A-1 Ju 88A-4 Ju 88A-5 Ju 88A-6 Ju 88A-6/U Ju 88A-7 Ju 88A-8 Ju 88A-9 Ju 88A-10 Ju 88A-11 Ju 88A-13 Ju 88A-14 Ju 88A-15 Ju 88A-17 Ju 88P-1 Ju 88P-2 Ju 88P-3 Ju 88P-4 Ju 88S-0 Ju 88S-1 Ju 88S-2 Ju 88S-3 Junkers Ju 88 Mistel Mistal 1 Mistal 2 Mistel 3A Mistel 3B Mistel 3C Piaggio P.108 FIGHTER AICRAFT : Ar 240A Ar 240B Ar 240C Ar 240C-1 Ar 240C-2 Arado Ar 68F Ba 349A Ba 349B BV 155A-1 BV 155B BV 155C Dornier Do 17Z-6 Krauz I Do 17Z-10 Krauz II Dornier Do 215B-5 Dornier Do 217J-1 Do 217J-2 Do 217N-1 Do 217N-2 Do 335A Do 335A-1 Do 335A-4 Do 335A-6 Do 335A-10 Do 335A-12 Do 335B-1 Do 335B-2 Focke-Wulf FW 187 Falke FW 187A FW 187A-0 Focke-Wulf FW 190 FW 190A-0 FW 190A-1 FW 190A-2 FW 190A-3 FW 190A-3/U-1 FW 190A-3/U-3 FW 190A-3/U-7 FW 190A-3/Trop FW 190A-4 FW 190A-4/U1 FW 190A-4/R6 FW 190A-4/U8 FW 190A-4/Trop FW 190A-5 FW 190A-5/R6 FW 190A-5/U2 FW 190A-5/U3 FW 190A-5/U6 FW 190A-5/U8 FW 190A-5/U11 FW 190A-5/U13 FW 190A-5/U16 FW 190A-5/Trop FW 190A-6 FW 190A-6/R1 FW 190A-6/R2 FW 190A-6/R3 FW 190A-6/R4 FW 190A-6/R6 FW 190A-6/Trop FW 190A-7 FW 190A-7/R1 FW 190A-7/R2 FW 190A-7/R3 FW 190A-7/R4 FW 190A-7/R6 FW 190A-7/Trop FW 190A-8 FW 190A-8/R1 FW 190A-8/R2 FW 190A-8/R3 FW 190A-8/R4 FW 190A-8/R6 FW 190A-8/R7 FW 190A-8/R11 FW 190A-8/R12 FW 190A-9 FW 190A-9/R1 FW 190A-9/R2 FW 190A-9/R3 FW 190A-9/R4 FW 190A-9/R6 FW 190A-9/R11 FW 190A-9/R12 FW 190A-9/Trop FW 190B-1 FW 190D-0 FW 190D-9 FW 190D-9/R11 FW 190D-10 FW 190D-11 FW 190D-12 FW 190D-12/R5 FW 190D-12/R11 FW 190D-12/R21 FW 190D-12/R25 FW 190D-13 FW 190D-13/R5 FW 190D-13/R11 FW 190D-13/R21 FW 190D-13/R25 FW 190D-14 FW 190F-1 FW 190F-2 FW 190F-3 FW 190F-3/R1 FW 190F-8 FW 190F-8/R1 FW 190F-8/R2 FW 190F-8/R3 FW 190F-8/R5 FW 190F-8/R8 FW 190F-8/R11 FW 190F-8/R14 FW 190F-8/R16 FW 190F-9 FW 190G-0 FW 190G-1 FW 190G-2 FW 190G-3 FW 190G-4 FW 190G-8 Focke-Wulf Ta 152 Ta 152B-5 Ta 152B-5/R11 Ta 152C Ta 152C-0 Ta 152H Ta 152H-0 Ta 152H-0/R11 Ta 152H-0/R31 Ta 152H-1 Heinkel He 219 Junkers Ju 88 C-1 Ju 88C-1 Ju 88C-2 Ju 88C-3 Ju 88C-4 Ju 88C-5 Ju 88C-6 Ju 88C-6b Ju 88C-6c Ju 88C-7a Ju 88C-7b Ju 88C-7c Ju 88G-1 Ju 88G-4 Ju 88G-6a Ju 88G-6b Ju 88G-6c Ju 88G-7a Ju 88G-7b Ju 88G-7c Ju 88H-2 Ju 88Nbwe Macchi MC 205 Messerschmitt Bf 109 Messerschmitt Bf 110 Messerschmitt Me 163 Messerschmitt Me 210 / 410 Messerschmitt Me 262 TRANSPORT, COMMUNICATION, RECONNAISSANCE AIRCRAFT : Aero A.304 Amiot 354 Ar 232B (20) Arado Ar 240C-4 Armstrong Whitworth A.W.27 Ensign Benes Mraz Be.51 Bloch MB.162 Bloch MB.220 Blohm und Voss BV 141 BV 141A BV 141B Blohm und Voss BV 142 Caproni Ca.313G Caudron C.445 Dornier Do 17F-1 Do 17S-0 Do 17P Do 17P-1 Do 17Z-3 Dornier Do 200 Dornier 215B-4 Dornier Do 217A-0 Do 217P Do 217P-0 Douglas DC 3 Fiat G.12 Fiat G.18 Fiesler Fi 156 Fi 156A-0 Fi 156A-1 Fi 156B-1 Fi 156C-0 Fi 156C-2 Fi 156C-3 Fi 156C-3/Trop Fi 156C-5 Fi 156D-0 Fi 156D-1 Fi 156E-0 FW 189A-0 ) FW 189A-1 FW 189A-1/Trop FW 189A-1/U2 FW 189A-1/U3 FW 189A-2 FW 189F-1 FW 189F-2 Focke-Wulf FW 190A-3/U4 FW 190A-4/U4 FW 190A-5/U4 Focke-Wulf Ta 152E-1 Ta 152E-2 Ta 152H-10 Focke-Wulf FW 47 FW 47C FW 47D Gotha Go 244 Heinkel He 116 Heinkel He 60 Heinkel He 70 Henschel Hs 126 Junkers Ju 188 Ju 188D-1 Ju 188D-2 Ju 188F-2 Junkers Ju 252 A Junkers Ju 290 Ju 290A-0 Ju 290A-6 Junkers Ju 352 Herkules Ju 352A Junkers Ju 388L Junkers Ju 52 3m Ju 52 3mg3e Ju 52 3mg4e Ju 52 3mg5e Ju 52 3mg6e Ju 52 3mg7e Ju 52 3mg8e Ju 52 3mg9e Ju 52 3mg10e Ju 52 3mg11e Ju 52 3mg12e Ju 52 3mg13e Ju 52 3mg14e Ju 88D-0 Ju 88D-2 Ju 88D-3 Ju 88D-5 Ju 88H-1 Ju 88H-3 Ju 88D-4 Ju 88T-1 Ju 88T-3 Junkers Lioret et Olivier LeO 451T Messerschmitt Bf 108 Messerschmitt Me 323 Savoia Marchetti SM 75 Savoia Marchetti SM 82 SIAMAN 200 Siebel Fh 104 Hallore SNCAC Si 204 SEA, AMPHIBIOUS AIRCRAFT : Arado Ar 196 Ar 196A-0 Ar 196A-1 Ar 196A-2 Ar 196A-3 Ar 196A-4 Ar 196A-5 Ar 196B-0 Blohm und Voss BV 138 BV 138A-0 BV 138A-1 BV 138B-0 BV 138B-1 BV 138C-1 BV 138 MS Blohm und Voss BV 222 BV 222A BV 222C Dornier Do 18 Do 18D-0 Do 18D-1 Do 18D-2 Do 18D-3 Do 18G-1 Do 18N-1 Dornier Do 24 Do 24K-1 Do 24K-2 Do 24N-1 Do 24T-1 Do 24T-2 Do 24T-3 Dornier Do 26 Do 26A Do 26D Focke-Wulf FW 58W Hamburger Flugzeubau Ha 139 Ha 139A Ha 139B/MS Heinkel He 114 Heinkel He 115 Heinkel He 115 Heinkel He 59 Lioret et Olivier LeO H.246
jackfolla on August 06 2008 06:11:57
Japan Aircraft Of World War Two
Japan Aircraft Of World War Two BOMBERS, GROUND ATTACK AIRCRAFT : Aichi B7A Ryusei Aichi D3A1 Fiat Br 20 Kawanishi Ki 48 Kawasaki KDA 2 Kawasaki Ki 3 Kawasaki Ki 32 Kawasaki Ki 66 Kokusho B3Y Kyushu Q1W Mitsubishi B2M Mitsubishi B5M Mitsubishi G3M Mitsubishi G4M Mitsubishi Ki 1 Mitsubishi Ki 167 Mitsubishi Ki 2 Mitsubishi Ki 20 Mitsubishi Ki 21 Mitsubishi Ki 30 Mitsubishi Ki 51 Mitsubishi Ki 67 Nakajima B5N Nakajima B6N Nakajima Ki 115 Nakajima Ki 49 Seversky 2PA Tachikawa Ki 74 Yokosuka B3Y Yokosuka D4Y Yokosuka D5Y Yokosuka MXY7 Yokosuka P1 FIGHTER AICRAFT : Heinkel He112 Kawanishi N1K1 J Kawanishi P1Y2-S Kawasaki Ki 10 Kawasaki Ki 100 Kawasaki Ki 102 Kawasaki Ki 45 Kawasaki Ki 61 Lavochkin LaGG.3 Mansyu Ki 116 Mitsubishi A5M Mitsubishi A6M Mitsubishi G6M1 Mitsubishi J2M Mitsubishi J4M Mitsubishi J8M/Ki Mitsubishi Ka 14 Mitsubishi Ki 109 Mitsubishi Ki 200 Mitsubishi Ki 73 Nakajima A1N Nakajima A2N Nakajima A4N1 Nakajima Army Type 91 Nakajima J1N1 Nakajima Ki 113 Nakajima Ki 27 Nakajima Ki 43 Nakajima Ki 44 Nakajima Ki 58 Nakajima Ki 84 Nakajima Ko-4 Nakajima NC Army Type 91 Fighter Rikugan Ki 202 Shusui-kai Tachikawa Ki 106 TRANSPORT, COMMUNICATION, RECONNAISSANCE AIRCRAFT : Curtiss Wright CW 22 Fokker Universal Hitachi T.R.1 Kabaya Ka-1 Kawasaki KDA 2 Kawasaki Ki 10 "Perry Kawasaki Ki 3 Kawasaki Ki 56 Kokusai Ki 105 Kokusai Ki 59 Kokusai Ki 76 Mansyu Ki 71 Mansyu MT 1 Messerschmitt Bf 108 Mitsubishi 2MR8 Mitsubishi C5M Mitsubishi K3M Mitsubishi Ka 1 Mitsubishi Ki 15 Mitsubishi Ki 46 Mitsubishi Ki 57 Mitsubishi Ki 71 Mitsubishi L3Y Nakajima C2N Nakajima C6N Nakajima Douglas DC 2 Nakajima G5N2-L Nakajima Ki 34 AT-2 Nakajima Ki 4 Nakajima L1N Nakajima L2D1 Showa L2D Tachikawa Ki36 Tachikawa KKY Tokyo Gasu-Denki KR2 Yokosuka L3Y SEA, AMPHIBIOUS AIRCRAFT : Aichi E10A Aichi E11A1 Aichi E13A1 Aichi E16A1 Aichi E3A Aichi H9A1 Aichi M6A1 Hiro H1H Hiro H4H HXD1, 2 Kawanishi E15K Kawanishi E5K1 Kawanishi E7K Kawanishi H6K Kawanishi H8K Kawanishi K8K1 Kawanishi-Short H3K Mitsubishi F1M Nakajima A6M2 N Nakajima E2N Nakajima E4N2 Nakajima E8N Watanabe E9W Yokosuka E14Y Yokosuka E1Y Yokosuka H5Y Yokosuka K4Y Yokosuka K5Y
jackfolla on August 06 2008 06:10:26
Navajo Code Talkers
In 1942, Philip Johnson suggested that the U.S. Marines use the Navajo language as a secret code. Johnson had grown up on an Navajo Reservation. The Navajo language had complex syntax, tonal qualities and dialect. Navajo was not a written language. Less than 30 non-Navajos understood it. A Navajo code programme was established at Camp Pendleton at Oceanside, California. 29 Navajo Code Talkers were recruited. More than 450 frequently used military terms were given Navajo equivalents. About 400 Navajos agents were trained to use the code. From these, 300 were active in the field. Navajo Code Talkers were a part of every major Marine assault during the Second World War. Navajo soldiers were often at great risk from being shot in battle by their own side as they looked like Japanese, and often mistaken for one. The role of Navajo code breakers was kept a secret until 1968. In December, 1981, President Ronald Reagan awarded the Navajo Code Talkers with a Certificate of Appreciation. 29 Code Breakers received Congressional Gold Medals in 2001 and the rest received Silver Medals.
jackfolla on August 06 2008 06:17:54
Panel installation
First, it is very important to read the readme file within the .zip package. Second, if you replace a panel with a new one, make sure you backup the contents of the panel folder of the aircraft ...........read more click the title
jackfolla on October 01 2006 20:04:43
Plane launched from Japanese submarine attacks U.S. mainland

World War II Air Raid in
Oregon Was a Real Bomb!

When Jimmy Doolittle commanded his daring
World War II air raid on Tokyo, neither he
nor other American military brass could
have imagined the bizarre counter attack
by the Japanese five months later....continues

webmaster on May 09 2006 15:24:55
United States Aircraft Of World War Two
United States Aircraft Of World War Two BOMBERS, GROUND ATTACK AIRCRAFT : Boeing B-17 YB-17 Y1B-17A B-17B B-17C B-17D B-17E XB-38 XC-108 B-17F F-9 F-9A, -9B PB-1 PB-1W TB-40 XB-40 XC-108B YB-40 YC-108 B-17G B-17H BQ-17 F-9C PB-1 PB-1G PB-1W RB-17G FB-17 Boeing B-29 YB-29 B-29 B-29A F-13A B-29B Consolidated B-24 Liberator Consolidated B-32 Consolidated TBY 2 Curtiss 77 SBC.4 Curtiss 84 SB2C Helldiver Curtiss A-12 Shrike Douglas A-20 Douglas SBD Dauntless Douglas TBD Devastator Grumman TBF Avenger Handley Page Hampden Lockheed A-29 Hudson Lockheed B-34/B-37 Ventura Martin A-26 Martin A-30 Baltimore Martin B-10 Martin B-26 North American B-25 Mitchell Northrop BT.1/BT.2 Northrop JB.10 Vought SB2U Vindicator Vultee V-72 A35 FIGHTER AICRAFT : Bell FM-1 Airacuda YFM-1 YFM-1A YFM-1B Bell P-39 YP-39A P-39C P-39D P-400 P-39F P-39J P-39K P-39 L P-39M P-39N and Q TP-39F TP-39Q P-39 F2L Boeing P-26B Brewster F2A Buffalo F2A-1 F2A-2 F2A-3 Bristol Beaufighter VIF Chance Vought F4U Corsair F4U-1 FG-1 Goodyear F2G-1 Goodyear F2G-2 Goodyear F4U-1A F3A-1 Brewster F4U-1C F4U-1D FG-1D Goodyear F4U-2 F4U-4 F4U-4C F4U-4P Curtiss P-40 Warhawk P-40 P-40A P-40B Tomahawk Mk.IIA P-40C Tomahawk Mk.IIB P-40D P-40E P-40F Kittyhawk Mk II and IIA P-40K P-40L P-40M P-40N P-40N P-40N Grumman F4F Wildcat Grumman F6F Hellcat Grumman F7F Tigercat Grumman F8F North American P-51 Mustang Northrop P-61 Black Widow Republic P-43 Lancer Republic P-47 Thunderbolt Ryan FR.1 Fireball Severesky P.35 Supermarine Spitfire TRANSPORT, COMMUNICATION, RECONNAISSANCE AIRCRAFT : Aeronca Model 65 Grasshopper YO-56 O-58 O-58A O-58B L-3 L-3A L-3B L-3C L-3D, -3E, -3F, -3G, -3H, -3J Beech 17 YC-43 UC-43 UC-43A JB-1 Traveller GB-1 Traveller GB-2 Traveller Beech 18 C-45 C-45A C-45B C-45C C-45D C-45E C-45F F-2 F-2A F-2B JRB-1 JRB-2, -3 SNB-2H, -2P Boeing C-73 Boeing C-75 Boeing XC-105 Budd Conestoga RB-1 Cessna T-50 C-78 UC-78A UC-78B UC-78C JRC-1 Curtiss Curtiss 97 Curtiss SOC.1/3 Seagull Curtiss-Wright C-46 de Havilland Mosquito Douglas B-23/UC-67 Douglas C-47 Dakota Douglas DC-2 Douglas DC-4 Douglas DC-5 Douglas O-46 Douglas XB-19A Fairchild 24 Fairchild C-82 Funk B.75 Grumman G.22/G.32 Howard DGA-15 Interstate S1B Cadet L-6 Lockheed 12 Lockheed 18 Lockheed L.49 Noorduyn Norseman Piper J3 Piper J4 Cub Coupe Piper J5 Cruiser Sikorsky R-4 Sikorsky R-5 Spartan 7 Stinson Sentinal L5 O-62 L-5A L-5B L-5C L-5E L-5G XL-5 Stinson Model 105 AT-19A Stinson 10-A Voyager AT-19B Vought O3U Corsair SEA, AMPHIBIOUS AIRCRAFT : Beech 18 AT-7A Boeing Model 314 Clipper C-98 B-314 Consolidated PB2Y Cononado Consolidated PBY Catalina Curtiss 85 503C Douglas Dolphin Grumman G.21 Grumman G.44 Grumman J2F Duck Martin China Clipper Martin PBM Mariner Martin XPB2M-1 Naval Aircraft Factory N.A.F. N3N Canary Naval Aircraft Factory N.A.F. PN Sikorsky S.43 Vought OS2U Kingfisher
jackfolla on August 06 2008 06:00:32
Urban Drew's Two Me 262 Victories

P-51's of 361 FG in air.

A colour picture of "Mustangs" of the 8th AF 361st FG. They stationed at Bottisham, but soon headed for a baze in France - St. Dizier.

Second Lieutenant Urban Drew began World War Two as a flight instructor, in seven months flying 700 hours in P-51 "Mustangs", while his cadets out had all of 60 hours in the P-51....continues

webmaster on May 10 2006 02:05:13



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