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DOUGLAS A-1E SKYRAIDER352 viewsThe history of the Skyraider began during WW II when Douglas submitted a design to the U.S. Navy for the XBT2D-1 as a replacement for the famous SBD dive-bomber. The result was a new airplane designated as the "AD" which made its first flight on March 18, 1945. For the next 12 years there was constant improvement in the airplane up through the AD-7, and 3,180 Skyraiders were delivered to the Navy, many of which were used during the Korean War. In 1963, the U.S. Air Force began a program to modify the AD-5 Skyraider for service in Vietnam and redesignated it the A-1E. Because of its ability to carry large bomb loads, absorb heavy ground fire, and fly for long periods at low altitude, the A-1E was particularly suited for close-support missions. Oct 10, 2004
z506-01831 viewsOct 02, 2004
savoia Marchetti SM82 Canguru634 viewsOct 02, 2004
Savoia Marchetti S55 01654 viewsOct 02, 2004
SavoiaMarchettiS-56B454 viewsOct 02, 2004
Savoia-Marchetti S.62507 viewsBiplane flying boat. The S.62 was not accepted by the Italian armed forces, but some were built for civilian operators and 24 for the USSR. 29 more were built in the USSR. Oct 02, 2004
Savoia-Marchetti S.M.83538 viewsThis version was a civil transport version in a 10-passenger configuration. it was powered by 3 Alfa Romeo 126 RC.34 radial, rated at 750 hp (559 kW)
Number built: unknown out of 23 S.M.83
Oct 02, 2004
Savoia-Marchetti S.73539 viewsThree-engined transport aircraft, a low-wing airplane with fixed landing gear. Its lines would become typical for the Savoia- Marchetti designs. Some were used by the Italian airforce, including four which -- having originally been sold to Belgium -- had served with the RAF before they were captured in North Africa! Oct 02, 2004
macchi-m5457 viewsOct 02, 2004
g55-02443 viewsOct 02, 2004
g50 foto2440 viewsOct 02, 2004
FIAT I CR 42422 viewsOct 02, 2004
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