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Through the Pass by Heinz Krebs After combat with Luftwaffe fighters over southern Germany, a pair of 82nd FG P-38s return to their bases s...

Through the Pass by Heinz Krebs After combat with Luftwaffe fighters over southern Germany, a pair of 82nd FG P-38s return to their bases s...

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Lt. Col. A P Clark's Spitfire was shot down over France July 26, 1942. He was flying with the RAF before the US was officially in the war. He spent the rest of the war in Stadlag Luft III, the camp of the "Great Escape"

Lt. Col. A P Clark's Spitfire was shot down over France July 26, 1942. He was flying with the RAF before the US was officially in the war. He spent the rest of the war in Stadlag Luft III, the camp of the "Great Escape"

Kawasaki Toryu by hugegadjit on deviantART

Kawasaki Toryu by hugegadjit on deviantART

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14068246_1245737558804843_5998633368920328037_n.jpg 736 × 736 pixlar

hanspanzer: “USS Arizona en Pearl Harbor y un Kate ”

hanspanzer: “USS Arizona en Pearl Harbor y un Kate ”

The Aichi D3A, (Allied reporting name "Val")[2] was a World War II carrier-borne dive bomber. It was the primary dive bomber of the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN), and participated in almost all IJN actions, including the attack on Pearl Harbor. The Aichi D3A was the first Japanese aircraft to bomb American targets in the war, commencing with Pearl Harbor and U.S. bases in the Philippines, such as Clark Air Force Base. Vals sank more Allied warships than any other Axis aircraft.

The Aichi D3A, (Allied reporting name "Val")[2] was a World War II carrier-borne dive bomber. It was the primary dive bomber of the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN), and participated in almost all IJN actions, including the attack on Pearl Harbor. The Aichi D3A was the first Japanese aircraft to bomb American targets in the war, commencing with Pearl Harbor and U.S. bases in the Philippines, such as Clark Air Force Base. Vals sank more Allied warships than any other Axis aircraft.