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Cutaway art of the nose of a B17...

Cutaway art of the nose of a B17...

Deux bombardiers B26 Maraudeur de la 9th AF en vol, ils sont revêtus des bandes d'invasion ce qui fixe la date entre le 6 juin et début juillet.  A gauche : B-26B-15-MA du 453rd BS, 323rd BG, immatriculation 41-31604 " Miss Fortune " mais plus connu comme " Moral Buster " VT-F.  A droite, sous réserve, B-26B-25-MA 41-31826 " Flying Dutchman II " du 453rd BS, 323rd BG VT-M, pilote Lt Van Antwerp.

Two Marauder Bombers of the Air corps in Flight, Normandy, France, July 1944

Henschel Hs P.75 Cutaway, showing interior details drawn by Justo Miranda/ Reichdreams Research Services

Henschel Hs P.75 Cutaway, showing interior details drawn by Justo Miranda/ Reichdreams Research Services

I have this print at home reproduced as a poster as for an air show. Romain Hugault art.

Yesterday at Duxford's Flying Legends airshow I got this print from a great French comic book and pin-up artist - Romain Hugault.

Invader fought in more wars than any other aircraft type of era.Americans flew the attack bomber in WWII,Korea & Vietnam,while other air forces fought in Indo-China,Algeria,Biafra,Cuba,Congo,& at least a dozen other conflicts.Douglas A-26B Invader, “Feeding Frenzy,” built at end of WWII,flew with French in Indo-China in 1950s & later operated by Hughes Tool Company.

Invader fought in more wars than any other aircraft type of era.

North American : XP-82 : Twin Mustang Took two pilots to fly it & it was used as an All Weather Interceptor.

North American : : Twin Mustang Took two pilots to fly it it was used as an All Weather Interceptor.

A26 Invader from Hesja Air Art Photography, pretty amazing view.

Invader from Hesja Air Art Photography, pretty amazing view.

A rare glimpse into the cockpit of a Martin B-26 Marauder. As you can see, the co-pilot does not have an instrument panel and his yoke is side-mounted, providing forward access to the nose gunner and bombardier. The displays were centrally mounted so both pilots could see them.

A rare glimpse into the cockpit of a Martin Marauder. As you can see, the co-pilot does not have an instrument panel and his yoke is side-mounted,.

The Messerschmitt Me 323 Gigant ("Giant") was a German military transport aircraft of World War II. It was a powered variant of the Me 321 military glider and was the largest land-based transport aircraft of the war. A total of 213 are recorded as having been built, a few being converted from the Me 321.

Messerschmitt Me 323 "Gigant" Colorized photo by Jared Enos Original from Bundesarchiv Bild Flugzeug Me 323 Gigant photo .

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