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Seen in Sicily on June 1943, this is one of the CR.42s employed as "last-ditch" effort against the Allied landings. Several interesting details are noticeable: the sand filter under the nose; the large new spinner, and the elimination of the wheel pants to improve a fast maintenance of the leg oleo struts. The late camouflage consisting of dark green overall with big sand blotches is even more noticeable here.

Seen in Sicily on June 1943, this is one of the CR.42s employed as "last-ditch" effort against the Allied landings. Several interesting details are noticeable: the sand filter under the nose; the large new spinner, and the elimination of the wheel pants to improve a fast maintenance of the leg oleo struts. The late camouflage consisting of dark green overall with big sand blotches is even more noticeable here.

Tomahawk Thursday: Capt Colwell's Shark mouthed P-40K Warhawk of the 51st Fighter Group.

Tomahawk Thursday: Capt Colwell's Shark mouthed P-40K Warhawk of the 51st Fighter Group.

Lt. William Simmons of Los Angeles, California, member of the 9th Air Force fighters, poses in front oLt William Simmons of Los Angeles California member of the 9th Air Force. England. 11 May 1944.

Lt. William Simmons of Los Angeles, California, member of the 9th Air Force fighters, poses in front oLt William Simmons of Los Angeles California member of the 9th Air Force. England. 11 May 1944.

The Fiat CR.32 was an Italian biplane fighter used in the Spanish Civil War and WWII. This nimble little Fiat was compact, robust & highly maneuverable and gave impressive displays all over Europe in the hands of the Pattuglie Acrobatiche.[3] The CR.32 fought in North and East Africa, in Albania & in the Mediterranean theatre. The CR.32 saw service in the air forces of China, Austria, Hungary, Paraguay & Venezuela. BFD

The Fiat CR.32 was an Italian biplane fighter used in the Spanish Civil War and WWII. This nimble little Fiat was compact, robust & highly maneuverable and gave impressive displays all over Europe in the hands of the Pattuglie Acrobatiche.[3] The CR.32 fought in North and East Africa, in Albania & in the Mediterranean theatre. The CR.32 saw service in the air forces of China, Austria, Hungary, Paraguay & Venezuela. BFD

The Fiat CR.32 was an Italian biplane fighter used in the Spanish Civil War and World War II. This nimble little Fiat was compact, robust and highly manoeuvrable and gave impressive displays all over Europe in the hands of the Pattuglie Acrobatiche.

The Fiat CR.32 was an Italian biplane fighter used in the Spanish Civil War and World War II. This nimble little Fiat was compact, robust and highly manoeuvrable and gave impressive displays all over Europe in the hands of the Pattuglie Acrobatiche.

"Button Nose" of the 535th BS 381st BG. http://awartobewon.com

"Button Nose" of the 535th BS 381st BG. http://awartobewon.com

359°FG mustangs

359°FG mustangs

Douglas SBD-5 Dauntless dive bombers belonging to 231st Bombardment Squadron, US Marine Corps  Madzhouro airfield, Marshall Islands, 1944.

Douglas SBD-5 Dauntless dive bombers belonging to 231st Bombardment Squadron, US Marine Corps Madzhouro airfield, Marshall Islands, 1944.

Casually-attired flying personnel of III/6 Dywizjon receiving orders on 31 August 1939.The aircraft seen in front of the P.11 fighters parked in the background is an RWD-8 trainer, which had been requisitioned from a flying club prior to the outbreak of war. These machines would be used extensively for liaison duties until the end of the Polish campaign in October 1939. Photo and caption (a longer version) featured in Osprey Aircraft of the Aces 21 “Polish Aces of ww2″

Casually-attired flying personnel of III/6 Dywizjon receiving orders on 31 August 1939.The aircraft seen in front of the P.11 fighters parked in the background is an RWD-8 trainer, which had been requisitioned from a flying club prior to the outbreak of war. These machines would be used extensively for liaison duties until the end of the Polish campaign in October 1939. Photo and caption (a longer version) featured in Osprey Aircraft of the Aces 21 “Polish Aces of ww2″

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