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Swedish Air Force Saab 105 (Swedish high-wing, twin-engine trainer aircraft) still in service

Swedish Air Force Saab 105 (Swedish high-wing, twin-engine trainer aircraft) still in service

20 Times College Students Proved That They Are The Smartest People

20 Times College Students Proved That They Are The Smartest People

McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing) F/A-18 Hornet

McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing) F/A-18 Hornet

Well Said Quotes Humans ft. Super Mario

Well Said Quotes Humans ft. Super Mario

Photos of Budapest from 1944-1945

Photos of Budapest from 1944-1945

B-17, brought the crew home, amazing

B-17, brought the crew home, amazing

The B-17 was famous for her durability and survivability. Here one B-17 of the 100th Bomber Squadron of the USAAF rests in an English airfield after being severely damaged by flack over Frankfurt. She was eventually repaired and returned to normal duty, 1944.

The B-17 was famous for her durability and survivability. Here one B-17 of the 100th Bomber Squadron of the USAAF rests in an English airfield after being severely damaged by flack over Frankfurt. She was eventually repaired and returned to normal duty, 1944.

B-17 could absorb a lot of damage and continue to fly, this is a G model

B-17 could absorb a lot of damage and continue to fly, this is a G model

A group of "Viermots" (Vier Motoriges- Four engined) B-17 Flying Fortresses, being received by the "welcoming committee" over the Skies of Germany, a group of Focke-Wulf Fw 190A "Sturmbock" equiped with armoured cockpit and heavy armament. Cover illustration for Aerojournal magazine. Models, textures, scene & illustration by Piotr Forkasiewicz

A group of "Viermots" (Vier Motoriges- Four engined) B-17 Flying Fortresses, being received by the "welcoming committee" over the Skies of Germany, a group of Focke-Wulf Fw 190A "Sturmbock" equiped with armoured cockpit and heavy armament. Cover illustration for Aerojournal magazine. Models, textures, scene & illustration by Piotr Forkasiewicz

Who wore it better?

Who wore it better?