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Developed as an evolutionary variant of the original Grumman A2F-1H, the sophisticated EA-6A was constructed in the mid-sixties as a dedicated Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) and Electronic Countermeasures (ECM) aircraft. Its primary mission was to "jam" enemy surface-to-air missile radar emissions to protect U.S. Navy and Marine attack aircraft.

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The Mosquito was one of the fastest and most powerful RAF bombers of the Second World War. Up until 1945 a total of 5500 of these aircraft were built. The lightweight Mosquito owes its success to the use of special materials for the basic airframe and the outer wing covering where mainly wood was used instead of aluminium.

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With its characteristic droplet-shaped weapon bays on the sides of the hull and self-sealing fuel tanks the PBY became the U.S. Navy's standard reconnaissance aircraft from 1941 onwards. In addition to long-range reconnaissance and convoy protection, the PBY was primarily used to hunt submarines and surface ships and attack them with depth charges or...

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The C-47 is one of the most legendary aircraft in the history of aviation. During the Vietnam War specially rebuilt C-47's entered service as attack gunships from 1964 onwards. Now known as the AC-47D and nicknamed Puff the Magic Dragon these aircraft were used to deliver concentrated fire support for beleaguered outpost and camps.

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The BV 222 was the largest flying boat built during the second World War. It had a Wingspan of 46 meters and a range of 7000 km. It was developed as an air-transport flying boat for the German Lufthansa. Non-stop flights between Germany and the US were planned carrying between 16 and 24 passengers at a take-off weight around 45 tons.

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Built especially for the U.S. Navy, the PV-1 Ventura featured special equipment for patrol-bombing, including ASD-1 search radar and increased fuel capacity.

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The Fw190 F-8 heavy fighter-bomber was produced in large numbers from the beginning of 1944 onwards and developed specifically for the ground attack role. A 700 kg (1500 lb) bomb load could be carried on five external attachment points. The fuselage armour plating and the wing spars in the area of the main landing gear were strengthened, otherwise the F-8...

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The Boeing B-17F was the first mass-produced Flying Fortress. The most famous plane of this series was the B-17F-10-BO made by Boeing which on 15th July 1942 was delivered to and put into service with 324 Bomber Squadron, 91 Bomber Group at Bassingbourn, England. The crew gave it the nickname "Memphis Belle" after the lady-friend of the pilot Lt. Robert...

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The MiG-21 (NATO reporting name "Fishbed") is a supersonic jet fighter aircraft, designed and built by the Mikoyan-Gurevich Design Bureau in the Soviet Union. Some 50 countries over four continents have flown the MiG-21, and it still serves many nations a half-century after its maiden flight. 

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The Me 262 was one of the world's first effective jet aircraft. Its airspeed far exceeded that of its piston-powered contemporaries, allowing it to attack and withdraw with relative impunity. When flown by experienced pilots, these aircraft were very effective, frequently achieving four-to-one kill to loss ratios.

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For decades the F/A-18 Hornet has been the backbone of the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps aviation branches. The "C" variant of the F/A-18 received extensive upgrades to its radar, avionics, and armament, making it one of the most successful combat aircraft in the world at introduction. It is fully capable of engaging surface and aerial targets and is...

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One of the several advanced fighter designs under development by the Luftwaffe at the end of World War II, the Dornier Do 335 was characterised by its unusual engine placement. With its engines placed at each end of the fuselage it had a considerable reduction in drag, this allowed for speeds in excess of 470 miles per hour. The Do 335 was one of the...

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This unique airplane flew at 2,000 mph at altitudes that are still classified. With high-tech electronic equipment onboard, it gathered strategic reconnaissance information for the U.S. military for over 25 years.

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The Bf109 is one of the Luftwaffe's most famous World War II fighter aircraft. Both its climbing capability and acceleration in the dive were two of the Bf109s strong points. The G-6 was used on all fronts from March 1943 until the end of the war. Later production lots of the Bf109 G-6 were given fixed rear cab windows in a one-piece design which vastly...

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The Douglas A-20 was the first bomber with nose-wheel landing gear and at that time it was not needed by any country on earth! The main model of the A-20 family was the heavily armed G version. The A-20J was a remodelled G version that had frameless glazing in the nose instead of the 6 fixed MG's.

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