Junkers Ju 88 Vol. 3

In early 1940 at Junkers Flugzeug- und Motorenwerke A.G. wide-range preparations for series production of the new version of the Junkers Ju 88 bomber, designated A-4, which was the most produced bomber version of this aircraft began.


Dornier Do 22

The Dorniers trace their origins to a French family from the department of Isere.


Messerschmitt Bf 109 F

Twelve Spitfires reported over Berck-sur-Mer! We could still have a go at these lads…

An-26

The Antonov An-26 (NATO reporting name “Curl”) was originally designed for “Aeroflot” – the Russian national airline and biggest carrier in Russia – to meet its requirement for a light passenger/cargo transport aircraft capable of replacing its ageing fleet of Li-2s and Il-14s.

F-16C Fighting Falcon

F-16 Fighting Falcon (also unofficially known as Viper) has been one of the most famous multi-role combat aircraft in the world for the last three decades and the backbone of United States Air Force.


Air Combat During Arab-Israeli Wars

The conflict between Israel and the Arab states has been continuing with varying intensity for about 100 years (and in some cases since much earlier times).

MiG-19PM

The PM variant of the MiG-19 fighter aircraft (NATO reporting name “Farmer”) entered service with the USSR in 1956.

F-14 Tomcat

In the early 1960’s Grumman had worked with General Dynamics in the development of a carrier-based fighter version of the TFX, the F‑111B.

Yakovlev Yak-1 Vol. II

The pursuit of better performance continued until all the possibilities for improvement were literally squeezed out of the Yak-1’s mixed design characterized by an all-wooden wing.


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