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/k/ Weapons

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:17:32 No.12756638

[Missing image file: 04SHINDEN.jpg]

WW2 aircraft thread.

Anything from the period is welcomed.


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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:18:08 No.12756642

[Missing image file: Ambrosini SAI.207.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:19:00 No.12756647

[Missing image file: Ambrosini SAI207.jpg]
>>12756642
I really like the look of this fighter, it looks a lot better than it actually is though.

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:19:36 No.12756653

[Missing image file: Arsenal VG33.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:20:17 No.12756656

[Missing image file: Arsenal VG-33.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:20:53 No.12756659

[Missing image file: Avia B 135.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:21:41 No.12756663

[Missing image file: Avia Av 135.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:22:26 No.12756671

[Missing image file: Bell P39 Airacobra.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:23:00 No.12756672

[Missing image file: Bell P-39 Airacobra.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:23:33 No.12756675

[Missing image file: Bell YFM-1 Airacuda.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:24:06 No.12756677

[Missing image file: BrewsterBuffalo.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:24:48 No.12756681

[Missing image file: BrewsterBuffalo2.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:25:45 No.12756685

[Missing image file: Derp train.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:26:15 No.12756687

[Missing image file: Dewoitine D.520.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:26:15 No.12756688

[Missing image file: 109g.jpg]
Later in the war, the Bf109G2 was upgraded with a stronger cylinder head casting in the engine. Early attempts to run it at boost on MW50 (Germany's methanol based fuel additive) played hell with the cylinder heads. MW50 added over 100hp to the short term power of an engine and made the Bf109 much faster and better in the climb than an La-5, but could only be employed for about 10 seconds at a time and with at least 5 minutes rest in between boost applications.

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:26:53 No.12756693

[Missing image file: Dewoitine D520.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:27:34 No.12756695

[Missing image file: DewoitineD520.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:28:24 No.12756699

[Missing image file: Dornier Do 335 102.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:29:09 No.12756704

[Missing image file: Douglas Devastator Rape Train.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:29:10 No.12756705

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>crtl-F
>lancaster
>0 results

What the hell guys?

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:30:03 No.12756708

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>>12756704
You can really see the Skyraider in the Devastators lines and it kind of turns me on.

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:30:47 No.12756715

[Missing image file: Fairey BattleR.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:31:17 No.12756718

[Missing image file: Fiat G.55.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:31:50 No.12756724

[Missing image file: Fiat G.55-torpedo.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:32:31 No.12756726

[Missing image file: FiatG56-1.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:32:48 No.12756727

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The Russians liked the Hurricane, which proved to be surprisingly suitable for Arctic conditions, was equal in dogfights to the Bf109F at low level (outclassed at height and slower at all heights) and was a capable fighter-bomber, a very useful aeroplane. The local commander, Boris Safonov, registered 30 victories on the Hurricane in less than a year before losing his life attempting to provide air cover to the convoy PQ17

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:33:02 No.12756729

[Missing image file: FockeWulf Fw 190.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:33:42 No.12756735

[Missing image file: Focke-Wulf Fw 190.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:34:21 No.12756741

[Missing image file: Focke-Wulf Ta 152 FINAL KILL.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:35:29 No.12756745

[Missing image file: fokker D.23 mult.jpg]
Always liked this planes design

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:36:04 No.12756749

[Missing image file: Fokker D.23 Soesterberg.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:36:42 No.12756759

[Missing image file: Fokker D.XXI.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:36:56 No.12756761
>>12756705
Night raid during a full moon. Seems legit.

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:37:16 No.12756764

[Missing image file: Fokker DXXI.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:37:48 No.12756768

[Missing image file: Fw190winterscheme-1.jpg]
By July 1944, Hartmann's JG52 had changed over to the FW190. They were operating FW190s when they defended Hungarian airspace against the US 15th Army Air Force and fought against Colonel Blakeslee's 4th Fighter Group. Hartmann made his last kill on 8th May 1945, a Yak 9 which was aerobating over a column of Russian infantry advancing towards Prague; in his autobiography, he noted the futility of his last gesture, but the war was not quite over in that part of Europe, Army Group Centre were fighting on and taking casualties, and it would have been hard to see the victorious Russian enemy deep in the former Reich and do nothing about it. He then returned to base, only 50 kilometers in front of that Russian column, ordered the demolition of the 25 surviving FW190s there, since they had little petrol left and nowhere to run to, and led his men west towards the Americans, who rather spitefully handed him over to the Russians.

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:38:12 No.12756773

[Missing image file: Fokker G1.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:38:51 No.12756779

[Missing image file: Fokker_G.1A_replica_Soest(...).jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:40:25 No.12756796

[Missing image file: Fokker_G.1A_replica_Soest(...).jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:41:04 No.12756798

[Missing image file: Fokker_G.1A_replica_Soest(...).jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:41:38 No.12756803

[Missing image file: FokkerDXXI.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:42:11 No.12756808

[Missing image file: Heinkel_He_112.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:42:56 No.12756812

[Missing image file: IAR 80 replica.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:43:33 No.12756816

[Missing image file: IAR 80.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:44:17 No.12756824

[Missing image file: IAR 80s.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:44:55 No.12756827

[Missing image file: IAR 81.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:45:28 No.12756831

[Missing image file: Ikarus S49C.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:45:55 No.12756837

[Missing image file: Black_Cat_PBY-5_at_NAS_Ja(...).jpg]
Often overlooked in these threads. But I love it nonetheless. Doesn't hurt that Grandpa flew with the Black Cats.

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:46:07 No.12756838

[Missing image file: Ikarus S49-C.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:47:40 No.12756849

[Missing image file: Ikarus-S-49C.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:47:53 No.12756852

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posting the official /k/ plane

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:52:26 No.12756882
>>12756803
Who's roundel is that?

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:53:06 No.12756886

[Missing image file: Koolhoven F.K.58.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:55:00 No.12756900

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>>12756882
Dutch

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:55:06 No.12756902

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The Lancaster came into service in the spring of 1942 but did not make a really serious difference until the winter of 1942; it was the best aircraft Bomber Command operated in WW2 and carried a bigger payload than anything else; even the Boeing B29, a much more sophisticated aeroplane, could not carry the 22,000lb Grand Slam earthquake bomb
Harris also commissioned better bomb sights; the Mark XIV bombsight was a vector bombsight which was less accurate than the Norden sight used by the USAAF but smaller, lighter and (crucially) didn't require the bomber to fly straight and level of 10-20 miles during the bomb run.The ability to change height and direction during the bomb run and still mark the target, which the Mark XIV gave to pilots and bomb aimers, greatly enhanced accuracy later in the war.

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:56:00 No.12756911

[Missing image file: Macchi 205.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:56:46 No.12756919

[Missing image file: Macchi MC.200 NA.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:57:21 No.12756925

[Missing image file: Macchi MC.200 Saetta.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 03:59:12 No.12756942

[Missing image file: Macchi MC.200 SI.jpg]
I've always liked the look of this aircraft, would have liked it if later Italian planes had kept the hump and oversized nose as a distinctive "look" for their aircraft.

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 04:00:01 No.12756947

[Missing image file: Macchi MC.200.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 04:00:36 No.12756950

[Missing image file: Macchi_205_portrait.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 04:01:25 No.12756955

[Missing image file: Me 210.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 04:02:17 No.12756959

[Missing image file: Messerschmitt Bf 109.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 04:03:12 No.12756963

[Missing image file: messerschmitt bf109 paint.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 04:03:50 No.12756968

[Missing image file: Messerschmitt_ME_109E_Wal(...).jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 04:04:33 No.12756974

[Missing image file: Morane Saulnier Ms.406 FINN.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 04:05:55 No.12756990

[Missing image file: Morane Saulnier Ms.406.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 04:06:55 No.12756997

[Missing image file: Morane Saulnier Ms406.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 04:08:27 No.12757006

[Missing image file: Morane-Saulnier Ms406.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 04:09:20 No.12757011

[Missing image file: North American P-64.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 04:09:55 No.12757015

[Missing image file: P40s.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 04:10:29 No.12757021

[Missing image file: P-40 N5 Warhawk.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 04:11:20 No.12757028

[Missing image file: Peacemaker vs super fortress.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 04:12:06 No.12757032

[Missing image file: Potez630.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 04:12:43 No.12757037

[Missing image file: Potez 630.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 04:13:29 No.12757045

[Missing image file: Seversky P-35.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 04:14:41 No.12757050

[Missing image file: TBD-1 Getting ready to un(...).jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 04:15:20 No.12757055

[Missing image file: TBD-1 Unleashing the moth(...).jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 04:16:05 No.12757058

[Missing image file: Unleashing the motherfuck(...).jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 04:16:44 No.12757060

[Missing image file: Tony.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 04:17:28 No.12757065

[Missing image file: il2plural6221.jpg]
an interview with Il-2 pilot Iurii Mikhailovich who survived 84 sorties.

Q. They say that there were 7 killed gunners for each killed pilot, is that true?
A No. Let me explain. We had 105 pilots and 50 gunners killed, why? Because the regiment fought from the beginning to the end of the war. The first half of the war in one-seater aircraft. And the second half in two-seaters. And most of the time, they died together. A ground attack aircraft pilot, according to the statistics, managed to fly 7–8 sorties and then died. Such were statistics.

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 04:17:45 No.12757067

[Missing image file: Vultee P-66 Vanguard.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 04:19:32 No.12757077

[Missing image file: Westland Whirlwind.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 04:20:06 No.12757086

[Missing image file: westlandwhirlwindsuper.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 04:20:57 No.12757092

[Missing image file: XB 35.jpg]
And I'm all out folks, have a good one.

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 04:23:54 No.12757111
I fucking love late interwar aircraft

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Aerospace Engineer. 2012-09-15 04:27:27 No.12757142

[Missing image file: North_American_XP-82_Twin(...).jpg]
>>12757077
>>12757086

The Brits wish they were this cool.

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 14:45:03 No.12759785
I want to see more WW2 era aircraft


Post more WW2 era Aircraft /k/.

Fucking DO IT!

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 14:56:31 No.12759830

[Missing image file: do335-1.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 14:57:07 No.12759834

[Missing image file: do335_7.jpg]

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divefag 2012-09-15 14:59:09 No.12759843

[Missing image file: horten.jpg]
don't mind me, just being 50 years ahead of my time here

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 16:33:10 No.12760150

[Missing image file: FFVS J-22A.jpg]
/k/ is really faggoty sometimes

POSTAN

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 16:34:22 No.12760159

[Missing image file: FFVS_J_22_.jpg]
would've really liked to have seen Sweden throw down in the continuation war, but they were too pussy

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 16:35:18 No.12760163

[Missing image file: VL Myrsky.jpg]
The Finns managed OK by themselves though

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 16:36:24 No.12760168

[Missing image file: VL_Myrsky.jpg]
pic related btw, the Myrsky was an all around decent aircraft, not great in any department, just decent.

Construction methods were shit though.

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 16:37:06 No.12760174

[Missing image file: VL-Myrsky.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 16:38:09 No.12760182

[Missing image file: VLMyrsky.jpg]
Pretty much the definition of "mediocre" as far as aircraft of the time were concerned, pilots managed to hold their own though.

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 16:38:47 No.12760188

[Missing image file: FUCK YEAH WALRUS.jpg]
Walrus' are always good

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 16:39:23 No.12760192
>>12760188
suck it jabroni

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The Salesman 2.0 2012-09-15 16:39:36 No.12760193

[Missing image file: 1318735950786.jpg]
I'm still trying to figure if this is a colorized photo or drawing...

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The Salesman 2.0 2012-09-15 16:40:06 No.12760197

[Missing image file: 1286151502570.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 16:40:40 No.12760201

[Missing image file: Gloster Gladiator.jpg]
The interwar biplanes were always interesting, you can really see the modern all metal, cantillevar, monoplane start to take shape, especially on a lot of the british craft.

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The Salesman 2.0 2012-09-15 16:41:10 No.12760205

[Missing image file: 1289609488744.jpg]
Nothing beats the ME-262...well, maybe the ME-163.

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The Salesman 2.0 2012-09-15 16:41:50 No.12760209

[Missing image file: 1290308282149.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 16:42:13 No.12760213

[Missing image file: Hawker Hurricane.jpg]
and now for somethign completely different.

Quite possibly the most underrated fighter of the war, I blame its looks.

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 16:43:04 No.12760218

[Missing image file: Northrop_P-61_green_airborne.jpg]
>command-f "p-61" 0 results

for shame /k/

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 16:43:44 No.12760221

[Missing image file: Hawker_Hurricane.jpg]
>>12760213
There's just something about it that screams "imma retard", like that one smart kid in class that could never get his shirt on right.

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The Salesman 2.0 2012-09-15 16:44:09 No.12760222

[Missing image file: 1291525578991.jpg]

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The Salesman 2.0 2012-09-15 16:44:39 No.12760227

[Missing image file: 1291525624873.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 16:44:45 No.12760228
>>12760218
Fuck you for not contributing until now and still being a little bitch about it.

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The Salesman 2.0 2012-09-15 16:45:22 No.12760233

[Missing image file: 1291525748455.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 16:45:23 No.12760234

[Missing image file: Hawker-Hurricane.jpg]

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 16:45:40 No.12760235
>>12760228
what? i just found this thread

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 16:46:16 No.12760239
>>12760234
I mean seriously, it like everything about it is ok but that shirt is just ever so slightly askew.

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 16:47:00 No.12760242
>>12760235
fuck you

I hate you

....I....I've just been so lonely

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Anonymous 2012-09-15 16:47:31 No.12760249

[Missing image file: Hawker Tempest.jpg]







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