Category Archives: World War II-Allies
Photos from this year’s Thunder over Michigan Air Show at Willow Run (Michigan) airport.
Photos from my latest visit to the Behind the Scenes Tour at the National Museum of the United State Air Force. Work is progressing on the B-17 Memphis Belle, and the B-17 Swoose.
Photos from the my latest visit to the National Museum of the United State Air Force in Dayton, Ohio. I traveled down to go on the behind the scenes restoration tour (photos to be posted) and I had a chance to … Continue reading
The Northrop N-1M “Jeep” was an early flying wing aircraft, predecessor to the Northrop N-9M and Northrop XB-35/YB-35 and YB-49 long-range bomber aircraft. This aircraft, the first true flying wing produced in the United States, was developed during 1939 and … Continue reading
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The collection focuses on The Pacific War, a term referring to parts of World War II that took place in the Pacific Ocean, the islands of the Pacific and the Far East. The start of The Pacific War is generally … Continue reading
One of the largest gatherings of B-25 Mitchell bombers since World War II is set to take place as part of a tribute to the Doolittle Tokyo Raiders during their 68th reunion. Approximately 20 aircraft from across the nation are … Continue reading
[usercontrol: /user controls/gallery.ascx ImageUrl=/gallery/b26-10;RepeatColumns=6] The Martin B-26 Marauder was a World War II twin-engine medium bomber built by the Glenn L. Martin Company. The first US medium bomber used in the Pacific Theater in early 1942, it was also used … Continue reading