Jane's All the World Aircraft 1946
All the world's aeroplanes
IL-2 two-seat "Stormovik" Assault Bombers of the Red Air Force.
The IL-2 "Stormovik" Assault-Bomber.
The DB-3F Long-Range Bomber.
The MBR-2 Reconnaissance Flying-boat.
The MIG-3 Single-seat Fighter.
The PE-2 Low Attack and Dive-Bomber Monoplane (two 1,100 h.p. M-105R engines).
The U-2 Training Biplane.
The YAK-1 Single-seat Fighter (1,100 h.p. M-105P engine).
The YAK-7 Advanced Training Monoplane.
The YAK-9 Single-seat Fighter.
The Douglas Boston III Medium Bomber (two Wright R-2600-A5BO engines).
The Douglas Boston IV Medium Bomber, the R.A.F. equivalent of the U.S.A.A.F. A-20J Havoc.
The Douglas A-20K Havoc Attack Bomber (two Wright R-2600-29 engines).
The Douglas A-20G Havoc Attack Bomber.
The Douglas A-26B Invader Three-seat Attack Bomber (two Pratt & Whitney R-2800-71 engines).
The Douglas A-26 Invader.
Палубный истребитель A6M
The Mitsubishi "Zeke" 52 Single-seat Naval Fighter (1,200 h.p. Nakajima Sakae 21 engine).
The Mitsubishi "Zeke" 52 Naval Fighter.
The Arado Ar 196A Two-seat Reconnaissance Seaplane (900 h.p. BMW 132 engine).
The Arado Ar 240V-3. One of the prototypes of the Fighter-Reconnaissance Monoplane
The Armstrong Whitworth Whitley Civil Freight-carrier (two Rolls-Royce Merlin X engines).
A Boeing B-17G, the 5,000th Fortress built by the Boeing Company, which went into service with the 8th Air Force covered with the signatures of employees of the company.
A close-up of the converted Fortress showing the lengthened nose.
B-29-5-BN в полете с открытыми бомболюками
The Boeing B-29 Superfortress Heavy Bomber (four Wright R-3350-23 engines).
The Boeing B-29 Superfortress Heavy Bomber.
The Messerschmitt Me 109G-6 Single-seat Fighter with a wooden tail-unit.
The Messerschmitt Me 109G-6 Single-seat Fighter.
The Blohm & Voss Bv 138 Reconnaissance Flying-boat (three Junkers Jumo 205 engines).
A Curtiss C-46E Commando with the stepped windscreen and revised side windows to be introduced in the post-war CW-20E.
The Douglas DC-3 Commercial Airliner, the progenitor of the most widely-used military transport of the war, - the C-47 Skytrain or Dakota.
The Douglas C-47A Skytrain Military Transport (two Pratt & Whitney R-1830-92 engines).
The Douglas C-53 Skytrooper Troop-carrier and Glider-tug (two Pratt & Whitney R-1830-92 engines).
The Douglas C-47B Skytrain Military Transport (two Pratt & Whitney R-1830-90C engines).
The Douglas C-47C Skytrain Transport fitted with Edo amphibian float gear.
The Douglas C-47 Skytrain Military Transport.
The Douglas C-54B Skymaster Long-range Military Transport (four Pratt & Whitney R-2000-7 engines).
The Douglas C-54 Skymaster Military Transport.
The D.H. Mosquito B.IV Day Bomber.
The D.H. Mosquito B.XVI with extended bomb-bay.
The D.H. Vampire Single-seat Jet-propelled Fighter (D.H. Goblin turbo-jet engine).
The D.H. Vampire Single-seat Jet-propelled Fighter (D.H. Goblin turbo-jet engine).
The D.H. Vampire Jet-propelled Fighter.
The Dornier Do 24 Flying-boat.
The Lockheed P-80A Shooting Star.
The FM-2 Wildcat Single-seat Naval Fighter.
The Chance Vought F4U-4 Corsair Single-seat Naval Fighter (Pratt & Whitney R-2800-18 engine).
The Chance Vought Corsair Naval Fighter.
The Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat Single-seat Naval Fighter (two Pratt & Whitney R-2800-10 engines).
The Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat Single-seat Fighter.
The Focke-Wulf Fw 189A Reconnaissance Monoplane.
The Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-5 Single-seat Fighter (BMW 801D engine).
The Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-4 Single-seat Fighter-Bomber (BMW 801D engine).
The Focke-Wulf Fw 190D Single-seat Fighter.
The Heinkel He 111H Heavy Bomber Monoplane (two 1,075 Junkers Jumo 211 F engines).
The Heinkel He 111H Heavy Bomber.
The Heinkel He 177A-5 Bomber or Oversea Reconaissance Monoplane (two Daimler-Benz DB 610 engines).
The Heinkel He 177A-5 Twin-engined Bomber.
The Henschel Hs 129B Ground-Attack Monoplane.
The Junkers Ju 52/3m General Purposes Military Transport (three 830 h.p. BMW 132 engines).
The Junkers Ju 87D Two-seat Dive Bomber and Ground Attack Monoplane (Junkers Jumo 211 J engine).
The Junkers Ju 87D Dive-Bomber.
The Junkers Ju 88S twin-engined Bomber with hemispherical nose and no under-gun positions.
The Junkers Ju 88A-4 Bomber (two Junkers Jumo 211 J engines).
The Nakajima "Tojo" 2 Army Fighter.
The Kawasaki "Tony" 1 Single-seat Fighter (1,100 h.p. Kawasaki Type 2 engine).
The Macchi C.202 Single-seat Fighter wearing the colours of the Italian Co-belligerent Air Force.
The Messerchmitt Me 410A-3 Reconnaissance Monoplane (two Daimler-Benz DB 603 enignes).
The Bell P-39Q Airacobra Single-seat Fighter (Allison V-1710-85 engine).
The Curtiss P-40K-1 Warhawk Single-seat Fighter with modified fin introduced before the fuselage was lengthened in later models.
The Curtiss P-40N-40 Warhawk Single-seat Fighter (Allison V-1710-115 engine).
The Curtiss XP-40Q Warhawk Single-seat Fighter (Allison V-1710-121 engine).
The Noth American P-51B Mustang Single-seat Fighter (Packard Merlin V-1650-3 engine).
A North American Mustang III Single-seat Fighter with the Malcolm bulged cockpit hood.
A North American P-51D Single-seat Fighter fitted with Bazooka-type rocket projectile equipment.
The North American P-51H Mustang Single-seat Fighter (Packard V-1650-11 Merlin engine)..
The Noth American P-51D Mustang.
The North American P-51H Mustang.
The Bell P-63A Kingcobra Single-seat Fighter (Allison V-1710-93 engine).
The Bell P-63A Kingcobra Single-seat Fighter.
The Douglas SBD-6 Dountless Naval Scout Bomber (Wright R-1830-66 enigne).
The Douglas Dountless Naval Scout Bomber.
The Savoia-Marchetti SM.79 Bomber (three 750 h.p. Alfa-Romeo 126 RC.34 engines).
A Supermarine Spitfire VB with clipped wings as supplied to the U.S.A.A.F. in the British Isles for training purposes.
An Experimental Spitfire IX Float Seaplane.
The North American AT-6C Texan Two-seat Advanced Trainer (Pratt & Whitney R-1340-AN1 engine).
The Hawker Tempest V Single-seat Fighter (2,400 h.p. Napier Sabre IIB engine).
The Hawker Tempest V Single-seat Fighter (Napier Sabre IIB engine).
The Hawker Tempest VI Single-seat Fighter (Napier Sabre V engine).
The first prototype of the Tempest II, LA602, Single-seat Fighter (Bristol Centaurus V engine).
The Hawker Tempest II Single-seat Fighter.
The Hawker Tempest V Single-seat Fighter.
The Bristol Beaufighter X fitted with Rocket Projectile equipment (two Bristol Hercules XVII engines).
"Бофайтер" TF.X поздней серии с форкилем и антенной РЛС AI Mk.VII под обтекателем в носовой части фюзеляжа
The latest version of the Beaufighter X with extended fin (two Bristol Hercules XVII engines).
The Beaufighter X with extended fin.
A close-up view of the nose and power-units of the TB-7 Heavy Bomber.
The TB-7 Heavy Bomber.
Японцы и тайцы использовали в Индокитае бомбардировщики Ki-21
The Mitsubishi "Sally" 2 Army Bomber (two 1,450 h.p. Mitsubishi Type 100 engines).
The Messerschmitt Me 110G (Bf 110C ???) Twin-engined Fighter (two Daimler-Benz DB 605 engines).
The Dornier Do 217K-1 Bomber (two BMW 801 radial engines).
The Dornier Do 217M Bomber (two Daimler Benz DB 603 engines).
The Dornier Do 217E-2 Bomber.
The Dornier Do 217K-2 with wings of increased span.
The Supermarine Seafire IIC Single-seat Naval Fighter (Rolls-Royce Merlin 48 engine).
The Supermarine Seafire F.Mk.45 Single-seat Naval Fighter (Rolls-Royce Griffon 61 engine).
The Supermarine Seafire F.Mk.XVII Naval Fighter.
The Supermarine F.Mk.47 Naval Fighter.
The Hawker Sea Fury Single-seat Naval Fighter (Bristol Centaurus XVIII engine).
The Gloster Meteor Jet-propelled Fighter Monoplane (two Rolls-Royce turbo-jet units).
The Gloster Meteor IV (two Rolls-Royce Derwent V turbo-jet engines) which established a new World's speed record of 606 m.p.h. (969.6 km.h.) on November 7, 1945.
The Gloster Meteor Jet-propelled Fighter.
The Fairey Firefly two-seat Naval Reconnaissance Fighter (Rolls-Royce Griffon II engine).
The Fairey Firefly IV Two-seat Naval Reconnaissance Fighter (Rolls-Royce Griffon 74 engine).
The Fairey Firefly Two-seat Naval Fighter.
The Messerschmitt Me 262A jet-propelled Single-seat Fighter (two Junkers Jumo 004 jet units).
Военно-транспортный самолет C-97
The Boeing Model 377 Transport Monoplane (four Wright R-3350-23 engines).
The Boeing Model 377 Transport.
The operational version of the Heinkel He 162A Jet-propelled Fighter.
P-38L-1 с ранним вариантом ракетных подвесок.
The Lockheed P-38L Lightning with the original 14-rocket installation.
The Lockheed P-38L Lightning with the final standard rocket-cluster installation in use when the war ended.
The Lockheed P-38J Lightning Single-seat Fighter (two Allison V-1710-89/91 engines).
The PS-84 Twin-engined Transport.
Палубный бомбардировщик-торпедоносец B5N
The Nakajima "Kate" 12 Naval Torpedo-Bomber (1,020 h.p. Nakajima Sakae 11 engine).
The Aichi "Val" 22 Navy Dive-bomber.
The Aichi "Jake" 11 Naval Reconnaissance Seaplane (Mitsubishi Kinsei 43 engine).
The Beechcraft C-45A Expeditor Light Personal Transport (two Pratt & Whitney R-985 engines).
The Beechcraft SNB-2 Navigator Navigational Training Monoplane (two Pratt & Whitney R-985 engines).
The Beechcraft AT-11 Kansan Advanced Trainer.
The Messerschmitt Me 163B (Me 163 V8) Rocket-propelled Interceptor (Walter 109-509 liquid-rocket unit).
The Airspeed Horsa I Troop and Freight-carrying Glider.
The Airspeed Horsa Transport Glider.
The Waco CG-4A Fifteen-seat Troop or Cargo-carrying Glider.
The Waco CG-4A Troop-carrying Glider.
"Спитфайр" VII в полете
The Supermarine Spitfire VII High-altitude Fighter, the first to be fitted with a Rolls-Royce Merlin 60 Series engine.
The Avro Lancaster II Heavy Bomber (four 1,600 h.p. Brostol Hercules VI engines).
The Avro Lancaster III Heavy Bomber (four Packard-built Merlin engines).
A de-militarised Avro Lancaster I which was supplied to the British Overseas Airways Corporation.
The Avro Lancaster I Heavy Bomber.
The Lockheed C-69 Constellation Military Transport (four Wright R-3350-31 engines).
The Lockheed Constellation Four-engined Commercial Airliner.
The Lockheed Model 49 Constellation.
The Dornier Do 335A Tandem-engined Day and Night Fighter.
The Dornier Do 335A Tandem-engined Fighter.
The Focke-Wulf Ta 154A Twin-engined Day and Night Fighter.
The Grumman F7F-2N Tigercat Two-seat Night Fighter (two Pratt & Whitney R-2800-22 engines).
The Grumman F7F-2 Tigercat Twin-engined Fighter.
The Boulton Paul Defiant III Target-tug (Rolls-Royce Merlin III engine).
Амфибия Консолидейтед PBY-5A "Каталина"
The Consolidated Vultee PBY-5A Catalina Amphibian (two Pratt & Whitney R-1830-92 engines).
The Consolidated Vultee PBY-5 Catalina Patrol Bomber Flying-boat (two Pratt & Whitney R-1830-92 engines).
The Naval Aircraft Factory PBN-1 Catalina Flying-boat (two 1,200 h.p. Pratt & Whitney R-1830-92 engines).
The Naval Aircraft Factory PBN-1 Catalina Flying-boat (two Pratt & Whitney R-1830-92 engines).
The Naval Aircraft Factory PBN-1 Catalina.
The GST Patrol-Bomber Flying-boat.
The Northrop P-61A Black Widow Night Fighter (two Pratt & Whitney R-2800-10 engines).
The Northrop P-61 Black Widow.
The Dornier Do 217J Night Fighter (two BMW 801 engines).
The Consolidated Vultee B-24J Liberator Long-range Bomber (four Pratt & Whitney R-1830-43 engines).
The Consolidated Vultee B-24J Liberator Long-range Bomber (four Pratt & Whitney R-1830-65 engines).
The Consolidated Vultee B-24N Liberator Long-range Bomber (four Pratt & Whitney R-1830-75 engines).
The Consolidated Vultee B-24J Liberator.
The MDR-6 Reconnaissance Flying-boat.
The Gotha Go 242 Transport Glider.
Шестимоторный Me 323D-1 в полете. Характерная особенность - пулеметы в фюзеляже за крылом
A view of the Messerschmitt Me 323 Transport (six Gnome-Rhone 14N engines).
The Messerschmitt Me 323 Transport.
The Miles M-14 Magister Primary Trainer.
The UT-2 Two-seat Training Monoplane (110 h.p. M-11 enigne).
The Republic P-47D Thunderbolt Single-seat Fighter (Pratt & Whitney R-2800-21 engine).
An R.A.F. Republic Thunderbolt II fitted with two auxillary long-range tanks.
The Republic P-47D Thunderbolt Single-seat Fighter with three auxillary fuel tanks.
The Republic P-47N Thunderbolt Long-range Fighter.
A model of the Bristol Type 167 Long-range Airliner which is under development.
The Bristol 170 Freighter or Wayfarer.
Gloster's G.40, more popularly known by its Air Ministry Specification, E.28/39, like the earlier Heinkel He 178, was produced purely as a flight test bed for British turbojet development. The G.40, W 4041/G, Britain's first pure turbojet powered aircraft first flew on 15 May 1941, followed by the first flight of W 4046/G a year and nine months later, on 1 March 1943. Both aircraft were fitted with various Frank Whittle-designed engines, ranging from the earliest 850lb s.t. W. I to the later 1.526lb s.t. Rolls-Royce W.2B123 and 1.700lb s.t. Power Jets W.21500. Top level speed reached by the short-lived second prototype is cited at 466mph, this machine crashing on 30 July 1943, after spinning inverted from 37.000 feet. The pilot, Sqn. Ldr. Douglas Davie, baled out safely.
The Airspeed Oxford II Advanced Training Monoplane (two Armstrong Siddeley Cheetah X engines).
The Airspeed Oxford Advanced Trainer
The Martin PBM-3 Mariner Patrol-Bomber Flying-boat (two Wright R-2600-12 engines).
The Martin PBM-3 Mariner Flying-boat.
The Armstrong Whitworth Ensign Commercial Transport in its original form with four Armstrong Siddeley Tiger engines.
The Armstrong Whitworth Whitley V.
A front view of the Commonwealth Boomerang Single-seat Fighter Monoplane.
The Commonwealth Boomerang.
The Gotha Go 345 Transport Glider.
The General Aircraft Experimental Twin-Hotspur Troop-transport Glider.
The General Airborne XCG-16A "Flying-wing" type Military Troop and Cargo-carrying Glider.
The Hawker Typhoon IB Single-seat Fighter.
The test installation of two D.H. three-blade contra-rotating airscrews on a Hawker Tornado single-seat fighter.
The Heinkel He 219 Twin-engined Night Fighter.
The Supermarine Spitfire F.R.XIV E Fighter-Reconnaissance Monoplane (Rolls-Royce Griffon 65 engine).
The Supermarine Spitfire P.R.Mk.XIX Photographic-Reconnaissance Monoplane (Rolls-Royce Griffon 65 engine).
The Arado Ar 232B four-engined Transport.
The Bristol Brigand Long-range Attack Monoplane (two Bristol Centaurus 57 engines).
The Bristol Brigand Long-range Attack Monoplane.
The Avro Lincoln I Heavy Bomber (four Rolls-Royce Merlin 85 engines).
The Avro Lincoln Heavy Bomber.
The Cant Z.506B Torpedo-carrying Seaplane.
The Kawanishi "George" 11 Single-seat Naval Fighter (Nakajima Homare 21 engine).
The Supermarine Spitfire F.Mk.22 Single-seat Fighter (Rolls-Royce 61 engine).
The Supermarine Spiteful Single-seat Fighter (Rolls-Royce Griffon engine).
Ta 152V7 - прототип установочной серии Ta 152C-0/R11
The Focke-Wulf Ta 152C Medium-altitude Fighter (Daimler-Benz DB603L engine).
A Junkers Ju 88R Night Fighter (two BMW 801 engines).
The Junkers Ju 88G Night Fighter which had a tail similar to that fitted to the Ju 188.
The Junkers Ju 88C-6 Night Fighter.
The Reggiane Re.2001 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (1,150 h.p. Daimler-Benz DB.601 engine).
The Kawasaki "Nick" 1 Two-seat Fighter (two 1,050 h.p. Mitsubishi Type 1 engines).
The Nakajima "Irving" 11 Night Fighter.
The Handley Page Halifax VI Heavy Bomber (four Bristol Hercules 100 engines).
The Handley Page Halifax III with extended span wings.
The Stirling III Heavy Bomber.
The Wickers-Armstrong Wellington X Heavy Bomber (two Bristol Hercules XVI engines).
The Vickers-Armstrong Wellington V Experimental Bomber with pressurised crew accomodation.
The Wickers-Armstrong Wellington X.
The Junkers Ju 188E Bomber (two BMW 801 D engines).
The nose of the Junkers Ju 188E showing the radar array.
The Junkers 188E Twin-engined Bomber.
The Cant Z.1007bis Heavy Bomber.
The Consolidated Vultee B-32 Dominator Heavy Bomber (four Wright R-3350-23 engines).
The Consolidated Vultee B-32 Dominator.
The Lockheed PV-1 Ventura Naval Patrol Monoplane (two Pratt & Whitney R-2800-31 engines).
The Lockheed PV-2 Harpoon Naval Patrol Monoplane (two Pratt & Whitney R-2800-31 engines).
A Lockheed P-38L Lightning with bombardier nose in place of the fighter armament.
The Martin Baltimore V Light Bomber (two Wright GR-2600-A5B5 engines).
The Martin B-26F Marauder Medium Bomber (two Pratt & Whitney R-2800-43 engines).
A Martin TB-26B Marauder, a stripped version of the B-26B used for training and target towing.
The Martin B-26C Marauder Medium Bomber.
The Kawasaki "Lily" 2 Light Bomber (two Nakajima Type 2 engines).
The Mitsubishi "Betty" 11 Naval Bomber (two Mitsubishi Kasei 15 engines).
The Mitsubishi "Peggy" 1 Heavy Bomber.
The Nakajima "Helen" 2 Army Bomber.
The Yokosuka "Frances" 11 Naval Bomber.
Auster V израильтяне купили у англичан прямо в Палестине
The Taylorcraft Auster V Light Liaison and Observation Monoplane (130 h.p. Lycoming O-290 engine).
The Bucker Bu 181 Bestmann Two-seat Light Training Monoplane (105 h.p. Hirth HM 504 engine).
The Fieseler Fi 156C "Storch" Three-seat Communications Monoplane (240 h.p. Argus As 410C engine).
The Sikorsky R-4B Two-seat Training Helicopter (185 h.p. Warner R-550-1 engine).
The Sikorsky R-4B Training Helicopter.
The Short Sunderland III General Reconnaissance Flying-boat (four Bristol Pegasus XVIII engines).
The Short Sunderland V General Reconnaissance Flying-boat (four Pratt & Whitney Twin-Wasp engines).
The Short Sunderland Civil Transport Flying-boat (four Bristol Pegasus engines).
The Short Sunderland III Flying-boat.
The Supermarine Sea Otter Amphibian Flying-boat (870 h.p. Bristol Mercury 30 engine).
The Blohm & Voss Bv 222 Flying-boat (six Bramo 323 engines).
Do 18 сходит по слипу на воду перед взлетом с базы гидросамолетов в Германии.
The Dornier Do 18 Reconnaissance Flying-boat (two 600 h.p. Junkers Jumo 205 engines).
The Noorduyn C-64 Norseman Transport Monoplane (550 h.p. Pratt & Whitney Wasp engine)..
The Noorduyn Norseman Transport.
The Consolidated Vultee PB2Y-3R Naval Transport (four Pratt & Whitney R-1830-92 engines).
Компания "Curtiss" разработала Seahawk как одноместный самолет, но установка БРЛС ASV и другого оборудования потребовала второго члена экипажа. Первые Seahawk поступили на ЛКР "Гуам".
The Curtiss SC-1 Seahawk Single-seat Shipborne Scout (Wright R-1820-62 engine).
The Grumman J2F-6 Duck General Utility Amphibian built by Columbia Aircraft Corpn.
The Grumman JRF-5 Goose General Utility Amphibian (two Pratt & Whitney R-985-AN6 engines).
The Grumman JRF-6B Goose Amphibian.
The Grumman J4F-1 Widgeon General Utility Amphibian (two 200 h.p. Ranger L-440-5 engines).
The Chance Vought OS2U-3 Kingfisher Two-seat Observation Scout Seaplane (Pratt & Whitney R-985-AN-2 engine).
The Kawanishi "Mavis" 23 Flying-boat.
The Kawanishi "Rex" 11 Fighter Seaplane.
The Mitsubishi "Pete" 11 Observation Seaplane (900 h.p. Mitsubishi Zuisei 13 engine).
The Mitsubishi "Rufe" 11 Single-seat Fighter Seaplane (Nakajima Sakae 12 engine).
The Yokosuka "Glen" 11 Light Seaplane.
The Avro Anson I Armament and Navigation Trainer (two Armstrong Siddeley IX engines).
A Federal-built Anson V Navigational Trainer (two Pratt & Whitney Wasp-Junior engines).
The Bristol Beaufort II with armament removed and modified for use as a Trainer.
A Blackburn-built Fairey Swordfish with Rocket Projectile equipment (Bristol Pegasus 30 engine).
The Fairey Barracuda II Torpedo-Bomber (Rolls-Royce Merlin 32 engine).
The Fairey Barracuda III Torpedo-Bomber (Rolls-Royce Merlin 32 engine).
The Fairey Barracuda V Torpedo-Bomber (Rolls-Royce Griffon VII engine).
The Fairey Barracuda II Torpedo-Bomber.
The Vickers-Armstrong Wellington XIV General Reconnaissance Bomber (two Bristol Hercules XVII engines).
The Wickers-Armstrong Warwick A.S.R.Mk.I with the Mk.IA airborne lifeboat under the fuselage.
The Wickers-Armstrong Warwick G.R.Mk.I.
The Wickers-Armstrong Warwick G.R.Mk.V.
The Focke-Wulf Fw 200C Monoplane.
The Junkers Ju 290A Military Transport (four 1,600 h.p. BMW 801 engines).
The Consolidated Vultee PB4Y-2 Privateer (four Pratt & Whitney R-1830-94 engines).
The Consolidated Vultee PB4Y-2 Privateer.
The Grumman TBF-1 Avenger Three-seat Torpedo Bomber (Wright R-2600-8 engine).
The Avenger II Torpedo Bomber, the Royal Navy version of the TBM-1 built by the Eastern Aircraft Division of General Motors.
A Lockheed Hudson III carrying the British Mk.I Airborne lifeboat.
The Lockheed Hudson III.
The Watanabe "Lorna" 11 Patrol Monoplane.
The Nakajima "Jill" 12 Naval Torpedo-Bomber (1,540 h.p. Mitsubishi Kasei 25 engine).
The Yokosuka "Judy" 33 Naval Dive-Bomber (Mitsubishi Kinsei 62 engine).
The Yokosuka "Judy" 22 Naval Dive-Bomber.
The Armstrong Whitworth Albemarle II Glider-tug and Paratroop Transport (two Bristol Hercules XI engines).
The Avro Anson XII Light Transport (two Armstrong Siddeley Cheetah XV engines).
The Avro XIX Six-passenger Transport, the civil version of the Anson XII.
A Federal-built Anson II as supplied to the U.S. Army Air Forces under designation AT-20.
The Avro York Four-engined Transport (four Rolls-Royce Merlin 24 engines).
The Avro York Transport
The D.H.89A Dragon-Rapide Light Transport (two D.H. Gipsy-six engines).
The D.H. Dominie Navigational Trainer.
The Handley Page Halifax VIII Transport (four Bristol Hercules 100 engines).
The Handley Page Halifax VIII Transport.
Буксировщик планеров "Стирлинг" IV
The Short Stirling IV Troop Transport and Glider-tug (four Bristol Hercules engines).
Транспортный самолет "Стирлинг" V
The Stirling V Transport (four Bristol Hercules engines).
The Vickers-Armstrong Warwick Civil Transport (two Pratt & Whitney R-2800 engines).
The Vickers-Armstrong Warwick C.Mk.III Transport (two Pratt & Whitney R-2800 engines).
The Wickers-Armstrong Warwick C.Mk.III.
The Gotha Go 244 Transport.
The Junkers Ju 352 Military Transport.
Si 204V20 - опытный образец Si 204D
The Siebel Si 204D Light Transport Monoplane (two 600 h.p. Argus As 411 engines).
The Savoia-Marchetti SM.82 Transport.
UC-78B "Бобкэт" ВВС армии США, 1943 г.
The Cessna UC-78 Bobcat Light Personal Transport (two 225 h.p. Jacobs engines).
The Consolidate Vultee C-87 Liberator Transport (four Pratt & Whitney R-1830-43 engines)..
The Consolidate Vultee RY-3 Liberator Naval Transport (four Pratt & Whitney R-1830-94 engines).
The Consolidate Vultee C-87 Liberator Transport.
The Consolidate Vultee RY-3 Transport.
The Lockheed Lodestar Twin-engined Fourteen-passenger Airliner.
The Lockheed C-60 Lodestar Military Transport (two Wright R-1820-87 engines).
The Mitsubishi "Toopsy" 1 Transport.
The Nakajima "Thora" 2 Army Transport.
The Junkers Ju 86P High-altitude Reconnaissance Monoplane (two Junkers Jumo 207 engines).
The Junkers Ju 388K-1 Bomber (two BMW 801 engines).
The Junkers Ju 388J twin-engined Night Fighter.
F-5B-1 из 34-й фоторазведывательной эскадрильи, июнь 1944 г.
The Lockheed F-5B Photographic-Reconnaissance Monoplane (two Allison V-1710-89/91 engines).
An outstanding flashlight shot of the F-10 photographic crew trainer - one hundred of these ex-B-25D-1-NCs being modified in 1943 . Note nose (bulges) and amidships sighting ports. Illustrated is 41-29926. Maximum speed increased from 284 m.p.h. to 290 m.p.h.
The Mitsubishi "Dinah" 2 Army Reconnaissance Monoplane (two 1,050 h.p. Mitsubishi Type 1 engine)..
The Mitsubishi "Dinah" 3 Reconnaissance Monoplane which differs from Model 2 in the shape of the forward cockpit canopy.
The D.H. Tiger-Moth II Two-seat Primary Training Biplane (130 h.p. D.H. Gipsy-Major engine).
The Short Empire Modified "C" Class Flying-boat (four Bristol Pegasus engines).
Three Bucker Jungmann Two-seat Training Biplanes (100 h.p. Hirth engines).
The Bucker Bu 133 Jungmeister Single-seat Advanced Training Biplane (160 h.p. Siemens Sh 14 engine).
The Faucett F-19 Eight-passenger Commercial Monoplane (875 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Hornet" engine).
The Beechcraft GB-2 Traveller Light Transport Biplane (Pratt & Whitney R-985 engine).
The Boeing 307-B Stratoliner as supplied to Transcontinental and Western Air, Inc.
The Boeing 314-A Clipper Flying-boat.
The Fairchild UC-61A Forwarder Light Utility Transport (165 h.p. Warner R-500-7 Super-Scarab engine).
The Fairchild UC-61K Forwarder Light Utility Transport (200 h.p. Ranger L-440-7 engine).
The Fairchild UC-61K Forwarder Light Transport.
The Luscombe Silvaire Two-seat All-metal Monoplane (75 h.p. Continental A75 engine).
The Boeing PT-17 Kaydet Two-seat Primary Training Biplane (220 h.p. Continental engine).
The commercial Stinson SR-10 Reliant Four/five-seat Cabin Monoplane.
The Stinson AT-19 Reliant Navigational Training Monoplane (290 h.p. Lycoming R-680-13 engine).
The Stinson AT-19 Reliant Navigational Trainer.
The Tucan T-1 Single-seat Light Monoplane (65 h.p. Continental A65 engine).
The C.N.N.A. HL-1 Two-seat Light Cabin Monoplane (65 h.p. Continental A-65 engine).
The C.A.P. 1 Planalto Two-seat Advanced Training Monoplane (90 h.p. Franklin engine).
The C.A.P. 4 Paulistinha Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (65 h.p. Franklin engine).
The Avro Tudor I Long-range Civil Transport Monoplane (four Rolls-Royce Merlin 100 engines).
The Avro Tudor I Long-range Transport.
The Avro Lancastrian Long-range Transport (four Rolls-Royce Merlin 24 engines).
The Avro Lancastrian Long-range Transport.
The Blackburn B.20 Experimental Flying-boat with planing bottom and wing-tip floats lowered.
The Blackburn Firebrand F.Mk.I Single-seat Fleet Fighter prototype (Napier Sabre III engine).
The Blackburn Firebrand T.F.Mk.II prototype (Napier Sabre III engine).
The Blackburn Firebrand T.F.Mk.IV Torpedo-carrier (Bristol Centaurus IX engine)..
The Blackburn Firebrand T.F.Mk.IV.
The Bristol Buckingham B.Mk.I Medium Bomber (two Bristol Centaurus XI engines).
The Bristol Buckingham C.Mk.I Transport (two Bristol Centaurus IV engines).
The Bristol Buckingham B.Mk.I Medium Bomber.
The Bristol Buckmaster Advanced Trainer (two Bristol Centaurus IV engines).
The Bristol Buckmaster Advanced Trainer.
The D.H. Dove Light Commercial Transport (two D.H.Gipsy Queen 71 engines).
The D.H. Hornet Single-seat Fighter (two Rolls-Royce Merlin 130/131 engines).
The prototype Sea Hornet landing on an aircraft-carrier during its deck-landing trials.
The D.H. Hornet Single-seat Twin-engined Fighter.
The Fairey Spearfish Torpedo-Dive-Bomber-Reconnaissance Monoplane (Bristol Centaurus 47 engine).
The Folland 43/37 Engine-test Monoplane fitted with Napier-Sabre liquid-cooled power-unit.
The G.A.L. Hamilcar Tank or Vehicle-carrying Glider.
The G.A.L. Hamilcar Hevy Transport Glider.
The General Aircraft Hamilcar X powered Glider (two Bristol Mercury 31 engines).
The General Aircraft Hamilcar X powered Glider.
The Gloster F.9/37 Twin-engined Fighter Monoplane (two Bristol Taurus engines).
A drawing of the Handley Page Hermes Transport monoplane (four Bristol Hercules engines).
Two views of the Handley Page Manx Experimental tail-less Monoplane.
The Martin-Baker M.B.5 Single-seat Fighter (Rolls-Royce Griffon 83 engine).
The Miles M-57 Aerovan Light Freigt or Passenger-carrying Monoplane (two 150 h.p. Cirrus Major engines).
The Miles M-57 Aerovan Light Freighter.
The Miles M-38 Messenger Light Communications Monoplane (140 h.p. D.H. Gipsy-Major engine).
The prototype Miles M-48 Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (150 h.p. Cirrus Major engine).
The Miles M-38 Messenger.
The Miles M-39B Experimental Twin-engined Tandem-wing Monoplane (two 130 h.p. D.H. Gipsy-Major engine).
The Miles M-35 Experimental Tandem-wing Monoplane (130 h.p. D.H. Gipsy-Major engine).
The Miles M-35 Experimental Tandem-wing Monoplane (130 h.p. D.H. Gipsy-Major engine).
The Miles M-33 Monitor Target-towing Monoplane (two Wright R-2600-C14AB engines).
The Miles M-28 Three/four-seat Cabin Monoplane (D.H. Gipsy-Major engine).
The Miles M-19 Master II Glider-tug. The towing hook is below the cut-away rudder.
The Miles M-27 Master III Advanced Training Monoplane (Pratt & Whitney Twin-Wasp Junior engine).
The Miles M-27 Master III Advanced Trainer.
The Miles M-25 Martinet Target-tug.
The Miles M-18 Two-seat Primary Training Monoplane (150 h.p. D.H. Gipsy-Major III engine).
The Percival Proctor IV Communications and Training Monoplane (208 h.p. D.H. Gipsyqueen II engine).
The Short Shetland Flying-boat (four 2,500 h.p. Bristol Centaurus engines).
The Short Shetland Flying-boat (four 2,500 h.p. Bristol Centaurus engines).
The Short Shetland Flying-boat.
The Short Seaford General Reconnaissance Flying-boat (four Bristol Hercules 100 engines).
The Vickers-Armstrong V.C.1 Viking Transport Monoplane (two 1,675 h.p. Bristol Hercules 130 engines).
The Vickers-Armstrong V.C.1 Viking Transport.
The Vickers-Armstrong Windsor Heavy Bomber (four Rolls-Royce Merlin 85 engines).
The Westland Welkin I High-altitude Fighter (two Rolls-Royce Merlin engines).
"Велкин" F Mk.I в полете
The Westland Welkin I High-altitude Fighter (two Rolls-Royce Merlin engines).
The Westland Welkin I High-altitude Fighter.
The Commonwealth Wackett Two-seat Training Monoplane (165 h.p. Warner Super-Scarab engine).
The Fairchild PT-19 "Cornell" Two-seat Primary Training Monoplane (175 h.p. Ranger engine).
The Fleet-Fairchild Cornell Two-seat Training Monoplane (200 h.p. Ranger engine).
The Blohm & Voss Bv 144 Transport.
The Bucker Bu 182C Kornett Single-seat Advanced Training Monoplane (80 h.p. Bucker M 700 engine).
The Bucker Bu 182C Advanced Trainer.
In this view of the Focke-Wulf Fw 191 Experimental Bomber the rear-firing armament is shown clearly.
The Heinkel He 274 Four-engined Bomber.
An interesting view of the Junkers Ju 287 Experimental Jet-propelled Heavy Bomber, showing the layout of the wings and tail-unit.
The Junkers Ju 390 Six-engined Transport.
The Messerschmitt Me 264 Experimental Long-range Bomber and Reconnaissance Monoplane (four Junkers Jumo 211 engines).
The Nakajima "Liz" 2 Heavy Bomber.
The J 22 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (Swedish-built Pratt & Whitney Twin-Wasp engine).
The BHT-1 Beaty Single-seat Light Monoplane.
The SAAB-21A Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (Swedish-built DB 605B engine).
The SAAB-17B Three-seat Reconnaissance Seaplane (Swedish-built Pegasus engine).
The SAAB-18A Three-seat Light Bomber (two Swedish-built Pratt & Whitney engines).
The C.3603 Two-seat General Purposes Military Monoplane (1,000 h.p. Hispano-Suiza 12Y engine).
The Nu.D.36 Two-seat Training Biplane (150 h.p. Walter Gemma engine).
The Allied Trimmer Light Amphibian Flying-boat (two Continental C75 engines).
A Beechcraft AT-10 Wichita fitted with an experimental Vee tail-unit.
The Beechcraft AT-10 Wichita Advanced Trainer.
The Bell P-59A Airacomet Single-seat Fighter Trainer (two General Electric I-16 turbo-jet units).
The Bell P-59A Airacomet Jet-propelled Fighter Trainer.
The Bell XP-77 Light Single-seat Fighter (Ranger V-770-7 engine).
The Bell Experimental Two-seat Helicopter (160 h.p. Franklin engine).
The Budd RB-1 Conestoga All-steel Transport (two Pratt & Whitney R-1830-92 engines).
The Call-Air Model A Two-seat Light Monoplane (100 h.p. Lycoming engine).
The Consolidated Vultee Model 39 Transport (four Pratt & Whitney R-1830-94 engines).
The Consolidated Vultee Model 39 Transport.
Тренировочный самолет Консолидейтед SNV-2 "Вэлайент"
The Consolidated Vultee SNV-2 Valiant Two-seat Basic Trainer (Pratt & Whitney R-985 engine).
The Curtiss XP-46 Experimental Single-seat Fighter (Allison V-1710-39 engine).
The Ercoupe Model 415-C Two-seat "Two-control" Light Monoplane (65 h.p. Continental A65 engine).
The Eshelman FW-5 "The Wing" Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (325 h.p. Lycoming engine).
The Fairchild C-82 Packet Cargo and Troop Transport (two Pratt & Whitney R-2800-22 engines).
The Fairchild C-82 Packet Transport.
AT-21 имел фюзеляж овального поперечного сечения с увеличенной высотой, разнесенное двухкилевое хвостовое оперение и убирающееся трехопорное шасси.
The Fairchild AT-21 Gunner Gunnery Crew Trainer (two Ranger V-770-15 engines).
The prototype Fisher XP-75 Single-seat Fighter with P-40 outer wings and A-24 tail-unit.
The final version of the Fisher P-75A Single-seat Fighter (Allison V-3420-19 engine).
The Frankfort TG-1A Two-seat Training Glider.
The Higgins Experimental Two-seat Helicopter (180 h.p. Warner engine).
The first experimental Hx-44 Hiller-copter (125 h.p. Lycoming engine).
The Howard GH-2 Light Personnel Transport (Pratt & Whitney R-985-AN12 engine).
The Laister-Kauffman LK-10B (TG-4A) Two-seat Training Glider.
The Laister-Kauffman XCG-10A Military Troop or Cargo-carrying Glider.
The Laister-Kauffman XCG-10A Glider.
A line-up of three Laister-Kauffmann Baby Albatros Single-seat Gliders.
The Landgraf Model H-2 Twin-Rotor Helicopter (85 h.p. Pobjoy Type R engine).
The Landgraf Model H-2 Twin-Rotor Helicopter.
The Martin XPB2M-1R Mars Transport Flying-boat (four Wright R-3350 engines).
The Meyers OTW-160 Light Training Monoplane (160 h.p. Kinner R-56 engine).
The Piper L-4H Grasshopper Light Observation and Liaison Monoplane (65 h.p. Continental O-170-3 engine).
The Platt-Le Page XR-1A Experimental Twin-rotor Helicopter (Pratt & Whitney R-985-AN1 engine).
The Republic Seabee Light Amphibian Flying-boat (175 h.p. Franklin engine).
The Schweizer SGU 1-19 Single-seat Glider.
The Schweizer SGS 2-12 Two-seat Sailplane which was used as a training glider by the U.S.Army.
The Sikorsky R-5A Two-seat Observation Helicopter (450 h.p. Pratt & Whitney R-985-AN1 engine).
The Sikorsky R-6A Two-seat Observation Helicopter (245 h.p. Franklin O-405-9 engine).
The Sikorsky R-6A Two-seat Observation Helicopter (245 h.p. Franklin O-405-9 engine).
The Stinson L-5A Sentinel Two-seat Light Liaison and Observation Monoplane (190 h.p. Lycoming O-435-1 engine).
The Stinson L-5B Sentinel Light Ambulance (190 h.p. Lycoming O-435-1 engine).
The Stinson L-5 Sentinel.
The Stinson 125 Voyager Three-seat Light Cabin Monoplane (125 h.p. Lycoming engine).
The Taylorcraft Model D Two-seat Light Training Monoplane (65 h.p. Continental engine).
The Taylorcraft L-2 Grasshopper Light Liaison and Observation Monoplane (65 h.p. Continental engine).
The Taylorcraft L-2 Grasshopper.
The Waco CG-15A Sixteen-seat Troop and Cargo-carrying Glider.
The Waco CG-15A Military Transport Glider.
The Waco CG-13A 42-seat Troop or Cargo-carrying Glider.
The Waco CG-13A Military Transport Glider.
The Douglas C-74 (DC-7) Transport.
The Aichi "Grace" 11 Carrier-borne Attack Plane.
The Arado Ar 234A, which has a skid undercarriage, taking off on an auxillary wheeled chassis.
The Arado Ar 234C fitted with four BMW 003 jet units in two paired units.
The Arado Ar 234B Bomber-Reconnaissance Monoplane.
The Piasecki P-V2 Experimental Single-seat Helicopter (90 h.p. Franklin engine).
The North American B-25H Mitchell Medium Bomber armed with a 75 mm cannon and fourteen 50-cal. machine-guns.
The North American B-25J Medium Bomber with a special nose armament of eight 50-ca. machine-guns.
The North American B-25J Mitchell Medium Bomber (two Wright R-2600-29 engines).
The North American B-25J Mitchell Bomber.
The Aeronca Super-Chief (Model 65LB) Two-seat Light Monoplane (65 h.p. Lycoming engine).
The Aeronca L-3H Light Liaison and Observation Monoplane (65 h.p. Lycoming O-145-B1 engine).
The Airspeed A.S.39 Fleet Shadower (four 130 h.p. Pobjoy Niagara V engines).
The Airspeed A.S.45 Advanced Training Monoplane (Bristol Mercury VIII engine).
The BA-4 Single-seat Light Biplane.
The Taylorcraft Auster J.1 Three-seat Light-cabin Monoplane (100 h.p. Cirrus Minor II engine).
The Short Sandringham Flying-boat.
The North American F-6A Mustang Photographic-reconnaissance Monoplane (Allison V-1710-81 engine).
The North American F-6D Mustang Photographic-Reconnaissance Monoplane (Packard V-1650-9 Merlin engine).
The D.H. Sea Mosquito prototype with wings folded. Special Radar equipment is installed in the nose.
The first Australian-built Mosquito F.B.Mk.40 Fighter-Bomber (two Packard-built Merlin 31 engines).
The D.H. Mosquito P.R.IX Photographic-Reconnaissance Monoplane (two Rolls-Royce Merlin 72 engines).
A Canadian-built Mosquito as supplied to the U.S. Army Air Forces under the designation F-8.
D.H.Mosquitos outside the Toronto plant of the de Havilland Aircraft of Canada, Ltd.
The Hurricane IV Single-seat Fighter with Rocket Projectile equipment (Rolls-Royce Merlin 21 engine).