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A-20G

Douglas A-20 Havoc / DB-7 Boston was a family of twin-engine aircraft which included attack aircraft, light bomber and night fighter variants and which served with US, British, Soviet and other air forces during WWII...

Country : USA
Type : Ground Attack, Bomber
Year : 1941
B-17E

The legendary B-17 American heavy bombers were rightly called Flying Fortresses. This four-engined heavy bomber was an all-metal hero, an extremely durable aircraft that could return to the airfield with just one engine, riddled with bullets. 

Country : USA
Type : Heavy Bomber
Year : 1942
B-17E late

The legendary B-17 American heavy bombers were rightly called Flying Fortresses. This four-engined heavy bomber was an all-metal hero, an extremely durable aircraft that could return to the airfield with just one engine, riddled with bullets. 

Country : USA
Type : Heavy Bomber
Year : 1942
B-17G

The Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress was the first American all-metal heavy bomber. The plane was designed in 1934 in response to a design competition for a coastal anti-ship bomber. A year later the Boeing-299 prototype was built...

Country : USA
Type : Heavy Bomber
Year : 1943
F-86A-5

The development of the Sabre began in the autumn of 1944 as a modification of the NA-134 shipboard fighter. In November 1944, North-American presented its plan for a daytime fighter to the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF): the NA-140 model, based on the NA-134 and later given the designation of XP-86.

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1948
F2A-3

The Brewster F2A Buffalo was the first monoplane carrier-based fighter that served in the American fleet. The aircraft had an all-metal construction, with the exception of the control surfaces...

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1938
F4F-3

The first model, the XF4F-1, was a biplane, but to meet the demands of U.S. Navy’s carrier-based monoplane competition, the Grumman Company changed the design, creating the XF4F-2 prototype...

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1939
F4F-4

The Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat was a single-engine all-metal construction plane in the F4F series. The F4F-4 increased the number of 12.7 mm machine guns to six and was built with manually folding wings...

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1942
F4U-1A

The single-engine Chance Vought F4U Corsair was designed in 1938 for a U.S. Navy single-seater carrier-based fighter competition. The prototype showed excellent performance characteristics but was in need of substantial improvement.

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1943
F4U-1d

When designing the single-engine carrier-based fighter-bomber designated as the Chance Vought F4U-1D Le Corsaire (“The Corsair”), it was decided to ignore the new weaponry from the F4U-1C and use six of the proven 12.7 mm machine guns...

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
F6F-3

One of the best single-seater carrier-based fighters of World War II was the Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat. The Hellcat owes its existence to the long string of failures experienced by the F4U Corsair...

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1943
OS2U-1

In March 1937, the Chance-Vought company, then part of United Aircraft Corporation, obtained an order from the US Navy to design a catapult reconnaissance-spotter float plane to replace the obsolete Curtiss SOC biplane...

Country : USA
Type : Floatplane
Year : 1938
OS2U-3

To familiarize the crews with the new aircraft, the series OS2U-2 was produced in 1940. It had non-retractable wheel landing gear. There were 158 of these logical successors to the OS2U-1...

Country : USA
Type : Floatplane
Year : 1940
P-26A-33

A single-seat, all-metal braced monoplane fighter with an open cockpit and retractable landing gear in its fairings. It was designed by the design office of the Boeing Company.

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1934
P-26A-34

Many problems were revealed when the P-26's operation began. The 29th production P-26А was the first to obtain enlarged fuselage spine fairing, and the planes already produced were modified directly on the front lines.

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1934
P-26A-34 M2

P-26Аs produced later had reinforced armament: one synchronous 7.62 mm Browning M1 machine gun to the left of the fuselage and one synchronous large-calibre 12.7 mm Browning M2.5 machine gun to the right.

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1934
P-26A-35

A number of countries showed interest in the Peashooter, and the Boeing Company began to create an export version of the aircraft. The first plane of its kind (Model 281) got off the ground for the first time in August 1934.

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1934
P-26B-35

In addition to the P-26Аs they had already received, the USAAC ordered 25 more fighters. Two of them were designated P-26В (Model 266A). These aircraft were equipped with 600 hp Pratt & Whitney R-1340-33 nine-cylinder, air-cooled, fuel-injected engines.

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1935
P-40E-1

Allied forces have used this American single-engine fighter all over the world: in Europe, Africa, Asia and the Pacific theater. P-40E-1 'Kittyhawk' modification of that plane, made for the British Air Force...

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1941
P-47D Thunderbolt

The Republic P-47 Thunderbolt was an American fighter-bomber of the WWII era. It was one of the main USAAF fighters of WWII, especially effective as a fighter-bomber. The P-47 was also sent to the USSR via the lend-lease program...

Country : USA
Type : Fighter, Ground Attack
Year : 1943
P-51D-5 Mustang

The North-American P-51 Mustang was an American fighter designed in the early 1940s and is considered the best US fighter of WWII. It was widely exported to countries in Europe, Asia, Africa and South America. 

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
SBD-3

A carrier-based dive-bomber/reconnaissance aircraft. The most well-known U.S. Navy bomber, and perhaps the most significant dive-bomber of the war. Despite the fact that the decision to write off the SBD...

Country : USA
Type : Dive Bomber
Year : 1942
TBF-1C

The TBF Torpedo Bomber was created to replace the outdated Devastators, which suffered from insufficient speed and short range. The TBF, also known as the Avenger, had good range and load capacity and the ability to carry cargo inside the fuselage...

Country : USA
Type : Bomber, Torpedo Bomber
Year : 1942
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