SM.79 Sparviero Pictures…Image #4: ’Merry Christmas’…bombs for a SM.79
Warplanes of the Nationalist Chinese…Image #2: Two ex-Japanese Kawasaki ki-48 bombers in post-WWII Nationalist Chinese service
Unique Plane Paint Schemes…Image #3: A USAAF B-24 Liberator in the markings of an assembly lead aircraft. Bombers such as these were used to help lead and develop the cohesion of the massive bomber formations of the US bombers that carried out daylight raids in Europe during WWII.
Captured Luftwaffe Warplanes…Image No.2: A Junkers Ju-188 captured by the British and painted with RAF markings
The Dornier Do-17 Fliegender Bleistift…Image No.3: A formation of Do-17Z bombers
It has been reported that the sole surviving example of a Do-17 known to exist is going to be raised from its resting place in the English Channel.
The Dornier Do-17 Fliegender Bleistift…Image No.2: A Do-17Z in service with the Luftwaffe during World War II.
The ‘Z’ variant of the Flying Pencil, powered by two Bramo radials formed the bulk of subtype Do-17s produced. Over 450 Do-17Zs entered Luftwaffe service and was the last version built specifically as a bomber, with some adapted into the night fighter role