Discussion in 'WWII General' started by pampa14, Nov 9, 2013.
Interesting. Thank you for sharing!
I share with you a full report and photos of one of the most curious and faster design of aircraft produced in Germany before the war and ended up not entering service. Visiting the link below you will find an extensive report, many photos and a poll. Click the link below, make a visit and give your opinion about the impact and supremacy that this plane would have given the Luftwaffe, had been produced and entered into active service.
Dammit, I keep forgetting to see who the poster is before clicking on links....
The following link provides an interesting and full report with information and many photos about the use by the major military powers of helicopters during Second World War, undoubtedly, a rare theme and little explored in topics. The article can be viewed by visiting the link below:
Great photos! Thank you for sharing.
Undoubtedly one of the fastest aircraft designed in Germany during World War II. I share with you tons of photos of the Dornier Do 335, including rare color images, in flight and many others, some never before seen by me, including photos with Allied markings. One question, had entered into service and produced on a large scale, what its impact on the war? What do you think? Visit the link below, see all the photos and answer the poll.
I share with you photos of one of the most curious designs of the Luftwaffe during World War II. I'm talking about Junkers Ju-287 and its unusual design. If it had entered into service and built in quantity would have changed the course of the war? What do you think? Visit the link below, you will find it a lot of photos and a full report on this almost unknown aircraft. I hope you enjoy.
Another great post from you my friend! Too bad I'm out of salutes for today.
Holy cow, almost 500 posts/ 39,000 views.
That ain't too shabby. Good for you 14.
I totally agree Poppy. when he first posted he said he would post lots of aircraft photos, never claimed to be a technical expert but I have seen things he posted I have never seen before.. I say opost away and let others give insights, identifications, histories, etc. Everyone adds what they can.
My thanks to Pampa.
I am good with guy, he is less irritating than others, he kind of minds his own business.
He also seems to be responding occasionally and recent reports are that he does react positively when issues are pointed out to him. I wish he was a bit more responsive here but that's my problem and not his.
I found these rare and amazing photos showing Curtiss P-40 Warhawk on the deck or operating on aircraft carriers. There was a naval version of this fighter? To see the photos, visit the link below:
Come on Pampa...We all know that you are not that stupid.
This is a perfect example of "#2 - Ask a question" in
Yes. And also a naval version of the B-25.
During WW2 many air forces tested the concept of motherships carrying combat aircraft. I share with you a spectacular collection of images showing some of the most important projects involving this kind of concept. Agreeing with the title of this post, what do you think? Strategy or Despair? The article and the photos can be viewed by visiting the link below:
I always thought you had to pay to have your adverts placed on somebody else's webpage?
Pampas posts have been addressed before. Its decent content and he has permission to post. The posts are aggregated into one thread now, which is a bit more tidy than previous.
I agree they're aggravating. Click bait.
I share with you this extensive and fantastic collection of photos of one of the largest aircraft designed and built during World War II and operated by the Luftwaffe, including detailed photos and some rare color photos. Curious? Want to know which plane we talking about? Then visit the link below and see this amazing collection of photos: