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Wings of the World

Wings of the World

A group archiving and discussing all things aviation, including aviation history, warbirds, and flight in general.

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    Wings of the World
    Wings of the World
    A group archiving and discussing all things aviation, including aviation history, warbirds, and flight in general.
  • Maklarr4000
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    An MI-24 in the Hungarian Air Force, painted to look like an eagle, one of the dominant symbols of Hungary.
    Aug 14 '18
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    A B-36 sitting on display with a replica hydrogen fusion bomb for show.
    Aug 11 '18
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    A Soviet observation blimp, sometime during World War Two.
    Apr 3 '18
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    Jasper
    Apr 7 '18
    Awesome!!!
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  • Maklarr4000
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    An F-117 Stealth Fighter on display at Davis–Monthan Air Force Base.
    Apr 3 '18
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    Jasper
    Apr 7 '18
    Lol
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  • Maklarr4000
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    An aircraft gunner as seen in World War 1.
    Maklarr4000
    Sep 21 '17
    The gun appears to be a Lewis machine gun.
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  • Maklarr4000
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    The city of Baghdad, Iraq, as seen from the air in 1928.
    Jasper
    Apr 11 '17
    Cool pic.
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  • Maklarr4000
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    The result of the R-33 crash of 1925.
    Apr 5 '17
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    Jasper
    Apr 6 '17
    They hit a bird lol.
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    The American aircraft carrier USS Franklin (CV-13), better known as "Big Ben" at sea in 1944. The Franklin would be one of the shortest-serving Essex class carriers, fighting from January of 1944 until February of 1945 when the ship was seriously damaged by Japanese fighters, but was not sunk. Repairs were not finished until after the war, at which point the ship was essentially put into mothballs. Eventually, after slowly being re-designated to smaller and smaller potential roles in the event of a war with the USSR, the Franklin was sold for scrap in 1966.The American aircraft carrier USS Franklin (CV-13), better known as "Big Ben" at sea in 1944. The Franklin would be one of the shortest-serving Essex class carriers, fighting from January of 1944 until February of 1945 when the ship was seriously damaged by Japanese fighters, but was not s...See more
    Maklarr4000
    Jan 18 '17
    It's an aircraft carrier, so it technically counts I think.
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