Pilot Makes Daring Crash Landing With P-51 Mustang

It’s got to be absolutely terrifying to be in a situation where you have to make a crash landing.  Even more so, in the beautiful P 51 Mustang. That’s what we found here within this video clip, alongside with some other cool stuff. We found a Youtube channel Chopperguy and have to say, we love […] More

Tom Cruise’s P-51 Mustang Startup and Take Off

If you’ve got millions of dollars to spare, what better way than to have your own P-51 Mustang? Well, that was Tom Cruise’s aircraft of choice when it comes to old warbirds and we can’t blame him! We know Brad Pitt has a spitfire, and that was a great choice too. This beautiful Mustang was […] More

Nothing But Corsair Flybys and Low Passes- NO Music

Brought to you by the epic WingsTV Channel, here is a compilation of nothing but Corsair flybys, baby! The Corsair was one of the best fighter aircraft of all WWII and served mainly in the Pacific Theatre. One of the things that came to mind while watching this clip was the old show “Black Sheep […] More

Hawker Sea Fury Start-Up

The aircraft came in a little late in the game, but nonetheless it served as the Royal Navy’s last prop fighter. With under 900 ever built, the plane served mainly in the Korean War and Cuba. The design revolved around naval warfare, meaning it was capable of taking off from and landing on aircraft carriers. […] More

P-51 Mustang “SCAT VII” Whistle Sound

When you think of that terrifying whistle sound, normally you automatically think “F4U Corsair”. But did you know the mustang can sing as well? The P-51 Mustang was arguably the best WWII fighter plane of the time and boy, does this one sound mean. Don’t mind the video if it’s a tad shaky, it was […] More

2,000 HP Cold Start F4U Corsair And Taxiing

The Corsair has to be one of the best-looking warbirds of WWII. From it’s inverted gulf wings, do it’s massive engine, there are so many things to like about this aircraft. That’s why you can never go wrong listening to the mighty Pratt & Whitney 2800 double wasp engine. In this video, we see a […] More

Listen To Dwight D. Eisenhower’s Words Of Encouragement Before D-Day

The Largest Amphibious Invasion The World Has Ever Seen D-Day was the initial assault of the Western Allied forces to establish a large and strong military presence in Europe. Launched on June 6th, 1944, the invasion of Normandy included forces of the United States, Canada, United Kingdom and the Free French Forces as well as […] More

WWII D-Day Invasion of Normandy Combat Footage (In Color)

One of the most pivotable and also most fascinating events in war, the Invasion of Normandy June 6th, 1944 will forever be engraved in history. It will go down as the largest seaborne invasion in war history and was the start of the liberation of German-occupied France under Nazi control. We all know the brutal […] More

Too Little, Too Late: The “What If?” Story of the Me 262 Turbojet Fighter

Much has been said about Germany’s technologically superior fighter and bomber designs, but the political turmoil in which the Luftwaffe had been embroiled since the war’s early years eventually caught up to bring down Hitler’s quest for world domination. It is true that Germany’s rapid conquest since Poland’s invasion was unprecedented, but the following years saw […] More

3 Fun Facts About The Crazy-Slow Plane That Saved Benito Mussolini

The Fieseler Fi 156 Storch was a German liaison aircraft which is probably more known for its laid-back reputation as a STOL performer than for the daring rescue of the Italian Dictator from a snowy mountain peak. The Storch was equipped with a 237-hp engine that produced a maximum speed of  93 miles per hour – specifications […] More