Animation Shows Exactly How a P-51 Mustang Works

The North American Aviation P-51 Mustang is a single-seat fighter and fighter-bomber that was originally designed for the Royal Air Force, but used during World War II for the U.S. armed forces against Germany and the Korean War. YouTube channel Animagraffs made a 3D animation of the P-15 and took an in-depth look inside the […] More

US $320 Million Fully Loaded B-1 Lancer Takes off at Full Afterburner

The YouTube channel The Daily Aviation uploaded a video that features a $320 million fully loaded B-1B Lancer taking off in full afterburner. After numerous design changes and financial constraints since its conception in 1963, the B-1B Lancer was first delivered in 1989. According to the video, the Advanced Manned Precision Strike System (AMPSS) began […] More

A6M Zero taken down by a pair of F4U Corsairs in 1945

A recent video uploaded on YouTube titled “A6M Zero taken down by a pair of F4U Corsairs in 1945” The channel collects archive footages of various experiments, mostly projectile related, as well as military history and technology and weapon trials. The two classic aircraft, A6M and F4U, that was shown on the video got mixed […] More

WWII Pilot Paul Tibbet Signed Photo on Pawn Stars

On the season 9 of reality series Pawn Stars, a signed photo from the famous World War II pilot Paul Tibbet was up for sale. A man named Jeff wanted to sell a photo of Enola Gay and the crew members which has a signature of Tibbet. He said he bought it from a state […] More

Peter Frampton Black Sheep Squadron Scene

English and American rock musician Peter Frampton, known for bands Humble Pie and the Herd had an appearance in the American television series Baa Baa Black Sheep later syndicated as Black Sheep Squadron. In the finale episode “A Little Bit of England” which aired April 6, 1978, Frampton played a fictional character Peter Buckley who […] More

Brilliant DH Mosquito Cockpit Tour

The YouTube channel Classic Aircraft Photography uploaded a video showing the DH Mosquito TE910-NZ2336 cockpit also called as the Mossie. The Mosquito is a British twin-engined, shoulder-winged, mid-wing bomber aircraft that was adapted to become the prime night fighter of the Allies during World War II. It’s best known for its speed not guns. It […] More

Clark Gable Wins Air Gunner Wings 1943

There’s an archival stock footage of World War II military newsreel where American film actor Clark Gable wins air gunner wings in 1943. The video took place at a United States Army school where flexible gunnery sharp shooters learn to use aerial machine guns. Gable was an honored graduate of the school. He risked refusing […] More

Details of The Tragic Death Of General George S. Patton

There are many conspiracy theories about the events of World War II. One of the most controversial is the death of George Smith Patton Jr.. Patton began his military career leading cavalry troops against Mexican forces and became the first officer assigned to the new U.S. Army Tank Corps during World War I. He was […] More

Pappy Takes Micklin Up In The Trainer

“The Fastest Gun” is one of the most iconic episodes in the American television series Baa Baa Black Sheep that was later broadcast as Black Sheep Squadron. In the episode, Maj. Greg “Pappy” Boyington (played by Robert Conrad) takes Sgt. Micklin (played by Red West) for a ride on the trainer. A scene where Micklin […] More

5 Reasons The Mosquito Was Probably the Best WWII Fighter

In an aerial battlefield of steel and fire, what would you do if you were asked to fight with a wooden aircraft? Crazy as it may sound, an aircraft made almost entirely out of wood fought during the World War II, and it was called the Mosquito. The Mosquito was mocked and ridiculed by most […] More

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