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The World War II Bomber that Crashed In New Hampshire - New England Historical Society

Boeing Turbo Prop C-97 Airplane Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

Boeing Turbo Prop C-97 Airplane Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

World War Two, United States Army Air Force (U.S.A.A.F.), P-38. From the book "P-38 Lightening Aces of the ETO/MTO," by John Stanaway: "Lt. Phil Goldstein (a 49th FS Pilot) named his P-38J-15 JEWBOY in both English and German." "Described as a 'hot and aggressive' pilot by his contemporaries in the 14th FG, Lt Phil Goldstein accounted for eight German aircraft - split evenly between air and ground kills." Italy 1944 or 1945

Phil Goldstein named his plane "JEWBOY" in both English and German " . Goldstein accounted for eight German aircraft - split evenly between air and ground kills." Italy 1944 or 1945

B-10 Martin. 1934-1936. 1st post war modern bomber by US. Twin engine, mono-plane.  Designed to 'outrun' fighters. Power plant:  two Wright 9 cyl. Cyclone >>  200 mph.  Bombs: 2000 lbs, 3x .30 mg. Crew: 4.  Production #s: 105 +exports.

post war modern bomber by US. Designed to 'outrun' fighters. Power plant: two Wright 9 cyl. Bombs: 2000 lbs, mg.

A1 Skyraider

An aircraft like the one Capt. Paul McLellan flew in battle on the day I was born

French Armée de l'Air twin engine Amiot 143 BCR (bombing, combat, reconnaissance) aircraft.It can carried 900-1,600 kg of bombs 600 km.900 - 1,600 kg of bombs.Its poorly protected tanks,slowness-270km/h'& weak defensive armament,made staff of Air Force make the gradual withdrawal of 138 Amiot143 delivered to frontline units.After German breakthrough at Sedan May 1940,last groups equipped with the aircraft briefly engaged in dangerous daytime missions.Flak & fighters inflicted heavy losses.

French Armée de l'Air twin engine Amiot 143 BCR (bombing, combat, reconnaissance) aircraft.It can carried 900-1,600 kg of bombs 600 km.900 - 1,600 kg of bombs.Its poorly protected tanks,slowness-270km/h'& weak defensive armament,made staff of Air Force make the gradual withdrawal of 138 Amiot143 delivered to frontline units.After German breakthrough at Sedan May 1940,last groups equipped with the aircraft briefly engaged in dangerous daytime missions.Flak & fighters inflicted heavy losses.

Martin B-10 (1932) was the first all-metal monoplane bomber to be regularly used by the United States Army Air Corps, entering service in June 1934

Martin was the first all-metal monoplane bomber to be regularly used by the United States Army Air Corps, entering service in June 1934

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