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FOKKER D.VII (Alb), Ltn. August Raben, Jagdstaffel 18; Möntingen-Metz, Germany; October 1918. by Ronny Bar

Drawing of Camp Handforth in England by Wilhelm Jansen-Joerde. Europeana 1914-1918, CC BY-SA

Boeing B-17F of the 95th Bomb Group with damage to the No. 3 engine. (U.S. Air Force photo)

Bf 109 G-14 W.Nr. 51. ... "Gelbe 15", unit and location unknown, Germany, Summer 1945. Source: eBay auction via | by mhaldimann2

The last flight of Albert Ball. Albert Ball VC, DSO Two Bars, MC (14 August 1896 – 7 May 1917) was an English fighter pilot of the First World War. At the time of his death he was, with forty-four victories, the United Kingdom's leading flying ace, and remained its fourth-highest scorer behind Edward Mannock, James McCudden, and George McElroy.

Assault on Damn Yankee 2007, oil on canvas,framed 26x33 On a bombing mission to Solinger, Germany, December 1, 1943, ship commander Lt. Bruce Sundland (Governor of Rhode Island 1991-1995) pilots a B-17F of the 384th Bomber Group, 545th Squadron. Over the target an engine is hit by flak and "Damn Yankee" becomes a "stragler" as German FW 190's from JG26, attack to shoot down the "Fortress". Five crew members die from the attack and five, including the pilot Bruce Sundland survived the…