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Destroyed Marder III

German Marder III Destroyed in Italy during World War 2

Allied soldiers examine a Marder III destroyed on the road to Rome in Italy during WW2. (USAF Photo)


 

Aviation Mech

Aviation Mech, Hydraulics School, Chicago

Raymond Dalton Kelly, AMM1c, arrives from the South Pacific for a course in Advanced Hydraulics at Technical Training Center, 87th at Anthony Avenue, Chicago. He's been out there and has helped to prepare planes for action against the enemy. So he knows that victory over enemy planes and craft depends as much on his efficiency as an aviation mech as it does on the skill of the pilot, accuracy of the plane's gunner or air bomber. Kelly's CO knew that he was qualified, sent him to bring back the latest dope. (Naval Aviation News, August 1944.)


 

Flak Suit Made of Steel

Why Was His Flak Suit Made of Steel
 

Glider Pickup at Eindhoven

Gliders used in Operation Market Garden are retrieved from Holland to be used again in future airborne operations. A special glider pickup device is used to allow the gliders to be retrieved without landing the tow plane.


 

Jumo 211D Engine Installed in Ju 87 Stuka

Jumo 211D Engine in Ju 87 Stuka Dive Bomber

Original Bundesarchiv Caption: Wartung/Reparatur eines Flugzeuges vom Typ Junkers Ju 87; KBK Lw1, Reichsgebiet, 22 December 1939, Böcker.

Attribution: Bundesarchiv file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Germany license. Bundesarchiv, Bild 101I-378-0037-16A / Böcker / CC-BY-SA.