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titovka-and-skelebergmutzen:

"Last Flight of Yellow 10" by Jack Fellows. 
This work depicts an incident in 1945 when Focke-Wulfe Fw.190D-13 ‘Yellow 10’ disobeyed orders to fly to the Eastern front and instead landed at an RAF forward base in Flanders. It became one of the only examples of this late-war model to survive the war.

titovka-and-skelebergmutzen:

"Last Flight of Yellow 10" by Jack Fellows.
This work depicts an incident in 1945 when Focke-Wulfe Fw.190D-13 ‘Yellow 10’ disobeyed orders to fly to the Eastern front and instead landed at an RAF forward base in Flanders. It became one of the only examples of this late-war model to survive the war.

(via aurush444)

belleenfemme:

Now in pastel, share if you care, and make a difference…x

belleenfemme:

Now in pastel, share if you care, and make a difference…x

vivid-watashi:

Close The Gap by Robert Taylor.

August 1944, RAF Typhoons armed with rockets and 20mm cannon launch a series of devastating attacks against the German Seventh Army and Fifth Panzer Army in the Falaise Gap. The German units had been almost completely surrounded by advancing allied ground forces, and contained within an area bounded by the four towns of Trun, Argentan, Vimoutiers and Chambois near Falaise. The Germans began their retreat by the only remaining route, through the Falaise Gap, whereupon the allies began a sustained air assault in an attempt to prevent their escape, and with deadly results. On a single day the Typhoons would destroy 175 German tanks.

vivid-watashi:

Close The Gap by Robert Taylor.

August 1944, RAF Typhoons armed with rockets and 20mm cannon launch a series of devastating attacks against the German Seventh Army and Fifth Panzer Army in the Falaise Gap. The German units had been almost completely surrounded by advancing allied ground forces, and contained within an area bounded by the four towns of Trun, Argentan, Vimoutiers and Chambois near Falaise. The Germans began their retreat by the only remaining route, through the Falaise Gap, whereupon the allies began a sustained air assault in an attempt to prevent their escape, and with deadly results. On a single day the Typhoons would destroy 175 German tanks.

(Source: wings-fine-arts.com, via aurush444)