1943 Photo-B-17 Air Force Bomber Named Hell's Angels-358th Bombardment Squadron
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World War II
Vapor trails from Boeing B-17 Flying Fortresses. The Flying Fortress is one of the most famous airplanes ever built. The B-17 prototype first flew on July 28, 1935. Few B-17s were in service on December 7, 1941, but production quickly accelerated. The aircraft served in every WW II combat zone, but is best known for daylight strategic bombing of German industrial targets. Production ended in May 1945 and totaled 12,726. (U.S. Air Force photo)
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How Allied bombing raids in World War Two caused havoc... on the climate: Contrails kept morning temperatures down
Analysis of Met Office and military records showed a change in climate on May 11, 1944, when 1,444 aircraft took off from airfields across south-east England.
Voodoos From the North Country, Plugging Away at the Wurger, Some SpADs, That Korean B-17, and Some Flying Forts
Those Wily Canucks Know How to Fly We were talking about Voodoos a few issues back and even showed you a few photos of the 111th FIS/147th FIG out of Ellington AFB to illustrate the point (whatever that might have been). Today we're going to look at a few more F-101s, but with a special twist; these airplanes all belonged to the Canadian Armed Forces and were down here visiting during one of Ellington's air shows. A lot of folks thing the F-101 is pretty much a straight-line airplane…