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The Fw 190 of Theo Nibel of 54 came down near Grimberghen airfield during Operation Bodenplatte, the Luftwaffe's surprise assault on allied airfields on 1 January 1945 in support of their Ardennes offensive. A partridge had lodged in the radiator.

A complete squadron of new Focke Wulf Fw 190 fighters receive the finishing touches before being delivered. These aircraft used a powerful air-cooled radial engine, whose excess of power was intended to compensate for the loss of aerodynamics caused by their flat nose. The water-cooled in-line engines used by the more aerodynamical Me Bf 109 fighters were not available for Focke Wulf when the design of its new aircraft began.

A complete squadron of new Focke Wulf Fw 190 fighters receive the finishing…

A German Focke-Wulf Fw 190 chasing a British Spitfire along the coast of England, June 1942.

A German Focke-Wulf Fw 190 chasing a British Spitfire along the coast of England, June

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Fw 190A-6 Lt. Hans Dortenmann. 2./JG 54. Orscha in Russia, 6th Feb 1944. Colourised by Joshua Barrett (UK)

Waffen-SS NCOs inspect a crash-landed belonging to I.Gruppe/Jagdgeschwader 54 based in either Vitebsk or Orsha in December 1943 and January

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A Heinkel bomber from the German flying school Flugzeugfuhrerschule is seen after it crashed onto a Czech house in the vicinity of Prague.

USS Oklahoma (BB 37), showing extent of torpedo damage, after being righted.  Evidence suggests possible mini submarine strike using larger Type 97 torpedoes (800lb TNT equiv. warhead), compared to the Type 91 aerial variety (450lb).

14 in Nevada class battleship USS Oklahoma capsized under Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941 and is shown here after being righted, with the extent of torpedo damage obvious.

20 Images of Damaged B-17 Bombers That Miraculously Made It Home

20 Images of Damaged B-17 Bombers That Miraculously Made It Home

Crews examine flak damage to Fortress at RAF Bassingbourn Cambridgeshire England. Damage sustained on mission to Munich Germany 6 July Note "Mickey" pathfinder radar dome in place of ball turret.

The Junkers Ju 87 “Sturzkampfbomber,” or Stuka, was a feared weapon in Nazi Germany’s arsenal, especially at the start of the war when it became a symbol of German aggression with its trademark siren, known as “Jericho trumpets,” blaring as the aircraft hurtled down to its target. “The Stuka as an exhibit is incredibly important to us because there are hardly any left,” Sebastian Bangert, said spokesman for the Military History Museum in Berlin.

gruene-teufel: “das-blut: “ Stuka crash landing ” Is that a ”

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