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A History of WW2 Airplanes

Combat aircrafts that were everyday companions to airmen in the World War II generation have become extraordinary treasures to many in the next generations. The United States produced more than 300,000 airplanes in WWII. Museums across the country have preserved and display these airplanes; some are exhibited in public spaces like Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport,…
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How WWII Fighter Planes Worked

“A date that will live in infamy.” That is how U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt described December 7, 1941. On that fateful day, a little before 8:00 a.m., the Empire of Japan attacked Pearl Harbor in a preemptive strike meant to cripple the United States before they could join the Allied Forces in World War…
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B-25 “Old Glory” | Warbirdfactory.com

Soon after Pearl Harbor 1941, the sneak attack that the late President Franklin D Roosevelt called “A Day of Infamy”, the 310th was organized and was activated in March 1942. The 310th was designated as a medium bomber Group consisting of four squadrons. Each squadron had 6-two engine B-25 Mitchell aircraft. The versatile B-25 was named after General…
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