1. waffenss1972:

    B-24 Liberator bombers over Romania

     

  2. oa-ar15:

    Line Up of Ammo

    From left to right:.276 Enfield 1910 (7x60); 6.5mm Arisaka Type 38 (6.5x50SR); .276 Pedersen (7x51); .270 British (6.8x46); .280/30 British (7x43); 6.25mm British prototype (6.25x43); 6.25mm British proposed (6.25x46); 6mm SAW (6x45); 7.62mm NATO (7.62x51); 5.56mm NATO (5.56x45); 6.8mm Remington SPC (6.8x43); 6.5mm Grendel (6.5x38); 7mm UIAC (7x46); 7.62mm M1891 Mosin Nagant (7.62x54R); 7.62mm M1943 AK (7.62x39); 5.45mm AK74 (5.45x39); 5.8mm Chinese (5.8x42)

    (via whiskeyandspentbrass)

     

  3. 31262:

    Messerschmitt Bf.110Gs

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    (via offensivschock)

     

  4. supersonic-youth:

    Anatoliy Kvochur | Su-27 Flanker

    (via catobsessedfreelancer)

     

  5. Because why not.

     

  6. A proud B17 ball turret gunner.

     

  7. Gloster Meteors.

     

  8. Navy Hellcat in a bad spot on Vella Lavella.

     

  9. Formation of Short Stirling bombers.

     

  10. houseofrandom:

    More Wehrmacht in World War II ,in color.

    (via offensivschock)

     

  11. I found this…….. Anyone care to explain?

     

  12. Hellcat testing the seldom used hangar deck catapult on an Essex class carrier.

     

  13. American B-25B bombers rest on the flight deck of the USS Hornet, approaching the spot where the planes were launched on their raid on Tokyo, April 13, 1942. Escort ship in left background.

     

  14. Flying Fortress and Little Friend. “Liberty Belle” & “Miss Velma” 

     

  15. waffenss1972:

     Boeing B-29 “Superfortress” four-engine heavy bomber of the U.S. Air Force in the air at low altitude