1. Lounge Update headed your way. Check the thread in the Observation Bar. If you don't like the light style, click the light bulb at the top-right of your screen.

What is your favorite aircraft of all time?

Discussion in 'WWII' started by Jerekson, Mar 19, 2007.

  1. Sikorsky Ilya Murometz

  2. Cornshucker77

    Cornshucker77 One Too Many

    Northeast Nebraska
    The B-17.

    fam, Schomburg- Wayne WWII, Wayne, 381st BG (2).jpg

    Primarily because my Uncle Wayne Schomburg (really my mom's first cousin but we called him Uncle) was a pilot with the 381st BG, 534th Sq. stationed at Ridgewell England. He flew 25 missions over Europe only to be killed in a plane crash on base on March 31, 1944. RIP Uncle Wayne.

    Others would be the P-51 and P-47 that escorted the B-17's.
    Trenchfriend likes this.
  3. Bugguy

    Bugguy A-List Customer

    Nashville, TN
    The Korean War's F86 Sabre is my all time favorite.

  4. Curtiss P-36 Hawk and Brewster F2A Buffalo
    Both saw very limited US service during WWII but were used more extensively by various other countries, particularly Britain, Finland, France, and the Netherlands. In the case of Finland the Brewster Buffalo was the mount of several of their aces.


  5. B-24J

    B-24J One of the Regulars

    Trenchfriend likes this.
  6. Grumman F3F Wildcat
    Seen in formation with its successor

    Mr. Nantus likes this.
  7. RIOT

    RIOT Practically Family

    N Y of C
    Mine undoubtedly would be the

    11738010_10153492660454628_4289454430013875373_n.jpg 13217171_10153779903279601_4184330723886419875_o.jpg 13532883_10154317070094628_8774645561704247628_n.jpg 13510828_10154317070264628_214996013812927801_n.jpg

    TBF/TBM Avenger!

    (Last two photos taken on the USS Intrepid).
    Last edited: Feb 16, 2018
    Mr. Nantus likes this.
  8. Harp

    Harp I'll Lock Up

    Chicago, IL US
    "Lima Charlie on that. Flat Iron Longhorn 01 over, Roger-Dodger out."

    And thanks bro.:D
  9. GHT

    GHT I'll Lock Up

    New Forest
    2018 is our golden wedding anniversary year, although the date itself is not until May. It's a landmark date, and to be frank, one which we both feel very proud to celebrate. Past momentous celebratory dates have seen us ride The Orient Express, steam hauled. Cruise the Caribbean, stand at the foot of The Pyramids and one or two others as well.
    My recent hip replacement operation has made planning an event rather difficult, so we have agreed to simply have a meal out at our favourite watering hole, in the company of a few close friends, then over the summer we are going to tick off a number of bucket list wishes. First up is a flight in a pre-war Rapid Rapide Bi-plane. I'm waiting for conformation, but hopefully it will be sometime during the first weekend of June. The flight will be from Duxford Airport, a former RAF base during WW2. We shall fly over many sights of Eastern England culminating in a fly over London, total time is about 90 minutes. After that, wait and see. Keep an eye on the Adventure thread.
    Mr. Godfrey likes this.
  10. OldStrummer

    OldStrummer A-List Customer

    Ashburn, Virginia USA
  11. Mr. Godfrey

    Mr. Godfrey Practically Family

    That's one flight I would like to do too, maybe this year as you have inspired me to get it earlier than planned.

Share This Page

  1. This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register.
    By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies.