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2010 Planes of Fame Airshow Chino Airport, CA Part 2

Part 2 of our video series for the 2010 Planes of Fame Airshow that was held May 15-16 at the Chino Airport in Chino, CA. This video shows the salute to the Army Air Corps featuring aircraft that served the Corps in WWII. Enjoy! PlaneVideoArt Productions
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Wednesday, January 5th, 2011 World War 2 Planes 6 Comments

Japanese Planes After WW2 : 戦後日本の国産機

戦後日本の国産機です。ホンダジェットとかOH-1とか出ていない機体も多数ありますが、お気になさらず。 Japanese Planes After WW2. Honda Jet, OH-1, etc. don’t come on this movie, but you shuld not mind.
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Thursday, December 23rd, 2010 World War 2 Planes 25 Comments

War Planes of WWII 4/5

History Channel – Empires of Industry
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Friday, December 3rd, 2010 World War 2 Planes 2 Comments

War Planes of WWII 3/5

History Channel – Empires of Industry
Video Rating: 5 / 5

World War II produced some of the most exotic and fearsome prop-driven planes ever to soar across enemy skies. The Navy was pretty much left on its own to deal with the Japanese in the Pacific while the majority of US Army units, including most of the Army Air Corps, joined the British and Russians in attending to business in Europe. But both the Navy and the Marines stayed busy, island hopping and engaging Japanese forces wherever they could be found. To fulfill this task, the US called on a number of sturdy aircraft, including the Grumman cats, the SBD Dauntless, the TBF Avenger, the SB2C Helldiver, and the PBY Catalina. The very excellent F4U Corsair is not covered extensively in this video, but has a separate video of its own (see “Favorite WWII Aircraft – Corsair”). The background music offers “Stop the War, The Cats Are Killin’ Themselves,” then “You’re a Sap, Mr. Jap,” and “Johnny Zero,” followed by “Remember Pearl Harbor.”

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Thursday, December 2nd, 2010 World War 2 Planes 10 Comments

Heroes of the Pacific-the major Planes of WW2(Part1)

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Monday, November 29th, 2010 World War 2 Planes 25 Comments

Mosquito attack – one of the best planes of WW2

RAF Mosquitos set off on a mission to attack targets in occupied Europe. Great footage of take-off and low-level.

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Monday, November 29th, 2010 World War 2 Planes 25 Comments

WWII Planes of all types

Well its a mixture of clips i found :) and thanks to the person who uploaded this great vid! its sure to show what bird there where!
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Monday, November 29th, 2010 World War 2 Planes 2 Comments

WW2 in Color. Captured German planes

Showing the JU-88 and He-111K with RAF markings, and with sound and color. Together with a Spitfire and Thunderbolt in formation
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Wednesday, November 24th, 2010 World War 2 Planes 22 Comments

War Planes of WWII 2/5

History Channel – Empires of Industry

World War II produced some of the most exotic and fearsome prop-driven planes ever to soar across enemy skies. One of the finest and oldest of all national air services is the RAF (Royal Air Force) of Great Britain. Caught with a number of old-fashioned and none-too-serviceable antiques at the beginning of the war (like all the other unprepared aerial services), the RAF quickly dipped into its engineering bag and pulled out a couple of fabulous planes that were lingering on the drawing board. The Spitfire, conceived in 1931, wasn’t really tested until 1936, and wasn’t ready for active service until 1938. But it was on the line in time for the biggest battle of its life (see another video recently completed — “Favorite WWII Aircraft – Battle of Britain”), along with the Hawker Hurricane. The Hurricane was designed in 1934, tested in 1935, and ready for flight in 1937. When World War II began, there were almost 500 Hurricanes in service. By the time the war ended, more than 14000 had been built. Also featured in this video is the Avro Lancaster, Britain’s most famous heavy bomber, known not only for its night-bombing raids over Germany, but also for a famous dam-busting operation by Squadron 617 that destroyed the Möhne and Eder dams, unleashing the waters of the Ruhr. Music is Kate Smith leading “Keep the Home Fires Burning,” then Jerry Colonna singing “On the Road to Mandalay,” and ending with Bing Crosby doing “Cranky Old Yank.” You will also hear some Lord Haw Haw
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Monday, November 22nd, 2010 World War 2 Planes 14 Comments

ww2 planes music video

a ww2 plane music video

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Sunday, November 21st, 2010 World War 2 Planes 10 Comments

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