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با تلاش چندين روزه و شبانه روزي همكاران فني در ايروسنتر ، نسخه اسكريپت انجمن ساز قدرتمند VBulletin سايت ايروسنتر به روزساني و بهينه سازي گرديد و به آخرين ورژن ارائه شده آپگريد شد، در اين نسخه جديد مشكلات قبلي برطرف گرديده و قابليت هاي جديدي نيز به سايت افزوده شده و خواهد شد اين پوسته نسخه جديد سايت پوسته ای در 4 رنگ جداگانه می باشد که برای صفحه های Retina و موبایل بهینه سازی شده است.

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    Oberleutnant Walter Grasemann, Staffelkapitän 9./KG27, in front of an Heinkel He 111. Eastern front, date unknown




    H111S air attack guided rocket H293s



    German Ju-87a dive bomber air attack



    Me Bf 110 C-5 of 7.(H)/LG2 in Russia, probably at Stalino Airfield. Spring of 1942



    Luftwaffe’s Messerschmitt Me 323 “Gigant” (Giant) landed on one of Rome’s area airports, probably Ciampino, able to accommodate a large aircraft of this type (motorized version of the huge transport glider Me 321 with six radial engines). The Me 323 entered in service on the Mediterranean theater in November 1942 for delivery supplies to German troops in North Africa. Likely the plane is landed on Rome for a stop during the ferry flight from Germany to Sicily, base for supplies flight to North Africa, or vice versa. In the photo, taken in Autumn 1942 or early 1943, the Me 323’s technical crew inspecting the plane under the eyes of Luftwaffe’s officer on the left and of Italian Regia Aeronautica’s personnel probably of the local Airport Command: serviceman and NCOs together a civilian, perhaps an employee of Ministero dell’Aeronautica (Air Ministry). Victor Sierra




    A Ju- 290 in winter cammo and some Me-190's in an abandoned German airfield. Probably Germany, spring of 1945



    German transport gliders DFS 230s taking-off towed by Dornier Do 17s, location unknown, perhaps Germany. The reciprocal position glider/towing plane of the sky train on the right of the photo on take-off is correct. The glider “detach” prior of the plane maintaining the alignment with-it forestalling the “cable effect” with the pedals (rudder) and eventually with the stick for the ailerons (the gliders has an adverse yaw very formidable). After few seconds also the plane “detach” with, for few seconds, a highest-position respect to glider, as showed by the photo (the towing under-wake isn’t dangerous). Afterwards the glider’s pilot acting the stick (elevator) bring the aircraft on an slightly highest-altitude, always maintaining the alignment with the towing plane. All in few seconds and an altitude maximum 15-20 meters from the ground. The DFS 230 on the left of the picture has already reached the towing’s altitude, but his position is incorrect: in effect isn’t properly aligned with the towing plane and his pilot, to “coming back”, will must acting vigorously the rudder with the left pedal maintaining the wing leveled with the ailerons (stick). Victor Sierra




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    Photo from 1940.



    Messerschmitt Bf 109Es of Luftwaffe’s Jagdgeschwader 26 (JG26) “Schlageter” on the maintenance area at Gela Airfield, Sicily, Spring 1941. In background an engine’s disassembly with use of a crane and a steamroller obviously used for level out the terrain. The JG26 were part of Fliegerkorps X (Tenth German Air Corps) transferred by the Oberkommando der Luftwaffe (OLK) from Norway to Sicily to support the build-up of the Afrika Korps in Libya and air attack against Malta with a force of some 260 aircraft mostly Bf 109 fighters and Ju 87 Stukas dive bomber. With the arrival of Fliegerkorps X, HQ on Taormina, operational from 1 January 1941 to 31 May 1941, the balance over Malta was decisively shifted in favor to Axis air forces. Victor Sierra



    FW 190 in different versions is my favotite too. The A-series with radial engines.
    Yes in the second and third planes they seem to be too strong.
    Of course the Spitfire ia a masterpiece, but as aircraft they have an caracter of their own.






    Aerial attack to a harbor. Date and place unknown.



    Scenery below looks like a patchwork quilt. Perhaps BOB in time line. Does someone know what does that yellow stripe in nouse of Dorniers mean?









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    From the site Ghost Airport this interesting photo depicting on Italian bomber Savoia-Marchetti S.79 of 30th Stormo escorted, during a mission over Mediterranean, by a German Messerschmitt Bf 110D-3 of III/ZG26, 1941. Victor Sierra



    Partly completed Heinkel He-162 German fighter jets sit on the assembly line in the underground Junkers factory at Tarthun, Germany, in early April 1945. The huge underground galleries, in a former salt mine, were discovered by the 1st U.S. Army during their advance on Magdeburg. Victor Sierra


    He. 111 of Kampfgeschwader 1 in flight, France, summer 1940.
    (Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-385-0587-07)



    Messerschmitt Bf 110 heavy fighter shot down by soviet Yaks



    A flight of Do. 17 Z bombers over France or Belgium, possibly en route to Britain, Sept or Oct, 1940.
    (Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-342-0603-25)
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    This Ju 52 was one of 2 who were brought down by intense AA fire over The Hague in the morning of May 10 1940. All 4 crew and 13 parachute troops on board were killed, later the Dutch found out that the plane was also carrying staff members of 22. Infanterie-Division



    German Ju-52 transports arriving at Italian airfields. On the lower right an airplane with Italian markings.



    German aircraft gunner with MG-15



    Cockpit and dash of FW 190



    Formation of German Ju 87 Stuka dive bombers over Russia, winter of 1943-1944.
    (Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-646-5188-17)




    Messerschmitt Bf 109 Rotte




    Luftwaffe photo of the aerial bombing of Stalingrad, August 1942.




    FW-190 of Grünherz-Geschwader (I. Gruppe/Jagd-Geschwader 54)







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