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From eureferendum


How the Spitfire was very nearly named the Shrew (Näbbmus)
if the man credited with inventing the Spitfire had had his way.

It was Robert McLean, head of Vickers Aviation, who preferred the name Spitfire because it
was a name he used for his daughter Annie, describing her as “a little spitfire”
The Times, 15 June 2015

Reginald Mitchell, known as R J Mitchell, favoured the mole-like mammal to the name finally chosen by the aerospace company Supermarine for the fighter aircraft that has come to symbolise Britain’s brilliance in its darkest hour.

Paul Beaver, author of Spitfire People, noted that the name was imposed on the plane despite the objections of Mitchell, who described Spitfire as “just the sort of bloody silly name they would give it”.

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A P-38 Squadron shot down Admiral Yamamoto in an incredible long distance interception in the Pacific

Lockheed P-38 Lightning

10 Things You Never Knew About The P-38 Lightning??
Click


Ten of the best fighters of WWII
warhistoryonline.com



Me 262 The best photo of it I have seen (Photoshop?)
Der Spiegel

Messerschmitt_Me_262

Mer om Andra Världskriget

The dangerous subversion of Germany's democracy
Markets appear to be acting on the firm belief that Germany’s finance minister Wolfgang Schäuble is lying to lawmakers
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, September 28th, 2011
Very Important Article


Links to nice pictures of Aeroplanes on web-sites, in books and magazines



Spitfire Society


Constellation



Eurofighter

If you want to fight the Euro
(the Single Currency leading to a Federal European Superstate)
welcome to my page about that



Saab JAS 39 Gripen

Welcome to the official RAF Website

U.S. Air Force

U.S. Marines Recapture German-Owned Ship Attacked by Pirates
September 09, 2010

United States Marines Corps

USAF - B-52 and other aircrafts,

The Strategic Air Command

Spitfire FlyPast Special, Published February 1996 by Key Publishing Ltd, PO Box 100, Stamford, Lincs, PE9 1XQ, phone 01780 55 131 fax 01780 57 261 . Distributed by United Magazine Distribution, 16-28 Tabernacle Street, London EC 2A 4BN, phone 0171 638 4666 fax 0171 638 4665.

Spitfire - Click for more info
Nice pic of Spitfire