Hans Joachim Marseille German Pilot Hans-Joachim Marseille seen here in the cockpit of his fighter Messerschmitt Bf-109F-4 in Libya, he had completed 382 sorties, with 7 kills during the battle of Britain and in North Africa, he was Awarded the Knight's Cross with oak leaves, swords and diamonds, on the day of his death September 30th 1942, he was officially recorded at 158 victories with 151 in North Africa and 7 during the Battle of Britain this photo was taken on 1st June 1942.
Yellow Piper Super Cub in the Neacola Mountains, Alaska
The Navy's stealthy X-47B unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is the size of a fighter jet, and will be taking off and landing from the deck of an aircraft carrier.
Scots Guards supported by tanks charge during the First Battle of El Alamein, Egypt - 27th of July 1942.
German ace fighter pilot Major Günther Rall (10.03.1918 - 04.10.2009). He was 3rd among German aces of World War II with 275 confirmed aerial victories (272 of them on the Eastern Front), scored during 621 sorties. Sam Rall was shot down eight times. In the photo he is wearing the Knights Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords, which he was awarded on 09/Dec/1943, after his 200th aerial victory.