Truppe australiane con Morane-Saulnier MS 406 e Potez 630 della Francia di Vichy catturati in un aeroporto siriano, luglio 1941.
Lors de la campagne de Tunisie, au moment de la bataille du massif de l’Ousselat, des artilleurs du 67e RA (régiment d’artillerie d’Afrique) qui combattent au sein de la DMC (division de marche de Constantine), montent en ligne, équipés de canons de 65 mm de montagne modèle 1906. L’un d’eux est aux prises avec sa mule bâtée récalcitrante. Date : Avril 1943
French MS.406 fighters assigned to the Polish Montpellier Group in France, Mar 1940
A flight of ungainly Amiot 43, this outdated French bomber could carry 1,5 tons of bombs at a max speed of 295Km/h (185 mph). 50 of them were still in service in May 1940.
RAF Dakota somewhere in the Sudan 1944/45. Posted for my father who flew as Wireless Operator in this aircraft and who passed away last week aged 90.
Bloch MB 152
Pilots of No. 3 Squadron RAAF discussing operational plans outside their tents in Libya's western desert, 2 Jan 1942 (Australian War Memorial)
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Pilots of No. 3 Squadron RAAF-Royal Australian Air Force study a map on the tailplane of one of their Gloster Gladiators at their landing ground near Sollum, Egypt, before an operation over Bardia during the closing stages of Operation Compass, January-February 1941.