In late 1942, a German heavy tank with extra thick armor and a very powerful gun, showed itself in the North African front. It was long desired by German Soldiers who were fighting non-stopping against the allies.
The first Sea Fury plane, powered by a Bristol Centaurus XII, had it's first flight in 21 February 1945, but the first production version with folding wings did not fly until 12 October 1947. The Boulton Paul contract was cancelled in early 1945, and 100 Sea Furies remained on order, the first 50 were completed under the designation Sea Fury Mk X.
F-105 evolved from a project that begun in 51 by Republic Aviation at Farmingdale NY. They tried to design a supersonic tactical fighter-bomber to take the place of the F-84F. The massive F-105 was intended primarily for nuclear strike missions. Prototype first flew on October 22, 1955.
Wellington GR Mk XIV was an anti-submarine airplane carrying nose mounted ASV Mk III cent-metric radar and a Leigh Light. For the radar installation, the nose turret was removed, however, some machines had the outline of a turret painted on to disguise the fact that they were unarmed at the nose.
Sukhoi Su-33 Flanker-D is an all-weather carrier-based air defence fighter projected by Sukhoi and made by KnAAPO. This plane is a derivative of the Su-27 "Flanker" and was first known as the Su-27K. The Su-33 was first used in operations in 95, aboard the carrier Admiral Kuznetsov.
F-100 was the USAF first supersonic fighter. It made its first flight on May 25, 1953, and the initial production aircraft was completed in later October 1953. Super Sabre became the first fighter flying at supersonic speed, completing that task in Oct. 29, 1953.
The F-100F Super Sabre was a super fast jet fighter aircraft that fought along with the USAF. He first flew on 25 May 1953. He entered service in 58 featuring the same weapons and airframe upgrades as the F-100D.
Su-27 Flanker is the fighter aircraft produced by the Sukhoi Design Bureau and made by Irkut Corporation. The export version is the Su-27SK. Su-27 entered production in 1982 and is in service with Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan,Uzbekistan and Vietnam, and is built under license in China as the F-11. A variant, the Su-30MKK, has been sold to China.
Shenyang J-8II “Finback”-B, features a redesigned forward fuselage that utilize a pair of lateral inlets and a solid nose to reform the original nose inlet design on the J-8. The solid nose provides enough space to accommodate a larger fire-control radar antenna for better target acquisition and tracking performance.
PAC JF-17 Thunder, also known in China as the FC-1 Fierce Dragon, is a light-weight multi-role fight aircraft jointly produced by China and Pakistan. It has the fine high and low-speed maneuverability, all-weather combat capability, and low cost.