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This webring is for any website that has pictures or information on any aircraft that fought in World War II!
 

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   Classic Combat Aircraft Preview Go
A whole warbird website dedicated to the men who were called up by there country to defend it and fight for peace and freedom. It includes lots of pictures and lots of information on various aircraft both Alliead and Axis. Please come over and take a look around. Its an excellent referance site.
   Pacific-Based PB4Y Squadrons in WWII Preview Go
Dedicated to United States Navy B-24 Liberator and PB4Y-2 Privateer squadrons. The site contains information on each squadron, photographs, library, and links.
   A Tribute to the Cactus Air Force Preview Go
All about the U.S. Marine, Navy, and Army Air Corps pilots who defended Guadalcanal in 1942 (World War II). Includes: history, photos, paintings, references.


   Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress Preview Go
This is a non-commercial site dedicated to honoring the service of my friend, Fred Acomb and the rest of his combat crew that flew 36 missions between Oct 44-Mar 45 from Kimbolton England with the 379th BG (H)
   Best Aviation Sites Preview Go
A collection of some of the finest aviation sites on the web.
   Aeroclassics Net Preview Go
1000 Pictures, links, specifications, stories, projects and more! Your number one source for WWII aviation content!
   The Aero Forum Preview Go
A place where topics such as Aviation, Aeroplanes, Noted Pilots and Classic Warbirds can be discussed, debated, wrangled over and proclaimed. Ask questions, respond to previous postings and share our common enthusiasm.
   The Unsung Heroes of the U.S. Air Force Preview Go
A tribute and short history of some of the greatest planes ever to fly in the U.S. Air Force. My site is always expanding and always including more historic aircraft.






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