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https://flic.kr/p/ModTFm | Malta Air Force Helicopter | Malta International Airshow

https://flic.kr/p/ModTFm | Malta Air Force Helicopter | Malta International Airshow

D-IMPA - Malta - Armed Forces Beechcraft 200 King Air aircraft

D-IMPA - Malta - Armed Forces Beechcraft 200 King Air aircraft

Malta, Luqa Airfield, June 1943: the Commander of No 23 Squadron, Royal Air Force, Wing Commander John B Selby, DSO, DFC, already on flight dress, and his observer looking at their de Havilland Mosquito II aircraft “P-Peter” while other members of the Squadron watch from atop the blast wall at the Dispersal Point. The four 20mm cannon are corked to prevent dirt damaging them. Victor Sierra

Malta, Luqa Airfield, June 1943: the Commander of No 23 Squadron, Royal Air Force, Wing Commander John B Selby, DSO, DFC, already on flight dress, and his observer looking at their de Havilland Mosquito II aircraft “P-Peter” while other members of the Squadron watch from atop the blast wall at the Dispersal Point. The four 20mm cannon are corked to prevent dirt damaging them. Victor Sierra

Lufthansa 747-8 travel & #save on tickets with #AirConcierge.com

Lufthansa 747-8 travel & #save on tickets with #AirConcierge.com

RAF pilots with Beaufighter and Spitfire at Malta #flickr #plane #WW2

RAF pilots with Beaufighter and Spitfire at Malta #flickr #plane #WW2

Spitfire in Malta 15 May 1943.  Air Vice-Marshall Keith Park about to taxi out in his personal Spitfire V to mark the opening of Malta's new airstrip in Safi.

Spitfire in Malta 15 May 1943. Air Vice-Marshall Keith Park about to taxi out in his personal Spitfire V to mark the opening of Malta's new airstrip in Safi.

McDonnell Douglas F-4E AUP Phantom II aircraft picture

McDonnell Douglas F-4E AUP Phantom II aircraft picture

Anthony Rogers, Top 5 Military History Reads: #AuthorTalk • Slaughter at Halbe by Tony Le Tissier • Dispatches by Michael Herr • The Siege of Malta by Francisco Balbi di Correggio • One Man’s Window by Denis Barnham • Monte Cassino by Matthew Parker Mr Rogers is the wonderful author of Air Battle of Malta, OUT NOW at Pen and Sword Books: https://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/Air-Battle-of-Malta…/p/13334 --- "This book documents all known aircraft crashes that occurred in and around Malta and Gozo…

Anthony Rogers, Top 5 Military History Reads: #AuthorTalk • Slaughter at Halbe by Tony Le Tissier • Dispatches by Michael Herr • The Siege of Malta by Francisco Balbi di Correggio • One Man’s Window by Denis Barnham • Monte Cassino by Matthew Parker Mr Rogers is the wonderful author of Air Battle of Malta, OUT NOW at Pen and Sword Books: https://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/Air-Battle-of-Malta…/p/13334 --- "This book documents all known aircraft crashes that occurred in and around Malta and Gozo…

A RAF’s Spitfire VC forced to land because battle damages on the Scoglitti’s shore, near Ragusa, SE Sicily. The aircraft, of No 185 Squadron RAF based at Malta, was down by the Macchi MC.202 of Italian Air Force’s 51st Stormo, took off from Gela air base, on 9 September 1942.

A RAF’s Spitfire VC forced to land because battle damages on the Scoglitti’s shore, near Ragusa, SE Sicily. The aircraft, of No 185 Squadron RAF based at Malta, was down by the Macchi MC.202 of Italian Air Force’s 51st Stormo, took off from Gela air base, on 9 September 1942.

"Fortress Malta" by Nicolas Trudgian - In the summer of 1942, the desperate battle to keep Malta in Allied hands is at its height. The vital port of Valletta is the beleaguered target for yet another attack by Luftwaffe JU88 bombers. Spitfire Mk VBs of No.249 Squadron, who, in pursuit of the bombers, have become entangled with the enemy escort fighters. These include Me109s of JG53 and Italian Air Force Re2001s of 2º Gruppo based in Sicily.

"Fortress Malta" by Nicolas Trudgian - In the summer of 1942, the desperate battle to keep Malta in Allied hands is at its height. The vital port of Valletta is the beleaguered target for yet another attack by Luftwaffe JU88 bombers. Spitfire Mk VBs of No.249 Squadron, who, in pursuit of the bombers, have become entangled with the enemy escort fighters. These include Me109s of JG53 and Italian Air Force Re2001s of 2º Gruppo based in Sicily.

Supermarine Seafire LIII 3s , on a carrier, ready to make their trip to ops. In la Valleta, Malta. July, 1944

Supermarine Seafire LIII 3s , on a carrier, ready to make their trip to ops. In la Valleta, Malta. July, 1944

Magazine centrefold showing different versions of the Spitfire painted in the markings of various squadrons and air forces. Profiles of this type provide invaluable reference for researchers and...

Magazine centrefold showing different versions of the Spitfire painted in the markings of various squadrons and air forces. Profiles of this type provide invaluable reference for researchers and...

The personal Spitfire of Air Vice Marshal Keith Park, Commanding Air Officer of Malta, as he prepares for a ceremonial take-off to inaugurate Malta’s new aerodrome at Safi, 1943

The personal Spitfire of Air Vice Marshal Keith Park, Commanding Air Officer of Malta, as he prepares for a ceremonial take-off to inaugurate Malta’s new aerodrome at Safi, 1943

Flight Lieutenant Denis Barnham, Spitfire Vc (Trop) BP955, 601 Squadron RAF with Flight Commander Mike 'Pancho' Le Bas. Luqa, Malta. Late April 1942.

Flight Lieutenant Denis Barnham, Spitfire Vc (Trop) BP955, 601 Squadron RAF with Flight Commander Mike 'Pancho' Le Bas. Luqa, Malta. Late April 1942.

Faith, Hope, and Charity---the three bi-planes that defended Malta during World War II.  ---    #WWII

Faith, Hope, and Charity---the three bi-planes that defended Malta during World War II. --- #WWII