The F4F/FM-2 Wildcat was designed in 1935 by the Grumman Aircraft Corp as the first all-metal, carrier launched, monoplane fighter for US Navy.
However by 1942, Grumman was unable maintain max... (more)
With 1294 kills, this was probably the best fighter of World War 1.
Manufactured by Sopwith Aviation Company, the F.I was a single seat, biplane fighter with a heavy, powerful rotary engine an... (more)
Nicknamed the 'Flying Razor' by Allied pilots, the Fokker D.VIII was a single seater fighter developed from the Fokker E.V for the Luftstreitkräfte.
About 380 were built before end of World War... (more)
The L-5 which also called the 'Flying Jeep' was a liason aircraft originally used by US and British armed forces during World War II.
Nearly 3900 L-5s were built. Today there are only about 300... (more)
The Vultee BT-13 Valiant was a Wold War II basic trainer aircraft mainly used for phase 2 training of American pilots. About 9500 aircraft were manufactured and used as trainers by more two dozen ... (more)
The Fokker DR.1 was first built in 1917 as a World War I fighter aircraft by Fokker-Flugzeugwerke. A total of 320 aircraft were manufactured from 1917 to 1918.
The aircraft suffered from chroni... (more)
The Ant Link trainer was developed in early 1930s to teach pilots how to fly using instruments without the dangers of airborne flying. Made of wood it consisted of a small cockpit like structure a... (more)