By February 1917, this B.E.2c, built by Ruston, Proctor and Co of Lincoln, served with 50 (Home Defence) Squadron at Swingate Down (Dover). The aircraft came to the IWM in 1919.
Serial 2699 is on the undersides of the lower wings only.
This B-29 was built by Bell at Atlanta and delivered in August 1945. It was converted to a TB-29 and modified for radar evaluation in April 1950. It is now on display at the Strategic Air and Space Museum, acquiring this nose art after restoration.
4101 had been modified to E-4/B fighter bomber, before Leutnant Wolfgang Teumer of 2./JG 51, based at Peupelingues in Northern France, belly landed at RAF Manston on the 27th November 1940. He had been in combat with Spitfires of 66 Squadron.
In a private garden at a stone's throw from the C-in-C Fighter Command, ACM Dowding Memorial, in Moffat, is this Full Scale Model (FSM) of 253 Squadron Spitfire HF.IXe PT462. The real PT462 is airworthy and based with ARCo at Duxford.
On display at Museum Pusat TNI-AU Dirgantara Mandala. This Invader served with Skadron Udara 1 till 1977 and was the last fully armed Invader in military service. Seen here is its colourful shark nose.
Between 1996 and 2009, the Idaho Air Guard operated a wing of C-130s along with the A-10s. Seeing this one in the Heritage park brought back a lot of memories as I used to see these birds fly all the time. She's now of the very few, if not the only C-130.