Yokosuka P1Y Ginga ("Galaxy") bomber. The Yokosuka P1Y Ginga (銀河, "Galaxy") was a twin-engine, land-based bomber developed for the Japanese Imperial Navy in World War II. It was the successor to the Mitsubishi G4M and given the Allied reporting name "Frances".
Bomber B-17G-25-DL «Sweet Pea» (serial number 42-38078) 429 Squadron, 2nd Bomb Group of the 15th Air Army, US Air Force received a direct hit flak during a raid on the Hungarian city of Debrecen 21/09/1944 . Despite the critical damage, the pilot Guy Miller (Guy M. Miller) was able to hold on to the airfield Amendola car in Italy.
ROYAL AIR FORCE ITALY BALKANS SOUTH-EAST EUROPE 1942-1945 (C 4387) Martin Baltimores of the Desert Air Force flying in formation on the way to attack German heavy gun positions north-west of Cassino, Italy.