First flown in December 1935 the Curtiss XSBC-2 Helldiver was developed from a 1932 parasol monoplane fighter design to meet a U.S. Navy divebomber requirement. It has the distinction of being the las..
The reliability and commercial success of the Alouette II prompte dits manufacturer Sud Aviation to design an advanced variant with a more powerful turbojet and improved airtrame aerodynamics. It was ..
Thanks to its numerous successes, the Spitfire is one of the most famous planes of the Second World War. In 1943, in order to increase production of these planes, the engines were manufactured in the ..