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Bomber Gallery

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Choose from 461 pictures in our Bomber collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The F-4E Phantom II operated by the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds squadron until 1973 Featured Print

The F-4E Phantom II operated by the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds squadron until 1973

The U.S. Air Force's Thunderbirds demonstration squadron operated the F-4E Phantom II from 1969 until 1973, when the cost of operating the
technically complex Phantom prompted the USAF to re-equip the team with T-38 Talons. Unlike the various aircraft types that previously been operated by the team, the traditional polished metal finish was replaced by gloss white paint, and this feature was continued with the T-38 and the current team aircraft, the F-16

© Inkworm/Stocktrek Images

The Short Sunderland, 1941. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

The Short Sunderland, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Short Sunderland, 1941. The Short S.25 Sunderland was a British flying boat patrol bomber developed for the RAF by Short Brothers. It took its name from the town, later city, of Sunderland in northeast England. From "The Royal Air Force in Pictures", 2nd edition, by World War I flying ace Major Oliver Stewart. [Country Life Ltd, London, 1941]

© The Print Collector/Heritage Images

German WWII ramjet engine blueprint Featured Print

German WWII ramjet engine blueprint

German WWII ramjet engine blueprint. This design, for the propulsor ramjet engine to be mounted on top of a Dornier Do 217 E-2 heavy bomber, dates from 1942. This and similar designs were developed during World War II by the Austrian-German aerospace engineer Eugen Sanger (1905-1964) and the German engineer Irene Bredt (1911-1983). Their work on jet propulsion and ramjet engines was intended to enable German bombers to reach the USA. The project was known as the Amerika Bomber, and was later named the Sanger-Bredt Antipodal Bomber'. None of the designs ever saw action before the end of the war. The text labels are in French

© DETLEV VAN RAVENSWAAY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY