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CRDA Cant Z. 501 Gabbiano, Italy, 1939 , Sea reconnaissance 

 

 
 

Curtiss SO 3 C Seamew, USA, 1939 , Sea reconnaissance and ASW aircraft 

 

 
 

Fairey Firefly F.I, United Kingdom, 1939 , Carrier-based fleet reconnaissance fighter 

 

 
 

FIAT RS 14, Italy, 1939 , long-range maritime reconnaissance floatplane 

 

 
 

Heinkel He 114, Germany, 1939 , Sea based Reconnaissance aircraft 

 

 
 

Martin 167 Maryland, USA, 1939 , Tactical reconnaissance, bomber 

 

 
 

Short G-Class, United Kingdom, 1939 , Long range sea reconnaissance /transport flying boat 

 

 
 

Arado Ar 196 A3, Germany, 1940 , Naval reconnaissance- and combat aircraft 

 

 
 

Arado Ar 231, Germany, 1940 , Sea reconnaissance aircraft based on submarines 

 

 
 

Blohm & Voss Bv 222 A-0 Viking, Germany, 1940 , Flying boat for transport and sea surveillance 

 

 
 

De Havilland DH 98 Mk IV Mosquito, United Kingdom, 1940 , Bomber, tactical reconnaissance and pathfinder 

 

 
 

Dornier Do 26 D, Germany, 1940 , Flying boat 

 

 
 

Interstate L 6 Grasshopper, USA, 1940 , Light observation and liaison aircraft 

 

 
 

Piper L 4 Grasshopper, USA, 1940 , Basic flight instruction, liason and recconnissance 

 

 
 

Stinson L 5 Sentinel, USA, 1940 , Light reconnaissance aircraft 

 

 
 

Aeronca L 3 Grasshopper, USA, 1941 , Liaison and observation airplane 

 

 
 

Nord 1203 Norécrin, France, 1941 , Leisure and liaison aircraft 

 

 
 

Arado Ar 240, Germany, 1942 , Destroyer and reconnaissance 

 

 
 

Arado Ar 440, Germany, 1942 , Long range destroyer 

 

 
 

Blohm & Voss Bv 142 V2/U1, Germany, 1942 , Long range sea surveillance 

 

 
 

Blohm & Voss Bv 238, Germany, 1942 , Very large flying boat 

 

 
 

Boeing B 29 Superfortress, USA, 1942 , Heavy strategic bomber 

 

The B29 was build to follow the B17 and B24. It was designed for high-altitude missions with remote con- trolled guns. The Superfortress was in service mostly in the pacific theatre, where the "Enola Gay" dropped the first nuclear bomb over Hiroshima.

 
 

K+W C 3603, Switzerland, 1942 , Recconnaissance, Ground Attack Aircraft 

 

 
 

Siebel Si 204 D, Germany, 1942 , Liaison and transport aircraft 

 

 
 

Airspeed AS 39 Fleet Shadower, United Kingdom, 1943 , Carrier-based sea reconnaissance aircraft 

 

This highly specialized aircraft was designed to shadow enemy fleets from aircraft carriers, mostly at night. To achieve this, endurance, slow cruising speeds, good field of view and a comparable small size had to be combined.

 
 

Jakovlev Jak 12, Russia, 1944 , Liason aircraft 

 

Build in russia and poland between 1946 and 1961. Metal construction, partially coated with tissue.

 
 

Junkers Ju 388 L, Germany, 1944 , Photo-Reconnaissance ; Variants: K-Bomber J-Allweather fighter 

 

 
 

Lockheed P 80 A Shooting Star, USA, 1944 , Fighter bomber and tactical reconnaissance aircraft 

 

 
 

Short S 45 Seaford, United Kingdom, 1944 , Long range reconnaissance flying boat 

 

 
 

Avro XIX, United Kingdom, 1945 , Light Transport 

 

       

 

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