18 June 2016, United States' Martin B-26 Marauder bomber
Initially the Martin B-26 Marauder bomber had handling problems but these were fixed and around 4,700 were manufactured.
18 June 2016, United States' Martin 187 Baltimore A-30 bomber
The Martin Baltimore was produced for the Royal Air Force (RAF) and wasn't used by the United States military.
17 June 2016, France's Breguet Bre 690 Series bombers
The Breguet Bre 690 series was poorly armed and armored and most were lost during the Invasion of France.
17 June 2016, Great Britain's De Havilland DH.98 Mosquito bomber
The de Havilland Mosquito bomber was able to be unarmed due to its high speed and was able to roam over Europe with little opposition that could catch it.
16 June 2016, Great Britain's Handley Page Hereford bomber
The Handley Page Hereford were nearly identical to the Hampden but were intended for Sweden. The deal fell through and the RAF kept the Herefords.
16 June 2016, Great Britain's Handley Page Hampden bomber
The Hamdley Page Hampden was a decent bomber, when used at night. During the day its defenses weren't effective.
10 June 2016, Great Britain's Bristol Blenheim bomber
The Bristol Blenheim had the distinction of suffering the most crew casualties of all the RAF aircraft used in World War II.
10 June 2016, Soviet Union's Ilyushin Il-4 bomber; Ilyushin Dalni Bombardirovshchil ("long range bomber") DB-3 bomber
Widely used, the Ilyushin Il-4 bomber saw combat from the Winter War against Finland all the way to the end of World War II. In all those years it was changed very little.
5 June 2016, Japan's Mitsubishi G4M bomber, Navy Type 1 Attack Bomber
The G4M Flying Cigar was the Japanese Navy's heavy bomber at the start of the war. In China it was rather successful due to the lack of fighter oposition, but it was found that when confrunted by Allied fighters the fuel tanks were very vulnerable.
3 June 2016, United States' Boeing B-29 Superfortress bomber
The best bomber of World War II, the B-29 Superfortress was able to cover the long distances of the Pacific and bomb the Japanese home islands.
30 May 2016, United States' Consolidated B-24 Liberator bomber
The Consolidated B-24 Liberator was built in more number than any other four engine aircraft of World War II.
29 May 2016, Italy's Savoia-Marchetti S.M.82 medium bomber
The Savoia-Marchetti SM.82 was primarily used as a transport.
29 May 2016, Italy's Savoia-Marchetti S.M.79 medium bomber
The most numerous of the Italian bombers, the Savoia-Marchetti SM.79 medium bombers were used by several countries.
22 May 2016, Italy's Reggiane Re.2001 fighter
Only around 250 of the Reggiane Re.2001 Falco II fighters were built. They used a license built Daimler-Benz 601 engine.
21 May 2016, Italy's Macchi MC.202; Folgore fighter
The Macchi M.C. 202 Folgore had almost 1,500 manufactured from 1941 to 1943. At Italy's surrender many went on to fight with the Fascist Air Force.
21 May 2016, Italy's Fiat R.S.14, RS.14 torpedo bomber and reconnaissance floatplane
Under 200 of the Fiat R.S.14 floatplanes were manufactured.
21 May 2016, Italy's Caproni Ca.313 reconnaissance
The Caproni Ca.313 was plagued by mechanical problems mostly due to the poor quality of manufacturing. Over 200 were built.
15 May 2016, Italy's Cant Z.1007 medium bomber
The Cant Z.1007 was Italy's main torpedo bomber during World War II. They suffered many losses in the battles against the Malta bound convoys.
14 May 2016, Italy's Cant Z.506B floatplane
The Cant Z.506 was one of the largest floatplanes used in World War II.
8 May 2016, Germany's Siebel Si 204 liaison
The Siebel Si 204 was manufactured in France during World War II.