23 September 2016, United States' Douglas A-20 Havoc light attack bomber
The A-20 Havoc (British called it Boston) was used by most of the Allied powers in all theaters.
23 September 2016, United States' Curtiss P-40 Warhawk fighter
The P-40 was the main fighter used in the early stages of World War II. Though not the best, with a trained pilot it could hold it's own against enemy fighters.
18 September 2016, Great Britain's Fairey Battle bomber
One of the poorest British bombers, the Fairey Battle was completely inadequate in defending itself against German fighter aircraft. After heavy losses in France they were withdrawn to be trainers.
18 September 2016, Great Britain's Bristol Beaufighter fighter
The Beaufighter was named Whispering Death by the Japanese and was one of the better all around aircraft.
18 September 2016, Germany's Henschel Hs 123 close support
The Henschel Hs 123 was a well like and good performing aircraft that was superceded by the Stuka.
17 September 2016, Italy's Breda Ba.88 ground attack
Probably one of the worst performing aircraft used during World War II was the Breda Ba.88.
15 September 2016, Italy's Breda Ba.65 ground attack
When the Ba.65 was used in Spain it did ok, but when it was used in North Africa against the British Commonwealth forces it proved to be a very poor aircraft.
15 September 2016, Italy's Caproni Bergamaschi Ca.310 series
The Ca.310, Ca.311, Ca.312, Ca.313, and Ca.314 had many of the same features and were used for reconnaissance or as a light bomber/torpedo bomber.
9 September 2016, Japan's Kawasaki Ki-102 fighter; Army Type 4 Assault Plane
The Kawasaki Ki-102 was to be a twin engine fighter that could defend the Japanese islands. To few were built before the end of World War II.
2 September 2016, Japan's Kawasaki Ki-48 bomber; Army Type 99 Twin Engine Light Bomber
Initially designed based on combat against Soviet bombers, the Kawasaki Ki-48 was thought to be an excellent performer, but that was against Chinese opposition. Once facing the American and Commonwealth forces they were found to be quite inadequate.
27 August 2016, Japan's Kawasaki Ki-45 Toryu (Dragon Killer) fighter
The Kawasaki Ki-45 was a potent anti-bomber fighter during the last phases of World War II over the Japanese islands.
19 August 2016, Japan's Mitsubishi Ki-51 ground attack; Army Type 99
The Mitsubishi Ki-51 was well liked by its crews, but it proved to be very vulnerable to Allied fighters.
12 August 2016, Japan's Mitsubishi Ki-30 bomber; Army Type 97 Light Bomber
The Mitsubishi Ki-30 had some success in China, but once it met fighter opposition it proved to be very vulnerable.