Favourite WW2 Aircraft Manufacturer

Great Britain.

  • Hawker.
  • Supermarine.
  • Avro.
  • Boulton Paul.
  • Bristol.
  • de Havilland.
  • Gloster.
  • Westland.
  • Fairey.
  • Armstrong.

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Germany.

  • Messerschmitt.
  • Arado.
  • Blohm & Voss.
  • Junkers.
  • Horten.
  • Dornier.
  • Fieseler.
  • Heinkel.
  • Henschel.
  • Focke Wulf.

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United States.

  • Lockheed.
  • Consolidated.
  • Boeing.
  • North American.
  • Martin.
  • Republic.
  • Douglas.
  • Vought.
  • Bell.
  • Brewster.

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Italy.

  • Piaggio.
  • Macchi.
  • Savoia-Marchetti.
  • Reggiane.
  • Fiat.
  • Breda.
  • C.A.N.T.
  • Caproni.

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Japan.

  • Nakajima.
  • Mitsubishi.
  • Aichi.
  • Kawanishi.
  • Kawasaki.
  • Yokosuka.

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Russia.

  • Ilyushin.
  • Mikoyan & Gurevich (MiG).
  • Yakovlev.
  • Lavochkin.
  • Petlyakov.
  • Tupolev.
  • Polikarpov.

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France.

  • Potez.
  • Dewoitine.
  • Bloch.
  • Amiot.
  • Lioré et Olivier.

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MaxSez: Needed a none for Fr & It.

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You don´t need to vote if you don´t like neither of them.

I chose Yokosuka because I lived there.

Did you like living there?

Yeah. It’s the best place in the world to live in my opinion if you can speak Japanese and live on base.

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@Narroc_Wim… You a Squid MA at the Fleet Activity Bill? Great Chiefs Club.
Tied up there on an Amphib & a CC a couple of time. Lived in Oki for 7 years.
Love the culture and people. Max

No. The last time I was there was when I was 9 but I visited two years ago. They do have a nice CPO club. My dad was on three ships there and was security there.

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