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This overview summarizes the most common WW2 Warbirds that I logged since 1973, grouped by manufacturer, model or family of models. Click, if available, this image for a more detailed picture.

Model familyExample
Avro 652 AnsonD-26 at EHLE Aviodrome 20060106
Boeing B. 17G-BEDF at EHDL 19780617
Douglas A-26 InvaderN3710G at EHRD 19800913
Douglas AD 4N Skyraider126979/20-OA at LFPB Dugny 20100918
Douglas SBD-654605 at Washington NASM 20140720
Focke Wulf FW.1907298 at LFPB Museum 19770612
Grumman F- 6G-BTCC at LFPB 20030622
Grumman FM-115392 at Washington NASM 20140720
Hawker HurricaneL1592 at London – Science Museum 20110821
Heinkel 111G1+FL at Hermeskeil 20020722
Heinkel 162120015 at LFPB Dugny 20100918
Lavochkin La-9ZK-LIX at LFPB 20030622
Lockheed P38 LightningN25Y at EBBL 20090918
Lockheed XP-8044-83020 at Washington NASM 20140720
Macchi MC202MM9476 at Washington NASM 20140720
Martin B-26 Marauder44-68219 at LFPB Museum 20100918
Messerschmidt 108D-ESBH at ETMN 20130817
Messerschmidt 109C4K-156 at LFPB Museum 19770612
Messerschmidt 163191316 at London – Science Museum 20110821
Messerschmidt 262500491 at Washington NASM 20140720
Mitsubishi Zero61-131 at Washington NASM 20140720
North American NA 14/182 HarvardG-AZJD at EHRD 19780604
North American NA 87/108 B25N6123C at EBBL 20090918
North American NA111/122 P-51 MustangN167F at EBBL 20090918
Polikarpov I.153 Chaika9 Red at LFPB Museum 19770612
Vickers Supermarine SpitfirePM631 at EHRD 19760925