20 January 2017, Great Britain's De Havilland DH.98 Mosquito
The de Havilland Mosquito was one of the most versatile aircraft used in more roles than any other aircraft.
17 January 2017, Great Britain's Bristol Beaufort torpedo bomber
The Bristol Beaufort was the RAF's primary torpedo bomber until it was replaced by the Beaufighter.
17 January 2017, Great Britain's Bristol Beaufighter fighter
The Bristol Beaufighter was an excellent anti-shipping aircraft.
17 January 2017, Great Britain's Avro Anson trainer
The Avro Anson was primarily used as a trainer, but early in World War II it was used for reconnaissance.
15 January 2017, United States' Northrop N-3PB Nomad floatplane
Produced for Norway, the Northrop N-3PB Nomads weren't delivered before the German invasion. They were used by Norwegian manned squadrons.
15 January 2017, United States' Grumman J2F Duck amphibian
Around 650 of the Grumman J2F Duck amphibians were manufactured before and during World War II. They were mostly used for utility type jobs.
13 January 2017, United States' Vought OS2U Kingfisher land and floatplane
The Vought OS2U Kingfisher was extensively used in the United States Navy's warships.
6 January 2017, United States' Curtiss SC-1 Seahawk floatplane
The Curtiss SC-1 Seahawk came late in World War II and replaced the SOCs.
6 January 2017, United States' Curtiss SOC Seagull floatplane
By 1940 all major warships in the United States Navy had Curtiss SOCs on board.
2 January 2017, Japan's Nakajima A6M2-N fighter floatplane, Navy Type 2 Floatplane Fighter Model 11
The Nakajima A6M2-N was a successful conversion of a fighter into a floatplane fighter.
2 January 2017, Japan's Mitsubishi F1M reconnaissance floatplane, Navy Type 0
The Mitsubishi F1M floatplane was widely used on warships in the Imperial Japanese Navy.
26 December 2016, Japan's Kawanishi N1K1 Kyofu (mighty wind) fighter floatplane
The Kawanishi N1K1 Kyofu was probably the best floatplane fighter of World War II. However, less than 100 were manufactured.
22 December 2016, Japan's Aichi E13A reconnaissance; Navy Type 0 Reconnaissance Seaplane Model 1
The Aichi E13A1 was the most numerous of the reconnaissance float planes used by the Japanese Navy.
18 December 2016, Germany's Heinkel He 115 floatplane, torpedo bomber, minelayer
The Heinkel He 115 was one of the best floatplanes used in World War II.
17 December 2016, Germany's Heinkel He 59 floatplane
The Heinkel He 59 was used as an air-sea rescue, mine layer, and reconnaissance aircraft.
16 December 2016, United States' Pennsylvania Class Battleships
The Pennsylvania Class battleships had 12 14" guns in four turrets. The USS Arizona was sunk at Pearl Harbor.
9 December 2016, Great Britain's Fairey Seafox float plane
Fairey Seafoxes were used on light cruisers for reconnaissance and round spotting.
9 December 2016, Netherlands' Fokker T.VIII-W, Fokker T.VIII bomber
Only a few of the Fokker T.VIII-Ws were completed. A few were used by the allies but the lack of spare parts eventually took them out of service.