Aviazione

Collection by Gioacchino Mattioli

162 
Pins
Gioacchino Mattioli
  Baked Pork Loin, Pork Ribs, Pork Rib Recipes, Pork Tenderloin Recipes, Salsa Barbecue, Fish And Meat, Daily Meals, Antipasto, Italian Recipes

COME FARE LE COSTINE AL FORNO MORBIDISSIME

Oggi vi spiego come fare le costine al forno morbidissime in salsa bbq. La lunga cottura a bassa temperatura in forno permette di avere una carne tenerissim

Sukhoi "Flanker-C" is a twin-engine, two-seat supermaneuverable fighter Military Jets, Military Weapons, Military Aircraft, Airplane Fighter, Fighter Aircraft, Air Fighter, Fighter Jets, Su27 Flanker, Tomcat F14

Wings in the sky

"Hemos aprendido a volar como los pájaros, a nadar como los peces; pero no hemos aprendido el sencillo arte de vivir como hermanos". Martin Luther King

10 Dreaded Japanese Fighter Planes of World War 2 Navy Aircraft, Aircraft Photos, Ww2 Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Fighter Jets, Ww2 Planes, Vintage Airplanes, Pilot

10 Dreaded Japanese Fighter Planes of World War 2

A compilation of 10 feared Japanese Warplanes In World War 2

anchors-aweigh-navy: “Battleship USS Indiana returns from the Pacific War, October Seen as she passed under the Golden Gate Bridge and into San Francisco Bay, her deck is lined with sailors and marines. Naval History, Military History, Uss Indiana, Cruisers, Us Battleships, Capital Ship, Go Navy, Us Navy Ships, United States Navy

login

Inserisci la tua user e password ed entra in Libero Mail. Sei invece un nuovo utente? Crea un nuovo account o richiedi l'aiuto di Libero

Luftwaffe Lovers: "Never hate, it only eats you alive" - Erich Hartmann. interview with the greatest Ace ever, which saw the sky. Ww2 Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Luftwaffe, German Soldiers Ww2, German Army, Erich Hartmann, Heroes And Generals, Female Marines

"Never hate, it only eats you alive" - Erich Hartmann. interview with the greatest Ace ever, which saw the sky.

Erich Hartmann, 1971 Credited with 352 victories, Major Erich Alfred Hartmann has two nicknames: “Bubi” from his comrades and “The Black Devil” from his adversaries. He is considered as the top fighter ace in the aerial warfare history, being the fighter pilot with the greatest score. He has crashed 14 times but not once was he shot down — some of the reasons of the crash included running out of fuel or even aircraft damage due to flying debris from the aircraft he has successfully hit. Even…

  Aircraft Propeller, Ww2 Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Fighter Pilot, Fighter Jets, Westland Whirlwind, Hawker Tempest, Hawker Typhoon

Aviation Photo #1713135: Hawker Tempest TT5 - UK - Air Force

Photo taken at London [OFF AIRPORT] in England, United Kingdom on September 17, 1968.

Greetings Card-Contemporary cutaway drawing of the Short Calcutta-Photo Greetings Card made in the USA Civil Aviation, Aviation Art, Air France, Passenger Aircraft, Private Plane, Flying Boat, Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Cutaway

Print of Contemporary cutaway drawing of the Short S8 Calcutta

Contemporary cutaway drawing of the Short S8 Calcutta in flight #MediaStorehouse

Luftwaffe Lovers: "Never hate, it only eats you alive" - Erich Hartmann. interview with the greatest Ace ever, which saw the sky. Erich Hartmann, Luftwaffe, World War Two, Troops, Wwii, Vintage Photos, Pilot, Hate, German

"Never hate, it only eats you alive" - Erich Hartmann. interview with the greatest Ace ever, which saw the sky.

Erich Hartmann, 1971 Credited with 352 victories, Major Erich Alfred Hartmann has two nicknames: “Bubi” from his comrades and “The Black Devil” from his adversaries. He is considered as the top fighter ace in the aerial warfare history, being the fighter pilot with the greatest score. He has crashed 14 times but not once was he shot down — some of the reasons of the crash included running out of fuel or even aircraft damage due to flying debris from the aircraft he has successfully hit. Even…

Luftwaffe ace Major Erich Hartmann - pin by Paolo Marzioli Luftwaffe, German Soldiers Ww2, German Army, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Erich Hartmann, Battle Of Britain, Fighter Pilot, Military History

"Never hate, it only eats you alive" - Erich Hartmann. interview with the greatest Ace ever, which saw the sky.

Erich Hartmann, 1971 Credited with 352 victories, Major Erich Alfred Hartmann has two nicknames: “Bubi” from his comrades and “The Black Devil” from his adversaries. He is considered as the top fighter ace in the aerial warfare history, being the fighter pilot with the greatest score. He has crashed 14 times but not once was he shot down — some of the reasons of the crash included running out of fuel or even aircraft damage due to flying debris from the aircraft he has successfully hit. Even…

Southern Italy WWII - fighter Pilot Eugenio Salvi enters his cockpit of his Macchi "Folgore", pin by Paolo Marzioli Italian Air Force, Italian Army, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Fighter Pilot, Fighter Jets, Old Planes, Nose Art, Luftwaffe

Règia Aeronautica, Cobelligerante o Nazional rapubblicana è sempre una grande storia da raccontare

Il Ministero della Guerra, nel 1884, autorizzava la costituzione di un Servizio Aeronautico presso il 3° Reggimento Genio a Roma ed il reparto si sarebbe occupato degli aerostati da ricognizione. Il 23 giugno del 1887 veniva promulgata la prima legge aeronautica, la n° 4593 che normava ed istituiva una Compagnia Specialisti del Genio, destinata, tra l'altro, all'uso dei palloni frenati.Il primo pilota di aerostato militare fu il capitano Alessandro Pecori Giraldi, comandante della Compagnia…

Southern Italy WWII - fighter Pilot Eugenio Salvi enters his cockpit of his Macchi "Folgore", pin by Paolo Marzioli Italian Air Force, Italian Army, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Fighter Pilot, Fighter Jets, Old Planes, Nose Art, Luftwaffe

Règia Aeronautica, Cobelligerante o Nazional rapubblicana è sempre una grande storia da raccontare

Il Ministero della Guerra, nel 1884, autorizzava la costituzione di un Servizio Aeronautico presso il 3° Reggimento Genio a Roma ed il reparto si sarebbe occupato degli aerostati da ricognizione. Il 23 giugno del 1887 veniva promulgata la prima legge aeronautica, la n° 4593 che normava ed istituiva una Compagnia Specialisti del Genio, destinata, tra l'altro, all'uso dei palloni frenati.Il primo pilota di aerostato militare fu il capitano Alessandro Pecori Giraldi, comandante della Compagnia…