The 190 is literally one of the best fighters of all time, no Allied plane that … The differences were amazing. I like it's look too. drowning the spark plugs and evade the obvious fire hazard while The Corsair was the best carrier plane in the world. Fly and Fight, available from Amazon.com. An icon of hope and a true masterpiece of British engineering at its prime. In my humble opinion the 109 had an edge, even though the spitfire and the 109 are both amazing war machines. That's the kind of plane the U.S. Army wanted when Bell hopped on the design. At the American Heritage Museum, 568 Main St., the Collings Foundation has a Curtiss P-40B Tomahawk fighter plane that was at Pearl Harbor on … In 1945 a total of 21,696 fighters came off the assembly line. The P-40 was the workhorse of the Allied aerial arsenal right Simply the best piston engine fighter of the war. In a dogfight, the turns are also equivalent, although the long nose reduces the visibility. Hellcat's, Corsair's, Mustang's, Lightning's, Thunderbolt's, all fell to it's cannon's when a competent pilot was at the stick. When he joined the USAAF in 1942 they converted to P-47s. especially important for a carrier-based plane to be used by a large Merlin engine built under license in the States by Packard, the luxury Forget the P-51 Mustang or Zero: This Was the Best Fighter Plane During World War II The Focke-Wulf FW-190 fighter aircraft helped to even the odds against enemy fighters. was generally outclassed by the Zero, it served well in the early This aircraft was a tactical ground attack plane and a long range escort fighter as well. Joel Paris was a P-40 ace with the 49th Fighter Group in the By Stephen Sherman, May, 2002.Updated January 26, 2012. one of the Navy's top aces, quipped. flew the Mustang sturdier than Japanese fighters, and it out-gunned them as well. Best over fighter of WWII. Actually it was a very good fighter. Max altitude of the boyfriend-109H was 49,200 feet, while the P-51d's max altitude was 41,900 feet. Japan began the Pacific War with two major technological advantages over the U.S. Navy: the much more reliable Long Lance torpedo, and the Mitsubishi A6M Zero carried-based fighter, a … My Uncle was part of the 354th Fighter Group that forcibly turned in their P-51s for P-47s in 1944 and he always said that the P-47 in the hands of an experienced combat pilot was every bit as good a fighter in actual air combat as the P-51. A feared and respected adversary of allied pilots. Johnson had landed his plane at the Manston emergency strip, he the early air battles over Guadalcanal and in the 1942 carrier battles. And in pure scare factor nothing scared one as much as when a "forked tailed devil" attacked you. In 1942 a total of 10,769 fighter planes were built. Fantastic aircraft, obsolete as dive bomber, lethal as tank buster. lower cylinders of oil so the start-up could be accomplished in safety. coated the windshield and seriously decreased Dad was on the bridge manning the earphones and sending fire orders to the various stations when a Kate got through the flack and headed toward the bridge. It functioned as a fighter, bomber, ground attack, even did photo reconnaissance. ducks against the Messerschmitts and Focke Wulfs. The Me 262 could've been a phenomenal aircraft had it not suffered from these flaws, as well as its inexperienced pilots (yes, most of them were experts e.g. A superb dogfighter. "I love this airplane so much, unlike anything in our arsenal except the P-38. which we could fly in order to wash away the oil. It could not take the punishment that a P-47 could, but was the best all round air to air fighter in WW2. By 1945 it was abysmal, being crushed by the US and British pilots, as it was far too slow to be effective. The pilot, ever Their comments follow. One of the leading Russian aces, She was less maneuverable than both the Messerschmidt and Focke Wulf families of aircraft, and the Ta-152 would have made toast out of her. firepower, check. Maybe not the best "pure fighter" but was much more adaptable than any fighter. This was a dandy feature except that the flaps could and It's a fighter adequate to modern needs.It was one of the most important planes on the Eastern Front, but forgotten today. The stang was a long range escort fighter, whereas the 109 was a defensive interceptor. the heavy electric starter. I talked with an old guy the flew Spitfires in the Eagle Squadron. two-stage blower in the induction system that was controlled Recommended Reading (available from Amazon.com): Wildcat to 61 inches of manifold pressure at 3,000 RPM for take-off or, if It's pretty easy to shoot a messerschmitt out of the sky with a green scared kid at the controls barely able to fly formation or instruments. The mustang was armed with 6 miniscule 12.7mm machine guns, while the 109 was packing up to three 30mm cannons, and two 13mm machine guns. development. Mosquito, P-38, Spiftfire and Fw-190. Best fighter hand down. Anderson flew Mustangs. power was way down and the controls had to be handled gingerly. It certainly was a decisive factor in the aerial Battle of While all this was happening... My mother was at home in a defense plant... Inspecting riveting on wing sections... For F4U Corsairs. serious trouble against a Japanese fighter. Around 17,000 feet, when the In the European Theater of Operations, early years, there were two … the P-40s, but even more so. Aces of the Ninth and Fifteenth Air Forces and the RAF. Not sure how anyone could think a Spitfire was better. I would have to place the YaK-3 over the others simply for the sheer agility, high speed approaching that of the Mustang, and good armament. More versatile armament than others. When all was in readiness, the var d = new Date() carrier decks. I am a big fan of P-51, De have. flap as against losing lift in this terrifying, dangerous manner. horrendous loss of lift and a rapid sinking. I and superior to the Dutch Fokker D. XXI and Polish PZL P.24. Aces of World War 2, The highly successful follow-on to the Wildcat. Made to accommodate various configurations including fighter, fighter-bomber, recon, etc. Pilots that flew both P-38 and P-51 seemed to side with the P-38 after the war. cylinders to get the engine to cough to life. On the American side: kills by American fighter pilots flown in US service. Great climb ratio. Six months later, naval aviators sunk four Japanese aircraft carriers at the Battle of Midway. Thunderbolt Aces of the Eighth Air Force, Mustang At the start of the war there was no better fighter on either side of the ocean. didn't have the strength to make high speed rolls ... You could push things, too. It also shot down more planes than any other Allied aircraft during the war and accounted for around 75% of aircraft downed during the Great Marianas Turkey Shoot of 1944. After too many narrow escapes, we got the "flap It was really a jack of all trades you might say. after it had sat in subfreezing weather overnight. The Finn's leading ace, Eino Juutilainen, scored 34 of his 94 kills P-51, single-seat, single-engine fighter aircraft originally designed and produced by North American Aviation for the British Royal Air Force and later adopted by the U.S. Army Air Forces. available in large numbers at the start of the war. airplane. Definitely under rated. First rate fighter that was a match for anything the Americans could throw at it. Extremely maneuverable at low altitude with adequate performance at high. Much better dog fighter than it looked like. Known as the "Jug", the P-47 was one of the heaviest planes to fly by a single propeller engine, weighing around 5 tons when empty. Many pilots in Korea who flew P-51s for ground attack missions wished they could've flown the heavier and more armored P-47 instead, which was better suited for the role. Over half of the Airacobras produced, almost 5000 planes, went to © 1999- With a top speed of 570mph, it was faster than the ME-262, and the production version would have been more heavily armed, with 6 20mm cannons to the 262's four 30mm. Also was one of the moat beautifull planes of wwii. dogfight with an Oscar or Zero. Great figher for all the reasons noted already: firepower, two engines so it could still bring you home if one was out, great range, this plane had it all. An amazing plane, which although outdated in the second half of the war it still performed admirable.A Luftwaffe major who tested it in March 1941 had this to say about the IAR 80Takeoff and landing are very good. Hellcat Aces of World War 2. Its amazing dogfighting abilities were of no use as its enemies would no longer be doing the same twisting and turning, but zooming and and getting away for a second attack, if it was necessary.I do not believe the Zero deserves a place in the list. took two strong men pulling on a prop blade to slowly It had a tricycle landing gear, Was also an incredibly rugged aircraft, that could take tremendous punishment. breakdowns; like most American aircraft it could absorb a lot of enemy That through 1944. He told me the P-47 was faster and more powerful than the Spit. trying to fly - and eventually, fight - our irasible Hogs. As Russia slogged on through the latter stages of WW2, the development of a newer Yak aircraft to meet the needs of the front gave rise to the Yak-9. V-1710 engine, that Curtis was able to produce in large numbers. With its twin engines mounted on twin booms and the pilot's separate The difficult handling and landing characteristics caused the Navy to rely Supermarine Spitfire - Best British Fighter. The Mustang was indeed a brilliant long-range plane, built to a British Air Ministry requirement, but useless until the US-built engine was replaced with the matchless, British, Rolls Royce Merlin ...more, It shot down more german planes than the spitfires and anti aircraft guns together.. Over 3000 were used by russian forces and the reliability was unmatched. Goebel and Bud Alexander Pokryshin, with 59 kills, scored 48 of these in a P-39. Best kill ratio, and best pilot retention. If you were a ground troop this is the fighter you would fear. The 2,800-cubic-inch engine was a monster to fire up speed, check. Updated July 28, 2011. or 2 12.7 under the wing. He couldn't because you could After the war in Australia we had to make some purchases prior to the … rapid, with the agility to dart in and out of battle. The P-40 design was a modification of the previous Curtiss P-36 Hawk which reduced development time and enabled a rapid entry into production and operational service. Physically, it was pleasing to the eye and looked fast, even The boyfriend 109 was a high altitude fighter that relied on boom and zoom tactics, it was the best at what it did; and what it did really worked. Low Elevation Fighter When it comes to ground attack and low level fighting, you'd be hard-pressed to find a WWII plane that could do better than the P-39 Airacobra. She was mas heavy, but made up for it with an engine that could pull a fully loaded bomber. Same is true of the Wildcat, A well rounded aircraft that allowed the U.S. to get newer aircraft in the air. on the Grumman Hellcat instead. Power countries make an attempt to control the skies and drop bombs capable of destroying their enemy into submission. But in October of 1942, I was thrilled to be flying it. Originally designed as a carrier-based fighter, the Corsair's The N1K Shiden was one of those fighters. Quoted best axis fighter until the end of 1943, and for good reason. Aces of World War 2. And between them the Supermarine Spitfire and Hawker Hurricane SAVED GREAT BRITAIN. months of the war. for geniuses. In less than four years (December 1941- August 1945), the US Army Air Forces lost 14,903 pilots, aircrew and assorted personnel plus 13,873 airplanes ---They were the result of 52,651 aircraft accidents (6,039 involving fatalities) … warned the Americans that their huge Thunderbolts would be sitting Even the mighty Tiger tank's knew they were in trouble once they spotted the flying killing machines, just using the amazing concentrated guns turned those tanks in to twisted metal. Several Largest, and heaviest aircraft of WWII, and the best flying boat of it's day. Excellent range, excellent overall performance, and as a fighter bomber 2nd to none. Fire in the Sky: The Air War in the South Pacific, Robert DeHaven, German pilots remarked it was something "you never wanted to be in front of." Mostly, however, it just Here's another issue: with two engines, the plane stood a better chance of returning home on only one engine as opposed to all other fighters that only had ONE engine. With its big wings, the wingloading was reduced thus its maneuverability was increased. very well at high altitudes. The Mustang's rarely flew ground attack because they had a vulnerable belly.The Jug was faster than a Mustang in a dive, and both the P-47 & P-51 had similar rates of climb and speed in ...more. Buy and sell planes and helicopters online at GlobalPlaneSearch.com. outrun him. In other words, one fights with what is given...even the Brewster Buffalo in the hands of Finn and Dutch pilots fared well against ostensibly better aircraft. You could out-turn him at high speed. The REAL "first" jet fighter, and the first aircraft to feature an ejection seat. Still, one must start somewhere. web sites dedicated to a particular plane. Because of these reasons I will always consider the Yak-3 to be the best fighter of WW2. The P-38, while not as iconic as the P-51 or Spitfire, achieved many important things. The Spitfire's wing design meant that it gave ample warning of a stall and, even when in a stall, the ailerons were still effective, so comparing statistics is not the whole story. cover the Finnish air war, Finnish aces, and the Brewster B-239, automobile company. Mustangs. The Corsair was all weather, and could be rigged for day or night missions, My Grandfather who was in the U.S. Navy in the Pacific during WW2 said without those planes and their ability to island hop and out fight the Japanese zero, it wouldve taken a lot more lives and time, I've seen arguments made for the P-51 being #1 and the corsair being # 1 Certainly not this far down! Recommended Reading (available from Amazon.com): P-38 19:1 kill ratio, 305 Hellcat aces, Capt David McCampbell scored 34 victories flying Hellcats, enough said. This high altitude fighter is a beast. This plane was hard to defeat in a P51, the second plane in this Top Ten. By far one of the best planes Japan ever produced. A pair of 20mm cannons and a pair of 12.7mm MG. While its lack of a Surveys like this constitute opinion. Plagued by a huge strategic disadvantage, inept leadership from Hermann Goering and Adolf Hitler, and unreliable engines of poor condition, the Me 262 easily was a portrait of the Luftwaffe's struggles in the last months of World War 2. had equipped the Corsair with a shotgun starter in lieu of … Next, the engine had to be primed with raw And the cockpit was Japanese planes were quicker ... at Two years after the outbreak of WW2, the USA declared war to the Axis powers after the bombing of Pearl Harbor by the Japanese aviation on December 7, 1941. never fly again. It is an unrecognized masterpiece of engineering. The Alabama-born Medal of Honor recipient flew Grumman F6F Hellcats and in one plane alone scored 23.5 of his victories.McCambell also holds the all-around U.S. record for number of kills in one day at nine. document.write(d.getFullYear()) The Jolly Rogers, by Tom Blackburn and Eric Hammel. The P-38 could deliver a devastating blow both high up in the air and ground missions, with all of the guns located in the nose the concentrated fire power was incredible! accomplish the minimum revolutions needed to clear the World War II witnessed tremendous growth in the size of American military aviation, from about 2,500 airplanes to nearly 300,000 by the war’s end. The Me 262 was still a deadly opponent to bombers and fighters so long as its engines could survive.It was most vulnerable at low altitude, where a P-51 or P-47 could dive on it, or a Hawker Tempest could easily catch up to it. www.P-40.com - one of the best became expert at quickly locating rain showers through He simply pushed the throttle forward and left them in the dust. SUBSCRIBE NOW. It was a steep climber. It did and extreme dive and as he pulled up, cut the Kate in half with the 6 50cal guns. To talk about Rolls-Royce-engined Mustangs not coming on stream in numbers until 1944 is rather disingenuous.Great Britain was at war with Germany in 1939, and the Royal Air Force needed fighter aircraft to compete against Messerschmitts. policy change, and its land-based units eagerly adopted the "Bent-wing World War II veteran Dick Pace, 101, flew over Pensacola in a 1943 North American SNJ, the same kind of aircraft he once taught in as a flight instructor. durability, check. Think of this plane as air borne artillery and an army asset rather than air to air combat - although could hold it's own in that fight as well. But it still held off the Japanese and was probably the most important American aircraft. the Americans began working along the same lines (using the Packard This plane concept seems very good. The YAK-3 was reported by many to be the best handling and most maneuverable of WWII fighters. Escort, strafe, bomb and intercept. The arrival of this plane played a huge role in allowing America to turn the tide against Japan. Earlier 42... No B-17's crossing the channel to attack Hitler Iron Fortress! European Theater, Early Period. Best single engine fighter of the war in every respect. Before transferring to P-51s, Robin Olds shot down 5 German planes on two different occasions. There are a total of [ 358 ] WW2 Fighter Aircraft (1939-1945)entries in the Military Factory. The lightest fighter of the War, it was reported by Soviet pilots to be a dream to fly, and German pilots were routinely ordered not to engage it in any circumstance below 5km. Not the best but a durable aircraft. Mustang's were the pretty boy's choice, but he loved the P-47 because it kept flying even after tremendous damage. Normally aaspirated engines tended to run out of power as altitude The Mustang's range and combat capabilities permitted it to escort shaft running between the pilot's legs. After lengthy production Everyone overlooks the F6F. The large two engined P-38 looks nothing like your typical World War 2 fighter, looking more like a heavy fighter, but the Lightning (namesake of the F-35 Lightning II), or Fork Tailed Devil to the Germans and Two Planes One Pilot to the Japanese was an extremely fast and maneuverable plane. In my opinion it should be 1 or 2. Heard of the A-10 Warthog? It was only slightly slower than the boyfriend 109E. One day in late June, 1943, Johnson's Thunderbolt was hit early in the only area in which the runstang was superior, was range, but that doesn't really matter, since both planes were designed for the exact opposite roles. True story. It could fight on equal terms with the top Allied fighters. Both take off and landing, the engine would simply roll the plane onto its back and dig her into the ground if the pilot wasn't aware applying hard opposite rudder. stages of a landing approach. This touchy enterprise had to stop short of flooding and thus From what I understand, maneuvering in air combat trumps all. Soviet Airacobra aces are known. An average fighter with good long range and high altitude performance. Young inexperienced pilots (that's most of them) could fly the Spitfire to the limit with confidence, whereas with most other aircraft, only a really experienced pilot would dare to take his aircraft to the limit.Result: Spitfires could perform well irrespective of who flew them, other types were often not being flown to their full potential, unless in the hands of an expert. Even in the world of fighter-planes-that-weren't, the Sea Dart is a rare creature—a seaplane jet fighter. It did possess an excellent rate of climb, though in absolute climb speed it was not that fast. It was the first American fighter to have a firm advantage over the Zero and was easier to fly than the Corsair. number of competently trained pilots, made it the Navy's first choice So, a plane able to win THAT aerial supperiority (as ME262 was) is for me the deadliest plane of ww2 beyond any doubt (plane itself speaking and with no consideration of any circumstance not dependant of the plane itself and its performance).If it had flown in early 43 (or before) -and it would have been possible but for Hitler's idiocy-, war would have had a diferent outcome for sure. Big, twin-engine fighter plane used by Army fliers from 1943 in the Pacific. In In the end it was the opinion of pilots that matter. surveyed the damage it had taken, and later described the result in his It was fast, extremely maneuverable and very heavily armed, and armored. The entry of WW2 led to an entirely new rhythm of production and numbers alone are enough to give an idea of the incredible progress that was made. The Ju-87 was a great dive bomber towards the beginning of the war and helped out massively during the Blitzkriegs of the Low Countries. It could have done way more if enough number was produced. To bad Nazi Germany mass produced BF109 over more production of FW-190 it would have extended air war in Europe in my opinion! The P-51 is widely regarded as the finest all-around piston-engined fighter of World War II … Recommended Web Site: Joe Baugher's P-51 The Lockheed P-38 Lightning was an American fighter used during World War II.Possessing an iconic design that placed the engines in twin booms and the cockpit in a central nacelle, the P-38 saw use all theaters of the conflict and was feared by German and Japanese pilots. Some state the FW 190 D-9 was superior even to the British spitfire. the airplane's inherently limited forward visibility. Albeit I don't know if these pilots were the best ever, they may have developed bias for the plane they few in the soviet front, but it is still a great testimonial for the plane. Focke-Wulf Fw-190. at ground support, and could even hold it own in aerial combat. American Air Force men point out that this new type cowling was perfected by NACA in 1940, and it is found on both the Army’s Republic P-47 and the Navy’s sensational Vought-Sikorsky fighter, the F4U-1, which will do over 400 miles an hour, and which helped swing the Army back to the radio engine as a good power unit for fighter planes. Additionally when the French pilots serving with the Soviet Air Force were offered any British, American or Russian airplane to fly and chose the Yak-3 over all others. It produced America's top ace, Richard Bong, and avenged Pearl Harbor when it shot down Admiral Yamamoto's transport plane. quoted from In Late in the war, as the handling be a natural fit with the Rolls Royce Merlin 60 engine, which operated The 109h was superior to the mustang in every way (speed, firepower, and maneuverability). Operating there at low levels, it was very effective Goebel and Bud ", Recommended Reading (available from Amazon.com): American pilots who flew the captured Macchi thought the were better than their Mustangs. Like the 109 ruled Europe, the Zero ruled Asia and the Pacific, finding no challenge except from some early American fighters such as the F4F, which it crushed easily. They were wrong. Some genius Firepower isn't even remotely comparable. This … the mission and then helplessly subjected to an Fw 190's machine gun Germany. It also had one of the best climb rates out of any planes in ww2, with the high altitude performance to boot. during its tour in the Solomons. ", it is obvious the Germans were terrified of this plane. A Marine pilot in a Corsair saved my father's life when their convoy was attacked by Kamikaze pilots late in the war. Many people talk about how the Hellcat was the Zero killer, but few know about the aircraft which was the hellcat killer. and windows that actually rolled up and down with a crank. In April, 1942, a British test pilot, Ronald Harker that if it could cook, I'd marry it. Pure bull, it was fast and had long range but up against a 109h with a German ace at the controls the p51 was as good as dead. P-51 max range with external tanks was 1,650 miles, while the range of the boyfriend-109 was 1,491 miles. 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