Witold Łokuciewski “Tollo" was a Polish fighter ace of the Polish Air Force in World War II. A member of the No. 303 Polish Fighter Squadron. Born: 2 February 1917, Novocherkassk Died:17 April 1990, Warsaw

Witold Łokuciewski “Tollo" was a Polish fighter ace of the Polish Air Force in World War II. Born: 2 February Novocherkassk April Warsaw, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Stanisław Skalski (1915 2004) was a Polish fighter ace of the Polish Air Force in World War II later rising to the rank of Brigadier General. Skalski was the top Polish fighter ace of the war and the first Allied fighter ace of the war credited according to official lists with 18 11/12 victories and two probable. Some sources including Skalski himself give a number of 22 11/12 victories. In October 1942 he was given command of the Polish Fighting Team (PFT) or so-called "Skalski's Circus"…

More than 100 of the best colorized images of Allied Warbirds and Pilots of WWII, made by the best artists of the colourisation

Supermarine Spitfire of the legendary 303 Polish Fighter Squadron #squadron303 #poland #polish #polonia

Supermarine Spitfire of the legendary 303 Polish Fighter Squadron

Personel 305 Dywizjonu.

Ciapek, Airedale Terrier mascot of 305 bomber squadron. Flew many missions…

Toni Główacki & Stefan Witorzeńć while with 501 Squadron. Glowacki shot down his first plane on 15 Aug. 1940 & on 24 Aug. became only the second pilot during the Battle of Britain to shoot down 5 in one day. He later seved with 303 & 308 Polish Squadrons, was with the US 9th Air Force with 356th Fighter Squadron & then Officer Commanding 309 Polish Squadron. He was the only Polish Pilot who rose from the rank of Sergeant to command a squadron.

An RAF fighter station in England during the Battle of Britain, World War II, August Two Polish pilots stationed with the RAF give the OK sign. On the left is Sergeant Glowacki, who has shot down one aircraft, whilst his companion has shot down two.

Witold Urbanowicz the Polish "Flying Tiger"

Witold Urbanowicz the Polish "Flying Tiger"

Bolesław Michal Gładych (17 May 1918 – 12 July 2011) was a Polish fighter pilot, a flying ace of World War II. He was born in Warsaw. His wartime score totals 17 claimed destroyed, 2 probables, 1 shared damaged, and 5 ground kills.

Bolesław Michal Gładych May 1918 – 12 July was a Polish fighter pilot, a flying ace of World War II. He was born in Warsaw. His wartime score totals 17 claimed destroyed, 2 probables, 1 shared damaged, and 5 ground kills.

P/O T. Zurakowski (left) and F/Sgt M. Cwynar. Spitifre IX PK-Z BS513 315 (Polish) Sqn

P/O T. Zurakowski (left) and F/Sgt M. Cwynar. Spitifre IX PK-Z BS513 315 (Polish) Sqn

301 Polish Bomber  Squadron RAF Swinderby England 1941

301 Polish Bomber Squadron RAF Swinderby England The Polish Airmen kicked the crap out of the German fighters.

PZL P-6 Capt. Boleslaw Orlinski by Arkadiuz Wróbel

PZL - One the first all metal single wing fighters of WWII. Pre-dated the Peashooter by several months and could fly circles around it and out gun it.

Eugeniusz Horbaczewski completed the Polish Air Force College in 1939.

Eugeniusz Horbaczewski completed the Polish Air Force College in

Marian Pisarek (3 January 1912 – 29 April 1942), was a Polish fighter pilot, a flying ace of World War II, with 12 planes confirmed shot down and an additional three probable.

Marian Pisarek January 1912 – 29 April was a Polish fighter pilot, a flying ace of World War II, with 12 planes confirmed shot down and an additional three probable.

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