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A massive work

Please note that I was listening aircrafts from Episode 4 and later. For the first three, I've tried to find data but I could not be sure that all is there.
Even in the following for those with the most dense aviation footages, I've probably lost nearly 10 / 15 % of the screenshots, mostly with unidentifiable airplane. This would not lower the interest of this page as there is already numerous screenshots unidentified, mainly for too short/quick appearances or an operator too far of the action.
An aircraft is listed in each Episode it could be seen; usually, one or two screenshot to display him but when the same type of airplane is shown in several sequences, with several other aircrafts in between, I could put the same number of screenshots than we can see this machine in the Episode. I've tried to name each screenshot by the timing and aircraft name concerned, which must help you to find it again. But some are really a glimpse and visible only by using the step by step button.
Last, I would apologize to the poor quality of these screenshots. I've lost the main function I've used to capture the plane seen and must work in highly degrade conditions. After all, it should prompt you to look by yourself this saga.

This work is based on the european issue. It seems that the american one is more than slighty different. If I have well understood, it's shorter and the script was neglecting some part of the history. Those forgotten points were fixed for the export version. I would like to know if this was done only by adding new documents or by a complete new writting, which means a new selection and/or ordering differently the footages and pictures. In this second case, a new page would be very intersting...

LVCDC 07 October 2012

Massive work indeed! Thanks a lot for this very interesting contribution LVCDC, and for accurate identification too!
I've authorized myself to move categoy pages of Japanese Ki-1 and Ki-21, as generic name more convenient for globalizing all versions of these aircraft. Hope you want be upset with this. Thanks again for your work.Sixcyl 02:21, 7 October 2012 (MDT)

You have a more accurate view of the whole system about categories. BTW, could you add the Waco company to the manufacturers ? (CGC-4 and F series biplanes). LVCDC 7 October 2012