Having made my way out the Military Aviation Museum in Virginia Beach (the destination of my wandering about that day, as I noted in my last post here), I was pleasantly surprised to find not only a B-17G parked out back, but a Junkers Ju-52 trimotor transport plane from WWII.
And, of course, it had some German heraldry on its nose.
Sitting amongst the other planes in the hanger, there was a Spitfire Mark IX ...
With a really great heraldic hunting horn painted on its side.
But airplanes are not the only thing the museum there has. Here was a nice old Jaguar ...
With that great Jaguar Cars Ltd. logo of a jaguar’s head cabossed (face on, with no neck showing).
What a great way to spend a part of the day!
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