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Contains aircraft used by the United States of America, including USAAF, USN, and USAF aircraft.

US Navy
& Dive bombers
Bombers Premium aircraft 
Pack & Bundle aircraft 
Rang1.png P-26A-34 (M2) Peashooter
P-26A-33 Peashooter
P-26B-35 Peashooter
P-36A Hawk
P-36C Hawk
P-36G Hawk
F3F-2 Wildcat
F2A-1 Buffalo
F2A-3 Buffalo
SB2U-2 Vindicator
SB2U-3 Vindicator
SBD-3 Dauntless
TBD-1 Devastator
PBY-5 Catalina
PBY-5A Catalina
B-18A Bolo
Thach's F2A-1 Buffalo
Galer's F3F-2 Wildcat
OS2U-1 Kingfisher
OS2U-3 Kingfisher
P-26A-34 Peashooter
Rasmussen's P-36A Hawk
Rang2.png P-40E-1 Warhawk
P-40F-10 Warhawk
P-400 Airacobra
P-39N-0-BE Airacobra
P-39Q-5 Airacobra
P-38E Lightning
P-38G-1 Lightning
F4F-3 Wildcat
F4F-4 Wildcat
F4U-1A Corsair
F4U-1A Corsair (USMC)
F6F-5 Hellcat
A-36A Apache
A-20G-25 Havoc
B-34 Lexington
TBF-1C Avenger
B-25J-1-NC Mitchell
Nation-us.png Ki-43-II Hayabusa
Nation-us.png Ki-61-Ib Hien
Nation-us.png A6M2 Reisen
XP-55 Ascender
XP-38G Lightning
P-51A Mustang (Thunder League)
PV-2D Harpoon
P-43A-1 Lancer
P-40C Warhawk
Rang3.png P-51-1 Mustang
P-47D-25 Thunderbolt
P-47D-28-RA Thunderbolt
P-63A-5 Kingcobra
P-63A-10 Kingcobra
P-63C-5 Kingcobra
P-61C-1 Black Widow
F4U-1D Corsair
F6F-5N Hellcat
F4U-1C Corsair
F4U-4 Corsair
SB2C-1C Helldiver
SB2C-4 Helldiver
PBJ-1H Mitchell
PBJ-1J Mitchell
B-25J-20-NC Mitchell
B-17E Flying Fortress
B-17E Flying Fortress /Late
PB4Y-2 Privateer
Nation-us.png Bf 109 F-4
XP-50 Skyrocket
BTD-1 Destroyer
P-61A-1 Black Widow
XF5F Skyrocket
Nation-animal.png Kingcobra
Rang4.png P-38J-15 Lightning
P-38L-5 Lightning
P-47N-15 Thunderbolt
P-51D-5 Mustang
P-51D-30 Mustang
F-82E Twin Mustang
P-51H-5 Mustang
F4U-4B Corsair
F8F-1 Bearcat
F8F-1B Bearcat
F7F-1 Tigercat
A-26B-10 Invader
A-26B-50 Invader
AD-2 Skyraider
AD-4 Skyraider
B-17G-60-VE Flying Fortress
B-24D-25 Liberator
B-29A Superfortress
Nation-us.png Fw 190 A-8
Nation-us.png Spitfire LF Mk.IX
XA-38 Grizzly
A-26C-45 Invader
A-26C-45-DT Invader
Bostwicks's P-47M-1 Thunderbolt
Wetmore's P-51D-10 Mustang
P-51D-20 Mustang
P-38K-1 Lightning
F7F-3 Tigercat
Bong's P-38J-15 Lightning
F4U-4B Corsair VMF-514
Rang5.png F-80A-5 Shooting Star
F-80C-10 Shooting Star
F-84B-26 Thunderjet
F-84G-21 Thunderjet
F-86A-5 Sabre
F-86F-25 Sabre
F-86F-2 Sabre
F2H-2 Banshee
F9F-2 Panther
F9F-5 Panther
F9F-8 Cougar
F3D-1 Skyknight
FJ-4B Fury
B-57A Canberra
B-57B Canberra
FJ-4B VMF-232 Fury
Rang6.png F-100D

War Thunder: United States Air Force
from the series Nations of War Thunder

From the far blue Pacific Ocean over the mountain riddes of the Bulge to the ever green jungles of Korea; the US Army Air Corps developed into the most formidable air force in the world! Only to be rivaled by
the U.S. Naval Air Force.

US equipment often uses non-standard solutions in the field of armaments, emphasis on technological innovation and a great love for the personalization of military equipment, the unusual arrangement of airframe, powerful engines and the predominance of machine-gun armament - all this characterizes the United States Air Force, presented in a variety of aircraft in War Thunder. The famous "invincible" flying fortress, the mighty Mustangs and jet aircraft, capable of competing on equal terms with any representatives of the jet era.


The USAF was formed as a separate branch of the military on 18th of September, 1947 under the National Security Act of 1947. One must surely then think - “Why does a force so important as this only receive recognition after the Second World War, where it proved it’s worth?”. The answer is fairly simple.

The United States Air Force was brought into life with the signing of the National Security act in 1947. Before that, air power was prevalent in the American military. The first air corps was created on the 1st of August 1907, with the creation of the Aeronautical Division in the Office of the Chief Signal Officer of the Army. In the First World War, American pilots took part in the conflict as part of the American Expeditionary Force. After the "Great War", the US Army Air Corps was established and started to pioneer new advancements in the field of aviation, such as mid-air refueling or the adoption of full-metal monoplanes instead of biplanes seen in the arsenal of other Air Forces around the world.

In 1941, the Air Corps was transformed into the United States Army Air Force. After the attack on Pearl Harbor, the consequence of which was the United States of America actively joining the second world war, the USAAF began combat operations. The US pilots fought in Western Europe, Africa and Asia, along with other allied air forces. Even so, they were controlled by the Army and were not autonomous.

Regardless of this, the war effort of the pilots and ground crews of the USAAF cannot be downplayed - it was the Air Force that suffered 12% of the overall Army casualties in the war. Also, 36 members of the USAAF received the highest American decoration - the Medal of Honor - for their bravery in face of combat.

After the Second World War, the American Congress, with President Truman decided, that the Air Force should be separated into a standalone branch of the US Military. After some initial planning, President Truman ordered the creation of the Department of the Air Force in 1947, separate from the Army. Since that day, the United States Air Force has taken part in several conflicts around the globe, such as the Korean War, the Vietnam war and Operation Desert Storm. Currently, it’s strength lies with over 5000 aircraft, 450 ICBM’s and nearly 700 thousand personnel, ready to defend their homeland.

Sources: WT Mainpage "War Thunder Nations: The mighty USA" WT forum: "[Special] 68th Anniversary of the U.S. Air Force"

Pages in category "USA air forces"

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