So far two of the Brit planes in this thread were also adopted by US forces - the breathtakingly beautiful Mossie and the effective Harrier.
Mossie in US service
Factsheets : De Havilland DH 98 Mosquito
Harrier in the Natl. Museum of the USMC:
The Bristol Beaufighters were used by the U.S. as well.
I particularly like the long nose, torpedo bomber version, probably the TF.X.
Don't forget the Spits, too were used by the U.S. Forces.
The Beaufighter is another good looking plane.
I like the 'cab forward' design (for lack of better words).
Coastal Command Beaufighters making mincemeat of a German vessel:
Those Beaufighters were in ETO, notice the Invasion Stripes.
They were very effective weapon against ships.
At the PTO, the Australians frequently used them to attack Japanese ships.
Again, they had many variations.
I have to add another one of my favorites on this thread.
The Bear, TU-95.
These things are just massive and loud, one of the symbols of The Cold War.
Although not strictly a military airframe the trophy racer Supermarine Sb6 was a gorgeous aircraft built for speed.
More trophy racing aircraft on the link below:
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This has always been my favourite since a lad.for me Syndey Camm was simply the best...........The Hawker Typhoon/Tempest............