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Continuing the theme of ludicrous looking AFVs, the Soviet KV-2 was an early War monster. Let’s take a look at another tank who’s design aesthetic was inspired by Warner Brothers.
475 mph. That is highest maximum level speed recorded by any American combat aircraft in World War II. Obviously a Mustang, right? Or maybe a Bearcat if we stretch the definition of World War II combat types?
Some AFVs look like something right out of Looney Toons, perhaps none more so than the German Sturmtiger. Let’s take a look at an armored monster.
Perhaps the best known Japanese bomber of World War II, the Betty was a modern and dangerous weapon in use from the very start of the Pacific War. Let’s take a look at an early Betty, from a very famous … Continue reading
The biggest and most capable American tank of World War II was almost too late for action. Let’s look at one that did see use at the tail end of things.
I haven’t done any book reviews for a while. Since retirement I’ve been going full blast on building models even to the extent I’m reading less. Well, a little less. And I suppose that means I’ve been writing here as much as … Continue reading
Apparently my wife likes this picture?
When Greece was drawn into World War II by Italy’s attack in October of 1940 they put up an unexpectedly stout resistance. Let’s look at one of the aerial defenders.
Something has to be the smallest model in my collection. As of today, there’s no doubt what it is. Let’s take a look at motorbike in the German Army.
Even after retirement from fleet carriers the SBD continued to provide service to the end of the War. Let’s take a look at an example in Marine service in the later phase of the type’s career.