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This brand new, state-of-the-art-the-art fast bomber made quite the splash in 1937. By the time War came it didn’t seem so blazing fast, but it still capable when well supported. Let’s take a look at one of those weapons that … Continue reading
The Corsair made a huge impact from its earliest appearance in the Pacific. Let’s take a look at one of those first combatants.
I never planned on revisiting this article. But a visitor to this site, ericritter65, asked a question about scale and it just got me to thinking I had never really shown how big any of these subjects are in real … Continue reading
The most effective version of Sherman against German heavy armor was a British modification. Let’s take a look at the Firefly.
Just a quick comment. Its been a week with no new finishes, say it ain’t so! Well, my wife and I were out of town visiting family for five days; even during a pandemic, life happens… Obviously I can post … Continue reading
An odd, improvised weapon that had serious anti-tank ability. Let’s take a look at a sort of quasi-Tiger.
Air Raid, Pearl Harbor! Obviously the most famous Japanese fighter of World War II. The US military was abruptly introduced to the type on December 7, 1941. Let’s take a look at a participant in that attack.
This book is really a fascinating look at the competition among the top pilots of the 5th Air Force. I would guess most visitors to this site know that the top two American Aces of World War II came from … Continue reading
Love that catchy title! Truck nomenclature is definitely a bit odd. But of course, trucks themselves are hugely important in any modern military.