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Tag Archives: World War II
Grumman’s entry into the “heavy fighter” sweepstakes was destined to never advance beyond the prototype stage. But its not an easy thing to dismiss it as a failed design. Let’s take a look at an interesting design; in particular WHY … Continue reading
The main Italian fighter in service at the start of World War II was definitely more the ultimate expression of a past era than anything modern. Let’s take a look.
The float version of the Zero was perhaps the most successful floatplane fighter ever built. This will also be the mildest sort of “hypothetical” build I can even imagine. The aircraft is real, its service by unit and location are … Continue reading
An example of a less than fully successful concept, the Defiant was one of the first generation of fighters that Great Britain had on entering World War II. Let’s look an interesting idea that never fulfilled its promise.
Germany’s famous, and very heavy Tiger tank entered production Summer of 1942. Time for a quick look at one of the very first to see combat.
The US Navy pushed through a last generation of “modern” biplane fighters when most other air arms were switching to monoplanes. Let’s take a look at the ultimate expression of a passing era.
Lockheed’s big Lightning first came to prominence late in the North Africa campaign. Let’s look at a primary operator of the type.
The Sherman Tank served almost every place the US Army did in World War II. Let’s take another look at the ubiquitous Sherman.
I’ve built another one. I feel like I have a pretty good assortment of fuel trucks at this point! What can we say about this Luftwaffe service vehicle?
Werner Shroer One of the more successful fighter pilots against the Western Allies. Let’s take a look at Werner Shroer who rose from enlisted ranks to high Luftwaffe Command during the War years.