Wingnut Wings Potpourri
January 4, 2015 in Aviation
I’m pondering whether I should invest the enormous amount of time that would required to build the Wingnut Wings Felixstowe F.2a. I imagine I will eventually succumb to the temptation. After all, as this collection shows, I have been quite unable to resist the Wingnut Wings siren song in the past. I mean, those Kiwis have a lot to answer for if you ask me 😉
Albatross D.V, Eduard Ritter von Scheich, Jasta 21, September 1917.
Fokker D.VII (Alb), Richard Kraut, Jasta 63, October 1918.
RAF SE.5a ‘Hisso’, 6th Training Squadron, Australian Flying Corps, October 1918.
Sopwith Snipe, Thomas Charles Baker, 4 Squadron, Australian Flying Corps, late 1918.
Thomas Baker was a bank clerk from South Australia. He was credited with twelve victories, but was shot down by a Fokker D.VII and killed six days before the Armistice.
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