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Mil Mi-24D 1/48 Revell/Monogramm

The Revell/Monogram cockpit is badly researched, so due to this factI chose the Pavla aftermarket resin cockpit . An overall re-scribing was needed because the kit came from 1986 and doesn’t include any engraving. It was very easy to handle this[...]

C-31A “Troopship”(F-27 Fokker Friendship) US Army

In December of 1985, the U.S. Army Parachute Team, the Golden Knights, leased two F-27-400M Friendship aircraft from the Dutch aeronautical firm, Fokker. The two planes were to replace the team's aging fleet of YC-7A Caribou, which had served th[...]

On This Day…January 4th

I’ve posted several photos of soldiers and airmen with their pets and mascots, but this one seems somehow special. This photo of a GI (535th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion, 99th Infantry Division) waking up to be greeted by his pal captures t[...]

Silent film of Albatros production for all of you WnW fans.

Youtube has another neat film short done in Germany during the Great War. Showing some very involved manufacture of Albatros aircraft...from wood stock selection to final finish.

LAV-25 USMC

Hi guys, more then one year ago I posted a request of information about colors of the tank crew. Well after two years I finished the LAV-25 USMC. It's a Trumpeter model 1/72 scale. I made a little diorama with a Black Dog's vignette. Bye

2018 review

Decided on a group shot, except for the Big E, and Hawk 75. Hope that this year is smooth sailing for everyone!

On This Day…January 3rd

On the 3rd January, 1943, Staff Sgt Alan Magee (Ball Turret Gunner) pictured below, was blown out of his B-17 (named, 'Snap! Crackle! Pop!') at 22,000 feet after it was hit by flack. Without a parachute, Magee thought his time was up and before [...]

The New Year kiss of death on my 2019 modeling plans…

Other than completing the following builds (gosh, I’m sorry, Paul and Jaime - I will bring these Group Builds home, I promise)... ...I’m hoping to complete on this lot. I have a grand plan to try and take a more disciplined approach to th[...]

Hasegawa F-22 Egg Plane

Hasegawa F-22 Egg Plane. I built this little gem for my five year old grandson, Reader. He’s getting ready to welcome a new little brother into the world and I didn’t want him to feel left out in the hustle and bustle of all the excitement. Th[...]

Spitfire! 1/48 F Mk. 24

This is my stab at the last of the Spitfires, the mighty F Mk. 24 via the Airfix 1/48 kit. Inspired by the version at Duxford, this depicts VN318 from No. 80 Squadron based in Hong Kong, circa 1955. 1996 is the year stamped on the inside of t[...]