The 100 Years of the RAF Channel at iModeler

BP Defiant 151 Squadron,FEB 1941, Airfix 1/72 new tool, 100yrs RAF.

What a gem of a kit! Built straight out of the box, Modelmasters flat black, with a coat of clear gloss. Using the decals of 151 Squadron, RAF Wittering , Cambrigdeshire, England, Feb. 1941. I don't think it's an ugly design at all, they said th[...]

100 Years of the RAF, 56 Squadron, cira 1942, Hawker Typhoon MK-IA, Hasegawa 1/48

My entry in the RAF Group build includes this Hawker Typhoon from Hasegawa. This aircraft began with some troublesome shortcomings but was given the go ahead using the improved Saber IIA engine. The risks were considered reasonable since it was [...]

1/72 Armstrong-Whitworth Whitley GR.VII, RAF100 Group Build.

This is the new Airfix kit built as an ASW aircraft from 502 (Ulster) Squadron. This particular Whitley was credited with the first successful attack and sinking of a u-boat using airborne search radar. On 30 November 1941, the crew found U-20[...]

Miles Magister Mk 1, L5916, CFS aerobatic team RAF, Upavon Wiltshire England 1937.

1/72 RS models, with LS models conversion and decals, finished in Revell, Xtra color, MM and other enamels with Klear over LS and kit decals, built for the RAF 100 GB, more details there!

100 Years of the RAF, No. 19 Squadron circa August 1938, Duxford, UK 1/48 Airfix Spitfire Mk I “early”

This is my second build for the 1930's decade as part of the 100 Years of the RAF (there is yet another 1930's Hurricane Mk I to follow). When I saw that Airfix had released this kit which would build up a very early Spitfire with a two blade W[...]

100 Years of the RAF, 73 Squadron circa 1938 Hawker Hurricane Mk I “early”, Classic Airframes 1/48

The time is upon us to reveal our 1930's aircraft from the RAF. This is my first reveal from the 100 Years of the RAF Group Build. I have two more to go from this decade. This model is the older Classic Airframes kit in 1/48 scale, and [...]

100 years of the RAF in miniature

The mossie is 1/24 The Meteor, 74 Squ Phantom, Hunter, Mitchell, and Lightning is 1/32 The rest are all 1/48 Not a comprehensive list, but some favorites all the same.