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On This Day…November 7th.

Originally a passenger ship for operating on the Black Sea, the hospital ship 'Armenia' was sunk on 7th November 1941 by a German torpedo armed Heinkel He 111 while evacuating civilians, hospital staff, and wounded soldiers from the Crimea. Even[...]

New 1/32 Liberators

Hobby Boss’s two 1/32 B-24s, much vaunted in recent months and previewed at Nuremberg Toy Fair in February, are now about to hit the hobby shelves. No price confirmed, and no in-box reviews that I can see yet, but I see that pre-orders are now b[...]

1/48 Monogram / ProModeler B-24 D Liberator “Teggie Ann”

Here's another one of my older builds. I am definitely going to have to build a photo light box......... This plane is too big for my current setup, so the quality of photographs are not up to par................ She has some hangar rash and i[...]

Tamiya 1/48 scale DeHavilland Mosquito MK VI

Depiction: 605 squadron / 100 bomber support group. Bradwell Bay Essex England 1943. Pilot Leader: Heath One of the aircraft that is probably on everybody's list of their top favorite aircraft of WWII, and what's not to like. The beautiful sou[...]

B-24M Liberator, Academy 1/72.

Hello! Here's my newest completion, the Academy B-24M Liberator. Finished with metal foil on all surfaces. Sincerely, Vlad.

Collings Foundation B-24 “Witchcraft”

Seeing Tom's photos reminded me of when (as in every winter season), the Colling's birds flock to New Smyrna airport for yearly maintenance. These are just the B-24 photos in her present livery. I also have "Nine-O-Nine" pics and can be seen he[...]

B-24D Liberator

The old 1/48th Monogram kit....went together pretty well (don't even have the wings glued in there - pretty snug fit). Had two different tail turrets, but the set of masks I used weren't very specific as to what went where on the turrets. Canop[...]

1/48 Liberator GR.VI, RAF Coastal Command…

This one goes way back to at least 1978, so I built it at least 36 years ago, when we lived in the City. This is from the Monogram 1/48 B-24J kit. It depicts Consolidated Liberator GR.VI, “O-Orange”, of No. 220 Squadron, RAF Coastal Command, as[...]

Collings Foundation B-24 and B-17 air-to-air back in 1998

These shots of the Collings Foundation B-24 in its "All American" markings and the B-17G "9-0-9", were taken during a tour of Los Angeles in 1998. Sadly, they're the last air-to-air shots photographers are likely to get who aren't working for t[...]

Collings Foundation B-24 “Witchcraft”…

As promised, a few shots of one of the others in the Collings fleet that makes it's annual 'migration' into a nearby nondescript field for maintenance. The remaining aircraft (the B-25 and P-51B), will be combined into one post at a later date/t[...]
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