Phorever a legend. May 27th 1958, the McDonnell Aircraft (later McDonnell Douglas) F-4 Phantom II naval interceptor made its first flight.
Designed as a carrier aircraft to defend the fleet against Soviet supersonic bombers, the design co[...]
Hey chaps, just thought I would post a recent commission, a long time since I completed anything! A bit of a departure for me, this being my first 'American' build, but as a Coastal Command version. A lovely kit and painting a white scheme is re[...]
Louis Gardner was kind enough to put up with Joe Caputo and me for an entire day that turned into quite a memorable one. The tour of the American Aero Services shop in New Smyrna Beach, FL, was the icing on the cake, but most important was meet[...]
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[...]
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[...]
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[...]
Hello! Here's my newest completion, the Academy B-24M Liberator. Finished with metal foil on all surfaces.
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[...]