Here is the historic background to the model by Tom Cleaver:
Red Wrath was the personal mount of Lt. Colonel Clinton "Fearless" True, Group Commander of the 345th BG. Aircrew viewed him as "hard," but someone who never [...]
This is a B25 from the 34th bombardment squadron in 1941, according to Airfix. I was surprised to see how small the B25 actually is.
Painted with AK interactive and Ammo Mig acrylics. Panel line wash also by Ammo Mig. Someone posted a [...]
This is the new mold Airfix kit that came out in 2018. I built it straight from the box and finished it with the kit supplied decals for the 23rd AS squadron in 1942. This unit was based in Tampa, FL and made deployments to Cuba, [...]
The 498th Bombardment Squadron was first organized at Columbia Army Air Base, South Carolina, in September 1942, as one of the four original squadrons of the 345th Bombardment Group. Upon finishing training with B-25 Mitchells, the [...]
Recently completed Revell 1/48th B-25J for my D-Day scheme. Added a pre-assembly photo (pic2) and some maintenance equipment from some other kits. Overall the model is well detailed with some trouble spots. The nose, wings and the engine [...]
What became the B-25 Mitchell medium bomber originated in a 1938 Army Air Corps proposal for a twin-engine medium bomber. The February 1938 proposal from North American aviation was accepted and followed by the production of the NA-40 [...]
Once upon a time, when I was in elementary school, my favorite game was a strategy board game called Hell in the Pacific. Each player took the role of an air force commander and tried to destroy the enemy fleet, primarily aircraft [...]
The model was made from the HK kit. With minimal renovation. I used the figures ICM, Tamiya, Black Dog, for my walnut frame. JEEP is Tamiya's set.