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On This Day…May 17th.

The crew of the B-17 Flying Fortress ‘Memphis Belle’ is shown at an air base in England after completing 25 missions over enemy territory on May 17, 1943. They are, left to right: Tech. Sgt. Harold P. Loch of Green Bay, Wis., (top turret[...]

On This Day…May 15th.

Squadron Leader Edward ‘Jack’ Charles (commander of No 611 Squadron) chalks up the Biggin Hill Sector’s 1,000th downed enemy aircraft, following a successful sweep over Normandy on 15th of May, 1943. Charles shot down two FW190s, while th[...]

Hasegawa 1/48 Hurricane Mk. IID

The Hawker Hurricane was surely the backbone of RAF fighter command in WW11... though it never received it's rightful place in history, it served with distinction from the Battle of Britain, where it was flown with great expertise by the likes[...]

Canadian Car Foundry – Hawker Hurricane

I built this Hurricane from old Airfix 1/24 scale kit. Painting is most likely the natural finish it had at factory before delivery to RAF.

Hawker Hurricane MK I 56th Squadron,BoB

Hasegawa 1/48 kit,easy building,hope you like it...

Project Complete: 1/32 FLY Hawker Hurricane IIc. in Royal Indian Air Force Markings (BURMA)

I was asked to build this Hurricane as a commissioned build for a good friend. I recently posted a build report on Imodeler last week for those who are interested. Here is the link: My experience building this FLY kit was "so-so". This is p[...]

Farewell Review: This was the last project on my workbench

Thank You everyone for your kind farewell words. I will leave you with this build review I wrote a few weeks ago. It is the FLY 1/32 Hawker Hurricane Mk. IIc. It will be finished in Royal India Air Force markings while operating in the Burma [...]

RAF 100 Group Build: Hawker Hurricane Mk 1. Willie McKnight, No. 242 Sqn. Airfix 1/48. Where was the RAF at Dunkirk? (Part Two).

Blitzkrieg was a term the Wermacht never officially adopted, probably because Hitler thought it ‘idiotic’ in its simplicity. The view of the Nazi regime was that they were simply reaping the dividends of Germany’s superior industrial and technol[...]

100 Years of the RAF, 56 Squadron mid 1939, Hawker Hurricane Mk I, 1/48 Airfix new tool

This one should have been posted last night as a part of the 1930's decade.......... but I didn't get around to posting it. I had a lot of fun building this one. It's the new tool Airfix Hurricane, and it is a really sweet kit to build. The[...]

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 [...]