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Family, Friends, Food, Florida and Flying but not necessarily in that order…..

Today I had the pleasure of meeting with Jaime Carreon and Joe Caputo (fellow Imodelers) for the very first time in person. The misses and I headed to New Smyrna today with Jaime and Joe............ The first stop was a great visit at American[...]

On This Day …November 20th.

B-24 Liberator (serial number 41-28853) of the 465th Bomb Group, 15th Air Force explodes in mid-air over Blechammer (Chemical forced labor plant in South Poland) as a result of two direct AAA hits. 20 November 1944. Quite unbelievably six crew m[...]

On This Day…November 18th.

Recovery of a crashed aircraft in Billington, Huron County, Ontario on 18th November 1943. There are few details of this event, my own thoughts are it’s the remains of an early Siskin of the Royal Canadian Air Force; be very pleased to hear any[...]

On This Day…October 13th

October 13th 1944... Crew of a PBY Catalina rescue Sgt James Latta and Sgt Willis Morlan out of the Adriatic after being forced to bail from their B-24H Liberator after a raid on Vienna, Austria. Crew of the USS Wasp (originally named the Or[...]

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[...]

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.

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[...]

1/48 Monogram B-24H (Converted from J) German Captured “Sunshine”

Ever since I have been a little boy I was infatuated with captured aircraft whether it was for the good or bad of the United States. This plane would be my first captured aircraft that I have built, I chose this one for many reasons, the story b[...]

B-24J Liberator “Kentucky Belle” 1/48

This is one of my more recent planes and is my first airbrushed plane. I do not think this is the best plane I have done yet but It came out decent as compared to my first ever built plane. The things I loved about this plane is the interior w[...]