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On This Day…December 4th.

A ‘Kate’ B6N2 torpedo bomber explodes in mid-air after direct hit from carrier USS Yorktown, off Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, 4 Dec 1943. Photo taken from the aft flight deck of the Yorktown by Photographer’s Mate Alfred N. Cooperman. Apparentl[...]

On This Day…November 25th

The prototype Martin B-26 Marauder (M40-1361) took off today on its maiden flight on 25 November 1940. The results of two Kamikaze attacks on 25th November, 1944 on the USS Intrepid (CV-11). The attacks killed 66 men and the second photo show[...]

Airfix 1/72 – Mosquito FB VI

The RAF WWII 'wooden wonder' here in a 1970's kit. It depicts a plane from the 487th Squadron, in Operation Jericho, Amiens 18 Feb 1944. more in: Made from wood, this plane has litle panel lines and/or rivets but, based on some photos, I did so[...]

Diorama “Achtung Mosquito !” , Tamiya Kit 1:32

Hi friends, after a year of construction I finished a diorama with Tamiya Mosquito in Scale 1:32 I try to portray my dioramas historically. In this case I have 8 books with photos of WW II helped ... Have fun ...

In Box review and Comparison of Revell and Tamiya de Havilland Mosquito B. MK IV

As progress of the RAF GB continues on and the October reveal now would you believe less than 2 months away. I have 4 projects on going with 2 completed and the other 2 coming along nicely. With some time left to build a 5th model in wh[...]

1/48 Tamiya Mosquito

Hi All, The Mosquito is my favorite aircraft and I would love to be able to get behind the stick some day. I won't be able to add much to all the things said about this Tamiya kit other than it was a pleasure to build, very smooth. I used Cutt[...]

BAFO Mosquito

Yep I'm still here, just short of 'bench time' because we've been moving house (again !! - four times in six years including the move down here to NZ). So here's my first project since the move. Even though it's a Tamiya kit, I really took my t[...]

Flying artillery! The Mosquito XVIII TseTse in 1/48

Airfix's 1/48 kit of the Mosquito FB VI converted to a Mk XVIII 'Molins' 57mm sub hunter. The main gun was a standard British Army 6 pounder anti-tank gun, fitted with an auto loader and could fire 25 rounds in 20 seconds! The .303 machine gu[...]

Bomber Command Mosquito B.IV

This is the second Tamiya 1/48th scale Mosquito I built when they were first released. The first one I built was the FB Mk VI version. This is the Tamiya Mosquito B Mk.IV released in 1999. Painted with Aeromaster acrylic paint. The decals were s[...]

Banff Strike Wing Mosquito.

This is the Tamiya 1/48th scale FB Mk.VI Mosquito. I made both the FB Mk VI, and the B Mk IV when they were first released. The FB Mk VI was released way back in 1998. It is painted with Aeromaster acrylic. The decals are from Aeromaster Set 48-[...]