An old model, a new set of pictures and a potentially controversial op-ed comprise this piece on Rudolf Müller's Bf109G-2/R6.
The largest single-day air engagement of the war, simultaneously an RAF tactical loss and strategic victory. Featuring Canadians, Free French and a Tamiya model, I've tried something different in how I've structured this piece, let me know what you think.
This one is a multifaceted Feature Article containing a biography of the pilot, a description of the build and a piece describing the importance of the ground attack role the "Little Friends" played in addition to the bomber escort role they are more widely known for.
Something a little different; a jet for one thing. However, this one is a little lighthearted compared to most and I hope you enjoy it.
The 13th Air Force did not fight the most glamorous of wars, theirs' was a war of ground attack, relentlessly destroying Japanese ground forces and infrastructure. They fought, not from centralized bases closely tied together, but from island bases, spread hundreds of miles apart.
A change in the site structure...
This update brings to life another of the older articles, from around 2005-2006 and tells the story of No.25 Squadron RNZAF in Bougainville in mid 1944...