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.
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...
Early on the morning of 7 April the 15th and 21st Groups were poised ready for the signal to start engines. The briefings of the day before and that morning had everyone eager to get the operation underway...