These are some photos of the presentation of the restoration made by the reenactment group #recon25 in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain! The gun was in a ver very bad shape, full of holes and rust... and now is just like if it has just came yesterday from factories in...read more
The Yak-3 is arguably one of the best Soviet fighter aircraft that saw service during World War Two. This video captures Graeme Frew's display routine in his Yak-3 fighter at the New Zealand Warbirds Association airshow at Ardmore Aerodrome (Auckland, New Zealand) in June 2014. The aircraft is...read more
The Pz. 38(t) was produced into 1942, far after being obsolete, and compared to Pz. III's, they were quite inferior in all parts except fuel consumption and profile size. They were only useful in the invasions of Poland and France for use as a MBT (even though such doctrine didn't exist at that...read more
The Panther had an excellent combination of firepower, mobility, and protection. The Panther proved to be deadly in open country and long range engagements against tanks like the T-34, but vulnerable in close quarters combat.
The T-34-85, aside from the enlarged turret ring for the new turret, used the same T-34 hull design. Armor was still about 45 mm thick, sloped at 60 degrees for a 90 mm effective thickness. The Christie suspension was retained, as well as the diesel engine. However, the biggest difference in...read more
This aircraft registered to and operated by the American Airpower Heritage Fly Museum crashed in 2003 when was en route to an air show and was making a refueling stop at Cheyenne airport, WY (USA). This aircraft wasn't an authentic warbird and was never involved in World War II. It was one of...read more
It's an amazing walkaround thanks to Allen Benzing. He was nice enough to give us a detailed walkaround of the B-24 'Diamond Lil. This B-24 is very beautiful and is of the first LB-30 models, with the stubby nose and chunky fuselage. This B-24 is one of only two still flying in the world. The...read more
"Hummel" engineered by Alkett (Altmärkische Kettenwerk GmbH), assembled 1944 by German Iron Works Duisburg, crew of 7, 12 cylinder Maybach HL 120, 220 kw (295 hp), 15 centimeter (150 mm) howitzer, 12 km cannon range; initially a stop gap howitzer, it was so successful that it was manufactured...read more