A North American A-36 Apache starts up and departs Airventure 2012. That is a beutifully restored warbird. The A-36 was powered by the Allison V-1710-87 engine, which provided more power at low altitude – peaking at 1,325hp at 3,000 feet.
Great Britain employed railway-mounted guns that were capable of firing across the English Channel between the areas around Dover and Calais. Britain employed three 13.5-inch (342.9 mm) railway mounted guns on the East Kent Light Railway, located around Lydden and Shepherdswell. These were...read more
On this video, we get to see and hear the actual full length footage of this exciting firearm, without music playing in the background or special effects/cuts ruining the footage. The showcase is fantastic and slow motion footage are great.
The STG44 was debuted on the battlefield in...read more
The Jagdpanther was one of the most powerful tank destroyer of World War II. It carried a powerful anti-tank cannon mounted on a Panther chassis capable of easily piercing any Allied armor, front or rear, and causing massive damage.
The Jagdpanther was essentially a Panther tank that had...read more
Mörser Karl-Gerät was a World War II German self-propelled siege mortar designed and built by Rheinmetall. It was meant to be behind front lines by a couple miles and expel huge shells to bunkers and buildings to get the enemy out. The Karl-Gerät was a very accurate vehicle, accurate enough...read more
In spite of the Me-110s early obsolescence as a day air superiority fighter, the aircraft soldiered on throughout the Second World War. In particular, the Me-110 served as a highly effective night fighter and also saw extensive duty as a ground attack fighter-bomber.
This FlugWerk Fw190A-8/N replica was assembled for Rudy Frasca by Matt Nightingale. It is an extremely well built aircraft with great attention to detail. It has parts from original factory, the airframe carries a Focke Wulf serial number. Sounds beautiful with the PW-R2800 installed under the...read more
The biggest warship of World War II and the world's largest battleship. Yamato was designed around the idea that an individual ship could have superiority over any battleship of a potential enemy. Her main guns had overwhelming firepower. The ship maintained a very high level of survivability...read more