This film trailer FALLEN EAGLE is a sneak preview of the final film that is underway - soon be be released. See the film and travel with him in this tense action packed WW2 footage from the German front lines.
They had 3x Spitfire – 1x Messerschmitt Bf 109 – tanks and around 200 troops...read more
Throwback Thursday at NACM: Last year at this time, the Restoration Shop was in overdrive. When the cast and crew of the film "Fury" made plans to hold an exclusive premiere for the Armor School, the Museum was asked to provide vehicles for display, including a German tank. The panzer selected...read more
A 100-year old WWII pilot visiting a colorado air museum found the old P-38 Lightning he flew in the South Pacific... the chance encounter is military history in and of itself, but now the old pilot wants one more trip to the cockpit of his old ship that saved his life during the war.
The Solomon Islands campaign was the first major amphibious landing of World War II mounted by America; and was the first major Allied offensive against Imperial Japan. It was the scene of bitter fighting between US and Japanese forces. It was also an campaign of...read more
Panzer Farm bring us amazing images of a German Sd Kfz. Ausf. 7 pulled from the rver in (Poland). The Sd.Kfz. 7 was a half-track military vehicle used by the German Wehrmacht, Luftwaffe and Waffen-SS and other armies during the World War II.
The use of half-tracked prime movers for...read more
German light armored halftrack SdKfz 250 Ausf “Neu” was recovered from Pilica river near Górki village (Poland) by The Museum of Military Technology in Chrcynno. The late war version (“Neu” = new) was used in a variety of roles, including an armored scout vehicle, personnel carrier, prime mover...read more
The opening phases of Operation Barbarossa, the German invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941, brought a large quantity of captured war materiel into into the German armoury. So many Soviet anti-aircraft guns were captured and were taken into the German Inventory....read more
The December 1954 edition of Air Trails magazine, a mere decade past the end of World War II, did a short feature on 11 of the Japanese Air Force's most important airplanes. Description and role for each model is brief.
As remarked in the previous installment, the highly...read more
From the Armor and Cavalry Restoration on Fort Benning, Georgia this is Tank Talk with Len Dyer: Part 2 "American and German WWII Tanks". See American and German tanks from the WWII era, including the M3 Stuart and Panzer III, and how each side impacted the other in tank design throughout the...read more