Here are the last albums from the, now unfortunately defunct, Military Museum of Southern New England, that used to be located in Danbury, CT. The albums are
Ba-64 and M8 Greyhound armored cars, SdKfz 302 Goliath demolition vehicle and a 10cm Nebelwerfer 35 mortar.
Here are four artillery pieces from four different countries and three continents. From Auckland, NZ comes the
British RML 7″ 7-ton Coast Defense Gun displayed near Auckland War Memorial Museum, from Paris, France we’ve added the French 75mm Mle 1897 Field Gun located in Musée de l’Armée, from US here is the US 81mm M1 Mortar from now defunct Military Museum of Southern New England in Danbury, CT and finally from Canada – British Q.F. 40 mm Mk.1 Bofors Anti-Aircraft Gun at Fort Rodd-Hill in Esquimalt.
Here are for more albums from the National Museum of the USAF. Today we’ve added the photos of
Douglas RB-66B Destroyer, Douglas VC-118 “Independence”, McDonnell XF-85 Goblin and a Mark 7 Nuclear Bomb.
In parallel with the photos from National Museum of the USAF we will start posting the photos of from various Hollister Air Shows. Today, here three walkarounds from the
Hollister Air Show 2012 – Naval Aircraft Factory N3N-3 Canary, Aero Vodochody L-29 Delfin and Marsh Aviation S-2F3AT Turbo Tracker.
Here are four different naval themed albums. Two of them are from Wilmington, NC –
USS North Carolina BB-55 and USCGS Diligence WMEC-616, while the other two are from Pearl Harbor, HI – Submarine Museum and Poseidon C3 SLBM.
We have a large collection of the walkarounds from the National Museum of the USAF that were taken during a visit two years ago, so we’ll start posting them here and there. Here is the first set –
Fokker D.VII, Northop P-61C Black Widow, General Dynamics EF-111A Raven and Northrop SM-62 Snark.
Here are four new softskin vehicle walkarounds –
GMC CCKW-352 photographed at Fort MacArthur in San Pedro, CA, as well as three vehicles photographed at the MVCC Camp Delta annual events – Steyr-Daimler-Puch Pinzgauer 712, M422A1 Mighty Mite and Dodge WC14.
Here are last two aircraft from MCAS Miramar 2015 airshow –
Beechcraft UC-12W Huron and AAI RQ-7A Shadow with Launcher, as well as two aircraft from Mojave airport open house – Convair CV-990 Coronado and Saab J-35S Draken.
Here are three Canadian wheeled armored vehicles photographed at the last year’s
Aquino Tank Weekend 2017. They are from the same AVGP family of vehicles – Cougar fire support vehicle, Grizzly APC and Husky recovery vehicle.
Here are four different artillery pieces – the
US 13″ Mortar from White Point Gardens in Charleston, SC, the British 1″ Nordenfelt gun photographed in the Tower of London, the 4.7″ Armstrong Coast Defense Gun currently residing in Newport, RI and the Nebelwerfer 41 15-cm photographed during an even in Richmond, CA.
Getting back into our regular update schedule after a holiday break, here are four more aircraft from MCAS Miramar 2015 Air Show. We’ve added the photos of
Boeing EA-18G Growler, McDonnell Douglas RF-4B Phantom, Border Patrol Sikorsky UH-60A Blackhawk and Mitsubishi Mu-2 Marquise.
Here are four different subjects from the MCAS Miramar 2015 Air Show. They are
M50 Ontos tank destroyer, Seaark Dauntless 34 patrol boat, US Navy Seal Combat Boat and Oshkosh AMK25A1 Truck.
Here is a new series of photos, this one is from
MCAS Miramar Air Show 2015. We’ve added the albums for three aircraft – NASA’s McDonnell Douglas F-15D Eagle, US Navy’s McDonnell Douglas T-45C Goshawk and a rare Messerschmidt Me-108D-1 Trop.
Here are two aircraft walkarounds from Boeing’s Payne Field in Everett, WA –
Beechcraft Starship 2000A and Boeing 747 Dreamlifter, as well as two more walkarounds done in Mojave airport – Sawyer Skyjacker II and North American F-100 Super Sabre.
Here are last four walkarounds from the Flying Heritage Collection in Everett, WA. They are
Focke-Wulf Fw 190A5, Fieseler Fi-103R Reichenberg, Feiseler Fi-156 Storch and Sakae 12 Engine.
Here are three albums made in Pearl Harbor at the
USS Bowfin Park. We’ve posted the photos of the USS Bowfin SS-287 itself, the 5″/25 Mark 17 Gun photographed on board the submarine and the SRC-15 Submarine Rescue Chamber photographed at the park.