Here are the last three albums from Reno Air Races 2015. They are North American P-51B Mustang, North American OV-10A Bronco and PZL TS-11 Iskra. And just to round out to the usual four updates here is Pitts S-1S Special from Mojave airport.
Here is the slideshow that shows all of the winners from the 2017 IPMS USA Nationals in Omaha, Nebraska. Big Thanks to John Heck and Randy Ray for doing the slideshow this year.
This is the slide show from the awards presentation. The winners are posted in the reverse order – after the slide with the name of the category next model is the third place winner then second and then first.
Here is the collection of four German Marder tank destroyers from Saumur armor museum. They are SdKfz.135 Marder I, SdKfz.138 Marder 38H, SdKfz.139 Marder III and Geschutzpanzer 39H(f) 7.5cm PaK 40 Hotchkiss (Marder I).
This post is dedicated to one of the most distinctive naval fighters of all time – F-14. We’ve added two walkarounds of the aircraft itself – one of the early production YF-14A Tomcat from March Field Air Museum in Riverside, CA and a regular F-14A Tomcat from USS Hornet in Alameda, CA. We’ve also posted photos of the two weapons used by the F-14 – AIM-9M Sidewinder and AIM-7M Sparrow, both from the F-14 on board the USS Hornet.
Here are four new artillery albums from two different countries. Two guns from the France are the German 7.7cm Feldkanone 96 and the Soviet 120-HM 38 120mm Mortar, both from the Musée de l’Armée in Paris. The two from New Zealand were photographed in Auckland – British 64pdr RML Coast-Defense Gun and Japanese 13.2mm Type 93 Anti-Aircraft Machine Gun from Auckland War Museum.
Here are four different softskin albums from four different countries. From Musee des Blindes in Saumur, France we’ve added the Hanomag ST-100, from MVCC Camp Delta 2012 in California we have the LRDG Jeep, from Batey ha-Osef Museum in Tel-Aviv, Israel comes the M4 High Speed Tractor and finally from “Stalin Line” Museum in Zaslavl’, Belarus comes MKD-2M Pit Digging Machine.
Here are four different artillery pieces from different places in the world. From Batey ha-Osef Museum in Tel Aviv, Israel we have a Soviet S-23 180mm Gun, from Musee des Blindes in Saumur, France we posted a German 2cm Flakvierling 38 Anti-Aircraft Gun, from Sydney, Australia we added the photos of the German 105mm SK/L40 Naval Gun that was removed from the wreck of SMS Emden and finally from Military Museum of Southern New England in Danbury, CT in US comes a US 106mm M40 Recoilless Rifle.