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.
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 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.
Here are four different overviews of the museums and events that accumulated recently and have no attached walkarounds to them. The two event overviews are
Tankfest Northwest 2015 that went on at Flying Heritage Collection in Everett, WA and Mojave Airport Open House 2013. The two museum overviews are USS Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor, HI and Fly’N’ Wheels automotive museum in Torrance, CA.
Here is a new series of photos from Paul Allen’s
Flying Heritage Collection in Everett, WA. We’ve added the walkarounds of Curtiss JN-4D Jenny, Hawker Hurricane Mk.XII and Ilyushin Il-2M3 Shturmovik.
Here is a set of photos taken at
Fort Hancock in NJ. We’ve posted the photos of the remains of the coast defense batteries from there as well as US 6in Model 1900 coast defense gun and MIM-3 Nike Ajax missile on display at the fort grounds.
Today’s naval update brings us the photos of
USS Midway (CV-41) from San Diego, CA, Clipper Cutty Sark and National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, UK, as well as Mallard II Dredge from Don Edwards Wildlife Refuge in Fremont, CA
Today’s artillery post is about US artillery photographed at the
South Carolina Military Museum in Columbia, SC. The artillery pieces are a US 6-pdr Battalion Gun, a US 3″ Ordinance Rifle, a US 3″ Model 1905 Field Gun and a US 3″ M1897A2 Field Gun.
Started a new series of photos from the
March Field Air Museum in Riverside, CA. The new walkarounds from there are Folland Gnat F.1, Consolidated PT-6A and Martin EB-57B Canberra.
We’ve started posting another series of walkarounds, this one is from the
Museum of Transport and Technology in Auckland, New Zealand. We’ve posted the photos of Douglas A-4K Skyhawk, Avro Lancaster B Mk.VII and de Havilland DH.89A Dragon Rapide.
Starting to post a large series of walkarounds from the
National Air & Space Museum – Udvar-Hazy Center, the other half of the Smithsonian located near the Dulles Airport. Today we’ve added the photos of Space Shuttle OV-103 Discovery, Cauldron G.4 and Curtiss F9C-2 Sparrowhawk.
Here is another series of photos from the recent trip to Australia, this time from a somewhat misnamed
Australian National Aviation Museum. It’s misnamed because it’s not really the official “national” museum of Australia, but rather a medium sized private museum that grabbed a loud name in the hopes of attracting visitors. This leads to a disappointment when you actually get there… But none the less where are three albums from there – DAP Mk.21 Beaufighter, Dassault Mirage III-O and Bristol 170 Freighter Mk 31.
Updated the artillery section by adding three new albums photographed at
Musée de l’Armée in Paris. We’ve added the photos of the French Canon de 75 modèle 1897, the US 105mm M2A2 Field Gun and the US M2 60mm Mortar.
A new set of photos taken at the
RAAF Museum at Point Cook during the recent trip to Australia. We’ve added the albums with the photos of the CAC Boomerang CA-12, Farman Shorthorn and Supermarine Seagull Mk.V.