Here are a few P-47 Thunderbolt profiles which were created for a commission and for the book Squadrons! No. 23 – The republic Thunderbolt Mk II by Phil Listemann.
This A-20G transferred from the US Army Air Force to the Royal Australian Air Force’s No 22 Squadron was based on Noemfoor Island in October 1944. Douglas Boston Mk III A28-13 of No 22 Squadron RAAF in Port Moresby, late 1942. Douglas Boston Mk III A28-9 flown by Squadron Leader Charles Learmonth, No 22 Squadron RAAF, […]
This VF-41 Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat flown by Lt(jg) “Windy” Shields took part in Operation Torch, the landings in North Africa in November 1942. The aircraft was based on the USS Ranger, and received a yellow ring around the US roundel for better recognition.
These profiles were part of a series of Boeing Fortress profiles created for the book “Squadrons! No.21: The Boeing Fortress Mk II & Mk III” by Phil Listemann.
Terry Pappas became an US Air Force pilot in 1971 and went on to fly the legendary Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird, and later flew for NASA. He has over 10,000 flying hours. Terry retired from NASA in Oct 2011 and now lives in Houston, Texas. This SR-71A, serial number 61-7975, was the aircraft flown by Terry Pappas and […]
After a landing accident in Arizona in July 2017, Spitfire Mk Vb JG891 was shipped to England and flew again on July 6. She is currently decorated as JK879, a No 249 Squadron aircraft flown from Malta by Flt Sgt John G. “Jack” Hughes (RCAF).
I’m currently working on something rather different from my usual material: the Extra EA-330SC, although this might eventually be modified to become the EA-330LT two-seater. I haven’t decided yet which version I prefer. What do you think: does the single-seater look better than the twin-seater Extra EA-300/330?
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Two new shirt designs have been added to the Warbird Shirts shop : a P-40F Warhawk of the famous Free French GC II/5 “La Fayette” fighter group with the Sioux head emblem, and the B-24 Liberator “Hot Stuff”, the first 8th Air Force bomber to survive 25 combat missions in World War II. Enjoy a […]
One of the most elegant aircraft ever built, the DH.88 Comet is notably famous for winning the 1934 McRobertson air race from London to Melbourne. Three Comets entered the race, which was won by Charles Scott and Tom Campbell Black in G-ACSS, painted red and nicknamed “Grosvenor House”. Jim Mollison and his wife Amy (born […]