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 on: October 04, 2015, 12:26:59 PM 
Started by Aleksander - Last post by tiger142
hi Alexander , i can t hardly wait to see the MK XIVc  ready  Grin  i can t belive that your spit´s are in 1:48 they look like Tamiya´s 1:32 .
i must make pics of my warbird s  to post it here ,i only built in 1:32 just in time i built  Revell Heinkel HE 219 !

Kai  Cool

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 on: September 26, 2015, 02:32:18 PM 
Started by pampa14 - Last post by pampa14

During World War II, the practice of customizing aircraft with drawings and pin ups reached the maximum creativity. I share with you some of the most curious nose arts created by the crews of B-25 Mitchell bombers. To see them, visit the link below:


http://aviacaoemfloripa.blogspot.com.br/2011/01/b-25-mitchell-e-suas-nose-arts.html


Best Regards.

 83 
 on: September 21, 2015, 04:44:44 PM 
Started by Aleksander - Last post by Aleksander
Thank you, @tiger142, another Spitfire is about to be ready! This time - Academy Mk XIVc
Hope to show her ready soon.




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 on: September 20, 2015, 03:30:12 PM 
Started by Aleksander - Last post by tiger142
hi Alexander , nice collection my favorite is the spitfire mk 5 b c unit code "up  + t" the white colors on tail,spinner and gun ´s are wounderful brilliant paint job , thank you for the pictures

Kai

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 on: September 20, 2015, 02:13:53 PM 
Started by pampa14 - Last post by pampa14

I share with you some rare pictures (in color and w/b) of fighters Lockheed P-38 Lightnings captured and with German and Italian markings during World War II. Does anyone know how many were captured and how they came to Europe once they have been used in the Pacific? To view the photos visit the link below:


http://aviacaoemfloripa.blogspot.com.br/2011/02/p-38-lightning-capturados.html


Best Regards.

 86 
 on: September 12, 2015, 02:58:01 PM 
Started by pampa14 - Last post by pampa14

I share with you some pictures of aircraft applied with camouflage called Barclay. A question, does this camouflage was used operationally or only a test? To see the photos, please visit the link below.


http://aviacaoemfloripa.blogspot.com.br/2011/01/camuflagens-barclay.html


Best Regards.

 87 
 on: August 29, 2015, 04:23:40 PM 
Started by pampa14 - Last post by pampa14

The link below provides a full report and pictures of one of the fastest aircraft of its class, but never went into production. We are talking about the Heinkel He 119. If it had been produced and participated in WW2 its performance would have changed in some way the course of the war? What do you think? Click on the link below and take your own conclusions.


http://aviacaoemfloripa.blogspot.com.br/2011/03/heinkel-he-119.html


Best Regards.

 88 
 on: August 23, 2015, 04:19:51 PM 
Started by pampa14 - Last post by pampa14

I share with you some photos of a Boeing B-17 bomber with an exotic and unusual camouflage. Does anyone know if this plane entered service and what the function of this painting? I count on your visit.


http://aviacaoemfloripa.blogspot.com.br/2011/01/boeing-b-17-flying-fortress-spotted-cow.html


Best Regards.

 89 
 on: August 09, 2015, 03:28:47 PM 
Started by pampa14 - Last post by pampa14

Hi everyone.

The need has promoted an unlikely combination during WW2, a small plane and a heavyweight bomb. We are talking of dH Mosquito and blockbuster bombs used by the Royal Air Force. The link below provides an interesting collection of photos, some of which I had never seen before, this unusual combination. It is worth visiting and I hope you enjoy.


http://aviacaoemfloripa.blogspot.com.br/2011/02/mosquitos-e-as-bombas-de-4000-libras.html


Best Regards.

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 on: August 01, 2015, 03:15:07 PM 
Started by pampa14 - Last post by pampa14

One of the main and most important Allied bombers, the B-17 was sparked interest and greed target of Germans and Japanese during WW2. Inevitably some planes were captured and tested by the enemy. I share with you the link below that has some photos of these planes, some rare, with German and Japanese markings. To see the photos, visit the link below:


http://aviacaoemfloripa.blogspot.com.br/2011/02/fortalezas-voadoras-capturadas.html


Best Regards.

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