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B-25s Hell's Belles & Hilda
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These are complete B-25s based on TR's B-25C Dragon. By Pen32Win
Posted May 1, 2011 11:18 by Tom Sanford, Tango_Romeo
B-25 'Chatter Box'
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This is a complete aircraft based on TR's B-25C Dragon. By Pen32Win
Posted May 1, 2011 10:18 by Tom Sanford, Tango_Romeo
B-25 Tokyo Sleeper
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This is a completely new B-25 based on TR's B-25C Dragon. By Pen32Win
Posted May 1, 2011 09:18 by Tom Sanford, Tango_Romeo
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Two fictitious paintings for F. Giulli's Fiat G.56: a Regia Aeronautica and a Italian Co Belligerant Air Force.
Posted Apr 28, 2011 04:31 by Pepe Rezende
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The Fiat G.56 was basically a Fiat G.55 with a German Daimler-Benz DB 603 engine. Two G.56 prototypes were built, flight tests starting in March 1944. On 30 March, Commander Valentino Cus reached speeds of 690/700 km/h (430/440 mph). Official maximum speed was 685 km/h (426 mph) and the aircraft was armed with three 20 mm MG 151/20s, one firing through the propeller hub, the other two installed in the wings.
Posted Apr 27, 2011 22:21 by Pepe Rezende
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The Spitfire Mk 21 was the last fighter variant of the aircraft to see service during the Second World War.
Posted Apr 27, 2011 22:20 by Pepe Rezende
Spitfire LF Mk14E
Spitfire LF Mk14E
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Two planes, one British, other Belgian. The Spitfire XIV was a short range medium-high altitude fighter combining the Spitfire Mk VIII airframe with a Rolls-Royce Griffon engine. Production models entering service beginning in February 1945 featured a cut-back rear fuselage and teardrop bubble canopy. Model by AF Scrubb. Adapted by Pepe Rezende
Posted Apr 27, 2011 07:01 by Pepe Rezende
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The Fiat G.55S carry a 920 kg (2,030 lb), 5.46 m (17.91 ft) long torpedo. The radiator was split in two, gaining a 90 cm (35 in) slot where two racks were mounted to carry the torpedo.
Posted Apr 19, 2011 01:38 by Pepe Rezende
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The Mk 18 was a refinement of the Mk XIV. It was identical in most respects including engine (the Griffon 65) and cockpit enhancements, but it carried extra fuel and had a revised, stronger wing structure. It was armed with the e wing, with two 20mm cannon and two .50in machine guns, or four 20mm cannon.
Posted Apr 6, 2011 16:39 by Pepe Rezende
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The first squadron to receive the Seafire Mk.XV in the Pacific was No.801 Squadron (HMS Implacable), which received the new aircraft in September 1945 in Australia. On late Mk XVs a new form of "sting" type arrestor hook was used, attached to the reinforced rudder post at the rear of the fuselage. The Mk.17 was powered by a 1850hp Rolls Royce Griffon VI engine and used a bubble canopy.
Posted Apr 6, 2011 16:39 by Pepe Rezende