A history of the Bristol Bulldog, a classic British fighter plane, with the reasons for its particular specifications. Also, the history of later models of the plane.
A history of the cruisers of the Axis powers – namely Germany, Italy and Japan. Also the new directions in building war ships and missiles after WW2 in the United States and on the other side of the now fallen Iron Curtain.
The second of two posts on the British Hawker Tempest fighter plane, tracing its development from mid-1943 onwards, through to its final operational service for Pakistan in 1954.
The first of two posts on the British Hawker Tempest fighter plane, one of the very few warplanes to have been both designed and placed ins ervice during the course of World War II.
Inception and development of the Sopwith Camel fighter plane during World War I.
History and specification of the Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5 and S.E.5a fighter planes.
Details of Operations Jericho, Carthage and Catechism, important specialist operations performed during World War II by the RAF.
Is this the right time to be scrapped dedicated ground attack aircraft? A proposal for meeting future requirements.
In the asymmetrical battlefield environment of the future, will combat and close support aircraft draw from aircraft from a simpler time?
Although armed UAVs have high utility on the modern battlefield, are the risks worth the reward?