Guilty Pleasure: Sweet Drawings Of Military Aircraft

Guilty Pleasure: Sweet Drawings Of Military Aircraft

Focke Wulf - Lucky jadgegruppe Pachin airfield, Germany Autumn By Adman Toodby.

When the war started, Britain had two squadrons   of the Defiant (no 264 and no 141).  The plane had initially some success in the   fighting leading up to the evacuation at Dunkirk.

Boulton Paul Defiant Mk I, 255 Sqn. RAF, Battle of Britain, by Adam Tooby. With their rear facing armament, they were successful until the Luftwaffe realised they were not Hurricanes.

Guilty Pleasure: Sweet Drawings Of Military Aircraft

Guilty Pleasure: Sweet Drawings Of Military Aircraft

Guilty Pleasure: Sweet Drawings Of Military Aircraft

Guilty Pleasure: Sweet Drawings Of Military Aircraft

Neville Duke in Action by Adam Tooby - Duke flew Curtiss over North Africa. He was shot down twice during dogfights with German Bf but became the Mediterranean theatre's top fighter ace. He ended the war with 27 kills.

"That sudden, telling moment when the Ju-87 was no longer the most terrifying aircraft in the skies." KB

Guilty Pleasure: Sweet Drawings Of Military Aircraft

"That sudden, telling moment when the Ju-87 was no longer the most terrifying aircraft in the skies." KB

Guilty Pleasure: Sweet Drawings Of Military Aircraft

Guilty Pleasure: Sweet Drawings Of Military Aircraft

I did a post the other day on Total War's art, which has been collected into a book, and while looking at that publisher's site I saw something that made me lose my shit, just a little. It was a book called Warbirds.

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