AW15: Grumman SF

The Grumman SF is the scout version of the Grumman FF (see Allied Wings # 6). If its role is completely different from the Grumman FF which was a fighter, […]

AW16: Short Singapore Mk.III

The Short Singapore if not built in large numbers, remains an essential flying-boat in the RAF inventory. Indeed the experience gathered during its service with the RAF had led Short to […]

AW17: Hawker Fury, Part 2

The Hawker Fury was the first RAF fighter able to fly at a speed exceeding 200 mph in level flight. The part 2 is giving details on the career of […]

AW18: The Supermarine Spitfire F.24

Often forgotten, the last mark of the Sptfire F.24 played its role in this unstable post-war era even if it hasn’t been engaged in any combat. Its presence in Hong Kong, while the […]

AW19: The E.E. Canberra B(I). 8

The EE Canberra is probably one of the most iconic British aircraft of the first Cold War years. It was declined in various marks, and this book is devoted to […]

AW20: The E.E. Lightning F.1

  The English Electric Lightning was Britain’s supersonic interceptor of the Cold War era and the only all-British Mach 2 fighter aircraft. It was designed, developed, and manufactured by English […]

December 2013: Douglas Dakota – 22 photos

Each photograph is offered at a 300dpi res/13x8cm size making them available for a very good quality digital print. Photo (Soviet ) Dakota 01: C-47 44-77001 seen in France in […]

December 2014: 21 Movement Cards – Saro Lerwick

AMF78 (RAF Movement cards) of pdf 21 Saro Lerwick: serials L7248 – L7268 (full batch) 39 photocopies

December 2015: Westland Whirlwind Mk. I – 28 photos

Each photograph is offered at a 300dpi res/13x8cm size making them available for a very good quality digital print, but also for Iphone/IPad, smartphone or computer screen (but should convert the image into […]