Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by A-58, May 30, 2017.
Well if you don't like 'em you can just say so.
I love them all, especially the one of the Sherman on the dirt road.
Some serious dudes in the trucks, too. The spacing says "Indian country".
The Soth side of Chicago?
That is a truckload, but none wanted to ride on the tank? Perhaps not safe.
Two trucks, two tanks, wide spacing. The boys are ready to bail. Indian country.
Now I understand.
One man, not worth a round. One truck, maybe. One tank, FIRE!!!!
Not a new thought - expressed by the Australians with regard to tanks as early as 1917!
"Leutnant, lassen Sie das Periskop los und sagen Sie mir, warum Sie kichern."
Royal Navy Aircraft Carrier HMS Argus in 1918. HMS Furious can be seen just beyond with both been painted on dazzle camouflage. Colourised by Irootoko Jr.
Furious has also been fitted with her after landing deck, so the photo was taken after March, 1918.
Vultee assembly line, Downey CA plant. 1942. (My first wife was born and raised in Downey. I claimed even that didn't make her soft.)
Looks more like the V-11 or V-112
Vultee BT-13 Valiant.
"North Pole, we have a problem!"
I think this was the model I made years ago...
Historians' assessments of the Vengeance's career in Australian service differ. While there is consensus that the type was obsolete, some argue that it nevertheless proved successful. Others, including the RAAF's Air Power Development Centre, have judged that the Vengeance's performance was mixed and the type was not suited to Australia's requirements. - Wiki