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Scale Model World :: View topic - LCM 3 - Royal Navy Landing Craft Mechanised Mk 3 (Trumpeter)

LVT-4 Buffalo Amphibious Landing Craft (USA)

LVT-4 Buffalo Amphibious Landing Craft (USA)

1936-Westland Lysander.Built to specification calling for rugged,short-take-off-&-landing aircraft for low-level recon & obs issued in 1934.Westland designed & built rugged high wing monoplane with fixed spatted undercarriage.Exceptional field of view for pilot & observer,armed with 2 forward firing machine guns & machine gun fired from rear cockpit.Best remembered for ias a 'spy taxi',picking up & dropping agents behind enemy lines.

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Scale Model World :: View topic - LCM 3 - Royal Navy Landing Craft Mechanised Mk 3 (Trumpeter)

Scale Model World :: View topic - LCM 3 - Royal Navy Landing Craft Mechanised Mk 3 (Trumpeter)

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79th Armoured Division Sherman tanks, Churchill AVRE with fascine and Churchill bridgelayer loaded into a landing craft, Saxmundham-Ipswich area, 28th January 1944

Armoured Division Sherman tanks, Churchill AVRE with fascine and Churchill bridgelayer loaded into a landing craft, Saxmundham-Ipswich area, January 1944

Soldiers of the 90th Infantry Division aboard LCI ("Landing Craft Infantry") 326 on their way to Utah Beach (ca. June 6-8, 1944). Note the variety of facial expressions, and the barrage balloons hovering over the Channel.

Soldiers of the Infantry Division aboard LCI ("Landing Craft Infantry") 326 on their way to Utah Beach (ca. June Note the variety of facial expressions, and the barrage balloons hovering over the Channel.

Sherman tanks driving ashore from landing craft during Exercise 'Fabius', 6th May 1944

Sherman tanks driving ashore from landing craft during Exercise 'Fabius', May 1944

RAF - Chinook HC.4

The Front Lines Photos) In wartime and peace the United States military is a constantly evolving organism, always on alert and training for the worst. Thanks to our working m.

The Sergeant Clifford Stewart Westland Lysander IIIA  Vintage Wings of Canada.Today, the Lysander is largely remembered for a dangerous clandestine role they filled.  Using their superb short take-off and landing (STOL) capabilities, unarmed Lysanders were operated in and out of unprepared fields, pastures, and forest clearings in the dark of night to pick-up secret agents and saboteurs from occupied-Europe.

The Sergeant Clifford Stewart Westland Lysander IIIA > Vintage Wings of Canada

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