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  • Nieuport 17/23 Challenge WINNERS!

    What a wonderful set of entries we had this time! With a total of 18 entries, we only had two of the same subject, very impressive everyone! Even with the addition of allowing three votes this time, voting was still very tight with just three votes deciding 1st and 2nd place. There was also a tie for 4th place! The quality of the entries are going up with each contest and so are the number of entries. Makes me very proud to be running them for you guys and gals.

    Without further ado, here are your winners!

    1st Place
    Cpt. Harry S. Gwinne's Flying Fish entered by Oberst Hajj - Nexus Lufberry/Thennault

    2nd Place
    Unknown Pinot, Escadrille N69 entered by Niclas - Scratch built

    3rd Place
    Pilot unknown, Serial 4187 from 22 KAO entered by Madboyo - Nexus Lufberry/Thennault

    Congrats to each of the winners and I personally look forward to seeing all the entries into the next contest!
  • Recent Posts


    Biplanes and Triplanes 2014

    John, thanks!
    I'm still not 100% sure of the plan, but I just ordered some decals for the Zeppelin-Staaken, so I can make an attempt to finish it

    jbmacek Today, 04:21 Go to last post
    Nicola Zee

    RAP 2.0. Any ideas?

    I'm, also, currently 'fiddling about with tokens' and I will admit it's, also, a pain. But the trouble is if you add in say 3 dive cards for a Spad XIII

    Nicola Zee Today, 04:17 Go to last post
    Nipotra Paul


    Si, hai ragione! una bella "battaglia", anche se alla sera pensavo di aver combattuto a Midway realmente, beh! colpa dell'età Ormai devo

    Nipotra Paul Today, 04:13 Go to last post

    Wings Over The South East - or - Donny's Little Brother !

    Rather than letting the chaps attending Doncaster have all the fun this weekend I've colluded with members of the South East Squadron and Tunbridge Wells

    flash Today, 03:42 Go to last post

    September 14th, 2014 - Battle of Midway at Marina di Massa (Italy)

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    wolfgiova Today, 03:33 Go to last post

    RAP 2.0. Any ideas?

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    flash Today, 03:12 Go to last post
    Flying Helmut

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    Flying Helmut Today, 03:03 Go to last post
    Nicola Zee

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    Nicola Zee Today, 02:59 Go to last post
    Mike White

    WWI Movies

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    Mike White Today, 02:27 Go to last post

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    USS Washington vs Tirpitz...what a match that could have been.

    Grey Today, 02:21 Go to last post

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    Grey Today, 02:12 Go to last post

    Recent File Approvals

    Thanks, my friends.

    Blackronin Today, 01:26 Go to last post

    I'm a hat person.

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    Grey Today, 01:22 Go to last post

    RAP 2.0. Any ideas?

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    Blackronin Today, 01:18 Go to last post
    Flying Officer Kyte

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    Malines – Aerschot Battle ended. Belgians retired on Antwerp.
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    Flying Officer Kyte Today, 01:09 Go to last post
    Nicola Zee

    RAP 2.0. Any ideas?

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    Nicola Zee Today, 00:57 Go to last post
    Mike White

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    Mike White Today, 00:52 Go to last post

    RAP 2.0. Any ideas?


    AlgyLacey Today, 00:30 Go to last post

    What's On Your Workbench for September?

    Si vis pacem, para bellum, Rob
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    Nightbomber Today, 00:24 Go to last post

    RAP 2.0. Any ideas?

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    flash Today, 00:15 Go to last post
    Flying Officer Kyte

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    Flying Officer Kyte Today, 00:15 Go to last post


    Aggiungo qualche altra immagine in attesa dei link di Roberto con le sue belle foto. Roberto va ringraziato insieme a Sergio, Andrea e ai viceammiragli

    wolfgiova Today, 00:12 Go to last post
    Flying Officer Kyte

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    Flying Officer Kyte Today, 00:09 Go to last post
    Flying Officer Kyte

    What's On Your Workbench for September?

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    Flying Officer Kyte Today, 00:06 Go to last post

    Mission 7: Retaliation of the Allies; Return of a Friend

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    flash Today, 00:05 Go to last post
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