1. mackeebryanee13

    Bigger 10.5cm Panzerschreck “Panzertod” Jawohl

  2. Grey Havoc

    General Dynamics Fort Worth F-16 derived GAU-8 gunship concept (G.F.G) from 1976

    Thanks to Air21 over at What If Modelers: Thought this design was already mentioned in an existing SPF thread, but I couldn't locate it. I'm wondering if this design originally grew out of one of the 'Model 402' studies. Also, I wonder if there was a late 1970s semi-official USAF requirement...
  3. RAP

    Shorts Starstreak Missile
  4. overscan (PaulMM)

    AGM-64 Hornet
  5. Grzesio

    Panzerblitz and Panzerschreck puzzle

    Germans fielded a number of airborne AT rockets in the winter of 1944/45. There were Panzerschreck 1 and 2 and Panzerblitz 1 and 2, while Panzerblitz 3 and 4 were in development. Sadly, there's an incredible mess in available books as far as details of these rockets are concerned - e.g. I...
  6. uk 75

    Canadian Heller Rocket launcher for British Army in 1962? Info needed

    An old book of mine about the British Army mentions that the Army in 1962 were looking at the Canadian Heller Rocket launcher and the Carl Gustav 84mm from Sweden to replace its bazookas. The UK chose the Carl Gustav. Does anyone have any info and pictures of the Canadian contender? UK 75
  7. Skybolt

    Fairchild-Republic NGCAS

    Late in the Seventies, Fairchild-Republic studied a Next Generation Close Air Support aircraft. It would have been a two-seater, have a night-adverse weather capability, made with large use of composites and probably (judging from the design) sport a moderate supersonic speed. Weapons: GAU-8A...
  8. overscan (PaulMM)

    The AX Competition (rivals and development of the Fairchild A-10 Thunderbolt II)

    OK, lets go back to the AX competition and the original bids submitted. Cessna's submission Source: A-37 in Action, Squadron-Signal
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