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Aeronavale Corsair part 2
With the kit built and base coated I faced up to,the tricky task of painting the yellow and black ‘invasion stripes’. Some thin masking tape came to the rescue here and the result was less appalling than it might have been.
Aeronavale Corsair part 2
Aeronavale Corsair part 2
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Aeronavale Corsair - part 1
As part of the Suez project - one of many I have on the back burner - I built this Hobbyboss Corsair kit.  It's as crisply moulded as I have come to expect from Hobbyboss and went together very well.
Aeronavale Corsair - part 1
Aeronavale Corsair - part 1
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Gnuston Heights - part 5 - Last ditch defence?
 As we return to the action some Syrian M-8 are heading west.  As it turned out there was a mechanical failure and they weren't seen again.  Meanwhile Syrian armour thundered across the AT ditch   Israeli infantry forming a second defence line  Kuneitra had...
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Gnuston Heights - part 4 - crossing the line
Syrian infantry was by now pouring across the AT ditch...  ...while impatient tankers* fumed at the delay in deploying bridges.  *At least I think that's what the Syrian CO called them.  Some Israeli SP artillery was nearly in firing positions  The creating...
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Dusty Dakota
Another survivor has emerged from the Partizan ‘Plane Purchase. Beneath this clump of dust is a rather useful Dakota. I do indeed have a (vague) game idea for this. And least week at this time I was in Arnhem....
Dusty Dakota
Dusty Dakota
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Gnuston Heights - part 3 - A bodge too far?
 As the Syrians approached, Israeli Centurions opened up at long range.  But still the Syrians rolled forward  As their historical counterparts did, our Israelis targeted the bridgelayers and scored an early kill (actually my bodged Chieftain AVLB but a bri...
Gnuston Heights - part 3 - A bodge too far?
Gnuston Heights - part 3 - A bodge too far?
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Gnuston Heights - part 2 - Skyhawk down!
As the Syrian onrush rushed on, Israeli tanks took up their prepared positions (both photos by Ian Drury)  The Israeli Air Force - recipient of much of the pre-war defence budget - was expected to save the day...  ...but still the MiGs and Sukhois roared in...
Gnuston Heights - part 2 - Skyhawk down!
Gnuston Heights - part 2 - Skyhawk down!
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Gnuston Heights - part 1 - All along the watchtower
An Israeli watchtower goads the Syrians by flying a big flag. Looking west (right) with the AT ditch in the foreground. Like many fine games, this one started rather by
accident.  In late May a certain
individual – let’s just call him 'Ian' – emailed me a p...
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Tankette MkI
The recent Ebro game saw the debut outing of my bodged tankettes. Here are the Mk.1,  a later post will cover the Mk.2. I’ll let you study the first two photos and try to guess what it’s based on. The punchline comes in the final pic. The crew figures are f...
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news from Spain - part 3
By now Nationalist reinforcements were arriving in decent numbers.  These Panzer I were accompanied by a captured T-26. This company of Moorish infantry reinforced the depleted force defending Hill 77. I sent a second company of Moors into Gandesa and sent ...
news from Spain - part 3
news from Spain - part 3
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