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2011-12-08

Czech aviation artist Pavel Rampír sent us his newest artwork, presenting a Spitfire Mk. IXC serial no. ML296 DU-N of No. 312. (Czechoslovak) Squadron, ...

2011-09-12

Here is a great HD video from a 16-strong Spitfire formation display during the 2010 Flying Legends show at Duxford. [auldm, via YouTube] Inspired? ...

2011-09-07

Here is a video presentation of the familiar Grace Spitfire, a two-seater TR MK. IX serial no. ML407. Operated by Mrs. Carolyn Grace, once ...

2011-09-06

The title says it all. Some nice formation flying in a perfect weather over the beautiful English countryside. A clip from flyingmachines.tv. [via YouTube]

2011-08-07

Here are a few photos of a model I finished recently. It is a Spitfire Mk. IXc in 1/48th scale. The model was crafted ...

2011-05-06

Tolga Ulgur sent us these pictures of his brilliantly finished Tamiya 1/32 Spitfire Mk. IXC. The painting, the sense of detail and the weathering ...

2011-04-15

Here is a video showing how the sound of a Spitfire Mk. IX is recorded for the benefit of a new computer game. The ...

2011-03-30

Advanced Landing Ground (ALG) – B.88 near the town of Heesch, in Noord-Brabant, the southern part of Holland, was the 88th airfield on the ...

2011-03-17

An entire complement of Spitfires Mk. IXC of No. 485 (New Zealand) Squadron lined up at the USAAF Station 112 Bovingdon in Hertfordshire on 30 March 1944

2011-02-11

Vladimir Urbanek sent us his new Spitfire artwork, illustrating Czech connections in the history of the Israeli Air Force.  The artwork shows the famous ...