B-24 Liberator Metal Sign
Featuring a B-24 Liberator of the 464th Bomb Group and Patrick Henry's inspiring words, "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death!," this sign is made of 24-gauge steel that is hand distressed to create the look of aged metal and paint. Measures 17"x 11" and includes mounting holes.
B-24 Liberator with Nose Art Panel
From blonde bombshells to iconic characters and catch names, this new series of die cast models captures some of the most memorable and eye catching nose art in the world. The unique feature of this collection is that the nose art not only appears on the model plane but also on a faithfully reproduced larger scale die cast cut out section of the fuselage, which can be mounted on the enclosed display base with the model aircraft!
B-24J Liberator 1/48 Die Cast Model with a FREE Print
Known as The Dragon and His Tail, this B-24 - which flew 85 missions with the 43rd Bomb Group at le Shima in the Pacific - is widely recognized for its colorful crew insignia. This 1/48 scale model features full armament with rotating turrets, a complete cockpit with instrument detail, rotating propellers, and more. Weighs nearly 9 lbs., has an impressive 27½" wingspan, and arrives ready to display on extended landing gear. The only flyable B-24 Liberator aircraft in the world, serial number 44-44052, is the aircraft owned and operated by the Collings Foundation, and named after The Dragon and His Tail, this lavishly decorated B-24 that flew in the Pacific during WWII. Restored in 1985, this Liberator required over 420,000 new rivets and more than 80% of the aircraft's parts were rebuilt or replaced. Limited edition print measures 16"x 11½" and is signed by the artist.
American Bomber Crewman 1941-45
A fitting tribute to the often uncelebrated heroes who took the war deep into the Third Reich, this book examines the lives of the American bomber crewmen of the Eighth Air Force, the "Mighty Eighth," who crewed, maintained and repaired the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortresses and the B-24 Liberators that flew from the airfields of Norfolk, Suffolk and other counties of England during World War II.
Featuring a B-24 Liberator and a World War II-style pin-up girl imploring air crewmen to "Come Home Soon!," this sign is made of 24-gauge steel that is hand distressed to create the look and feel of aged metal and paint.
The Sky Scorpions
Commencing operations out of North Africa in July, 1943, the 389th Bomb Group participated in the infamous Ploesti mission of August 1 before returning to England in September to join in the grim duty of hammering Nazi Germany's industrial base. Here is the Group's full history, covering its 300+ missions and the resulting 153 B-24s lost or Missing in Action.
A Thrilling Visual Chronicle of Naval Fighting Ships. This 13-episode, 2-disc program presents jaw-dropping footage of naval fighting ships from yesteryear through the modern day. From above the water and below the surface, you'll view submarines, aircraft carriers, corvettes, destroyers, battleships, cruisers and others… and even take an inside look at the awesome weaponry and capabilities that make naval power an essential element in modern warfare.
The U.S. M1 Garand Rifle in Pictures
WW2 & Korea Bruce. Through hundreds of vintage photographs and illustrations, this information-packed volume explores the M1 Garand .30 caliber rifle - the standard service rifle of the U.S. military in World War II and Korea - in detail, including its origin, development, battlefield use, and postwar experimentation, from its World War I roots to the introduction of its successor M14 in 1957. 80 pages, 300+ B&W and color photographs and illustrations, 7¼"x 9½", softcover.