Category: MILITARY VEHICLES

The B-17 Flying Fortress was famous for being able to take a lot of damage and still make it back to base. We have collected…

The U-1206 was commissioned on March 16, 1944 and a type 7C U-boat. This type U-Boat was equipped with a new type of toilet designed…

Guns of the mighty Bismarck wreck USS Yorktown wreck discovered by Robert Ballard in 1998 USS Kittiwake Two grounded WWI German submarines Two wrecked German…

The guys over there started an interesting thread of tanks wrecks. Many of them are to be found on military ranges and sadly used for…

North American P-51 D Mustangs in dire need for help. B-29 Superfortress crashed during emergency landing and ran into parked P-51 D Mustangs, damaging 9…

The Stockton Field Aviation Museum is happy to announce BOMBER CAMP 2015! Do you remember watching Twelve O’Clock High or Memphis Belle? Have your ever…

Not something you see everyday. There are only 7 tigers in the world, don’t miss chance to obtain 8th. The Tiger is of course legendary…

  This German Panzerkampfwagen IV tank Ausführung G can be found at the Deutsches Panzermuseum in the small military town of Munster, Germany. In 1940…

Red Army

In June of 1944, the Red Army carried out what some have referred to as an alternate D-Day. The primary event, which is more commonly…

In late 1944 the Germans completed the first Panzerkampfwagen VIII Maus, the heaviest fully enclosed armored fighting vehicle ever to see the light of day. The…

Truly touching moments of humanity, ethics and morals are rather rare in warfare. The Christmas Truce of WWI was an excellent example of such humanity,…

Imagine a battlefield that has been cleared of explosives and then opened to the public. This is how the Liberty Park was founded in 1945,…