What was commonly eaten for breakfast by World War II Pilots?

World war II pilots needed fuel to survive and get through the day successfully. Thus, it was important that they had enough calories to get them started with the day. Also, to sustain them throughout. These pilots needed to be at their very best. Thus, it is important that the breakfast that … Read more

Learn More About Amelia Earhart and Her Final Journey

”Amelia Earhart in an airplane”

People destined to be great always want to be part of something big and adventurous. Some people dream of changing the face of medicine, some desire to explore the great depths of the ocean by snorkeling in the Pacific , while some want to discover the beauty of the obscure parts of the … Read more

When Were Drones First Developed

White and gray Drone on ground

In modern usage, the word drone refers to Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). In other words, aircraft that do not require a pilot on board to operate. For other purposes, the technologies in the drone sector have evolved into two categories; drones that require a human operator and autonomous drones that do not. … Read more

Strange Facts About World War II

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From 1939 to 1945, the world was literally at war. World War II or also known as The Second World War, had almost every country in the world at war. The countries were separated into two groups; Axis Powers and The Allies. Axis Powers consisted of main countries such as Germany, Italy, … Read more

All About The Haversacks From WW2

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During the American Civil War, haversacks have become very useful for the soldiers’ everyday life, allowing them to keep food rations, personal items, tools, and other articles they needed for survival. In World War II, haversacks still proved to be essential, with the M-1910 haversack becoming the standard pack for all U.S. … Read more

All About Static World War II Plane Models

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World War II brought tremendous growth in the aviation industry, signaling the advent of safer, quicker, and stronger aircraft. While most were used for warfare in the quest for freedom, many of the technologies these planes used carried on until today, allowing us to reach greater heights, go farther distances, and get … Read more

Winning Strategy in World War 2

World War II, Winning, Strategy

World War 2 was the most extensive and bloodiest war in history, involving 30 countries and resulting in the death of about 75-80 million people. Yet, like many wars on record, WW2 ended due to the military triumph of one side rather than negotiation, with the Allied Powers eventually vanquishing after six … Read more

Physical Requirements to be a Bomber Pilot

A US Army Air Forces test pilot

Isn’t it fascinating to see the beautiful view on top of the mountains as you rush into the clouds and soar the skies? There are many ways to catch a breath-taking view at the top, but riding a plane is one of the best ways to enjoy the beautiful scenery. Better yet, … Read more

Worst Airplanes of World War 2

World War II Airplanes

Many books, articles, and documentaries are available tacking the top warplanes from World War 2. Aircraft such as the Boeing B-29 Superfortress, Supermarine Spitfire, Messerschmitt Bf 109 quickly ring a bell, thanks to their technological marvel, design, performance, and significant contribution during the war. But what about the worst? With the incredibly … Read more

Survival Tips from World War 2

Survival Tips from World War 2

During World War II, millions of military personnel left their homes to show patriotism and fight for the country. While it is a gallant task, it meant leaving their families at home at a time of anarchy and uncertainty. As soldiers fought adversary forces overseas using guns and warplanes, civilians had their … Read more