At the Feb. 2019 IPMS Toronto meeting, Harvey Low gave a fascinating presentation and slideshow of some of the museums and historical sites that he visited in a recent vacation to Japan. This video is packed with outstanding information.
Video courtesy of Robert Wlodarek.
An annual tradition in the Toronto area, the CNE airshow last weekend brought together some unique and exciting aircraft from all over the world. Thanks to Richard Briggs for his photos from the event!
Shooting information; Lens 500mm f8, ISO between 400 & 800, Camera SONY Apha A55, Location was Humber Bay Park (EAST).
Featured: USAF Thunderbirds, Canadian CF-18 Flight Demonstration, F-35/P-51 Heritage Flight & the Snowbirds
Armour fans rejoice! Today we bring you over 400 photos from the recent Tank Fest held in Bovington. Photos are supplied courtesy of IPMS Toronto member Jonathan Evans.
Today’s video brings something for the aviation and armour fans – a video tour of some of the exhibits at the Museum of the Polish Army. Video is courtesy of Robert Wlodarek.
IPMS Toronto and AMPS Fort York member Brian Margetson has compiled a comprehensive collection of knowledge regarding the surprisingly fascinating story of Jerry cans used during WWII. This document looks at all cans from all participants and highlights the evolution of them throughout the conflict. Click here or on the image below to view his article!
In recognition of the the 75th anniversary of Pearl Habour, IPMS Toronto is reposting a presentation that was given by Mr. Nori Yoshida back in Nov. of 2010. It tells the story of WWII through the eyes of a Japanese sailor and contains his accounts of the highlights of his naval service.
Local aviation author and friend of IPMS Toronto is pleased to announce the availability of his newest book: Fighting Cockpits. Stay tuned for information regarding a seminar that Donald will deliver at an upcoming IPMS Toronto meeting this year!
“Climb inside the cockpits of the world’s most famous military aircraft from World War I, World War II to the present day!
What was it like to sit in the pilot’s seat and take control of a P-51 Mustang in World War II? What about an F-14 Tomcat at the height of the Cold War? Or a Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor today? The cockpits of these fighter and bomber aircraft are revealed in Fighting Cockpits. Showcasing more than 50 of the world’s most famous combat cockpits from early World War I aircraft to present-day fighters, this book includes more than 200 rich color photos from photographer Dan Patterson, as well as detailed history about combat cockpit development from aviation expert and historian Donald Nijboer.”