Technical Illustrator Mark Miller provides this realistic scene of three Albatros D.V fighters of Jasta 26 as they begin their dive to attack an unseen adversary. Mark goes to tremendous lengths to accurately create his 3-D illustrations. See rear cover for realistic profile views of these aircraft and detail notes. (Courtesy of Mark Miller.)
Lt. Camillo Viglino--Italian Air Force by Camilla Viglino Hurwitz & Victor Viglino
An excerpt from the English translation of Ten. Camillo Viglino's memoirs first published in Italian in 1934. Viglino describes his experiences while undergoing pilot training at Malpensa, 1915.
Flying in the Great War: Rx for Misery (Part II) by Col. Steven A. Ruffin, USAF
Col. Ruffin continues his overview of the medical, physiological and psychological aspects of combat flying during WWI.
A Retrospective View of Ltn. Erwin Böhme (Part III) by Dr.Ing. Niedermeyer
The continuing story of Ltn. Erwin Böhme as told through his letters and other memorabilia. Well illustrated.
James Norman Hall--The Great Adventurer (Part III) by Tom Walden
Tom Walden again treats us to a private look at the life of James Norman Hall as told through many of his private correspondences.
The Past Lives On by Col. Steven A. Ruffin, USAF
A short tribute to two of the last few remaining airmen of WWI, William R. Crooks and Lt. Col. John T. Potts.
A Groundcrewman's Perspective by Fenando Llamas, Alan Toelle & Aaron Weaver
A brief photo essay of the 25th Aero Squadron, USAS via the Stephen White album.
Between the Lines
Between the Bookends:
World War One Posters | Sopwith B.1 & T.1 Cuckoo, Fokker E.I/II, Fokker E.III, Fokker D.VIII Windsock Datafiles, Windsock International | Aircraft of the Aces No. 33 Nieuport Aces of WWI | Kusch Adam der Vogelmann | Airfields & Airmen--Somme | Mother of Eagles | Sharks Among Minnows
Mentioned in Dispatches:
A Model Report | Knowledge is Blume-ing in Washington