Toyota Celica Turbo
I bet it tastes like regret and daddy issues.
With hints of self-loathing and a deeply repressed finish
straight my ass
And just a dash of closeted homosexuality
P-51D Mustang providing escort to a SR-71. :)
P-51 race #69 Jeannie in formation with SR-71A tail 17856. Honestly, one of the oddest formations ever.
4 downed U-2 Spy Planes flown by a CIA-sponsored Taiwanese unit called ‘the Black Cat Squadron’ on display in Peking, China. 1960.
Again, it’s been a little while since I did a recap, with not posting as much as I’d like (I can thank working a 55 hour week for that), I have still tried to get at least one post out a day. So there have been lots of Quotes of the Day and quite a few Historical Trivia posts with some interesting topics like Pancho Villa’s involvement with early American cinema and the Sam Colt’s first patent. Yesterday also saw the return of the Ordnance of the Week series looking at an experimental .90 caliber autocannon developed by Colt. There was also a look at the wartime career of Margaret Bourke-White, the first female war correspondent.
There have also been posts on America’s first Maxim gun, Dreadnoughts, the Reising submachine gun, the Webley No.5 revolver and the Vickers arms company.
Also this month Historical Firearms became changed its URL to historicalfirearms.info, a little easier to type into the address bar.
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