Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Production slowdown

As said in my other blogs, you will notice that time is not a luxury or in abundance. Plans or objectives i have setout for the last weekend, ended up delaying. Do not even have time to post entry with pics. One thing is for sure, for this week, i will at least do what was projected to be completed. Besides, the one week hol should come, by then i will setout to complete the Ticonderoga VLS and if im lucky, many more of the projects set out this year.

On other updates, i have played BF2 recently with WT and Qap. Got my veteran badge for Support Kit and Ammo Resupply. WOOHOO. Long way from officer though. But Ultimately still the best modern wargame in the market.

Next entry will definitely feature a new pic. So all you eager beavers, stay tune. Will be testing out my tabletop wargame for the land forces next too after doing both sea and air. So will give you an update and review soon.

See ya

Thursday, March 15, 2007

Standoff with the Enemy

Its one of those pictures i wanted to take to put the tension between friend and foe. Like the picture where tanks from the Western powers clashed in a junction with thoe of the Soviet sight. A really high tension picture which shows the wary feelings each ahved for each other.

Here, the DSHCC forces, clash in close range with the SCT Forces In the Open Area of a Rocky Desert Land.

Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket
The Commander Halts the Armoured Regiment in the face of the Enemy.
As the conflict is escalating to full intensity.

Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket
Tanks are pointed in each other as the clash between both sides is so closely spaced.
Truce is being setup between both Commanders to fight another day.

Took me quite a while to setup this pic,in any case, it is away from the frequent plane pics recently. Next entry should be the display of the progress of my Cruiser. SO LITTLE TIME, SO MANY THINGS TO DO!


Wednesday, March 07, 2007

The Age Old Bomber that has seen it all...

The B52, since the end of World War 2 till present day. It has retain its role as the Strategic Bomber of the United States. For 50 over years, the B52 bomber has been in conflicts around the world, providing aerial bombardment for the United States. With a payload of 27200kg, it dwarves all bombers payload in the USAF. The Airforce intends to keep them till 2040 and if no bomber replace the B52H till then, its lifespan would be 90 years plus since the first B52 flew. A incredible achievement by any military aviation standards.

I present to u, the B-52H, Strategic Bomber, and Great Bomber in Aviation History

Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting
The Old Bird in the sky... B52H Stratofortress

Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting
On the runway before takeoff.. The B52H

News of the Ticonderoga VLS, similar to the other hobby of mine, the Ticonderoga VLS construction is at a halt. It will resume on a slow level as stated before. But will give u a picture update soon.

Falling Out!.