Monthly Archives: May 2013

Visiting History at Luftwaffen Museum at Berlin-Gatow

Work took me to Berlin for 2-3 days. And as always, the single track mind I have – I wanted to visit something that flew and take some pictures¬† ¬† I reached out to some of my friends – Hans, Kevin, Rami, Tom, and Mark – who live across the “Pond” or have taken many [...]

Iron Fist: Its All About People

As we all saw in the previous blog entries – the whole “shock and awe” effect – the bomb drops on targets during the day, the Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) and Suppression of Enemy Air Defences (SEAD) operations at dusk, and the capability to relentlessly continue the attack on in to the night – [...]

The Flying Rifles

I was spellbound – and I mean with all my sincerity. My senses were intent only on watching – I did not even position the camera although it was hanging of off my neck – I think mesmerized is the correct word. The sight of men, with their rifles and the precision and control that [...]