Sunday, February 22, 2015

B-25H “Barbie III” showing 75mm M5 gun and 4 Browning 50 cal feeds

1 comment:

  1. Toward the end of WW2, both US and German aircraft began sporting genuine cannon for direct fire missions where accuracy counted. The German Stuka and later Fokke Wulf aircraft mounted essentially two 3" rifles to take out tanks. Today we use missiles to do the job (unless you're in a Spectre Gunship) but I've always found that evolution interesting.