Model collect to bring another iconic American bomber to the table in the form of the B-2A Spirit in 1/72nd scale. Due hopefully this month.
Two re-releases and a new tool 2 seater Harriers are due out from Sword Models in the near future, all in 1/72nd scale.
Wolfpack are to release a T-45C Goshawk in U.S trainer markings in 1/72nd scale.
Glen Coleman has sent us shots of the parts and decals for Kittyhawk's new 1:48 H-2 & F2H-2P.
An intriguing book from Osprey Publishing next month looks at the might of the Luftwaffe and the Soviet Airforce battling over the Eastern Front, overcoming several problems to create one of the most compelling air wars during W.W.2.
The voters have spoken for our long-awaited July/August contest.
Yannis V. Papadopoulos kindly informed us on miscellaneous ETA products in different scales to bring realism to dioramas.
Some 1/48 scale products added.
He also published some step-by-step photo articles on how to use their products.
Osprey Publishing are continuing with thier Aces series with a look at the MiG-17/19 Aces of the Vietnam War, which is due out next month.
MMP latest book is about the Spitfire in Swedish service.
Polish MiG-29s differ from their Soviet counterparts due to serving with NATO, and are equipped with different sensors, displays and other parts. Luckily Attack Squadron have come to the rescue with an update set.
Having already released a 1/48th A-1A Ground Attack Aircraft, and the A-11A Ghibli, Hobby Boss have followed up with a AMX-T Trainer version.
MiniArt comes with a curious set of Champagne and cognac bottles at 1/35 and their crates.
NH Detail have sent us news of their latest photo-etched detail set. The new set upgrades AviS Models' kit of the Soviet Lavochkin La-200 all-weather fighter prototype.
Mark Peacock has sent us sample pages from Valiant Wings' new study of the Me 163, along with a reminder that stocks are running low for some of the excellent earlier titles - so don't leave it too late if you are intending to order them.
Fonthill Media are to publish a book in October as a first in a series of books on the Battle Of Britain, starting with the Battle for the Channel, that saw the Luftwaffe targeting merchant shipping, before switching to airfields.
Fonthill Media are to release a book on a previously unpublished compilation of German and Japanese secret projects of suicide aircraft of W.W.2.
Hataka have released three new paint sets covering Modern Portuguese, Modern Luftwaffe and Israeli modern jets.
July's underwhelming contest has become August's overwhelming! There are plenty of deserving entrants to choose from this month.
Bronco models already famous for making gliders is about to release their first German glider. The DFS230B-1 Light Assault Glider in 1/72nd scale brand new tooling.
A New Line of Photo-Etched Sets by Aviaeology.
This book pictures the growth of British air transport from inception in 1910 to the formation of Imperial Airways in 1934 and the beginnings of BOAC. It shows the impetus given to aircraft production in the First World War and presents an account of the operational and financial fortunes of each of the principal airlines, which began operations shortly after.
By Robin Higham
LUKGRAPH will soon release another Boeing F3B-1.
This release will be a Command aircraft.
The complete history of the Junkers Ju 52/3m in civil and military service around the world since 1930 by Jan Forsgren.
ICM Holdings has released photos of their MIG-25 RBT.
New from CMK for September come a largescale Italian pilot figure and a very useful range of 1:72 depth charges.