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A new high-speed chopper is born!

In Military History
News of an exciting new helicopter design, which one of our relatives helped to build!Continue Reading
In case any aviation fans were feeling overlooked with my recent Youtube discovery of the modern day Panzer 38 (t), I've found another gem which ties in nicely to this month's COM 106. It looks like a clip of an attack by Savoia-Marchetti Sm 79 'Sparviero' torpedo bombers on a British fleet in the Mediterranean. Enjoy!Continue Reading
Normally, Friday's blog spot is reserved for one of our grand lists. But this time, we've got news of something so exciting, we just had to share it. Over the years, fans and Osprey minions alike have requested it, demanded it, pined for it... now it's finally here. It's the Osprey calendar of course!Continue Reading
A short while ago the author of the exciting new Waterloo trilogy, John Franklin, generously provided us with some extra material from his own research. It took the shape of an enlightening article documenting the contribution of the Brunswick Corps at the battle. Now, John is back with more of the good stuff, this time with a chronicle of the Nassau contingent at Quatre Bras. Read on, and enjoy!Continue Reading
Footage of a reconstructed (or surviving?) Panzer 38 (t) on the move!Continue Reading
Get a free glimpse of our fantastic WWII History Magazine in today's blog!Continue Reading

Legendary October

In Military History
Otherworldly October seemed like the perfect time to show a bit of love to the Dark Osprey imprint. So if you number amongst those that enjoy the mysterious realm where fact an fiction meet, pay close attention!Continue Reading
This Friday list is inspired by the recent successes of Osprey author, veteran and champion swimmer David Wiseman. The author of Helmand to Himalayas picked up four medals; two gold and two silver, at the very first Invictus Games. It got me thinking about military sports personalities - professional sportsmen who went on to serve in war. So wihout further ado, I give you the top five military sportsmen!Continue Reading
Get a free PDF download of a chapter from the fascinating Captured Eagles, out this month! Continue Reading

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