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A Shooting War

Words and pictures Tim Gosling

The first forays into battlefield photography were made during...

Words and pictures Tim Gosling

All-Terra in Travellers

Words and pictures James Kinnear

In the Soviet Union of the 20th century, the all-terrain performance...

Words and pictures James Kinnear

Welsh industry at the heart of the Boxer armoured vehicle programme

News A company in South Wales will play an integral...

Plenty on the go

words and pictures Nigel Hay

 Military Vehicle Market A Leopard-based anti-aircraft...

words and pictures Nigel Hay

Photospread 2018

CPL BEN BEALE / CROWN COPYRIGHTA German Hagglunds BV206 tracked,...

Armoured Beasts

words David Fletcher pictures archive

The Bison, the Armadillo and otherHistorian D avid Fletcher on...

words David Fletcher pictures archive
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A celebration of all things Bedford

News April 7 marks the 90th anniversary of the first...

Letters

CRACKING ARTICLE on the Sherman multi-cylinder (CMV January 2021),...

Travel plans on hold -for now

March 2021 Frontlines A captured Cold War-era T-54/55...

Snow Master

Words Craig Allen Pictures Craig Allen / as credited

The Swedish designed Bandvagn (Bv) tracked carrier is the most...

Words Craig Allen Pictures Craig Allen / as credited