Episode 48 and Pappy Gunns B25s in PNG
Was stoked to hear this episode, great to hear AirPower in these podcasts. I was fortunate to be involved in the re-identification of relics at the PNG museum of modern history in Port Moresby ( before it moved to the new location). They had lost all records during a theft and needed assistance to identify the relics lying around. During this process and utilizing references material from Charles Darby’s book Pacific Aircraft Wrecks I was able to identify the stacked 50cal guns from one of the first B25 gunships. Keep up the good work, as an ex soldier and now airman, this podcast is an invaluable source of lessons to be learnt in military history...
AaronR67 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/17/19
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Thank you Dave Sabben. To move theory and sound bite retelling into a minute by minute overview is most enlightening. To listen to the matter of fact presentation is most humbling too. Real people doing a job at great cost to themselves and for which we should be grateful.
KindaKneady via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/15/19
This podcast does an excellent job of explaining the principles of war by providing real-world examples from history. The series on the Malaya/Singapore campaign from WW2 was great and I would love to see more series on other historical battles.
WhiteKnight1368 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/10/18
An excellent podcast applying military history to the doctrine and exploring lessons learnt
kforth via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/13/18
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