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Project Spitfire Video: Gradiometry & Magnetometry

The spitfire science team chats with Wargaming's Gavin Longhurst about the scientific methodologies involved in the search for aircraft buried 57 years ago in Burma.


The Red Tail Angels

In honor of Black History Month, we thought it would be fitting to take a look back at the historical accomplishments of the Tuskegee Airmen, the first African-American military aviators in the United States armed forces.


Brief Forum Downtime on February 4

Our forums will be unavailable for roughly an hour on Monday morning for a minor update.


February Air Show Calendar

High quality graphics help make the planes in World of Warplanes look fantastic, but nothing compares to getting a chance to see some of these classic aircraft up close or in flight.


The EULA Has Been Updated

Everybody's favorite reading material has received an additional line or two of text.


Video: ASAP With Vlad Belozerov

Learn more about the upcoming changes to the World of Warplanes beta.


Forum Maintenance on January 29th [UPDATE]

The World of Warplanes forums will be unavailable for a period of approximately two hours.


Spitfire Project Expedition Video

Project Spitfire expedition visionary David Cundall and Wargaming team lead Tracy Spaight discuss the characteristics of the Spitfire aircraft.


Caption Contest: Flying Fortress Built for Two

While there may be nothing quite like soaring into the sky, there is still something to be said for the feel of wind in your hair as you take to the streets atop a bicycle. Give us your best one-liner for the chance to win some gold!


First Flight of the Grumman F6F Hellcat

The 'ace-maker' first took to the skies in June of 1942 and would go on to become one of the most feared Allied aircraft for the Axis to see on the horizon. This spotlight comes to us courtesy of the National WWII Museum in New Orleans.


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