Tag Archives: Jaume Forns

The Peregrine Falcons

Issue Number: 5293

In mid-1944, Hitler launched his vengeance weapons. These evil V-1 rockets struck at the heart of Britain’s cities, killing innocent people in their thousands. But Hitler wasn’t going to have it all his way, as his V-1 rockets began being caught in the talons of a squadron known as the Peregrine Falcons — experts in […]

Sunken Avenger

Issue Number: 5227

The USS Marco is on manoeuvres in the Pacific, and Flight Lieutenant Hank Slater is trying to train up a new team between Kamikaze attacks. Ensign Calvin Trevino is upbeat, battle-hardened and ready for anything, but throw into the mix the long and bitter history between his teammates, Walt Sanders and Lester Garcia, and there’s […]

Battle Blisters

Issue Number: 5213

It’s May 1940 and Allied forces are being pushed by the Fuhrer’s advance towards the beaches at Dunkirk. The embittered Sergeant Formby must safely guide the remains of his squad towards Blighty, but Private Lawrence “Lanky” Leonard is missing… Will Formby leave the man behind to save his remaining troops? A French bicycle, a slingshot, […]

Ice-Cold Commando

Issue Number: 5187

Icy Lieutenant Ron Lamont’s new posting left him cold. He was bored of being a jumped‑up bodyguard, babysitting a colonel in the frozen Russian wasteland. But when a hasty evacuation turns sour and leaves the cool‑headed lieutenant stranded in the freezing tundra, Ron comes face to face with an old, bitter rival. To say the […]

Dangerous Investigations

Issue Number: 5167

Lieutenant John Weller was like a bloodhound when he was on a case. From his early years as a police detective, solving high‑class robberies, to being a military policeman on the trail of a smuggling ring in the British Army – nothing could stand between him and his investigation… not even a little thing called […]

The Dark Spitfire

Issue Number: 5135

It came out of nowhere, a glint of moonlight reflected in the dark night sky. The Luftwaffe pilot’s eyes frantically searched for his attacker in the murk of the evening, but it was invisible… a phantom. Then it streaked across the clouds like a bat out of Hades, its guns blazing at the Messerschmitt 109. […]

A Tank Called Tempest

Issue Number: 5111

When an Australian, a Kiwi, a South African and an Englishman step into a tank – sparks are sure to fly! Lieutenant Ranald Booker had to write an article about cooperation between the Commonwealth nations. But, despite being confronted with fighting the Germans and Italians in North Africa, some troops were more interested in scrapping with […]