Instruments of Darkness takes its name from the book of the same name by Alfred Price.
It is for anyone who is interested in nocturnal aerial warfare.
Primarily historically focused, the group welcomes contributions on aircraft, the people who flew them, technology, historical research, art and modelling. Link all of these together in some bizarre nocturnal Bacon number and you win a prize.
You know the form from our pinned post about keeping things civil. Constructive critique and dialogue is encouraged, no biting or gouging and above the belt. Transgress the unwritten law and you'll get a visit from Dinsdale Pirañha, and a severe lashing of sarcasm and hyperbole. He's vicious but fair.
Commercial product promotion is allowed but must have a subject related link.
Likewise, we encourage product reviews but please provide the folks at home with useful balanced and objective information. The exhaustive history of the reduction gear on the Jumo213A as used on the Ta154 prototype is to put it mildly, boring beyond belief and no one will ask you round for tea and biscuits. Also... when arguing the toss about the angle of oblique MK108s please don't post stuff like "I saw it on Wikipedia, so it's . . ."
Copyright: Is it yours? (We don't want some angry person chasing us down the high street demanding their money back). Do you have clearance to use materials? Is it commons or older than a certain date? If not at least cite your primary source.
"I say chaps! Its gone up like a roman candle!