OUTSTANDING ! Love your style, I think I see a little influence from Manarra and Miazaki. Love your Boer War work and the female soldiers and pilots! How about some women as tank commanders in the '67 or '73 Middle east wars? Also I have always thought the best way to show the Spanish American War of 1898 would be in a illustration. The Battle of El Caney or Roosevelt's charge at the San Juan Heights.
thanks for your interest and kind words! the visual style definitely influenced to a great degree by the European BD style of the 1960s-1980s, as I was often reading those comics and graphic novels at one time or another
I have not done much detailed reading into the big Arab-Israeli wars. I think I have the books lying around, just did not have too much interest in them yet. Similar situation for the Spanish-American War. I'm familiar with the broad strokes of the naval campaign in the Pacific and Caribbean, along with the ground campaign in Cuba, but aside from watching a few movies and TV series on the topic, I'm not so knowledgeable about the details.
Mainly I'm sticking to illustrating what I am relatively well-read in, so I don't get too many of the visual details wrong. And often, I'm tending towards illustrating the more obscure historical episodes like the Boer War, since there are already lots of excellent quality, historically accurate illustrations of the more popular historical conflicts.
So you might want to check out an anime series called "Last Exile." As it basically consists of animated air fleets fighting each other very similar to your own concepts. It's a very high quality animated series!
Assuming of course, that you haven't already seen it.