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  1. Need to get back with me on my purchase.....
  2. 1/32 ASAT?

    Glad I could help!
  3. Super Hornet intake on top of the fuselage

    Here's a photo, when enlarged, gives a little more detail... http://www.seaforces.org/usnair/VFA/VFA-143_DAT/VFA-143-Pukin-Dogs-038.jpg
  4. 1/48 F-15 Active STOL/MTD

    Only the ACTIVE program had the multi-axial thrust. The S/MTD flew with regular engines until the 2D/CD engines were installed. The ACTIVE program came after after the S/MTD program ended.
  5. 1/48 F-15 Active STOL/MTD

    If you go to this site there is a pretty cool video of the F-15 S/MTD. It also has other great photos/videos.... http://www.boeingimages.com/C.aspx?VP3=SearchResult&VBID=2JRSN2PL8B5KRX
  6. Super Hornet intake on top of the fuselage

    I looked around and couldn't find any super detail photos. I found a couple that, when enlarged, give some detail, but not all that great. Here's one: http://www.navy.mil/management/photodb/photos/170518-N-PF593-011.JPG As you said, if no one can find detail photos, then do the smaller details make that much difference? Maybe Jake Melampy's Super Hornet guide has photos (I wish I had the book, but don't).
  7. 1/48 F-15 Active STOL/MTD

    The top of the fairing going into the square nozzles were flattened. I don't recall on the bottom. I have a notebook at work that has some McAir released photos. I'm off until Wednesday but I'll look and see what I can find then.
  8. 1/48 F-15 Active STOL/MTD

    I'd be in for either the kit or conversion. If you look closely, you'll see 'NWL' on the tail markings. That's the company I work for in Kalamazoo Michigan. I was there when the the program was going on. We already made the primary flight controls for the F-15 and for this program we developed the canard controls (modified F-16 flap/taileron actuators) and actuators for the directional nozzles. We were 'National Waterlift Co.' but now are the Hydraulic Systems Division of Parker Aerospace. We were really proud to be part of that program. I have considered scratch building the aircraft but would rather have the work done for me in a kit.
  9. Super Hornet intake on top of the fuselage

    Seems like someone should make aftermarket replacement parts for them to show them in the raised position. I'm surprised no one has (hint, hint steel beach )
  10. 1/32 ASAT?

    I have the Revell parts. PM me and we can work out the details.....
  11. What would a typical 1967 weapons load be for an A-4E?

    Tried to PM you but your mailbox is full.
  12. Selfridge ANG base open house and airshow

    I'll be making the drive over. Not sure which day.
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