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  1. The yellow stencil reads: KABINENDACH ÖFFNEN: [ARROW] HIER DRÜCKEN GRIFF HERAUSKLAPPEN UND IN DEN SCHLITZ DRÜCKEN The green one below reads as KursadA wrote: NOTÖFFNEN WIRD GEMÄSS NORMALEM ÖFFNUNGS- VERFAHREN DURCHGEFÜHRT FÜR NOTRETTUNG: KABINENDACH EINSCHLAGEN P.S.: Reminds me to continue my Ostarrichi-Draken, which I began 12 years ago 🙂
  2. Amazing! Are the differences to modern USAF pilots very big? Because I would need such a figure for a F-16. Cheers, Markus
  3. I finished a F-16C Block 52 of the South Carolina Air National Guard. It is made from the Tamiya Block 25/32 ANG boxing, with spare parts from a Thunderbirds kit to make a Block 52. The decals are from Speed Hunter Graphics (Guardian Vipers) Further Aftermarket items: Eduard Brassin ejection seat Eduard Brassin Sniper ATP Aires exhaust Royal Resin weighted wheels Shull24 HTS pod Master Models pitot tube & AOA sensors Scale Motorsport carbon fiber decals for the exhaust petals For the HG V paint, I used th
  4. Thanks, that helps a lot! Cheers, Markus
  5. Hi! With the upcoming resin sets from Phase Hangar, I plan to do an A-10C. I also bought the latest Caracal decal sheet, and I intend to build the Flying Tiger Aircraft (#78-0597) as it flew in 2017: https://www.airliners.net/photo/USA-Air-Force/Fairchild-A-10C-Thunderbolt-II/4717891/L As I found only pictures of this aircraft without any ordnance, I would like to ask what would be a valid loadout (most likely training?) for that aircraft during 2017? Thanks, Markus
  6. Was the Flying Tigers jet in this markings a pure demo jet, or did it fly with at least a training ordnance? And will this sheet be available at the48ers? Cheers, Markus
  7. Hi! I finally finished the F-5E from AFV Club in the Livery of the Patrouille Suisse aerobatics team. It is depicted in taxi configuration. It was abit of a hassle, since the parts of the forward fuselage had quite some distortion (I didn't encounter this problem with my other two F-5E builds.) Furthermore, the original decals were absolutely crap (the tended to crack), so I had to source some aftermarket decals. Luckily, I found a sheet from OH Models. This sheet, however, was missing the stencils. I therefore used declas from IPMS Austria. The pilot is taken f
  8. Looks great! Any chance of having him standing, with helmet in hand? Cheers, Markus
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