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  1. Whiskey

    1/48 Tamiya F-14A VF-142

    That's really impressive from the get go Janissary. Keep it up. Really like the idea of the epoxy for the shrouds. Are you planning to do a two color/ faded effect on the RIO's shroud?
  2. Whiskey

    1:48 MH-60K

    Indeed lol.
  3. Whiskey

    F-4E 66-0371 "Arizona Chicken"

    That's an awesome job of really trying to look into this Sven, you should be proud of at least that fact.
  4. Anthony did you receive my email? Haven't heard back from you.
  5. Whiskey

    Phantom F-4C 1/48

    Very very nice F-4. Great job.
  6. Whiskey

    AH-1S MOD 0-15767 Walk Around

    Lol, thumbkin, haha. No worries, really appreciate it. I've never really been able to find decent photos online of the HSS and the Cobra's I have around me have awful cockpits or the canopy is painted so yeah. Thanks mate!
  7. Whiskey

    My new workbench (Dream project)

    Your dream desk?! That makes two of us then! Super envious, enjoy it.
  8. Whiskey

    How is Tyndall AFB

    This is related to Tyndall Air Force base how???
  9. Whiskey

    How cool is this photo...

    ^^^ Most successful joke recorded for 15 October 2018^^^😂
  10. Whiskey

    Been a while!

    Well glad to see you're back nonetheless. Any thoughts of a new book while you're at it?
  11. I know Lone Star is getting ready to release them sooner or later.
  12. Whiskey

    Been a while!

    Jon Bernstein as I live and breath! Talk about a blast from the past. Glad to see your still alive after all this time. They have you down range a lot over the years?
  13. I came across this photo and couldn't help but think of how cool this was and needed to share it. I figure this is an interesting chapter in aviation history being captured in it as it is two completely different types of aeronautical engineering separated by several generations looking right at home with each other. Maybe we could start making something like this a normal thing around here, putting up unusual, unique, and super interesting aviation photos just because that's what they are? https://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/Upcoming/Photos/igphoto/2000549417/
  14. Holy shigawiggle!!!! Definitely saved! That is amazing and thank you for the breakdown.