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sgt dutch

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  • Birthday 09/03/1948

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  1. 17.00 from Scalehobbyist. https://www.scalehobbyist.com/catagories/Detailing_and_Weathering/AHM00004072/product.php?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIuIyFiui01QIVBARpCh3h3QsrEAYYASABEgLgI_D_BwE
  2. Welcome to the Forum. Your work so far is very well done. Looking forward to see how the model progresses.
  3. I have one. Like said it is a nice kit. There is an aftermarket cockpit for aircraft. It looks like an easy fun build.
  4. All is not lost. Go to Chukw blog. http://chukw.blogspot.com/
  5. Haven't used them. Sprue brothers has this set in stock. https://store.spruebrothers.com/product_p/edu72403.htm
  6. Too Bad Fox 3 doesn't make them anymore. Here is link that he posted on Large scale models.. http://forum.largescaleplanes.com/index.php?showtopic=36543
  7. Here is a link to a picture of the cowls. http://www.network54.com/Forum/47751/thread/1469867562/last-1469875090/(View+All+Messages+In+This+Thread)
  8. Vector make what your looking for. Sprue brothers or Ultracast stock them. I believe the cost is $60 for the set.
  9. Warrior figures was a line produced by Verlinden. They went out of business this year. The warrior figure line was bought by Squadron. Maybe you should try contacting the Squadron shop.
  10. From 1983 to 1994 is my ADC time frame. As the lead maintenance controller my experience is an Alert bird would be on for thirty days. After which it had to be pulled off alert or flown. Also the firing system and radar checks need to be done to verify that everything was okay. This is on F4's. Alert planes selection was based on several things. If an aircraft was getting close to a phase in inspection and if the inspection dock where full. One would surprised on how an aircraft just sitting there would just break. The alert crew would do this daily engine runs and checks. Yeap things just break. We had a local Alert barn. Plus a Satellite alert Det in Seymour Johnson to support. Sometime aircraft at Seymour broke hard. That would mean we would send the Alert spare to them. It was an interesting time to be in the Air Force.
  11. Doug to my knowledge was never a director at the Selfridge Museum. There have been only three directors. As I knew two of them Col Stone and Col Nigro. Spent many hours fixing the C-131 The Champagne Lady that Lou was the pilot on. Just would like to give the credit where it belongs. Since its beginning and for more than 30 years of operation, the Selfridge Military Air Museum has had only three directors. They are: Colonel Robert A. Stone (1918-1996), Musem Founder/Director 1975-1996 Lieutenant Colonel Horace O. "Mark" Bedsole (1924-2014) Director 1996-2000 Lieutenant Colonel Louis J. "Lou" Nigro (1945- ) Director 2000-Present Selfridge Museum Histroy.
  12. Modex 211 150308? Looks like the aircraft is in the Philippines for a phase inspection?
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