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Mark S.

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  1. Gents: Spraying the aluminum and graphite is really easy. I've used it on several builds and I'm now experimenting with a version of it for the F-35B paint scheme which is similar. Jim are you ready to Beta Test it for me? Mark S. Wolfpak Decals
  2. Wolfpak Sheet 72-047, Mr. Bones Neighborhood has a F-100C in SEA from the Colorado ANG. Additionally all you need to do is ask for those subjects in 1/72 scale that you would like to see. I do more line jets than billboard jets. Mark S. Wolfpak Decals
  3. There's also B-26K's on Wolfpak Decals sheet 72-039 and a Farm Gate B-26B on sheet 72-040. Mark S. Wolfpak Decals
  4. Gents: I will be there selling decals. Mark S. Wolfpak Decals
  5. You need to search under: ore boat models. They are usually in 1/87th, HO or 1/60th, N scale. They are often part of model railroad layouts. Mark S.
  6. Here's an article on the RQ-4B Block 30. Looks like they have problems. http://www.businessweek.com/news/2011-06-06/pentagon-says-northrop-s-global-hawk-drone-isn-t-effective-.html
  7. There are 3 Blocks of RQ-4B: Block 20 - same sensors as the RQ-4A or Block 10 which had the shorter wing. Block 30 - unknown sensors but probably ELINT Block 40 - SAR radar Last year they announced that the BLK 40 order was being cut from 22 to 11. Now we have termination of Blk 30. That still leaves all the aircraft that have been made to date. Seems to me even with the elimination of the Blk 30 you will still have the BLKs 10, 20 and 40 aircraft. Has anything been said about their fate? Mark
  8. Gents: Here is an excerpt for the instruction sheet about the C-130 Dave has mentioned: Our alternate subject is part of the 133rd Airlift Wing (AW) and is shown as it appeared on 11 September 2001. On the morning of that fateful day our subject was leaving Washington, D.C. using the call sigh GOPHER 06. On 9/11 the crew had taken off from Andrews AFB, Md. near Washington D.C. after completing a normal mission to the Caribbean. The flight was going smoothly as the plane flew over the Mall, passing famous sites like the White House and Arlington Cemetery, and crossing the Potomac River
  9. Gents: I take requests. What would you like to see in the future? Mark S.
  10. Gents: Going to try and get started on a two conversion kits for the RC-135 series after the first of the year. Have a technical issue with one of them which needs resolved before I can complete it. Mark S. Spectre Resins
  11. Gents: Decals are in, website updated and the buttons are hot! Once again thanks for a good year. Mark S.
  12. Wonder if this mistake and the Skunkmodels MQ-9 mistake are the result of using the same design firm? The engineering question is: Doesn't anyone check drawings? Hopefully ROG will see this as an opportunity to down scale their 1/48th scale F-15E. Mark S.
  13. Gents: I made a mistake in the original post and have corrected it. The price of sheet 72-053 is $12.00 not $17.00. Mark
  14. Gents: Here are the sheets of the December 2011 release from Wolfpak Decals. Should be out later this month. Sheet 72-052 - $17.00 F-100C of the 127th TFS Kansas ANG with bright red markings. F-16C triple MIG Killer from the 31st FW at Aviano A-10A with alternate markings for an A-10C from the 175th WG Maryland ANG. The A-10A has a kill marking for a Coyote it hit at Davis-Monthan AFB. F-4D of the 417th TFS at Holloman AFB C-130E of the 29th Weapons squadron C-130H from the Minnesota ANG. The crew of this aircraft saw the 9-11 attack on the Pentagon while in flight and was later
  15. Bad dirt! Here's the material that those cliffs are made from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diatomaceous_earth Mark S.
  16. Dave: Saw this book noted in the new books section of AFA's magazine last night. Should have everything you need: http://www.schifferbooks.com/newschiffer/book_template.php?isbn=9780764337512 Jennings: The late 50's and early 60's seems to have been an era in SAC when all photography on the flightlines was forbidden. Difficult to find photos of any SAC aircraft from that period other than the standard PR ones and an occasional one from an open house or air show. Try finding a B-52D from the 509th in silver over white. Mark S.
  17. Last I heard he was here waiting to be inducted. http://polkafame.com/ Mark S.
  18. Gents: Decals are in and buttons are hot! Mark S. Wolfpak Decals
  19. Tank: Thanks! I forgot to post in this sub-forum. Are there any subjects you would like to see done? Mark S. Wolfpak Decals
  20. Rex: The "NP" on the instruction sheet should be "VK." It's correct on the decal sheet but in using previous instruction sheet artwork to draw up this one I forgot to change the tail code. Thanks for the catch. BTW the correct artwork is now posted. Mark S.
  21. JackMan: The canopy rail decals are purposely long so you need to trim them for the Monogram kit. I try to design the decals to work on most kits. The exception is the ESCI RF-4C kit which has a tail larger than any other Phantom kit in 1/72 scale. Murph: Thanks for posting the sequence of the kills and the jets. I personally find it interesting that the crews were rated in both versions of the Phantom. Anyone else out there besides ChessireCat that would like more Chu Lai jets? Best Regards, Mark S. Wolfpak Decals
  22. Gents: Here is the October release from Wolfpak: Sheet 72-050 F-15A or TF-15A from Det. 1 of the 57 FWW at Luke AFB. These jets are in the early Air Superiority Blue scheme and the write-up features Loadouts that include the air-to-ground stores tested on these jets. A big thank you to the pilots assigned to Det. 1 for their assistance in the write-up. A-7D - Oklahoma ANG NA-1G – A spad in predominately Navy colors. A-7D, 23rd TFW in a SEA wrap-around scheme. KA-3B from VAQ-34. This aircraft flew with both the early and late style noses. C-27J from he 179th at Mansfield, Ohio.
  23. Brendon:

    Would you send the photo you have?

    Mark

  24. Gents: Nothing really new I have been using this technology for the Spectre Resins products since I started. Hopefully I'll have the time to draw up a few new releases this fall. Mark S. Spectre Resins/Wolfpak Decals
  25. In other words these posts are written in stone? How appropriate. Wonder if a thousand years from now some anthropology student will be using this thread in his or her's thesis on early internet social interaction? Think we should have a group video with all the main posters standing around the old stone guy with cheesey grins waving to the camera.
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