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  1. I believe it was a single also like what 11bee said. IIRC they used the AGM-65D for that load out.
  2. I wonder if those are sized the same as the one the Wi ANG use on the tail.
  3. https://www.airfighters.com/photo/243137/M/USA-Air-Force/General-Dynamics-F-16C-Fighting-Falcon/90-0709/
  4. Try using a really fine drill bit. That works some times
  5. I used gum wrappers before that seem to work good for me at least
  6. Try this one https://www.hannants.co.uk/product/FBD48063?result-token=gt0gc it says it sized for the ZM kit but I believe it would work on the Has kit with no problem.
  7. I think it’s 90-0709 from what I can tell by the serial number. Kind blurry from the pics I can find on FB. Nice find!
  8. I don’t beleive so. I know there’s at least one at Shaw and there’s multiple ANG units that have jet painted up in it.
  9. pretty much all the marking for all the 432nd tactical fighter wing options in that kit minus the stencils.
  10. I’m looking for the Hasegawa kit 06104 Decal sheet. PM me if you got it and we can work out the terms. Thanks!
  11. Ah makes sense now. Thank you.
  12. Are Greek F-4E’s comparable with IRIS-T? Don’t know why else they are making a mold for them with this kit if not. Maybe a Greek version is in the works?
  13. Furball has a sheet in stock that would work https://www.furballaero-design.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=48-016
  14. Do you think you could add some danish F-35A’s to the sheet? https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=3703337326359441&id=145237522169457 these jets will actually get a little bit of color to them. edit: did a little more digging and found a better source for the info. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=3703337326359441&id=145237522169457
  15. No problem. I found that out via scramble magazine on FB. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=3703337326359441&id=145237522169457
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