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  1. One of the big advantages of CSWs are their ease of employment. Get in the LAR and hit the pickle button. Regards, Murph
  2. B-52H fuselage wheel wells are primarily gray FS #16473 with some elements remaining in interior green. The wing wheel wells are usually yellow zinc chromate; although, some aircraft appear to have them repainted gray. Regards, Murph
  3. Got mine last week. Very nice. Regards, Murph
  4. This. They also have a host of other resin corrections and additions for the Bone. Regards, Murph
  5. For the D model the primary cockpit color was black. The seats could be either interior green or dark gull gray, depending on the timeframe. Regards, Murph
  6. Had the first Pfizer shot in January and the second in February resulting in nothing more than a mildly sore arm. Regards, Murph
  7. It's great to see those Mk-82s with BSU-86 fins done in 72 scale. I'll definitely be picking up some of those. Regards, Murph
  8. I'm a huge fan of the Gunze Aqueous paints. I thin them with plain old rubbing alcohol and do not put a primer coat down first. I've never had an issue with them peeling when I mask over them. Regards, Murph
  9. Just an observation, my father-in-law and mother-in-law both died within the past thirteen months. They had detailed, precise wills and there have been no disputes amongst the children about anything, but the lawyers are still sorting through the details while the children wait for the estate paperwork to be settled. Bottom line; it isn't a short process even in the best case. In Mark's case, Mill Creek Consultants covered not just his decal and resin ranges but also was the umbrella for his professional engineering services, so there's an added layer of complexity for the family to work th
  10. I would post pictures, but the boards seem a bit weird about that right now.
  11. Some of the Bitburg jets were MSIP by that point, none of the CR jets were though. As you mentioned, the chaff/flare mod was separate from MSIP, and started around 1987 or 1988. By the time Desert Storm came around, most (probably all) active duty Eagles had the chaff/flare dispensers installed, and I would be shocked if they deployed a jet for Desert Shield/Storm without those fitted. Regards, Murph
  12. In Desert Storm they dropped some inert GBU-12s on Iraqi equipment that the Iraqis had purposely placed close to cultural monuments. Regards, Murph
  13. I would imagine the list of good points was very short. Regards, Murph
  14. R.I.P. Mark. He was a good friend and will be missed. Regards, Murph
  15. Gilligan begs to differ. Regards, Murph
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