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  1. No idea, but the thread is 5 years old, and AFAIK he only did them in 1/48 scale. You could always send him a PM. Regards, Murph
  2. There is no scale but 1/72. 😁 Pictures here: LINK. And a previous thread on ARC about scratch building one: ANOTHER LINK. While I would certainly purchase some, I was really making a general observation. The ALE-2 was widely used during the Cold War, and I don't know of any kit that includes it. Regards, Murph.
  3. I think they would have been better served by starting with an episode focusing on their training in the States, especially considering the number of fatalities the USAAF suffered during training. I suspect the show creators felt that was too much of a cliche though, due to Band of Brothers. LINK
  4. Chris, They are flush or even slightly recessed: If you look at a high-res version of that picture, the reason some of them look black is that all of the expendables in those canisters have been dispensed, so what you're seeing there are empty dispensers. Regards, Murph
  5. AIM-7F and AIM-9M. Regards, Murph
  6. The JFS louvers weren't removed till after Desert Storm. You could use either one of the chaff/flare dispensers. The expendables would vary depending on the mission and chaff/flare availability. Regards, Murph
  7. Yes, but it's painfully obvious at the waist gun positions when that structure is missing. Regards, Murph
  8. Coming in spring of 2024. Regards, Murph
  9. The aftermarket folks don't seem to put out much for Sword kits, other than decals. Regards, Murph
  10. Looks like Airfix may be taking care of it. Regards, Murph
  11. Looking forward to this. Hopefuly it has internal structural detail molded onto the fuselage (stringers, etc...); the lack of which is my main complaint with the Hasegawa Liberators. Regards, Murph
  12. Never had an issue with their shipping. Regards, Murph
  13. Murph

    F-35A question.

    The tail turret. Regards, Murph
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