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  1. 1/72 B-52 wing box fix

    At one point somebody offered a resin wing box with the cuts already made, sorry can't remember who. IIRC, there was an issue of Fine Scale Modeler that had a build with diagrams on how to alter the kit item. Regards, Murph
  2. Wolfpak December 2017 Release

    Besides doing the kit decals, Two Bobs has released a new sheet covering every operational B-2 airframe. Regards, Murph
  3. I've been using Imgur since Photobucket went to the Dark Side. Regards, Murph
  4. Wolfpak December 2017 Release

    The 87 FTS is still flying the T-38. Regards, Murph
  5. "MiG/ Su Killer" GB

    Actually, what would be interesting are SU-27s with MiG-29 kills. Regards, Murph
  6. F-111E armament options

    The F-84, F-86, F-100, F-101, F-104, F-105, F-16, F2H, FJ-4, A-1, A-4, A-7, and F-18 have all been tasked with nuke strike at some point in their lives, primarily in their single seat models for those that had a two seater version, while several of them only came in single seat versions. Then there were the single seat F-102 and F-106s that carried air to air nukes Regards, Murph
  7. britmodeller forums

    I blame Brexit.
  8. F-35 news roundup

    So the Canadian gubbimint can't figure out how to replace the F-18, but they can spend time and effort on this. Gotta have priorities.
  9. My buddy got his wings 😢

    Sorry to hear that; it's the hard part of owning a dog. Try to keep the good times you had with him in mind during the days ahead. Regards, Murph
  10. Tamiya Releasing 1/72 Ki-61

    Link to Twitter with pictures of test shot.
  11. FB-111A - Pictures and Armament?

    Live B43s were gloss white. LINK The war plans were drawn up with very tight TOTs. If somebody had to reattack or divert to an alternate target, all bets were off for deconfliction with follow on strikes. As several public accounts have mentioned, many of the fighter strike routes were designed with just enough fuel to get the aircraft out of the blast radius of the weapon, and then the pilot would have to eject after running out of fuel and walk home. There is a book written by Phil Rowe (a retired B-58 DSO) called At The Klaxon's Call which is a fictional account of a B-58 crew during a nuclear exchange with the Soviet Union in mid-60s. It's not terribly well written, but still interesting. Regards, Murph
  12. Wolfpak December 2017 Release

    For those that hate clicking on links:
  13. FB-111A - Pictures and Armament?

    It's a Bone down in the weeds. Can't believe somebody hadn't posted that already. Regards, Murph
  14. 'New' 1/72 Academy F-100D... which plastic in the box?

    Haydn is a poster over at Britmodeler. He kit bashed some resin intakes and was kind enough to send copies to me. Regards, Murph
  15. Model Collect B-2

    Previous thread AFAIK, it's still not out. Regards, Murph
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