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Jabba29

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  1. They did carry them in the mid to late 80s. When RAF Alconbury's runway was closed for repairs they were based at RAF Wyton for the duration of and they used to taxi past our Sqn office window with the pod fitted to the centre line.
  2. Will you be making a B-52G kit with these updated parts or was the kit that you made the only one that you are going to make? I ask as I would like to get a kit of a B-52G, and if you are going to make an updated one I will wait for that
  3. Am happy to wait for some thing that I know will be correct.
  4. RAF Jaguars used an inline adapter not a side by side one, so the French ones are no good. I am not sure but I have a feeling that the Airfix Jaguar may have had this adapter in it when it was first issued with the pointy nose. I am not so sure about the later kit.
  5. I have not even got that far as yet.
  6. I would agree that the Meng kit is a bit of a difficult build as I am having a trying time with one at the moment.
  7. So far so good, but I have only put a few bits together. I will let you how things progress when I have more done.
  8. That does sound interesting. Any Desert Storm aircraft included?
  9. Thanks for that it does actually confirm what I was thinking, after seeing various other jet aircraft look similar to this in that they have the airframe colour for part of the intake and then the rest being white.
  10. I am making the Meng F-106 and would like to know the colour of the full intake trunking. The kit instructions state the same as the whole airframe (ADC Grey), but would just like confirmation.
  11. I do not know about US Army Chinooks, but in the RAF we could fit mini guns to the front right and left windows and have the M240D on the ramp. If you can find some pictures of RAF Chinooks being used in the Gulf War 1991 by the Special Forces flight they may show them. The had tubes mounted by the guns to catch the spent cartridges. This combination has been used in many Operations post the Gulf one, or some sort of variation of it. Have a look here. https://www.aviationphotocompany.com/p934046062/h35de1aa2#h35de1aa2
  12. Any CH-46Es but especially the brown schemed ones that were used in the Gulf War 1991 in either 1/72 or 1/48.
  13. Thanks for that. I am looking to make one of the TARPs aircraft as I have all that I want for that apart for the markings.
  14. Thanks for the information. That would be my second option, but my preferred scale is 1/72
  15. Sorry to jump onto this thread, but I have been looking for 1/72 decals for a line VF-32 Tomcat from this time period. I can find decals for the CAG aircraft and markings for before and post this time period but not for Desert Storm. If anyone can help I will be very grateful.
  16. Second the Art Model kit.
  17. F-dcal do a sheet for the 72 Series, but that is all. It would however be nice to have a sheet including the SARIGUE aircraft.
  18. Especially if there are some Desert Storm aircraft that have not been done before.
  19. Battle Damage Repair. Used as old disused aircraft for training in this art rather than an in use aircraft.
  20. The Revell kit is the Airfix/Heller kit reboxed.
  21. Looking forward to this sheet.
  22. Second that thought. Please include some from Op Falconer (Australian Op Iraqi Freedom).
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