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  1. I would think it was close to British Interior green. Just a thought. Cheers Itch
  2. The USAAF/USAF oxygen bottles were yellow during WW II and Korea. After which they went to the national standard green. I will assume it was the same for the USN. Cheers Itch
  3. Holmes said "one way to deal with those blooming Spammers !!" Great bit, and oldie but a goodie and something we all have wanted to do to them. Cheers. Itch
  4. I, like most of my contemporaries, started in 1/72nd and as I got older and vision was not quite as acute I moved to 1/48th. Then about 20 years ago I started 1/32nd, I haven't abandoned 1/48th just branching out a bit. On a lark I built the 1/24th Airfix Hurricane and enjoyed that (may do more in the future). I haen't built anything in about 15 years but plan on getting back into after I retire in 2 years. May even go over to the dark side and build some 1/35th armor. Love the looks of the M-10, Achilles, M18 and armored cars. Cheers , Itch
  5. Steve, They are mirrors to check and see if the gears are down or munitions / tanks are released. Cheers Itch
  6. OH SURE, not only are you a fantastic modeler, now you're a published author! 😁 All kidding aside really beautiful work, I may take up knitting as a hobby. Cheers Itch
  7. The Cornfield Bomber, it belly landed pilotless, was recovered, repaired and returned to service. It now resides in the AF Museum in Dayton OH Cheers Itch
  8. John, WOW just WOW, words are insufficient to describe your work. Cheers, Itch
  9. John, Fantastic as always. Details are phenomenal. Cheers, Itch
  10. Damn, this just keeps getting better and better. Phenomenal work. I think I need to find another hobby. Cheers Itch
  11. During the late 60's when we could we carried the twin mount mostly to RP 6 and sometimes 5. Cheers Itch
  12. Nice shots, thanks. Cheers Itch
  13. Another note, depending on how early it was manufactured it may have the main gears doors open on the ground. Itch
  14. ES Don't know the thinking but the Russians used red (and white) stars as far back as WWII. And as you stated probably Socialist victory over the imperialist. Cheers Itch
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