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Glynn Jacobs

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About Glynn Jacobs

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  • Birthday 06/07/1958

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    Mesquite, TX via South Louisiana Bayou!

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  1. Hi Fer, Good to hear from you! I hope all is well! I will contact you soon. Take Care, Glynn
  2. Oh, I should include a 1/72nd scale late UH-1N from the Marine Corps with all the lumps and bumps and weps. Looks like NOBODY will produce a resin update set for the decent Italeri kit, so.......! WARDOG
  3. Domo-arigato, Lance-San! Thank You for the excellent info and the quick response! I had taken the pylon off the sprues and put it in the "Not used parts" box and forgotten about it! Glad I was able to remember where it was! I'll definitely put the info to good use! Appreciated it, WARDOG
  4. I would also like a new 1/72nd; HH-3 Jolly Green CH-54A Tarhe and, HH-3F Italian Air Force S.A.R. bird. WARDOG
  5. Anybody know where to find pictures of or what type pylon is carried by the Marine Corps Harrier? I am building a 72nd scale bird and would like to include a Lantirn pod on the centerline. Any help is appreciated, WARDOG
  6. WOW! I just MIGHT have to have a kit and a set of those decals!
  7. Thank You for the enlightenment!
  8. Looks more like a captive French Air-to-Air missile used in ACM. I can't remember the missile type but it is used in ACM by removing the fins. WARDOG
  9. Hi Roy, How are things going? I don't have any spares to help you out because I am also using the Hasegawa pilots I have on my SH-3H AEW and my SH-2G builds but yes, the Hasegawa UH-60s also have the same basic pilots (plus two door gunners and four infantryman). As my Old Friend Dutch says, the PJ Rescue Crews also make for some good-looking pilots and crew. I have a few of those for my Hobby Boss/Hasegawa hybrid SH-60 build and they certainly fit the bill! Take Care, WARDOG
  10. Hmm.....looking at the fuselage color leads me to believe this is an Army Black Hawk, not a Navy SH-60. That being said, I can't see why an aircraft that would be exposed to salty sea air WOULDN'T have some kind of protective coating on those parts. WARDOG
  11. OK, Hoops. I see there are some specific parts that you need from the Italeri sheet. Doing well and hope you guys are also. Take Care, Glynn
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