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  1. Not much of a weathering view but a good idea of what this Hornet is carrying: Jari
  2. Here are some adapted to fit on 14" hooks: Jari
  3. Finn


    You might find the info in this document: https://www.docdroid.net/aVV9wzP/history-of-the-gam-87-skybolt-missile.pdf Jari
  4. Even practice weapons were used as the one on the right is carrying a practice bomb rack: June 1967 in the Med Jari
  5. Rob another reference point to get a measurement from would be the lugs, they were either 14in apart, for bombs under 1000lbs or 30in for bombs larger than 1000lb (usually). If you have a nice side view of a bomb and the lugs are seen then you can get a close enough measurement. Jari
  6. Rob, here is one being put together: https://www.criticalpast.com/video/65675065169_USS-Ticonderoga_mount-fin-on-1000-pound-bomb_aviation-ordnance-man_push-into-elevator Jari
  7. You might find the info here: http://www.recordsofwar.com/vietnam/usmc/VMA - 311.htm Jari
  8. Of course you could always go with 1 and 2: Jari
  9. On pg27 of the reader in this manual the D tail is shown with dimensions: http://www.avialogs.com/viewer/avialogs-documentviewer.php?id=4186 but other info on the F is there as well. Jari
  10. You might find a pic in one of these walkarounds: https://www.cybermodeler.com/aircraft/su-25/su-25_all.shtml Jari
  11. Try one of these manuals: http://www.avialogs.com/index.php/en/aircraft/usa/vought/f4ucorsair.html Jari
  12. Not SP but how about some Mavericks: Jari
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