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  1. Rafale with GBU-24 on the c/l: returning after the mission, what are the pods on the wing pylons: Jari
  2. But bombs could still be carried in the fwd bay: Jari
  3. Check the bottom of this Page to see a tank in the forward bay: https://www.daytonipms.org/b-1b-lancer Jari
  4. Here s a front view of one getting some bombs in Korea: Jari
  5. Single pods can be seen on F-4Ds in this video, along with LGBs: https://www.criticalpast.com/video/65675071240_Mark-84-Laser-Guided-Bombs_Ubon-Royal-Thai-Air-Force-Base_F-4D_Electronic-countermeasures-pod Jari
  6. Not full sized drawings but parts, with dimensions can be found in this manual: http://www.avialogs.com/viewer/avialogs-documentviewer.php?id=4186 Jari
  7. Here is a look inside the bomb bay of a B-26 in Korea: note what looks like a fuel tank in the forward section of the bay. Here is the link for the site: http://images.google.com/hosted/life/2cefbb47f993d3c3.html more images of the B-26 can be found by clicking the thumbnail under Related images, just keep on clicking as there are several scattered in there. Jari
  8. Here is one, judge for yourself which paint to use: Jari
  9. Not much of a weathering view but a good idea of what this Hornet is carrying: Jari
  10. Here are some adapted to fit on 14" hooks: Jari
  11. Finn


    You might find the info in this document: https://www.docdroid.net/aVV9wzP/history-of-the-gam-87-skybolt-missile.pdf Jari
  12. Even practice weapons were used as the one on the right is carrying a practice bomb rack: June 1967 in the Med Jari
  13. 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
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