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  1. They've been replaced by stealthy UAVs: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lockheed_Martin_RQ-170_Sentinel https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northrop_Grumman_RQ-180
  2. It is at Tinker, right next to the E-6 complex.
  3. I don't know anything about Spitfires but the folks over on Britmodeller (being British) seem to have a wealth of knowledge on the Spit.
  4. Thank you sir! I was chasing some photo proof of this but it was proving harder than I thought to locate so your info is very welcome.
  5. Question on the sheet. I was really wanting to do "Ironbird" but the tail number in the description is 56-3295 and the number on the artwork is ...265. I was looking for a reference photo to see what style of refueling probe was used but can't find a reference photo of searching for either tail and now I confused as to which number is correct.
  6. Facebook is too (to?) active determining what content my sensitive eyes can be exposed to for my taste.
  7. It seems the US based forums (here and Hyperscale) are pretty slow these days but pop over to Britmodeller and there is always a ton of traffic.
  8. Facebook has a terrible interface and I feel the noise :value ratio leans heavily towards noise. Forums are for serious discussion, Facebook is for Marketplace and that's about it.
  9. According to reports his parachute became entangled with the ski ramp. You can see it in the video at the very end. I'm guessing he was recovered hanging off the bow of the ship. Sounds pretty terrifying but maybe not as much as getting run over by the ship.
  10. Good deal. I love dealing with their customer service. Makes my purchases of used Tamiya kits off Ebay much less nerve wracking.
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