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Everything posted by Biggles81

  1. Hi Kursad, I note you only have two pentagons for the TNI-AD Apache. I have attached a photo that shows a third on the underside between the wings. I hope its not too late to add to the artwork.
  2. Lovely an AAAvn Corps Foxtrot. Another must get....
  3. A nice choice there - I will be getting one.
  4. It's common across many Commonwealth countries, not just Britain and Canada. The Air Force and Navy are "Royal", but whilst there are many Regiments and Corps which are Royal (eg the Royal Australian Regiment was one example) the Army is just that eg "The Australian Army" or the "New Zealand Army". On top of that Aviation Corps are generally not amongst the "Royal" Corps eg the Army Aviation Corps (AAC) in Britain which fly the Apache, and the Australian Army Aviation Corps (AAAVn).
  5. Oh very nice Kursad, looking forward to some RAAF subjects - hopefully some P2V-5 options as well as the SP-2Hs.
  6. The resin looks very Wolfpackish - I wonder if it was a contract - we may yet see a conversion from them.
  7. Kursad, I have to agree with Ray, some ordinary line jets in the later schemes, and especially with the recent large mission scoreboards, would be more welcome than the special schemes to be honest. Bring em on!
  8. Obviously the Surface Finisher was not that vigilant...(boom boom)
  9. Well firstly a Hornet appropriate left handed Litening Pod and the appropriate adaptor fairing to allow it to be mounted to the left hand cheek station on the Hornet. That is a major gap in both kit and aftermarket for a modern US Marine, RAAF and Spanish Hornet. See here for an example: http://asian-defence-news.blogspot.com/2015/10/northrop-grumman-to-continue-logistics.html Just my 2c.
  10. Ah but Ray, I am not at home these days.
  11. I think the time zones will work in your favour on this one Andrew. I just hope they last longer than 2 hours this time.
  12. Oh goody, credit card locked and loaded. Ken
  13. Very nice, there will be a couple being ordered here.
  14. Just thinking the same thing myself. Very curious about the options for this one.
  15. Guess you were vindicated despite the naysayers Calum. Cheers, Ken
  16. Biggles81


    More likely Iraq, Trudeau withdraw the RCAF from ops over Syria when he was elected. Still very much current Ops in the Middle East.
  17. Oh yes! Looking forward to some of these beauties.
  18. Also you would need the early F3/F4 style tail for the PR10 and the combination you have described above leaves you short that one crucial piece. Just my thoughts, take them as you will.
  19. Glad you like it and will consider it for a sheet. I am sure Alex can add more info too when the time comes.
  20. Hi Kursad, Just wanted to reinforce why you need to do a TNI AU T-33A on one of your upcoming sheets thanks to a rare blue sky day. They have a pretty cool scheme, although the preserved one varies slightly from the in-service shots, note serial TS 3333 on the preserved aircraft when the inservice shot shows it as J 3333 when in East Timor in the 1970s or 80s.
  21. Kursad, I sincerely hope that you are considering a TNI-AU subject for a future T-33. I have one at my workplace which is close in appearance to their time in service but not authentic. This link has some useful information though: http://garudamiliter.blogspot.co.id/2013/07/t-33a-awalnya-bukan-pesawat-tempur.html Note the camouflage giving the appearance of a shark, an interesting subject although the kit will need a gun nose which I understand GWH may not be including. Cheers, Ken
  22. I assume you are saying I just wish we could see both outer pylons. If so they are fitted on both pylon even if not visible in this photo.
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