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    Helsinki, Finland
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    British rock, cars, biking, golf, triathlon, good movies, wines, beers & whiskies. Modeling wise: Russian jet aircrafts and products of the Grumman Iron Works in hi-viz. Both naturally in 1/72 scale.

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  1. I know many people don't like it with everything opened up but I really do. Wonderful job!
  2. Thanks for your insights, Gabor! Very unfortunate they messed up with these details.
  3. Been reading a lot about the program lately. Dug up all my books about the subject. So, although I think I know "everything", it still feels surreal so many years has passed. And we never went back.
  4. Awesome! I really like it! Perfect job with the weathering.
  5. Oh, you're quite wrong, sir. The planes might be based in Hungary, but since they are operated and paid also by several European nations - including Finland - that's the only scheme I'm interested in. Okay I might have a more special connection with this unit since I've visited the base, have got some unit related memorabilia and even the Revell kit I have is a gift from a guy who was working there as an officer. 1/144 is not my favourite scale, nor C-17 my favourite cargo plane, but if I'll ever get to actually build this kit, it will be with Heavy Airlift Wing markings.
  6. Looking good! Shame about the ear infection. It really sucks. Don't ask me how I know, but I hope she's already better.
  7. I too got bored a long time ago. Just way too little substance.
  8. Most impressive! I too have followed this from time to time, but the end result really succeeded to blow my mind! Would have needed a banana for scale although even without it I can imagine it's enormous size. 🍌
  9. She was not only the first Hornet pilot in the FinAF, but also the highest ranking female officer in our armed forces. Now she's the commander of the Fighter Squadron 31, known for its famous lynx emblem that once sported the tails of MiG-21bis. Way to go, Inka! https://yle.fi/uutiset/osasto/news/finnish_air_force_names_first_woman_as_fighter_squadron_commander/10519022
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