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  1. Hi Reedoak made a cold war era russian civilian truck driver, that can be used on the side of an Ural or Kamaz truck, on an airfield. Available in multiple scales, as usual. Cheers Norbert
  2. Hi Reedoak made a cold war era russian civilian truck driver, that can be used on the side of an Ural or Kamaz truck, on an airfield. Available in multiple scales, as usual. Cheers Norbert
  3. Yes, it's realy a little detail : when the HGU-55 was first delivered, most of them had the old cast bayonet receiver. It is the device where the mask is attached to the helmet, on each helmet side. you see it under the visor strap : However, the lightweight bayonet receiver slowly replaced the cast receiver, so with the years, it tended to replace the old style of receivers, except on the blue angels helmets. So even if it's a tiny detail, we made both versions that you see here on a US Navy HGU-55 (rigtht)and USAF HGU-55(left) In the early 2000s, the navy HGU-55 was the
  4. Hi, Hope you all had a nice day In addition to the Tomcat pilots of the 81 à 89s time frame, here are the versions for the next years : 89 to 98 approximatively, new HGU-55 helmet, which is still equiped with the old style cast bayonet receiver 98 to 2004 approximatively, the HGU-55 has now the lightweight bayonet receiver Yes, it is not a big difference... cheers Norbert
  5. Hi The version of our US Navy standing pilot #2 is now ready, this time with visor up : on the right on the last picture cheers Norbert
  6. Hello ! The version of the modern US Navy standing pilot #2, this time without leg garters, is now ready too. So the same figure, visor down, pulling gloves, open survival vest, but no ejection seat leg straps Cheers Norbert
  7. Reedoak offers also all his helicopter crews in 1/32, as all his carrier deck crews in 1/35. However, if you use 1/35 scale figures in the neighborhood, it will probably be better to go 1/35
  8. Hi we decided to offer the modern US navy wheel chocks we designed a long time ago, as I wanted some in 1/18 scale for myself, and they can also be usefull for some 1/35 helicopter models In addition, we took the opportunity to offer them in other scales, like 1/32 and 1/48. in 1/18 : in 1/35 : Cheers Norbert
  9. Hi we decided to offer the modern US navy wheel chocks we designed a long time ago, as I wanted some in 1/18 scale for myself, and they can also be usefull for some 1/35 helicopter models In addition, we took the opportunity to offer them in other scales, like 1/32 or 1/48. in 1/18 : in 1/35 : Cheers Norbert
  10. Hi We made a second standing modern US Navy fighter pilot, this time with open survival vest. The visor down version with leg garters is ready, but we will make also other versions without leg garters and visor up. So, that's the guy on the left on the picture : I will show the other versions when they come cheers Norbert
  11. Here you have the choice of different scales : http://reedoak.com/#!/Modern-USA/c/13281246. Once the scale choosen, you will find the figures on several pages. More up, at www.reedoak.com, you will find the new products, and the figures classified by country or thematic, and then by scale
  12. Hello, Our next figures are a US Navy pilot and RIO for the colourfull 81-89 era, with HGU-33 helmets and MBU-14 mask... they are equipped to fit a F-14, partialy an intruder (pilote only) or a corsair II if we do not look to close to the leg garters.. As usual, we do them in 1/72, 1/48 and 1/32 scale We do also 2 versions of each, visor up or down : and here is how they look in the Tamiya F-14 in 1/48 scale: Cheers Norbert
  13. Hello, hope everybody is fine ! We made a first russian seated fighter pilot in our usual different scales, in summer flight suit. in 1/48 : and in 1/32 However, in 1/32, we find out there are some relatively big sizes difference between the different trumpeter cockpits, so we went to a realistic pose. Some changes on the sticks positions may be necessary depending to the model Cheers Norbert
  14. yes, if I find their specific flight suit and garrison hat...
  15. hello ! after the standing photographer, we have the same, kneeling, depicted shooting some flight deck scene : cheers Norbert
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