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  1. Here's a Revell 1/48 Dassault Rafale EQ in Qatari Air Force markings
  2. I'm really looking forward to these.
  3. I think that the VA-35 A-6 is on a strike mission, that looks like a Mk83 on the MER which would be a large weapon for a surface patrol mission.
  4. I believe that VMA(AW)-533 A-6 Intruders would have an MER on stations one and five with Mk20, Mk82 or Mk82 Snakeye . Station two would be a GBU-12 500lb LGB, station three would be a drop tank and station four an AGM-45 Shrike ARM. VA-35 A-6E pic from the second night of the war after a SAM hit. The AGM-84E SLAM was used by VA-75 during Desert Storm .
  5. Really looking forward to the A-6 Intruder sheet.
  6. I've built three of the new mould kits without a problem. The tolerances are quite tight . I found that the easiest way to install the cockpit was to glue the fuselage halves together then to insert it from underneath.
  7. The book has photos of 527 loaded with 28 x Mk20, another shot shows 4 x GBU-10 .
  8. Looking through the Squadron/Signal book "Intruder" page 46 shows Salty Dog 527 . It says in the accompanying text that it is composite replacement wing prototype #2 .
  9. Definitely this one https://www.airfighters.com/photo/117297/M/USA-Navy/Lockheed-S-3B-Viking/159742/
  10. How about the S-3 Viking? https://www.airfighters.com/photo/117297/M/USA-Navy/Lockheed-S-3B-Viking/159742/ https://www.airliners.net/photo/USA-Navy/Lockheed-S-3A-Viking/814566 https://www.airliners.net/photo/USA-Navy/Lockheed-S-3A-Viking/1548250?qsp=eJxtjTEOwjAQBP9ydRpsESF3pKGEgg%2BczgtYCol1viJRlL9jEomKbjWz2l1IxsEw2X3OoEAFrPKihjIrvwuFhTipKD%2Bs45Jkr52cPzY/ccEA/a8oeNe6Csqo1s31ILLhLIJsiLTzq0boV6HI9vysO4caoLctk28rj6nknrcNGKee1vUD7NI%2BoA%3D%3D
  11. Thanks for the kind words, the paint used was Hataka.
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