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  1. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 I actually really don't care. I just find the seesaw between "I build for me and don't care about accuracy" and then changing stuff that's wrong when people call you out on it entertaining as all hell 🤣
  2. The top mounted FLIR is correct for the SH-60B, MH-60R, and HH-60H...not the MH-60S. So "right" is a point of view. But I digress. So let me get this straight...you gave them your design...and now you're pissed they copied it? What did you think was going to happen? That's just naive and hilarious. Good luck with that. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 < smileys for upbeat tone >
  3. BWAHAHAHAHAHA are you serious? The MH-60S has been in service for years in multiple configurations that have been thoroughly documented...several of which shown in the picture will probably be available in different issues of the coming kit. I *highly* doubt Kitty Hawk said "hey, let's copy this random nobody's model build" when there are tons of actual legitimate and accurate references out there...such as...um...the real helicopter? If they truly *copied* your build they would have put the FLIR turret on the wrong side too lol. Just a *wee* bit full of ourselves aren't we 🤣🤣🤣
  4. Syndi shouldn't eat that much chocolate...diabeetus can really take a toll on someone her age combined with her high blood pressure, heart disease, and obesity.
  5. The hinges "work just as the real ones do"...ok they open and close. You're nowhere in the neighborhood even close to an actual correct folding rotor head though. As CrazyGlueSniffer posted there's more than just hinge action in the folding. There's movement of the entire hinge mount on each blade as well as rotation. Yellow line is the centerline of the rotor head arm...red is the centerline of the hinge and mount assembly. It moves. Left and right. Blue line is the top of the rotor head arm...green is the top of the hinge and mount assembly. It moves. Up and down. Orange is th
  6. 1/35 HH-60H Rescue Hawk CSAR/SEAL platform converted from Army UH-60 Black Hawk variant Construction: -started May 2014 and completed September 2015 -parts from 6 Academy 1/35 MH-60 Black Hawk/Knight Hawk donor kits -detailed with parts from multiple Eduard MH-60G, UH-60L, and MH-60S photoetched brass sets -detailed with Grandt Line bolt heads, True Details Resin couplers, and Meng bolt heads throughout -airframe surface details composed of Archer Fine Transfers rivets, Verlinden phototetched brass fasteners, and Lion Roar photoetched brass screw heads -Cobra Company resin intakes -re
  7. I agree. Nice to see racing in it's appropriate setting. Unlike some people who go 82 in a 65 then complain about the cop giving them a ticket.
  8. I just saved $25 by waiting until the pictures are online instead of buying the cd that will *eventually* be released
  9. :wub: Pretty sure Aaron didn't say he was leading the group build and was just outlining his contribution...see bold and italicized part above.
  10. QUOTE I've worked on getting the kit, decals and base donated for this project already. Aaron is building a donated Viper as part of the group build that will be put on a base and auctioned off to help Matt's family...where did you get that someone "is donating kits for us to build?" Really?
  11. I saw the same thing online as well and actually talked to someone Sunday morning after I got on base that went through this...from what he said it was limited to only a few individuals managing parking in the Red Lot (off Las Vegas Blvd.). I had no issues in the Blue lot (off Speedway Blvd.) and actually got on base early from that side on both days.
  12. Sorry that was a rhetorical "you" for everyone trying to use your perspective quote Gregg...I think it's bed time LOL
  13. Hey...you could have NO airshows AT ALL. Just sayin'.
  14. Thanks Ken! Thanks Ivan! Thanks Ken...been having fun thinking outside the box composition wise!
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