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  1. Does anyone know what the color is for the pale blue used in the current JASDF C-130H scheme? Is it the same as that used on the U-125A? Thanks!
  2. Not sure if this is the correct forum or not for posting this, so if not, Moderators, please let me know. The comment/question came up in another forum on ARC a while back, and out of respect to the specific forum, I will not post a response there. However, I did want to respond to the comment to state that a couple of the special tail art schemes for the C-17 have recently become available in decal form: https://www.shopdrawdecal.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=44-C17-20 https://www.shopdrawdecal.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=44-C17-21 As well as an older one that has been out for a while: https://www.shopdrawdecal.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=44-C17-16
  3. Per this discussion, it seems at least one Israeli Phantom had fixed slats:
  4. No worries, I was trying to play well with others... This C-133 would be quite colorful, but all that color would have to be painted:
  5. Please do, I am curious, as this is not a thread in the Caracal page...
  6. Yes, due to the size of the stencil elements, the 1/72 decals are broken into two sets, but the 1/144 ones are a single sheet. The more decal options there are available, the better for the hobby.
  7. Just as an FYI, there is a sheet available for ANG C-124s from DRAW Decal: https://www.shopdrawdecal.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=44-C124-1
  8. Based on the appearance in this photo, am I safe in the assumption that 1:1 F-35s are now painted overall in one gray (no more light grey tape on all the raised seam areas), with the exception of the leading and trailing edges of the horizontal stabs? http://www.airliners.net/photo/USA-Air-Force/Lockheed-Martin-F-35A-Lightning-II/5427525/L
  9. That's what the Navy has done with the P-8A fleet. Two aircraft in each squadron have tailcodes and squadron logos. The remaining aircraft have no unit markings, only the aircraft numbers/Bu Nos
  10. I believe Welsh Models is planning to release a 1/144 KC-767/KC-46 kit in the future. Should have a vacuform fuselage with the rest in resin (but I am not certain on that breakdown). Welsh offers a 767-200 fuselage (vacuform) for converting the Revell kit.
  11. Are the line drawings in the revised Gordon book considered accurate? If not, is there a better source for scale drawings for the current production Su-27SM, Su-35S and Su-34? Thanks!
  12. Saw this photo while researching some IAF aircraft: https://www.airliners.net/photo/Israel-Air-Force/McDonnell-Douglas-F-15D-Eagle-Baz/1994270/L Is the curved outboard missile rail on the wing tank pylon an IAF-only item to accommodate Python 3 missiles? I don't recall seeing one like that on other Eagles. Thanks!
  13. Ken, Mine has the correct Sukhoi. And you are right, this thing is a beast. The dust jacket took a bit of a beating in transit from Jolly Old England (sold out on this side of the Pond), and when I opened it and saw and felt how big it was, I am amazed the spine wasn't completely trashed and all the pages busted loose. Great resource for all the Flanker kits I have amassed, and those yet to come this year 😉 Mike
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