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John Matthews Art
John Matthews Art posted a topic in Aviation ArtIt's been a while since I posted here. A few months and one website ago. But I now have a new website, and I'd still enjoy sharing my artwork here for those interested. Reaching back into the dark recesses of my memory (ha!) I seem to recall that I was working on a B-52 3D model the last time I posted anything here. As you can see, I got that sorted... This is a piece that I titled "On The Grid," which recalls the "Operation Chrome Dome" missions. A pretty staggering endeavor keeping pairs of nuclear-armed B-52s airborne 24-7!
LF photo of 68th ARG KC-135A
bluedot25 posted a topic in Research CornerI’m trying to find a photo of a 68th Air Refueling Group KC-135A... this would be a plane in overall ADC grey, with the classic SAC fuselage sash, and large red/blue checkers on the upper tail. They would have been stationed at Seymour-Johnson AFB I believe... Can anyone help me out..! Thanks...
Revell 1/32 P-40E "Old Exterminator"
WymanV posted a topic in Revell Monogram Group buildI was in fifth grade when I got Bob Scott's God Is My Co-Pilot from the Scholastic Book Club and I resisted the urge to buy models with my allowance until I saved up enough for this kit: Spinning prop, opening canopy with pilot figure, retractable landing gear, moveable control surfaces-everything a 10 year old boy needs in a model aeroplane. I remember having it done in a day-no paint, plenty of glue, etc. Don't recall what happened to it but it still wears the crown of the coolest model I ever had when I was a kid. So let's fast forward to 2006 when I got it in my
L/F 1/72 SRAM and B-1 Nozzles
Greybird posted a topic in The Spares Box - add scale to your titleI am looking for 1/72 SRAM (from Testor B-2?) if anyone has spare ones to part with. I am also looking for engines/nozzles from 1/72 Revell B-1 if anyone is replacing their kit parts with Barracuda's new items. Please PM me. I am willing to shipping, etc. Best regards, Greybird