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Selling the last released detailing sets of Metallic Details: Jet nozzles for aircraft model B-1B Lancer (Revell) in scale 1/48 - $44.50 Set contains 26 resin parts (16 main parts of the nozzle and 10 sprues with rods) for detailing of jet nozzles. Air intakes for aircraft models MiG-25 (ICM) in scale 1/48 - $18.25 Set contains 4 resin parts and photoetched board (53*145 mm) for detailing of air intakes for aircraft models MiG-25 (ICM). Seat belts for aircraft models MiG-25 (ICM) in scale 1/48 - $6.85 Set contains photoetched board (25*
Hello all, I have been digging and digging trying to find images of how conventional bombs are arranged in the bays of the B-1. I have found a few images, but the perspectives aren't great and I can't really tell how exactly everything is supposed to sit in each bay. Specifically, I am hoping to scratch-build a basic mount for a bay of GBU-54s, and a bay of CBU-105s. My understanding is that you would have twenty-eight of the -54s, and ten of the -105s. I figure the rack would not be overly visible with that many munitions packed in, but Id like to see how exactly they get arranged. Can
I came across this photo and couldn't help but think of how cool this was and needed to share it. I figure this is an interesting chapter in aviation history being captured in it as it is two completely different types of aeronautical engineering separated by several generations looking right at home with each other. Maybe we could start making something like this a normal thing around here, putting up unusual, unique, and super interesting aviation photos just because that's what they are? https://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/Upcoming/Photos/igphoto/2000549417/