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  1. Dear all, An old project ressurected and I would like to ask if you could help me with some research. I need to know the name of the Backseater of an Vietnam era Phantom: The particular aircraft was a F-4E Phantom II, 66-0371, tailcode was JJ. It served in Korat with the 388th TFW, 34th TFS from May 1969 to Feb. 1972. In May 1970 the aircraft was named Arizona Chicken with the appropriate artwork on the intake. The crew names were painted on the canopy rails. The pilot's name was Maj. Roger Long. I already contacted the USAF museum and the USAF archive, I got a lot of help and good information but unfortunately I was unable to find out the correct name. BTW: The Zotz decal sheet as some mistakes and is no appropiate refference. I hope that anyone has further information about the backseaters name. I'm gratefull for any help! Many thanks in advance and best regards Sven
  2. Hellow fellow modelers. I am looking to buy a 1/48 F 4E Phantom II. My plan is to build a HAF F 4E AUP (as the one in the picture). I have troubles finding a F 4E in 1/48. Can I modify a different version in F 4E standards?
  3. Anyone familiar with this kit? Is it any good at all? Is the shape at least relatively accurate? I know it is an old kit and there are better kits but tis "may NOT" mean that it is still not a good kit. I have put together a lot of old kits that were still good models.
  4. Hi all. I am looking for a part of the sheet: 1/72 microscale #AC72-0047 USAF PHANTOMS F-4E sharkmouth. Specifically I,m looking for the option for the 3rd TFW, that with the PN tail code and the "Bataan" nose art. This option is also present on the decal sheet of the old 1/72 esci F-4E/F kit (ref #9027), so it would be welcome too. I have a lot of 1/72 spares for swap if you are interested or would pay for those decals. I,m in Spain. Thanks in advance. Juan
  5. Has anybody got the Wolfpack Design set #32073 -F-4E/J Phantom II J79 Engine Nozzle set (for Tamiya 1/32). What about the dimensions? Kit parts seem to be a little bit smaller than the fitting point diameter. Thanking you in advance.
  6. A few decal sheets are very low in stock. If you've been waiting I wouldn't wait much longer. 1/32 F-4E/F-4G http://www.reidairpublishing.com/product-p/shg32005.htm 1/48 F-4G http://www.reidairpublishing.com/product-p/shg48009.htm
  7. 1/32 Revell/Monogram F-4E Phantom "Mig Killer", kit is complete but some little work is started: cockpit and seats halves are pained black and some seat details are glued together. $30 + shipping from 71292 1/32 Revell/Monogram Hawker Hunter FGA9, kit is complete but some large parts are off sprue. $25 + shipping 1/32 Revell Israeli Mirage 5J, old kit, appears complete, some large parts are off sprue. $40 + shipping 1/35 Academy UH-60L Black Hawk, open box sealed bags, box slightly creased. $38 + shipping Brand new Squadron Signal 52052 Pz.Kpfw.38(t) Tank Variations In Action book by Charles K. Kliment. ISBN 978-0-89747-725-3, $14 shipped in CONUS or at actual cost overseas. Trade wants: 1/32 Revell RF-4E 1/48 Zvezda La-5/La-5FN Other Soviet/Russian/Israeli kits and aftermarket in 1/32 and 1/48.
  8. Greetings folks. I have another question for the F-4 experts out there. Sometime in the near future I am looking to do a dual build of a Vietnam era Wild Weasel Hunter Killer team out of Korat RTAFB. For those that don't know, the F-105F/G Wild Weasels typically flew in a 4 ship of two F-105s with a two ship of F-4E's. According to Ed Rasimus in his book Palace Cobra, the F-4's typically carried 4 CBU-52s/SUU-30 canisters. Unfortunately that's about all he says about the weapons load. I've done quite a bit of online research and found some options but I don't know if any are of the "killers". To complicate things, the F-4's at Korat were rotated through each mission so who knows if the photos are of a bomb load or a SAM site killer. Anyway - here's what I've found (pictures are from a google search and not mine, they are posted here for discussion): Both are cool looking load outs, but I have no idea if these are accurate for what I am trying to do. Its the Mk82s. They were not mentioned in the book, my only source of reference here. I also found this one, which is a photo of the hunter/killer team refueling, but I can't really make out the load out at all. If anyone has any thoughts I'm happy to hear them. In the end I would like to be accurate but its not going to make or break the end result. BTW - the book, Palace Cobra is excellent. Mr. Rasimus also wrote the book When Thunder Rolled which is about his time flying F-105s in Vietnam. Both are recommended reads for anyone into that. Thanks for the help guys! Mike
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