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2 hours ago, riffraff said:

To go along with your "early years" theme, some early AV-8B decals would be nice.

 

 

 

Yes, early AV-8Bs.  

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I'd go for USAF and USAFE F-16A/B's aswell as F-16C/D's. Possibly also a dedicated Dessert Storm sheet, merging different aircraft, but if single aircraft is a requirement there's plenty of units besides the 401TFW 614TFS that haven't been covered

MiG killer 86-0262 and 90-0778 are likely candidates amongst many others 🙂

 

Happy New Year everyone 🥳

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16 hours ago, viper50 said:

Any chance for this one?

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+1

Any chanc of QB-47 markings on the upcoming B-47 sheet?

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18 hours ago, viper50 said:

Any chance for this one?

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I will absolutely consider it for the new T-38 sheet in the works - I hope new photos will be widely available shortly.

 

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10 hours ago, KursadA said:

 

I will absolutely consider it for the new T-38 sheet in the works - I hope new photos will be widely available shortly.

 

I can get you some if you need them. I see this jet daily since i'm stationed there.

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If you are going to do another T-38 sheet I hope you would consider this one also. 

T-38 China Lake.jpg

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I totally agree with if you are going to do another T-38 sheet, then adding the USN's Bi-centennial aircraft to the decal.  Also might I suggest an early T-38 with Day-Glow panels. 

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While we are on the topic of T-38s (another favorite aircraft of mine), for something both colorful and unusual how about the T-38 used by Boeing as a chase aircraft or a Navy QT-38A drone?

 

T38A Boeing_Chase_4.jpg

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22 minutes ago, Mike J. Idacavage said:

While we are on the topic of T-38s (another favorite aircraft of mine), for something both colorful and unusual how about the T-38 used by Boeing as a chase aircraft ...

 

That looks like a screenshot from a computer flight sim.

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24 minutes ago, habu2 said:

 

That looks like a screenshot from a computer flight sim.

It is a real plane tho. 
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Or do a USNTPS sheet with muiple subjects, like F-18B, T-38B, U-6A Otter, UV-18A Twin Otter.  I'll dig through my old 1980s NAS Pax River air show photos to see what I can dig up. R/ Dutch

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To Kursad (& Mike Idacavage),

 

Here's another one for the NASA subject sheets:

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NCH-53A Serial No. 152399 landing at NASA's Langley Research Centre in Virginia in 1975 as NASA 543.

 


 

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And the same airframe later used by FAA as N39 for intercity rotor tests, scanned from World Airpower Journal Vol 4 Winter 90/91.

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On 1/7/2020 at 9:58 AM, Dutch said:

Or do a USNTPS sheet with muiple subjects, like F-18B, T-38B, U-6A Otter, UV-18A Twin Otter.  I'll dig through my old 1980s NAS Pax River air show photos to see what I can dig up. R/ Dutch

 

Now that would be cool! I'd be all over it in 72nd scale! Fred K.

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I'm sure it's been suggested in this very thread before...S-3A/B Vikings sheet would be most welcome. 

 

David

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Any thoughts to doing a sheet on postwar C-47's in 1/72?   Lots of Guard units and I think many active USAF units used them as hacks or shuttles.   Tons of colorful schemes.

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16 minutes ago, Drifterdon said:

Any thoughts to doing a sheet on postwar C-47's in 1/72?   Lots of Guard units and I think many active USAF units used them as hacks or shuttles.   Tons of colorful schemes.

 

There's an old thread for postwar C-47's with loads of good ideas.  Postwar C-47 ideas  Even NASA had them until 1984, there's very attractive scheme from 1984 with a light blue undersurface & the NASA "worm" logo.

 

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Above pics from NASA website

 

:cheers: & happy modeling, Bryan

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6 hours ago, Bryan H. said:

There's an old thread for postwar C-47's with loads of good ideas.  Postwar C-47 ideas  Even NASA had them until 1984, there's very attractive scheme from 1984 with a light blue undersurface & the NASA "worm" logo.

:cheers: & happy modeling, Bryan

That thread was started in 2015 by our own Mr. Kursad himself.    Would still make a great sheet.

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I am working on it - honest. 

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