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New EA-6B Prowler book. I am so happy

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How does the saying go? Happy as a pig in mud? Well that is what I am after seeing Jake’s announcement on FB about the upcoming EA-6B Prowler publication. Now I can have a one stop reference for all of the changes and updates (at least I am hoping so) for the Prowler.

 

I am so confused of what mods were done when and on what version of the Prowler. I already have several books on the Prowler (Detail & Scale, Aerofax, Walk Around) but I think Jake’s book will be much better.

 

So, with this in the works, can I hope for a decal sheet? There must be schemes out there that have not been done yet. Better get started on one of my 4 Monogram kits so I will be ready. Also have to pick up the Kinetic one as I understand it is better.

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It covers ICAP II and ICAP III very thoroughly.  Earlier 1970s jets, not so much, or at least not their cockpits.  

 

 

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On 9/9/2019 at 10:07 AM, jmel said:

It covers ICAP II and ICAP III very thoroughly.  Earlier 1970s jets, not so much, or at least not their cockpits.  

 

 

Ah ok thanks Jake. I think the few ddcal sheets I have are for ICAP III.

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Really looking forward to this release especially since I just added a 1/48th Kinetic EA-6B to my collection. Great job Jake.

 

Steve

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Looks like Jake is having a grand old time. I better start one of my Prowler kits and be ready for the book when it gets released.

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Thank you, I will check. I hope he will be happy) I also would like to read the book for blueprints) And these photos look gorgeous! Airplanes firstly were my entertainment, I mean with friends we took a trip through our city, it was gorgeous emotions. But then, my close friend decided to learn engineering, I helped him with assignments, so read a lot from https://eduzaurus.com/free-essay-samples/entertainment/ too and it pushed me on thoughts to try took the photos of planes in the flights. So, I am looking for courses, schools or something.

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I thought I'd pick up a couple books too, but 65$ shipping to Canada is a bit rich!

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