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Glynn Jacobs

B-52H port wing pod type?

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Hi All,

 

Can someone tell me what type of pod that is sometimes carried by B-52Hs under the left wing (opposite the Sniper pod under the right wing)?

 

And now, if Res-kit would produce that pod and pylon in 72nd scale (along with the Sniper pod pylons for BUFFS and BONES), I could probably be satisfied with my Hobby!

 

Thanks,

 

WARDOG

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17 minutes ago, Glynn Jacobs said:

Hi All,

 

Can someone tell me what type of pod that is sometimes carried by B-52Hs under the left wing (opposite the Sniper pod under the right wing)?

 

And now, if Res-kit would produce that pod and pylon in 72nd scale (along with the Sniper pod pylons for BUFFS and BONES), I could probably be satisfied with my Hobby!

 

Thanks,

 

WARDOG

I wasn’t aware that they carried any pod opposite the targeting pod.    I’m intrigued, anyone got pics?   

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AN/ASQ-236   I know B-52’s carry that pod. Could it be that?

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i also would love for

someone to

do pylons and pods. As well as an antennae update kit for the fuselage.

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Only thing I’ve seen under the left wing the past several years is a range pod...don’t know what specific model, but looks like the ACMI pod included in 1/72 Hasegawa weapons set V. 
 

Jonah

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SNIPER on the right, and yes RED FLAG more than likely.  

 

Jonah

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