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I do have the Detail & Scale for the 102, if that's any help to ya!

 

Been trying to get the D&S for the 101's, but having problems with the aquisition site's passwording - have to "find Waldo" in th picture to get the code letters/numbers to activate the D/L

 

I just got the Warpaint for the Wellington last week, so for whoever is gonna skin it, let me know. I can't do fabric surfaces for diddly-squat

 

Wrench

kevin stein

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I do have the Detail & Scale for the 102, if that's any help to ya!

 

Been trying to get the D&S for the 101's, but having problems with the aquisition site's passwording - have to "find Waldo" in th picture to get the code letters/numbers to activate the D/L

 

I just got the Warpaint for the Wellington last week, so for whoever is gonna skin it, let me know. I can't do fabric surfaces for diddly-squat

 

Wrench

kevin stein

 

You can find it here. http://farposst.ru/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=8078

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I just got the Warpaint for the Wellington last week, so for whoever is gonna skin it, let me know.

 

*raises hand*

I'll keep that in mind. :wink:

Edited by Gocad

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Nope Wrench - we don't get all books from Betah - there are much better and much more equipped sites for that :yes:

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Fantastic! It's time for some Viet Nam action!

 

"The F-102 served in Vietnam, flying fighter patrols and serving as bomber escorts. A total of 15 aircraft were lost in Vietnam: one to air-to-air combat..." Wiki

 

"It was during one of these missions that an F-102 was shot down by a North Vietnamese MiG-21 using an AA-2 Atoll heat-seeking missile. The MiGs approached undetected, and one of the F-102s was shot down. The other F-102 pilot managed to shoot off some AIM-4s at the fleeing MiG-21s, but no hits were recorded." Wiki

 

"Interestingly enough, the F-102 became fairly heavily used in the air-to-ground role. The interceptor was equipped with 24 x 2.75-in FFARs in the fuselage bay doors, and these weapons were used to good effect against various types of North Vietnamese targets. Additionally, heat-seeking Falcon missiles used in conjunction with the F-102s nose-mounted IRST (Infrared Search & Track) were employed on night time harassment raids along the Ho Chi Minh trail. This is likely the only time an air-to-air missile has been used for air-to-ground operations." Wiki

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/F-102_Delta_Dagger

 

On the cockpit: Someone could play with the F-106 cockpit to make a more F-102-ish temporary cockpit. They both have the same general layout as they were based on one another.

Edited by ordway

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Not to sidetrack the thread....

 

starfigher2: better than farposst and betah??? You'd best shoot me them links bro!!! :biggrin:

and thanks!

 

WRench

kevin stein

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Any chance you can do the tandem two-seat, folding wing navy version?

 

 

Whoa...now that sounds cool...I saw the TF-102 which had side-side seating, but what was the designator for the navy version? Was it the Sea Dart?

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