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Just having a poke around the stock files and I thought that I haven't used (or seen!) the B-52 for a while so I've stuck the A-6A pit in there and added some WW2 RAF markings (similar to the Lancaster on display at the RAF Museum at Hendon) and took the Stratofortress B.1 up for a spin.

 

Incidentally, my bombs (UK1000LB - you'll need to ini edit to accommodate them) overshot the target runway by at least 1km despite being dropped from 13,000m whilst 15km away from the runway!!

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How about a Yankee Vulcan..... :grin:

 

Houdoe,

 

Derk

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hey hey, looks cute. Please share

 

 

Thanks for the comment but it's a one-off disposable effort. In other words, I just can't be arsed making a squadron's worth of decals!!

 

 

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Boeing Stratofortress B.1 (FE) - No.7 Squadron, 'Tiger Force', 1959

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Boeing/BAe Stratofortress B.3A - No.617 'Dambuster' Squadron, RAF Strike Command, 1991

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