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post-5138-0-78447300-1320151964.jpgINS Vikrant (repainted and edited HMS Bulwark)

 

 

..... and all her line-up of Sea Hawks redone and upgraded

 

 

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What about an Alizè WIP I have seen sometimes ago?

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post-5138-0-90411200-1320152323.jpg HNLMS Karel Doorman (repainted and edited HMS Bulwark)

 

.... and all her Sea Hawk line up, redone and upgraded

 

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What'ld need:

 

- a good Nose Number list for Indian Sea Hawks (Known: 074;077)

 

- some help in Sea Hawk 50, 100, 101 FM tweaking

 

- some good references about HMS Centaur / Hermes I'm going to make for their Supermarine Scimitars (just repainted and revamped)

 

- a ship expert to tweak data.inis of the new carriers made from existing very good Hinch's ones as Colossus, Majestic and Centaur classes were quite similar

 

 

So PM me, please.

 

Paul

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Looking awesome. Almost makes me want to add a RN Carrier group into the Baltic :D

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We also need suitable carries for the new (and AMAZING) Buccs! drinks.gif Looking great!

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We also need suitable carries for the new (and AMAZING) Buccs! drinks.gif Looking great!

 

Buccs flew from both Ark Royal and Victorious :good:

 

 

 

The Scimitars and Sea Hawks looks great

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Buccs flew from both Ark Royal and Victorious :good:

 

 

 

The Scimitars and Sea Hawks looks great

 

Ahh yes, indeed. grin.gif

 

 

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post-5138-0-00727800-1320172939.jpgR95 Arromanches

 

Hellcats 11F 1953 Indochine

 

 

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800 NAS on HMS Eagle 1952

 

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Bonus 1831 NAS on RNS Stretton

 

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PS: As is very difficult to find squadron/numbers/serials for Scimitar & Attacker any help will be very welcome ...

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What'ld need:

 

- a good Nose Number list for Indian Sea Hawks (Known: 074;077)

 

 

Paul

 

 

From what I have come to know from Retd Vice Admiral Pasricha, who flew Sea Hawsk off the INS Vikrant, those numbers were not given by the Navy. Whichever airframes had those numbers(074, 077 etc), they were all Ex-Royal Navy sea hawks refurbished for the Indian Navy. I will look into his book and PM you the list.

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From what I have come to know from Retd Vice Admiral Pasricha, who flew Sea Hawsk off the INS Vikrant, those numbers were not given by the Navy. Whichever airframes had those numbers(074, 077 etc), they were all Ex-Royal Navy sea hawks refurbished for the Indian Navy. I will look into his book and PM you the list.

 

Very good, Sandesh! I wait for You my friend.:drinks:

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Picked it up on ebay a few weeks ago. Apart from too many pages on the Spitfire it's a good read.

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... some training planes at Lossiemouth (736 NAS)

 

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and the 803 NAS assigned to HMS Eagle

 

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