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The BAC A-9C Strikemaster in South Vietnamese service

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BAC A-9C Strikemaster - 522nd Tactical Fighter Squadron, Vietnamese Air Force, 1973

 

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I'm not overlooking the Northrop A-9 'AX' competitor but there are no spare 'A' designations to match the timeline.

 

 

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Wow very nice!  Any chance of releasing this one?

I'm afraid not. Apart from it being a DAT aircraft the fuselage sash is 'all show and no go' and to do it properly will take ages. Sorry.

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I'm afraid not. Apart from it being a DAT aircraft the fuselage sash is 'all show and no go' and to do it properly will take ages. Sorry.

 

Just a decal job on an RNZAF Strikemaster?

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Just a decal job on an RNZAF Strikemaster?

Affirmative. Plus a layer of dirt on a factory finish camo scheme. But it's the sash that's the problem as the flatness of the upper and lower fuselage stretches out the rows.

 

It can be done (see my VNAF F-4C below) but I just haven't got the time and inclination at the moment.

 

http://combatace.com/topic/77849-fictional-mcdonnell-douglas-f-4c-phantom-vnaf/

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