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USN "Razbam Raiders", Korea, 1951

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(WIPing Razbam Skyraiders. New lines, rivets, paint, etc. So far not too happy with the results but at least the numbered decals work.)

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Lots of heavy traffic at Travis AFB, latest WIP for the SW USA terrain...

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Geary: none of my books show modex numbers on the tailfins, not even at the very top (post-56 when gray/white came in, yes) Good job otherwise. The mapping on those, including the A-1E is a bit on the "odd" side, isn't it!!?? LOL. I have the Osprey KAW Skyraider book, it you need it

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Kevin,

Yeah, still a WIP.  Probably always will be.

The Razbam skin had the numbers on the tail, so I used that as a guide just so I could place decals if, when or as needed/wanted.

I thought this model would take lines and paint better, but still not too bad for it's age.  Not looking forward to the A-1E model.  Probably should have tried it at a larger pixel size.

Been trying to color coordinate my KAW USN 'Blues': The Skyraiders, Corsairs, Banshees and Panthers.  Using Bobrock's great little Panther as a guide.

Thanks for the offer but I have the Opsprey 'AD Skyraider Units of the Korean War' book.  Love the color plates in the Opsprey series. 

Still got a way to go on this model.  If only I could paint (especially weathering)!  BTW, I'm using bits, such as decals, from your TW KAW Skyraiders as needed.  Learning to make decals is on my bucket list.

One for the Marines.

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And a cleaner 'modex' for the USN.

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In the year 2032, the Province de Québec separated from Canada and became an independant country. The following year, a newly form army known as the ''Forces Armées Indépendantes du Québec'' was born with only 2 branches, Aviation and Army, for a beginning. The RCAF remained in the province after an agreement to defend the northern part of Canada but Québec bought a dozen of the latest Rafale variant after an agreement to build them at Montréal at the Bombardier plant.

In 2034, the 1ère Escadre was formed and received it's fighters under the ''Harfand des Neiges'' designation.

 

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nice Frenchie!

more Lockheed heavy metal, awaiting approval.  inspiration by budget cuts and Kurt Cobain

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8 hours ago, 1977Frenchie said:

In the year 2032, the Province de Québec separated from Canada and became an independant country. The following year, a newly form army known as the ''Forces Armées Indépendantes du Québec'' was born with only 2 branches, Aviation and Army, for a beginning. The RCAF remained in the province after an agreement to defend the northern part of Canada but Québec bought a dozen of the latest Rafale variant after an agreement to build them at Montréal at the Bombardier plant.

In 2034, the 1ère Escadre was formed and received it's fighters under the ''Harfand des Neiges'' designation.

Poor Québeconians.. no cash left for seats :laugh:

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19 hours ago, Crusader said:

Poor Québeconians.. no cash left for seats :laugh:

 

Yeah, they were not included... now they bought them :)

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Edwards AFB has found some secret squirrel friends to the north end of their dry lake bed...

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With no ill feelings after Dien Bien Phu, during Operation Rolling Thunder, the French Armée de l'air decided to bomb the crap out of Thanh Hóa bridge

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