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About typhoon1

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  1. RDAF F-16 MLU Recce Pod (MRP)

    Thank you for the information gentlemen most helpful the info on the the differances between the MRP pods. Thank you Jens for the shots of the MRP superb. My kit I am doing will require some modification to do a RDAF machine and it will have to have the older PIDS pylons the ones carried know are a very nice piece of kit but are way out of making with my model skills. Again many thanks. Kind Regards Craig
  2. RDAF F-16 MLU Recce Pod (MRP)

    Hi There I have recently got the Daco 1/72 MRP Reconnaissance Pod and I want to put it on my RDAF F-16A MLU of the Skrydstrup wing but I cannot seem to find any really good pictures of it on RDAF F-16s. Would anyone have any recent pictures of the RDAF ones carrying it or is it not used anymore. Many Thanks Craig
  3. RAF 6 Sqn Phantoms/Lepus Flares

    Many Thanks for that John That is very interesting. Kind Regards Craig
  4. RAF 6 Sqn Phantoms/Lepus Flares

    Hi There I have been listening to the story of former RAF/RN pilot Chris Bolton and his flying days on 6 Sqn at RAF Coningsby and he was on about the Phantoms when they carried Lepus flares that got me thinking about the Phantom I am about to build ,I thought yes 6 Sqn with Lepus flares but I cannot find any pictures of them carrying them would anyone please help with some pictures. Many Thanks Craig
  5. Swiss Air Force F-5E Sidewinder Training Round Colour

    Many Thanks for the info on the dummy sidewinders and the Link Giorgio. Just what I was looking for. Kind Regards Craig
  6. Hi There Wonder if someone could please help I am looking for the colours of the sidewinder training rounds carried by the Swiss Air Force F-5E . The pictures I have seen look to be light brown body ,dark brown,and red front fins sometimes with blue as well. I seem to recall these where carried by the Swiss F/A-18s when they visited RAF Waddington some time ago when they used the ACMI range. Many Thanks Craig
  7. What's flying over your house? Thread #2

    While out for our Sunday afternoon walk a very low ex French Max Holste Broussard came very low over us seem to be following the A1136 probably operating out of. Humberside Airport nice sight and sound. Regards Craig
  8. RAF Sabre F.4

    Thank you John for the picture . Kind Regards Craig
  9. RAF Sabre F.4

    Hi Giorgio I have a decal sheet with that aircraft on and that would look nice with red tail band and the canopy frames I shall have a think while I am in the modelling room. Many Thanks Craig
  10. RAF Sabre F.4

    Thank you for the picture Sabrejet That does look a little plain but i will build it I think,I wanted to do a RAF Sabre other than a squadron aircraft but finding pictures is difficult of 50s aircraft. Many Thanks Craig
  11. RAF Sabre F.4

    Many thanks Tony Kind Regards Craig
  12. RAF Sabre F.4

    I must confess to be a bit of a RAF Sabre nut and build something a bit different my next model is going to be XB540 of the RAF fighter weapons school based at RAF Leconfield in the 50s but I cannot find a picture of one or the code system/colour could anyone please help. Kind Regards Craig
  13. RAF Sabre F.4

    Thank you all for your help on colour of the 66 Sqn tail code. Kind Regards Craig
  14. RAF Sabre F.4

    Very interesting thread on the RAF Sabres I am building one at the moment I may go for the one in the picture XB542/H of 66 Sqn. Could anyone please tell me the colour of the tail code Z. Kind Regards Craig
  15. Xtradecal Sheet No 72-066 Harrier Gr9 41 ( R ) Sqn

    Hi Chris Thank you for the reply sorry I forgot to say the red should be I think cherry red BS381C.538. Kind Regards Craig