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  1. Tamiya 1/48 Beaufighter Mk X

    Very nice!
  2. Trumpeter 1/48 MiG-19PM Farmer E

  3. F-16 Kits/Block questions

    www.f-16.net is your friend for details on blocks etc.
  4. Very nice! Like the dual bomb racks on the middle wing pylon.
  5. 4000lb bombs carried by early Halifax bombers

    According to Wiki; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Handley_Page_Halifax the Halifax couldn't carry the 4000lbs cookie and was hence less favoured than the Lancaster. The same article states that the biggest single bomb possible to be carried was 2000lbs. FWIW, the article also includes a rendition of MP-L from ~1941
  6. Agree that the T looks to be from the Lightening Training Flight, operational from 75-87 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_Electric_Lightning#Military_operators
  7. This will surely be the ACE kit in Revell wrapping. I've buildt all 3 versions of the ACE edition, and it is very good!
  8. Very nice! I see the F-6's are from 5sq and 11sq, but what unit is the T from?
  9. Super hornet Adversaries

    This is one of them; http://www.airfighters.com/photosearch.php?cra=712&key=NJ-101&lim=5
  10. Qatar Buys 24 Typhoon

    Quatar never operated nor bought the F-16, however they have signed for quite a few F-15QA's. As for Austria, they last spoke of potentially offhanding the Typhoons - this is a follow-on from the bribe scandal related to the procurement process from years back.
  11. Scale ModelWorld 2017 Pictures

    The OV-10 Bronco is just too cool
  12. Tornado in Snow Camouflage

    Many times the Harriers, Jaguars and Tornados had temporary "winter scheme" when on deployment for NATO excersises in Norway. Sometime the unit markings were possible to ready, sometimes not. Love the scheme and found quite a few when googling - have you tried this?
  13. Norway 331 Sqn F-104G stencils

    I have the Vingtor sheet in 1/48, and from this and those photos I've found over the years online shows only the markings you mention; - Warning placards and triangles underneath cockpit - Red refueling and warnings stripes on fueselage There is no mentioning of "no step" on wings etc. nor can I see this on the white-winged F-104G's, however later the "no-step" markings are visible on once repainted in the light gray scheme during the 70's. I would suggest to contact Vingtor on this forum. Nils Mathisrud is the owner of Vingtor decals and will be the best source to have this confirmed or denied. Nils is a really good guy who is very helpfull in matters like this.