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ashley353

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  1. ETO P-51D Bare Nose

    If you're considering a 479FG machine you should check out the Osprey title below which has plenty of excellent photos and a number of colour profiles: https://ospreypublishing.com/479th-fighter-group Hope this helps.
  2. Best Laser Decal Paper 2017

    I think Crafty Computer Paper are now trading as Homecrafts: http://www.homecrafts.co.uk/laser-water-slide-decal-paper-clear-a4-pack-of-10?gclid=Cj0KCQiAmITRBRCSARIsAEOZmr5KEn4Yj6W4YxO90UOJZ1hT44pFbJa4m3kD01ENtA9UwPkC5IdXo2oaAm31EALw_wcB
  3. Fantastic NMF finish. The codes on the starboard side should read A-G4 but a great build nonetheless.
  4. USAAF Late War Control Tower Colours?

    Have you tried looking here; a few period colour shots: http://www.controltowers.co.uk/ Enjoy!
  5. Colour codes on 34th Bomb Group B-17s

    Sorry but no, that must be another Suffolk based Ashley! I just knock mine up on Paint.Net or Inkscape, nothing shop quality but they're good enough for my purposes!
  6. Colour codes on 34th Bomb Group B-17s

    In reply to your final question, I have got as far as creating a sheet of 34BG decals but in terms of getting the B17's built that is one of many long term projects! I am also in Suffolk though...
  7. Colour codes on 34th Bomb Group B-17s

    Hi HP42! You've got the colours and squadrons correct, the 4th BS were a Pathfinder squadron and supplied PFF aircraft/crews to the other squadrons (and indeed other groups). Sweet Seventeen was originally a PFF aircraft with the 4th BS before transferring to the 391st hence the change in nose colour. Hope this helps? Ashley
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