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  1. In the summer of 1985, while I was stationed at Spangdahlem AB, Germany, my squadron hosted members of the Danish ESK-729 RF-35 Draken unit. They brought several jets to Spang. I almost got a ride in a 2 seater but the weather that day was below their weather minimums. Hey, it was Germany, not California. A couple of weeks later I was lucky enough to take one of our F-4Es to Karup AB, Denmark and spend 2 weeks there. I think we took 6 jets and 10 crews, plus a maintenance unit. Good times... Since then I have wanted to build a model of the RF-35. Hasegawa is the only option in 1/48
  2. Four F-16s of Eskadrille 727, Royal Danish Air Force, at Nellis AFB for Red Flag 84-4, Jun 1984. 80-3600, E-600 80-3601, E-601 80-3609, E-609 80-3614, ET614 Esk 727 badge Interception target identification light Thanks for looking, Sven
  3. Hi, I'm visiting Copenhagen and having an awesome time. I'd like to pick up a hobby souvenir. I see one hobby shop in Google, in the Fredericksburg area, but it looks tiny. Is there anything else anyone might recommend? Anything across the bridge in Malmo?
  4. Rarely do I post a finished build, but perhaps the amount of builds started would leverage that.... No. This Draken has been ready since about June, but other commitments (some of them can be applied as decals to 1/144 F4D, F-14s, F-15Es and F-16s - if one would follow the Shelf Oddity trace) stood in the way of doing proper photos. The kit is F-Toys, sripped of the factory applied paint with the help of Wamod Acrylic Cleaner. Underneath the original paint you will see crisp panel lines, some fine details and loads of potential. The weakest part of the kit (or of all F-Toys kit
  5. I'd never even heard of this aircraft until I saw the Stoppel kit advertised, then I desperately needed one of course. It's a lovely little kit (the mouldings reminded me of recent Special Hobby kits), all I added were seat harnesses and a few tiny details like aerials and foot steps.
  6. The Williams paint shop has just wheeled out its latest creation in the form of a further Super Sabre. This time it is an F-100D operated by the Flyvevåbnet, the Royal Danish Air Force. I had wanted to build one of these highly weathered and touched up machines for a long time. It is built by following my previous and successful method of merging the Esci and Trumpeter kits, using the slatted wing of the latter. This produces the most representative 1/72 model, being accurate all round rather than using the Trumpeter kit straight and tolerating the narrow cockpit and inaccurate intake. Th
  7. This is the brand new special scheme to celebrate 37 years of Lynx service in the Danish armed forces. The port side represents the ongoing task around Greenland where the Danish Lynx is present 24/7/365. The starboard side represents the international operations (mostly in and around the Somali basin). The Danish Lynx fleet is gradually being retired, and the last Lynx will be retired by the end of 2017. Jens
  8. Hi all, A couple of questions for the all-knowing collective.... Does anyone know where I can get a 3-view plan, overhead particularly, of Super Sabres with the Danish wing tip ECM pods? Does anyone know where I can source a better afterburner can for a machine upgraded to the "F-102"-style? The kit offering is woefully in accurate. Thanks ain advance. Martin
  9. Hi all! Another question - and maybe Jens knows - what are the zaps on the nose of G-744 here? Thanks advance yet again, Martin
  10. A fun build that was planned to be OOB, but thanks to Jens on this forum, I discovered that I didn't build a TF-104G, but a Canadair CF-104D. So a few minor modifications were made. The kit is excellent, great fit almost everywhere (and where I had problems, they were certainly due to my own limitations). Painting Danish Starfighters is a real challenge. They were parked outside, and heavily weathered. And yes, the tanks (on this individual) were actually glossy. Later, all Starfighters (and Drakens) were re-painted in gloss green. And much more boring. The decals are from Danish H
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