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Hello Mish. Yes I reckon your glider will fit in. After all I did some training in a glider too in my ATC days too so go for it. It'll be good to see a glider.

Bobster you're most welcome to join in. there is stilla bit of time to sort yourself out a kit. Just bear in mind the prov. rules Enzo posted at top of this thread.

I reckon taregt tugs could be included as rightly said they are / were used to 'train'! What say you Enzo.

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Bring it on. Love the Lanc though!! Belcher bits do the drone for the Lanc as a hint!!!! But to be confirmed.

Rob Stuart I'll consult Enzo but I feel it could be a contender.

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Cliif B, your subject reminds me of a similar idea by the Indians with Tiger Moths used in taxying training. They lopped of the top wing and I think cropped the lower wings. The upper wng fuel tank was fitted below the fuselage just between the main undercart legs.

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I think everyone missed my question or I'm blind and missed the answer. Are two seat gliders in? Like the ASK 21 which I learnt to fly in, may gliding clubs use them as trainers.

Sorry Mish... I reckon that one is in! Are you building it as the glider in which you actually trained? 'cos there's just no saying no to that one! :thumbsup:

Rob Stuart I'll consult Enzo but I feel it could be a contender.

I agree! Including drones and drone controllers will introduce some superb colour schemes.

I reckon taregt tugs could be included as rightly said they are / were used to 'train'! What say you Enzo.

I say "yes"! :thumbsup:

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Luftwaffe TF-104G? Got a Revell 1/144 one in the stash but otherwise I've got nothing suitable

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2 x Finnish Air Force BAe Hawks by Airfix in 1:72 on the way. I have the Red Arrows kits so off to shopping for some decals! Regards, V-P

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I have updated the draft rules at Post 3 in this thread. Hopefully, they will answer some questions.

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I am in with one of my 1/32 Hawk T Mk.1a kits. Decals 80's RAF training schemes and other AM have arrived, so I can't wait until January.

Cheers,

Tom.

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Mine will be one or all three of:

1/48 Academy KAI T-50

1/48 Kinetic T-45 Goshawk

1/48 Hasegawa TA-4F

The last may get subbed by a Hawk as I haven't looked at the quality of the decals in it yet

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No Probs. Nice short bit of footage. I'd forgotten how nice the Draken looked in the air. Last one I saw was a civvy registerd(OY-SKA) one at a Biggin Hill show some years back

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How about target tugs and Target drone carriers/controllers? Would they qualify as trainers? After all they are used to train others

I say "yes"! :thumbsup:

You :rant: !

Had I known that I would've gone for my Invader Target Tug I've been looking for an excuse to make!

Right, it serves you right! I'm sticking with the T-33!

Wez

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Sorry Mish... I reckon that one is in! Are you building it as the glider in which you actually trained? 'cos there's just no saying no to that one!

That puts my Warrior in then! :yahoo:

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Paul & Enzo, yes it will be the K 21 I did most of my training in and the plane I soloed in.

In that case it would be wrong for you not to build it! :)

You :rant: !

Had I known that I would've gone for my Invader Target Tug I've been looking for an excuse to make!

Right, it serves you right! I'm sticking with the T-33!

Build 'em both! You know you want to... :wicked:

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In that case it would be wrong for you not to build it! :)

Build 'em both! You know you want to... :wicked:

You're not helping (again)! You know I wouldn't finish either of them especially if I do an Airfix Tiggie!

Wez

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Yes please - I've got an Avro 504K that I'm hoping to build up as a Brooklands School of Flying aircraft.

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I've just added to post 2 on this thread the list of all interested parties who have signed up for this exciting GB as a reminder!! New comers will be added soon.

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This sounds like fun. I don't know which kit I will do but it will be brown, green and yellow!

Regards,

Adrian

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Welcome Adrian. I'll add you to the list. Hmm.... brown green yellow......

Any others who I have missed on the list please let me know and I'll amend and in no particular order.

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Hi Chaps,

I'm looking at a Revell 1/72 Fairey Gannet T.5. It would be built as a part of 849 Naval Air Squadron. Is this eligible?

Rob.

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Hi Chaps,

I'm looking at a Revell 1/72 Fairey Gannet T.5. It would be built as a part of 849 Naval Air Squadron. Is this eligible?

Rob.

As long its in silver and dayglo thats OK.

EE:. For sure! I was hoping someone would at least one Harvard!!

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