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MODeller

RAF Chinook special markings

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Just seen this flying into RAF Benson whilst in the garden with my grandaughter, for once I had a camera handy! MODeller

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Yuk, Yuk and double Yuk. A bit like 18(B) Sqn Chinook in 1990.

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Another very negative comment Mark. Perhaps you could show us all how it should be done?

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Another very negative comment Mark. Perhaps you could show us all how it should be done?

Sorry not an artist, but the scheme just looks horrible to me.

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On this side of the pond Yuk Yuk means funny. Yuch or yeuch means gross or repulsive (according to the Trenton English Dictionary, if what we speak here can be termed English).

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Looks like a nice scheme to me. Hopefully I'll get a chance to see it sometime this year.

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I take it that is the 28 Sqn scheme,.......looks quite nice to me but then anything with a Pegasus on it cannot be half bad! I hope that they do a Puma in a colourful scheme too?

Cheers

Tony

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Not see it yet, but anything with some added colour gets my vote!

MODeller it was good meeting you at Cosford too! (not done my pics yet)

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There is a write up in todays Oxford Mail, the scheme celebrates 28 Sqn centenary which was last November but could not take place at the time Chinook lurking at the back of photos. MODeller

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