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Hi,

Want some wild colour schemes and bizarre partnerships? What about Bangladesh Let 410, Sri Lankan Kfir, Taiwanese B-24, Malaysian A-400, Myanmar MiG-29, South Korean Hawk, Communist Chinese La-11, Indian Navy Do.228, PLAAF Divine Eagle? And on, and on and on.....!

Asian Air Arms SIG has been set up to enable modellers to access a huge resource of post-1945 military aircraft subjects from 26 Asian countries: Mongolia to the Maldives, and from Japan to Afghanistan. Huge website http://www.asianairarms.com offers thousands of photos, colour schemes, research, contemporary accounts, kit lists, decal info, photos of members' models and air arms' lists of serial numbers. We exhibit at many UK shows including North East, Midlands and South West. Members are encouraged to display under our banner. Next two shows: Boscombe Down 6th August, and IPMS Avon 13th August.

We welcome all, particularly those with specialised knowledge to help add to, and improve the accuracy of, our resources. Costs nothing to join, just click "Join Here" on our website and you'll go straight on to our mailing list.

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6 hours ago, asianairarms said:

Hi both,

 

Have sent you replies this morning. I would have responded sooner but was in bed!!!!

 

Welcome - hope you'll find it beneficial.

 

Brian

Leader - Asian Air Arms SIG

http://www.asianairarms.com

That's the trouble with us Brits, think the world still revolves to GMT.:nah:

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Interesting website! Haven't had the time to browse through all sections, but looks like a good site for those interested in the smaller air arms in this region. I hope I can contribute in some way to your effort.

 

By the way, I am one of the modelers behind the brand decal la. We produce decals for Royal Malaysian Air Force subjects.

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Hi Aidy,

 

Thanks for your interest. It sounds as if Asian Air Arms SIG would benefit from your input in filling in the gaps of our knowledge on Malaysian and other regional air forces. I've replied to you separately and would like to take things further.

 

Speak to you soon,

 

Brian

http://www.asianairarms.com

 

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