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Unread post30 Mar 2014, 11:44

Hi, long time observer and first posting. These are all my modern U.S F- jets done in the last year or so. The Blue Angels will probably fly the F-35C but can't wait another light years for those to come out, so I did this hypothetical one on a F-35B. Hope you liked it.

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Unread post30 Mar 2014, 16:08

Love the Ra'am and Vandy-9, how did you get the flaps and slats out? Nice work.
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Unread post31 Mar 2014, 01:49

Beautiful job on all the models............outstanding work. If the Blue angels do end up flying the "B" model they can add lots of other tricks to the show. I saw a Harrier demo years ago and the pilot had it bowing to the audience at the end of the show and also dancing all over the place. It was an awesome demonstration.
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Unread post31 Mar 2014, 04:00

sprstdlyscottsmn wrote:Love the Ra'am and Vandy-9, how did you get the flaps and slats out? Nice work.


Thank you for the comment, the Vandy was made by Hasegawa and it had the options of adjusting the slats and the variable wings.
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Unread post31 Mar 2014, 16:24

Ahh, I would expect nothing less from a Hasegawa. Sadly all my F-14 models have been of the Revell variety as I had not been able to find any other D models. Revells never even fit quite right, much less have good options.
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Unread post31 Mar 2014, 19:04

Great looking models, but why is the Turkey carrying a Standard missile on the glove pylons? Were they ever cleared for the Standard ARM?
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Unread post31 Mar 2014, 20:30

If ANY turkey was going to be caught carrying something not on an official list, it would be Vandy-9.
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Unread post01 Apr 2014, 00:19

Lightndattic wrote:Great looking models, but why is the Turkey carrying a Standard missile on the glove pylons? Were they ever cleared for the Standard ARM?


O yeah strangely the Vandy by Hasegawa didn't come with any ordnance at all. So I bought their separate U.S weapon set and slapped on a few that fitted. Being experimental squadron I figured they probably tried loading up everything they could.
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Unread post19 Dec 2014, 10:54

Nice Build...a very nice model. This is a nicely designed and would seem a better fit I must say that this is one of the best model. You truly get what you pay for this model. These are the rarer ones. Thanks for sharing.

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