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  1. We take a look at the latest decals from Fantasy Printshop - a really interesting mix of Messerschmitt Bf 109E subjects. Have fun! Iain
  2. We take a look at a new set of decals (two sheets) from Fantasy Printshop: Euro Decals ED-32101 Very Colourful Sabres Have fun! Iain
  3. A new decal sheet from Fantasy Printshop - Euro Decals ED-32128 BAe Hawk In Worldwide Service: Blue Skies! Iain
  4. A new sheet from Fantasy Printshop: FP-1130 Current Luftwaffe Insignia Have fun! Iain
  5. Ray Horwell at Fantasy Printshop has just sent a courtesy copy of Euro Decal sheet ED-32124, so it's officially available... https://www.fantasyprintshop.co.uk/shop/euro-decals-ed-32124-mcdonnell-douglas-f-4c-f-4e-phantoms-of-the-57th-fis-132/ The decal register on the A4-size screen-printed sheet is simply stunning. There are sufficient markings to build all four featured Phantom interceptors: F-4C 64-685 and F-4E 66-334 in green, tan and light grey SEA camouflage, and F-4Es 66-300 & -370 in FS 16473 Aircraft Gray. Curiously, the instructions appea
  6. When I was youger than now, I loved reading Air International. This was the time when the magazine was publishing the Green and Swanborough encyclopedia of fighters, when you had aircraft histories with beautiful cutaways, when you had contributors like Roy Braybrook about his hinsights on British aircraft designs, or Eric Brown recollecting his various flights. I particularly enjoyed the latter, with his detached-yet-professional tone and sharp descriptions. (This is now long gone from Air International, and it's been ages since I bought any issue) So, even though I readily admit that I h
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