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modern french army fuel serviceman by Reedoak, pulling fuel hose

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Hi

Latest from Reedoak are 2 US Navy fighter pilots walking with helmet bags. They depict 70s to 90s era pilots, and can be used for exemple with early Tomcats or Navy Phantoms. There will be version with or without sunglasses for both pilots.

 

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cheers
Norbert

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Hi,

 

Moving from USA to Russia...

Two russian airforce ground crews, in summer working uniform (blue or sand), one pulling a munitions cart, the eother one depicted as an officer, but, except the grade badge, outfits are the same.
The cart comes from Advanced Modelling,and I'm pushing them to make it in 1/32 too. 
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excuse for the picture quality, the bad luminosity these rainy days do not help.

Cheers

Norbert
 

 

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I push them in that way, and will push more when I meet them beginning next year. It seems that 1/32 is close to inexistant in Russia, ICM just releasing his first 1/32 kits with small size aircrafts (I-16, I-153,Bü-131), Zvezda having none.

And ICM is even not in Russia, but in Ukraine...

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On 12/1/2018 at 1:17 AM, norbert said:

I push them in that way, and will push more when I meet them beginning next year. It seems that 1/32 is close to inexistant in Russia, ICM just releasing his first 1/32 kits with small size aircrafts (I-16, I-153,Bü-131), Zvezda having none.

And ICM is even not in Russia, but in Ukraine...

Norbert, thanks for the insight...guess Russian market isn't in to1/32...your stuff is eye watering though...preparing my next order.

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So, back to the french air force and its beautifull mirage 2000 and Panther helicopters...

Next figure is a SEA army fuel service truck crewman pulling fuel hose. Hose is not provided, but of course you get the fuel nozzle in hand.

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cheers
Norbert

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