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Flying Leathernecks New release (03/27/20) : 1/32 and 1/35 AN/ALQ-144

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56 minutes ago, Out2gtcha said:

Pretty trick! What would normally carry those?

 

Almost every aircraft we have. They're also known as BDU-33.

 

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Could these be used on either a F/A-18C or D or alternatively on a USAF A-7D? I would like

to use them if applicable. Thanks.

Lothar 

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5 minutes ago, Lothar said:

Could these be used on either a F/A-18C or D or alternatively on a USAF A-7D? I would like

to use them if applicable. Thanks.

Lothar 

 

The Navy and Marine Corps flew them often in Desert Storm (F/A-18A/C, A-7E and A-6E) I believe the Harriers dropped them as well, but I would have to go through my notes to verify. I do not believe the BSU-85 was ever used by the Air Force.

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Did I read somewhere that you were working on some corrected pylons for the 1/32 Trumpeter Harriers? I'm close to getting the Harrier GR.7 and any corrections are welcome.

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6 minutes ago, ade rowlands said:

Did I read somewhere that you were working on some corrected pylons for the 1/32 Trumpeter Harriers? I'm close to getting the Harrier GR.7 and any corrections are welcome.

 

I am, but they're taking longer than expected as I'm still learning the CAD program used to create my parts. I'm hoping to have it down enough to have the pylons done within the next month.

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11 hours ago, Dave Roof said:

 

I am, but they're taking longer than expected as I'm still learning the CAD program used to create my parts. I'm hoping to have it down enough to have the pylons done within the next month.


Thanks for the reply Dave. No great hurry. I don’t have the kit yet but am gathering up the aftermarket. 

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On 3/28/2020 at 9:20 PM, Dave Roof said:

 

I am, but they're taking longer than expected as I'm still learning the CAD program used to create my parts. I'm hoping to have it down enough to have the pylons done within the next month.

Really looking forward to those!

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