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Re: In The Navy GB - Finished Builds
« Reply #30 on: May 26, 2020, 09:23:31 pm »
Lockheed-Savoia P-38 derivatives :



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Re: In The Navy GB - Finished Builds
« Reply #31 on: May 27, 2020, 10:49:18 am »
Fokker DXXIw of the 1e JaVa Stationed at De Kooy (Den Helder) but temporary stationed and reporting to 3e JaVa at Rotterdam, Waalhaven.

IMG_7079 by Buddy Holly, on Flickr

IMG_7081 by Buddy Holly, on Flickr

IMG_7083 by Buddy Holly, on Flickr

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Re: In The Navy GB - Finished Builds
« Reply #32 on: May 28, 2020, 08:42:53 am »
On short notice, another one: An A-4LT "Skyhawk" of the Royal Thai Navy 104 Squadron, Songkhla Airfield, 1990:








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Re: In The Navy GB - Finished Builds
« Reply #33 on: May 28, 2020, 11:01:40 am »
Supermarine Stingray S1 of 809 SQ stationed at RNAS Culdrose (HMS Seahawk). Also seen in port of St. Mawgan in 2028.

IMG_7110 (2) by Buddy Holly, on Flickr

IMG_7098 by Buddy Holly, on Flickr

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Re: In The Navy GB - Finished Builds
« Reply #34 on: May 28, 2020, 11:06:34 pm »
US Navy AV-8A Harrier, VA-106, USS Independence-1975






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Re: In The Navy GB - Finished Builds
« Reply #35 on: May 29, 2020, 01:03:44 pm »
SNCASE (Sud-Est) SE 2560 from the Aeronavale Francaise flotille 4 at port of Lorient in 1959. Reporting to Base aeronavale de Lann Bihoue.

IMG_7092 by Buddy Holly, on Flickr

IMG_7091 (2) by Buddy Holly, on Flickr

IMG_7088 (2) by Buddy Holly, on Flickr

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Re: In The Navy GB - Finished Builds
« Reply #36 on: May 30, 2020, 12:34:26 pm »
Lockheed Viking AEW4 stationed on Ark Royal in 1978

IMG_7113 (2) by Buddy Holly, on Flickr

IMG_7115 (2) by Buddy Holly, on Flickr

IMG_7111 (2) by Buddy Holly, on Flickr

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Re: In The Navy GB - Finished Builds
« Reply #37 on: May 30, 2020, 05:13:00 pm »
In case anyone missed it we have extended this GB until Midnight Sunday 14th June.

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1/72 scale kitbashed ASW plane. Created entirely of spart parts from the stash. 11-12 kits have things in this and 4-5 different scales. Parts and scales in the link on page 9 or 10.










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Thread at https://www.whatifmodellers.com/index.php?topic=47971.0

The Folland/ Hawker Siddeley/Hindustan Sea Gnat
Folland Naval Gnat colour FAA 804 by Glenn Gilbertson, on Flickr

Folland Naval Gnat colour INAS 300 by Glenn Gilbertson, on Flickr

Hawker Siddeley bought Folland Aircraft, and produced a hooked variant of the Gnat trainer. This was used by 764 Sqn , FAA to train British and foreign students at Lossiemouth (HMS Fulmar)
Sea Gnat 764 Sqn. FAA by Glenn Gilbertson, on Flickr

In 1964 the Lossiemouth instructors heard that the RAF was forming an aerobatic team called the Yellowjacks; not to be outdone, they formed the Fulmar Five , with the aircraft sprayed gold and proudly displaying the Fleet Air Arm badge on the underside.
Sea Gnat Fulmar Five Pair by Glenn Gilbertson, on Flickr

Despite their fine flying, (like the Yellowjacks) it was found that the gold colour did not stand out sufficiently, so in 1965 the team decided to copy the 738 Sqn Red Devils scheme of 1957. Inevitably the team became known as the Red Admirals. The Navy insist that the RAF Red Arrows were nothing but copycats, but the RAF are equally certain that they thought of red first.

Sea Gnat Red Admirals by Glenn Gilbertson, on Flickr

Hawker Siddeley developed the twin-engined, supersonic Gnat Mark 5, which enjoyed some export success. A navalised version was procured for the Centaurs, and sold to Australia, Brazil, Canada and the Netherlands.
Folland Sea Super Gnat; entered service1968:
Speed M= 1.8; Ceiling 50,000 ft; Range 750 mi; Empty wt. 6,560 lbs; Max. take-off wt. 10,000 lbs.

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Revenue Protection Cutter 124.  “Velma”.  Pompey Brothers 20’ Launch - People’s Democratic Republic of Victoria Revenue Protection Flotilla, Mornington Archipelago, June 1963.


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Revenue Protection Cutter - 14 by Fred Maillardet, on Flickr

Revenue Protection Cutter - 5 by Fred Maillardet, on Flickr

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