Lets see how revells little kit stacks up.
I'm not so familiar with helicopters so I can't vouch for how accurate this is but the details look really nice. Two sprues of tan coloured plastic are included and one sprue for the clear parts.
The parts are well detailed with recessed panel lines and good details.
The instructions is one *huge* sheet which folds out, the steps are very clear and easy to follow. There are also
The Lightning was a product of the cold war and was the only British jet which was capable of mach 2 flight.
Built primarily as an interceptor, its main features were its speed and climb rate, the Lightning had an initial climb rate of 50,000 feet per minute which is better than many contemporary jets today. Not bad at all for a 1950's bird.
This is superscales 72nd decal sheet featuring enough decals for six different Falcons. Four F-16A's and Two two seat variant F-16B.
Enough stencil data is provided for three aircraft.
Below are the actual aircraft included:
F-16A 78-002 388 TFW Hill AFB
F-16A 474 TFW Wing Commanders Aircraft. Nellis AFB Arizona
Quite a rare kit to find these days, I'm pretty sure that this one is no longer in production by Italeri and is the only game in town if you want to make an EB-66 Destroyer.
Aeromasters 72-191 sheet features 1/72nd scale decals for three versions of the F-4 Phantom ranging from the F-4B to the F-4J
Below are the aircraft represented on this sheet:
F-4B Phantom BuNo. 152965 Air wing 17's CAG bird from VF-11 Red Rippers 1973
F-4J Phantom BuNo. 155861 Assigned to VF-84 and flown by CCAW6 1970
Have to admit that I'm not so up with the play on 1/48th scale kits but I picked this one up thinking it would go well with my 1/48th scale B-17G which somehow found its way into my stash (That's my story and I'm sticking with it)
The Supermarine Seafire was a single-seat, single-engine, carrier-based fighter-bomber used by the British Fleet Air Arm during the Korean War.
A Spitfire prototype first flew on 5 March 1936, and the first Spitfire entered Royal Air Force service in July 1938, becoming famous during the Battle of Britain as the chief opponent of the German Me-109. The Seafire w
This is sheet 48-015 from Two Bobs which allows you to build one of three F-5E aircraft in aggressor markings. The decals include markings for 01, 04 and 05 all from VFC-13.
As with most decals from Two Bobs, these are very nicely printed with a decent amount of stencil decals supplied. There also appears to be no decal sharing on this sheet so you should be able
Sheet 32-034 from Two bobs includes some really cool decals of a very rare paint scheme for the Corsair II. The three tone grey scheme was applied to the boss bird 301 of CDR W.N Roberson "Grits" after Operation Praying Mantis. The other aircraft features a similar type scheme but in three tone tan. This aircraft was also flown by Cdr Grits Roberson, I believe this paint