North American XB-70 Valkyrie US Air Force (1947-now) Ser. No. 62-0207 | 1965 | FS27875FS17038
30. August 2019, 17:51
Donald Dickson II Watching this. I've seen it once before. I am mlm planning on doing it with the B-58 escorting it
30. August 2019, 18:55
Selman Yarar I still have this option, it depends on how good the Talon will be, the PM-Model kit is up to modern standards and the Sword kit is not available (and the Hasegawa one is an F-5B in reality). If not possible i will switch to the scene with the Hustler.... or i'll do a what if and include the Hustler in the scenery, too, as it would fly on the same day but couldn't due to an engine failure. Maybe that would change the fate and save all the planes, who knows
31. August 2019, 00:02
Adam Greenwold What an event. As the article says, an era when aviation was evolving and there was a lot to learn. The T38 is still with up in some forms, great design persists!
24. September, 10:44
Selman Yarar I found the Sword T-38A. I've recently bought a Learjet 35 to convert to LJ24A which carried the photographers and cameramen. It is on the way from HK.