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F-5E Tiger II 527th Aggressor Sqn

This is my entrant to the Aggressor GB, she's an F-5E, S/N 74-1532, 527th Aggressor Sqn Alconbury AB, England, 1976-1988. "New Blue".

Project summary

Title:F-5E Tiger II 527th Aggressor Sqn
Scale:1:48
Status:Ideas

Project inventory

Full kits
1:48 F-5E Tiger II (AFV Club AR48102)
Northrop
F-5E Tiger II US Air Force Aggressor
AFV Club 1:48
AR48102
2010 | Changed parts
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Decals
1:48 F-5E Alconbury Gomers #1 (TwoBobs Aviation Graphics 48-217)
 
F-5E Alconbury Gomers #1
TwoBobs Aviation Graphics 1:48
48-217
2012 | New tool
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Updated: August 18, 2019

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Comments

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Jos Jansen Great choice, and yeah you did it right my friend... :)
9. August at 10:17:28
Michael Hickey You know it's almost identical as Augie's, colours, AB, time period, I didn't realize. Would you like me to pick something else?
9. August at 10:24:14
Jos Jansen It is not a competition Michael, if this is your personal choice then that is great. The point is that we all do a fantastic GB and learn from each other again through various tips & tricks. It is nice to see how everyone gets excited, apparently this topic appeals to a lot of people. Your F-5 will be a gem, just like that of Augie ... :)
9. August at 10:29:58
Hans Robben I was thinking about making the exact 2 camo's as in this picture but decided to do something else for the group build, also because I got plenty to choose from. Just go with what you want to build.
9. August at 10:31:37
Michael Hickey Thanks for the impute fellas, I'll keep this, should be fun spraying that scheme. :)
9. August at 10:51:24
Hans Robben , I will still do both but not as part of the group build :D
9. August at 12:00:03
Michael Hickey I was also thinking of doing an F-5 from VFA-111 Sundowners, but I don't have an "N" variant.
9. August at 12:21:34
Daniel Oh, I am already excited, scalemates will be pretty colorful this fall :D
9. August at 13:02:57
Moritz Fentzahn Count me in. Looking forward to your build
9. August at 13:30:07
Michael Hickey You're more than welcome to come and drop by this project Moritz and anybody else that wants to come by. Your right Daniel it is defiantly going to be colorful. :)
9. August at 13:50:27
Holger Kranich Oh an F-5 in agressor markings! Very good choice by you! :)
9. August at 14:18:59
Michael Hickey Thanks Holly.
9. August at 15:03:16
Augie Mike, I have no issue you doing 32, she's in what was called "new blue" 35 is a little special to me as I got to sit in her so I am planning this GB as an excuse to rebuild 35 to replace my monogram one. She's in whats called "Grape" The other I was planning is 56 which is in "Snake"
9. August at 18:26:29
Michael Hickey Coool, getting to sit in aircraft 35, I plan later on doing one in Lizard and I need to do this one again as I sold her a while ago. Northrop F-5N Tiger II VFC-111 Sundowners | Project by mikestomcat (1:48)
9. August at 21:36:32
Clifford Keesler Cool project watching.
9. August at 21:40:05
Michael Hickey Thanks Cliffy, you joining in the GB?
9. August at 21:44:11
Clifford Keesler I don't have any F-5's. I will look and see what I can find. I have plenty of decals for aggressor F-5's I have the blue-gray Saint's sheet and the F-5 aggressor sheet from the movie Top Gun.
9. August at 21:49:45
Daniel well...I'd really like to see a MiG-28 added to the list :)
9. August at 21:53:19
Clifford Keesler I have one that is already built. But I may dig up another one, will see what I can come up with.
9. August at 21:57:30
Augie funky guys :)
9. August at 22:24:35
Clifford Keesler How does a twin seat Mig-28 sound?. I just bought a Fujumi F-5.
9. August at 22:51:55
Clifford Keesler A twin seat F-5 that is.
9. August at 22:52:50
Daniel MiG-28UB? sounds great to me :D
9. August at 22:55:05
Nathan Dempsey Great subject Michael. All these aggressor builds are going to be awesome! I don't know how I'm going to keep track of them all...
9. August at 23:00:33
Clifford Keesler Well I guess mine will be Black. LOL.
9. August at 23:03:03
Michael Hickey This is going to be one massive GB full of aggressor schemes. :)
10. August at 00:59:02
Clifford Keesler I will be building 2. An F-5B and a F-5E, that is if I can scratch build a cockpit for the "B" which I found out after I ordered it has no cockpit. I have some left over parts from my T-38 build, seats and IP decals.
10. August at 02:56:19
Maciej Bellos Following!
10. August at 05:51:38
Michael Hickey That sounds awesome Cliffy, welcome Maciej. If all goes well with this one I may build an F/a-18 Hornet as well. :S
11. August at 03:32:47
Clifford Keesler Now why did you have to say that, I have a bee's nest of Hornets. Now you just gave me an excuse to build one of them. Darn you. LOL.
13. August at 00:22:32
Michael Hickey Not me... it's "Damn Bugs" ;)
13. August at 05:26:57
Sergej I Following! :)
13. August at 20:45:03
Michael Hickey Plenty of room up front Sergej.
14. August at 01:39:09
Michael Phillips Count me in! This aggressor GB thing is getting huge, I think I will have to throw my hat in as well... :)
14. August at 03:23:31
14. August at 04:49:50
Clifford Keesler Yes Michael, you have me digging through all my "Aggressor" decals. So many choices F-5, T-38, F-18, F-16, F-15. Damn how's a guy supposed to decide. LOL.
15. August at 01:25:17
Maciej Bellos So Cliff, you have kinda the same problem as women have with shoes... LOL
15. August at 10:27:06
Slavo Hazucha Imagne there were men's aggressor-patern shoes... :D
15. August at 11:41:50
Clifford Keesler I guess I will see how good I am at multi-tasking. LOL.
15. August at 19:38:59

 


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