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Scot R (sreinmann)
US

US Active Duty UAVs

I am modeling Drones and Unmanned Ariel Vehicles that served actively (not testing or in X-plane evaluations). I am going to try to stay with a common scale. This collection will therefore be of plastic, resin, paper, really whatever I can find.

Project summary

Subject:
Northrop-Grumman RQ-4B Global Hawk
US Military US Air Force (1947-now)
05-2024
Beale AFB, CA
General Atomics MQ-9 Reaper
US Military US Air Force (1947-now)
138 ATS, 174 ATKW, New York ANG 02-0001/NY
2011 - Hancock Field AFB
AAI RQ-7B Shadow
US Military US Army Aviation Branch (1983-now)
2066
FS36375
Northrop Grumman MQ-8B Fire Scout
US Military US Navy (1794-now)
LCS-3 168445
2012 - USS Forth Worth
Scale:1:48
Status:In progress
Timeline:Started on April 25, 2020

Project inventory

Full kits
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Photoalbums

10 images
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1:48
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1:48
6 images
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1:48
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New: 26. February, 21:12
1:48
The rotor hub assembled very securely, although I did drop the assembly once prior to installing and broke off two of th...

Comments

3 | 25. April 2020, 01:04
Scot R
While my bench kits are heading to paint-booth purgatory I've begun thinking about the next "kit." There is part of my that wants to include the series 1 UAVs but stick to 1:48 scale like my others. That means small and completely custom. I have plans for the RQ-11 Raven that I could scale down and scratch build, but how to display? I'd love to have it with a figure in the act of throwing. Does anyone have a suggestion of a 1:48 US army or marine figure that is modeled in the act of a throw? Like a grenade? The pics on this wiki page are my idea en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/AeroVironment_RQ-11_Raven
5. January, 01:30