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Meng AFV Modeller 103 Nov/Dec 2018
AFV103MIL
End Of The Line, containing all the regular features plus much more.
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Combat Machines No.1 B-17G Flying Fortre
CM001AVI
An in-depth look at this iconic aircraft, covering the history, reference photos, colour photos and illustrations.
£7.99
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Combat Machines No.2 B-25 Mitchell
CM002AVI
An in-depth look at this iconic aircraft, covering the history, reference photos, colour photos and illustrations.
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The Aviation Historian Issue 25
TAH25AVI
In TAH25 we take a typically far-ranging approach, exploring military, civil and offbeat aviation. The military brief is fulfilled by articles on the Luftwaffe’s bombing capability in 1938 – a classic example of how “dodgy dossier” information can influence political decisions – and on the UK’s painful procurement of the F-4K/M Phantom. Ray Flude continues his three-part series on Axis plans to create internal air bridges in World War Two, with a chronicle of Japan’s attempt to fly a delegation to Berlin in 1943; illustrations include scale drawings and internal details of the Tachikawa Ki-77. We also examine the career of the Soviet Union’s Yakovlev Yak-28PP “SAM-jammer”, a little-known ECM variant of the Brewer strike bomber; and the RAF Far East Flight’s epic 1927–28 tour of Asia and Australia, recorded in the expedition’s log and illustrated with evocative photographs taken en route. Covering the civil aviation angle, we continue David H. Stringer’s account of how the Vickers Viscount was adopted with great enthusiasm and fanfare by three American airlines; we also examine Alan Cobham’s flight-refuelling experiments in 1938–40 using Handley Page Harrows. We tour the Channel islands in a BEA de Havilland Dragon Rapide, seen through the camera lens of the late John Stroud; and we reveal how a party of watermelons, painted with smiley faces, came to be strapped into the cabin seats of a de Havilland Heron and flown from Jordan to the UK in 1965.
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The Weathering Magazine 24 Under New M
AK424
The Weathering Magazine is the only magazine devoted entirely to painting techniques and the ageing of scale models and figures. In this issue, we focus on subjects that for various reasons, are in service of owners other than the original. We will explore the unique aspects of applying the new paint schemes and symbols, learn to represent the wear and the passage of time on both factory and hastily repainted camouflage. Here we will learn which techniques will be the most appropriate to transform the exterior aspects of a locomotive. We also include two well-known AFV examples with an M3 in the service of the Soviet Army and a T-34 captured by the Germans. Aircraft are not immune to capture, in this issue we learn a great deal from modeling a truly unique Bf 109 wearing Soviet red stars. There is much to learn from techniques used for civilian vehicles and Gundam subjects as well, and this issue includes both and of course, much more! As always, The Weathering Magazine explains all painting and weathering with detailed "step-by-step" articles, showing how to perform each technique as illustrated through high-quality images and concise descriptions from some of the world's best modelers. This eagerly awaited new issue of TWM is sure to be a collector's favourite, each page filled with useful techniques and each subject a great source of inspiration for all modellers.
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The Weathering Aircraft 10 Armament
AMIG5210
The Weathering Aircraft, your favorite publication focused on painting techniques and ageing of aircraft presents its tenth issue. In this issue, we focus on how to improve and paint the armament of our planes, a critical element that is often overlooked by modelers. In this issue, world-class modelers finish all types of weapons with a multitude of techniques such as washing and paneling, and the use of Oilbrushers and pigments. The authors also explore in detail, how to integrate the weapons that accompany each subject so that they have the same degree of wear or different weathering in those cases that require it. TWA covers all time periods and armament types ranging from a machine gun mounted on a World War I airframe to modern cruise missiles, including both air-to-air and ground attack weapons. As always, TWA features the best collaborators, each providing you with inspiration and new techniques for your next project.
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Meng Air Modeller 80 Oct/Nov 2018
AIM80AVI
Weary Wessex, Ian Barraclough's RAF Rescue relic. Plus much more.
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Luftwaffe Im Focus Edition 27
37388AVI
Deutsch/English Language magazine. In-depth articles, colour, B&W photos, emblems, documents and much more.
£21.99
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Aero Journal Hors Serie (31) P38 L
AEJH31
French Text Magazine.
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Batailles & Blindes 86
BAB86MIL
French text magazine
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LOS! Hors Series 18
LOSH18
French Text. Lavishly illustrated magazine.
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TNT Trucks & Tanks 69
TNT69MIL
FRENCH TEXT MAGAZINE
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Ligne De Front 75
LDF75MIL
French Text. plus much more
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