As a break (Brake?) before setting off down the other side of the aircraft. I need to get decals on some of the opening panels not yet fitted.
On the 1/32 this means the airbrake and the refuelling probe door
In 1/48 the airbrake
And also in 1/72. No panels on the 1/144.
From this run I deduce that:-
Air Brakes are dangerous
You should not step on them
On the 1/72 back to the mass of decals
and again lots of placement issues. But wit two under My belt at least I can guess what should be where. My biggest annoyance though, due to earlier poor callouts I have found I am two low viz ejection seat warnings short, fortunately the spares box will replace these
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