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Ron Attwood

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Very nice Ron.

 

I'm waiting for the US Army T-42 repaint. :smile:

 

A lot of found memories of getting my multi-engine/instrument rating in the T-42 between trips to SE Asia during the late '60s.

 

Billy Bluestar

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Ah, the Beech T42 Cochise. Otherwise known as a Baron. Not done any Barons...yet. 

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Very nice Ron.

 

I'm waiting for the US Army T-42 repaint.

 

X2

 

 

A lot of found memories of getting my multi-engine/instrument rating in the T-42 between trips to SE Asia during the late '60s.

 

Wow!  Memories!  I did the same in the early '70s at Forney and Sherman AAFs.  I was Air Force but served in the Air Weather Service and stayed stationed at AAFs.  Where were you stationed stateside?

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Very nice Ron.

 

I'm waiting for the US Army T-42 repaint. :smile:

 

A lot of found memories of getting my multi-engine/instrument rating in the T-42 between trips to SE Asia during the late '60s.

 

Billy Bluestar

 

I'm pretty sure there already is one.  I have a very pretty green one that says US Army on the side.  There is also a blue canoe one for the Air Force.  Sorry, don't have a link, but it's around somewhere.  They might even be downloadable from Milviz itself, as I got the impression that they were semi-official repaints, but only Mr. Milviz himself could confirm that.

 

*edit*  I was thinking of the military versions of the C310, not the Baron, so nevermind, you probably already have those  :lol:

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Where were you stationed stateside?

I was at Ft. Rucker, Ft. Benning, Ft. Sill and Ft. Hood.

 

Billy Bluestar

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I'm pretty sure there already is one.  I have a very pretty green one that says US Army on the side.  There is also a blue canoe one for the Air Force.  Sorry, don't have a link, but it's around somewhere.  They might even be downloadable from Milviz itself, as I got the impression that they were semi-official repaints, but only Mr. Milviz himself could confirm that.

 

*edit*  I was thinking of the military versions of the C310, not the Baron, so nevermind, you probably already have those  :lol:

 

I also have the MilViz C310 but not logging hours as I have a strange lighting phenom flying from daylight through dusk into darkness and am waiting for a long-promised MilViz fix.  I had a few rides on a U-3 Blue Canoe from Forney to Sherman and from Forney to Scott AFB for commander's calls and the like, but never flew one.  I have not seen U-3 repaints, so you have sent me in search.

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Sorry about the delay in getting a download. Entirely my fault, I uploaded a zip file without a README in it! Jeez! I get worse as I get older. :rolleyes:

 

Amendment to my previous post re: which aircraft I'll do. It will be US Army service # 12685

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Wow Ron, That is one fantastic looking repaint (followed your link!

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Cheers Frank. I'll take a breather then start on the Army B55. No tip tanks on that bugger! :P

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Cheers Frank. I'll take a breather then start on the Army B55. No tip tanks on that bugger! :P

Great work Ron.

 

It's the thought that counts on the T-42. :smile:

 

Billy Bluestar

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