RAN A-4G+ Skyhawk 2002

RAN A-4G+ Skyhawk 2002

Monday, May 27, 2013

Operation:Broken Cube.


On the 20th of January 2014 Captain Jane “Sunshine” Sanchez flew this Corsair, her personal mount, nicknamed “Cricket” into the mouth of hell. VMA-611 Black Seahorses was assigned to assist Israeli Air Force and Special Forces assets in the desperate attempt to rescue Saudi Royal Family members from Jihadist forces that had lead a Coup in Saudi Arabia several days prior.

The hastily created mission was a total disaster. VMA-611 lost a total of 6 Corsairs that day. All victims of MANPADS surface to air missile systems. Captain Sanchez managed to get two Paveway II LGB’s onto a highway overpass that slowed down a convoy of Jihadists trying to get to one of her fellow pilots that had had to eject after his Corsair became a victim of an SA-18.

Sanchez stayed as close as possible to her downed fellow pilot, instigating several strafing runs at Jihadist forces as they closed in on the stricken pilot. In the end though she had to leave as she was nearing bingo fuel. Because of the unusually high amount of extreme manoeuvring during her mission Sanchez ending up running out of fuel before reaching her FOB (Forward Operating Base). She was however able to safely land her Corsair on a nearby highway running to a silent stop with nobody around for hundreds of miles.

Sunday, May 26, 2013

USMC A-7E+ Black Seahorses.


Another Marine, and this one's bagged herself a Saudi F-15SA! In 2014! WTF? :)

Monday, May 20, 2013

Friday, May 10, 2013

Royal Navy A-7E Corsair (version 20, 21 and 22)

OK guys, need some feedback here. Do you prefer the old tail fin design here........


or the new design as seen here................



I can't fit both designs on the decal sheet so need to know what you all think?

Monday, May 6, 2013

Royal Navy A-7E Corsair (version 15)

These are the alternative 892 Squadron markings as some may think the "Omega" symbol isn't appropriate in this scenario.

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Variations on a theme.

This shows just what can be possible with a little imagination and good software!