February 1 to June 4, 2023 GB 57 "WW2 Foreign Service"
This Group Build will be for any aircraft built in one country and used by another. Examples include American Spitfires, RAF Mustangs, etc. Aircraft built under license in another country and used by the home country are not considered meeting the spirit of this GB (e.g. Canadian built Lancasters or Mosquitoes in the RAF). This GB will include aircraft carrying the markings of a capturing country provided that the capture actually occurred. No "What-ifs" will be allowed. Also, for the purposes of this GB, independent Air Forces serving under the overarching command of another country (e.g. RCAF , SAAF under RAF command) will be allowed in this GB.
If you back the old truck into the house "accidentally", she'll have to accept the new room neede to fix the living room.Temptation, did the same myself a week or so back with a Mosquito in 1/32, going to love building it but where to put it when finished. That's a problem down the track some.
Steph - Which kit(s) is this? I'm going with an Eduard weekender (84169), the Finnish option as well. See post #7, above. Not sure if I can do two!!
The way I read it...there are no qualifications for dates other than "WWII Foreign Service". I guess that may limit the dates; 1939-1945? Who ever created the entry must work for (or had worked for) the US government!Good question, is this limited to WWII years or WWII aircraft used by foreign military forces anytime? IE P-51's used by South American countries into the 60's? A-26's used in SEA etc….
Hello,Steph - Which kit(s) is this? I'm going with an Eduard weekender (84169), the Finnish option as well. See post #7, above. Not sure if I can do two!!