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Friday, December 16, 2016

Syark Air Forces (SAF) - 1/72 Witty Wings RAAF F/A-18F Super Hornet RAAF No.1 Sqn, A44-208, RAAF Amberley, Australia, 2011







1/72 Witty RAAF F/A-18F Super Hornet RAAF No.1 Sqn, A44-208, RAAF Amberley, Australia, 2011

The new super hornets in the house, What the last from Witty Wings model. In May 2007, the Australian Government signed a contract to acquire 24 F/A-18F Super Hornets for the Royal Australian Air Force, as an interim replacement for the aging F-111. The order resulted from concern that the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) would not be operational by the time the F-111s were retired. The RAAF's first five Super Hornets arrived at their home base, RAAF Base Amberley in Queensland, on March 26th 2010, with a second batch of six arriving on July 6th and a third batch of four aircraft arriving on December 7th. The remaining aircraft (Serial numbers A44-216 - A44-224) were planned for delivery in 2011.



Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Syark Air Forces (SAF) - 1/72 Gemini Jets RoKAF F15K Slam Eagle, 11th FW, Taegu AB, South Korea








 1/72 Gemini Jets RoKAF F15K Slam Eagle, 11th FW, Taegu AB, South Korea

Good Morning Guys, New and the first one Kpop Fighter Aircraft in my hold right now. The unseen brand from Gemini Jets that gave me the RoKAF F15K Slam Eagle, 11th FW, Taegu AB, South Korea. The F-15K Slam Eagle is an advanced derivative of the F-15E, operated by the Republic of Korea Air Force. Several major components were outsourced to various Korean companies as part of an offset agreement, wherein Korea was responsible for 40% of production and 25% of assembly. In 2002, ROKAF selected the F-15K for its F-X fighter program, during which the F-15K, the Dassault Rafale, the Eurofighter Typhoon and Sukhoi Su-35 were evaluated. A total 40 aircraft were ordered with deliveries beginning in 2005. On 25 April 2008, the Korean government announced the order of second batch of 21 F-15Ks, worth 2.3 trillion Korean won (US$ 2.3 billion). Aircraft of second batch differs from the first batch in having Pratt & Whitney F100-PW-229 (EEP) engines, license-produced by Samsung Techwin, for commonality with the KF-16 fleet. Republic of Korea Air Force has received 50 F-15Ks by June 2011.

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Syark Air Force (SAF) - 1/72 Witty Wings North Korea Airforce Mig 29A Fulcrum









1/72 Witty Wings North Korea Airforce Mig 29A Fulcrum

The first North Korean fighter aircraft that I get from my friend. The Old livery fighter aircraft from North Korean has been serviced almost 28 years since 1988. The 55th Kumsong Guard Air Regiment operates fifteen MiG-29s based out of Sunch'ŏn, near Pyongyang. The MiG-29s, like most of the KPAF planes, operate on a rotation basis. Out of these fifteen planes, at least five are operational at any given time. The others seem to be either in a semi-operational status or stored while awaiting overhaul.


Syark Air Force (SAF) - 1/72 Hobby Master Turkish Air Force F16-C Falcon, Mig Killer 2014








1/72 Hobby Master Turkish Air Force F16-C Falcon, Mig Killer 2014

The last of month 2016, I'm still continue share my personal collection in order to fulfill my KPI every year hehehe. Thanks to Hobbymaster because released the new F16C from Turkish Air Force. The Turkish Air Force (Türk Hava Kuvvetleri, THK) operate 240 F-16C and Ds making it one of the largest in the world. On March 23, 2014 two Syrian MiG-23s approached the Turkish border where one aircraft turned back and remained in Syrian airspace while the second aircraft, according to the Turkish Government continued to fly into Turkish airspace where it was shot down using an AIM-120 AMRAAM missile fired by F-16C 91-0008 belonging to 182nd Filo of the 8th Main Jet Base Group Command at Diyarbakır.