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Unread December 8th, 2011, 05:08 PM
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Default Intruders - Hi-vis or Lo-vis?

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Working on putting something together with Intruders and was wondering what most of you would be more tempted to spend your hard earned $$ on.... hi-vis, lo-vis, both with more hi-vis, both with more lo-vis,.... what?

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I would think both with more Hi-viz but it all depends on aircraft artwork. If they painted something I thought was cool I wouldn't care if it was a Hi or lo viz scheme.
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Actually I'd like to see more hi vis Prowlers for the Kinetic kit. Been some great USMC schemes that no one has touched.

Or I don't know if the Corps got any of the Intruders with composit wings, but again anything USMC I could put on the upcoming release...
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Hi All:

Both! Like em Both! I do like the hi vis stuff though. As everyone knows the fighters got all the attention. Do more hi vis.

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Any VMA(AW)-332 Moonlighter Intruder decals hi and lo vis are most welcome!

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Would this plane count as "low-viz" or "hi-viz"? 161681 VMA(AW)-332
I ask because (selfishly) I'd like to see it in decal form!
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Hi-Viz all the way.

Maybe something from the Ranger
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Would this plane count as "low-viz" or "hi-viz"? 161681 VMA(AW)-332
I ask because (selfishly) I'd like to see it in decal form!
Yes, that is what I would consider Hi-Vis.

This is what I would consider Lo-Vis.

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hoe about the Intruders used in the flight of the intruder movie??
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Hivis, like maybe from the 70's.
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Any chance?


The polka-dots on the drop tanks are interesting...
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Any chance?


The polka-dots on the drop tanks are interesting...
I would say the chances are extremely good!!
That is, if/when the artwork gets finished.
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I would like to see both hi and low for VA-35.
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I'd like to see some HiVis birds from VA85. A lot of them on the Forrestal when I was on her. "75-"79
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My vote goes to Nam era jets. Some very nice Navy and Marine profiles available in Osprey #93, A-6 Intruder Units of the Vietnam War by Rick Morgan. VA-35 hi-vis jets are my first choice. There are also six jets from four Marines units depicted. All very nice stuff!!
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Hi vis !!
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Another vote for Hi-vis
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Hi Viz for me please.

Maybe some VA-196 Aircraft for the 79-80 Coral Sea Cruise with the Eagle Claw ID Bands?

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High Viz all the way. No disrepect to the guys who came after but the A-6 was a star of the Viet Nam war... whether leading an alpha stike or in the weeds and weather at night!

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