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I can place this on the draft calendar for 1 April - 30 June.
That's 13 weeks running Sunday, 1 April to Saturday, 30 June.
Let me know if that is what you are considering.


That sounds good to me John!

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Go for it Stu. Try and get a date sorted asap. 8-)


Well if John's happy to pencil it into the 2018 calendar now - I suggest we start on the 1st April 2018 and run for 12 weeks (not sure what that date is yet).

I'm more than happy to be GBL - Any victims..volunteers with a buring wish to be assistant?

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I've decided to go for this build Stuart. I've been a GBL in the past so if you do need an assistant I'm willing to be No. 2 on this.

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Go for it Stu. Try and get a date sorted asap. 8-)


Well if John's happy to pencil it into the 2018 calendar now - I suggest we start on the 1st April 2018 and run for 12 weeks (not sure what that date is yet).

I'm more than happy to be GBL - Any victims..volunteers with a buring wish to be assistant?

Cheers

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I've decided to go for this build Stuart. I've been a GBL in the past so if you do need an assistant I'm willing to be No. 2 on this.


Good Man Shaun - That'd be a great help! :-D

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And so posted ....

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jRatz wrote:
I can place this on the draft calendar for 1 April - 30 June.
That's 13 weeks running Sunday, 1 April to Saturday, 30 June.
Let me know if that is what you are considering.


That sounds good to me John!

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And so posted ....

Sir T wrote:
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I can place this on the draft calendar for 1 April - 30 June.
That's 13 weeks running Sunday, 1 April to Saturday, 30 June.
Let me know if that is what you are considering.


That sounds good to me John!


Brilliant John -thanks!

(Just need to figure out what to build now!)

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hi stuart like the idea of this GB so count me in ,will start with a sixties cold war bird(should please dazzled) and one other,btw would you mind if i rip off your idea and suggest it as a theme for the CBK SIG theme for 2018
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Count me in for this one, life has a regular habit of getting in the way of normal GBs so this one will allow me to finish something. No firm ideas yet but will try for something a little different- one build may be a Bloodhound Missile.

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A question. Do you want to limit this to serving/operational or are designed & built, whether to a specification or as test & eval, but not employed in service also eligible ?

I had a plan when we first started, now I see other options in my stash. :roll:

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hi stuart like the idea of this GB so count me in ,will start with a sixties cold war bird(should please dazzled) and one other,btw would you mind if i rip off your idea and suggest it as a theme for the CBK SIG theme for 2018
cheers craig


That's great Craig!

By all means, please pinch the idea :-D

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Count me in for this one, life has a regular habit of getting in the way of normal GBs so this one will allow me to finish something. No firm ideas yet but will try for something a little different- one build may be a Bloodhound Missile.

David.


That'd be great David - Welcome aboard!

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A question. Do you want to limit this to serving/operational or are designed & built, whether to a specification or as test & eval, but not employed in service also eligible ?

I had a plan when we first started, now I see other options in my stash. :roll:


That's a good question John, and I would think the answer should probably be yes...maybe.

There have been a lot of interesting aircraft designed for the RAF that never made it - Include those.

As for pure 'research' types... I guess so, it depends on how much input the RAF had maybe - I know they have been involved heavily over the years in test flying etc. I have to admit it's not a part of the service I know a lot about - Is the ETP School part of the RAF or it's own entity?

I'd ask you for judgement normally :-D what are your thoughts - I'd say we'd allow it on a type by type basis, if the RAF had some kind of influence/input into it.

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are you limiting this solely to aircraft, or are any wheeled vehicles the RAF used acceptable ...


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I'm hoping for anything RAF- I am sorely tempted to make a 1/72 scale RAF Seaplane Tender as a second build.

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The inclusion of non-aircraft discussion started here: viewtopic.php?p=323487#p323487
and was agreed around here: viewtopic.php?p=323567#p323567

In short, Yes.

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