A T-6 Texan with teeth ! During the Korean War, the North American T-6 was adapted for use as a Forward Air Controller (FAC), with better communications equipment and smoke rockets that could be used as markers for strike aircraft. This LT-6G (serial number 49-3544) served with the 6148th Tactical Control Squadron of the 6147th…Continue reading Korean Mosquito
Here are four views of T-6G s/n 42-85886 “Ready for Duty”, registered F-AZBL. I don’t often get to make complete four-views of aircraft, so this was interesting !
Well, I’ve finished the templates for two T-6 Texan variants: the AT-6D (actually the antenna post is missing) and the famous T-6G version. Profiles of these will be coming soon, but will probably have to wait after Christmas as I have a very large workload. I’ve started working on the B-17 Flying Fortress template, and…Continue reading T-6 Texan templates ready & new projects
I’m currently working on the famous North American T-6 Texan. I began with the fuselageof the AT-6D variant. Once this is complete, I’ll add the wings and then convert it to the T-6G variant, which is probably the best-known version of this ubiquitous trainer. Once I’ve done all that, I’ll need to create the starboard…Continue reading Work in progress: North American AT-6D Texan