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Takom Chieftain Mk.5/5P Subscriber Only Content

When the Chieftain entered British service in 1967, it was the most powerful tank in NATO’s arsenal. The primary versions of the main battle tank were the Mk.3 and Mk.5, the latter being the final production version. Later marks designated majo...
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Trumpeter Su-24MR “Fencer-E” Subscriber Only Content

Trumpeter’s “Fencer-E” features an astounding amount of plastic: 370 parts on 28 sprues. Everything is packed separately in a partitioned box, with the clear sprue in its own padded polybag. The parts have outstanding recessed detai...
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Merit International USS John F. Kennedy Subscriber Only Content

Commissioned in 1968, USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67), originally conceived as a nuclear-powered ship, became the last conventionally powered carrier in the U.S. Navy. A variant of the Kitty Hawk-class, it was 17' shorter. In its 40-year career, Kennedy...
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