Dave's Dungeon

When Dave can find the time, he'll work on model airplanes or submarines.
Here are some of his most recent builds...
A-36 Apache in 1/48 scale from an Accurate Miniatures kit.
This plane was started in June 2007 and finished in August 2007.
The name on the plane is "Dorothy Helen"
If you want to see a log of how it was built, click HERE


180 FW, OHIO ANG F-16C Blk 42 Fighting Falcon in 1/48 scale from a Hasegawa kit.
This kit was built in under a month so that I could enter it in a
Modeling Madness online contest. It came in 3rd place.



VA-113 A-4C Skyhawk in 1/48 scale from a Hasegawa kit.
This one was rushed to completion so that I could enter it in a
Modeling Madness online contest. It came in 3rd place.
(yep, two 3rd places in two successive contests)


VF-31 F-14D Tomcat in 1/48 scale from a Revell/Monogram kit.
This plane was started in August 2006 and finished in February 2007.
It travelled across the country with us from Hawaii to Connecticut.
If you want to see a log of how it was built, click HERE


Variations of US Fleet Submarines.

Top to Bottom:

USS Torsk (AGSS-423) as a streamlined Fleet Snorkel
USS Wahoo (SS-238) as fitted out for her first patrol during WWII
USS Croaker (SSK-246) as a Hunter-Killer
USS Barb (SS-220) as fitted out on her return stateside after WWII
USS Stingray (SS-186) as fitted out during WWII prior to her first overhaul

USS Torsk survives as a museum in Baltimore while USS Croaker survives as a museum in Buffalo.





Blue Angels photographed by Dave at Quonset Point Airshow, 24 June '07
Click on picture to go to more airshow pictures...


August 28 - The first launch of a Tomahawk missile from a Virginia Class
submarine. Done by Dave and his boys...



That's all for now I guess...



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