Tango's workbench

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Trying to get back in the game after a while I thought I'd give the USN Ospreys a go using John's USMC model.

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Does anyone have/know of a photo of the CMV-22Bs from above and/or below showing where the roundels are on the wings? I've not had much luck finding a clear one so for now have put the roundels in the same place as on the USMC paintkit.
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https://www.navalnews.com/naval-news/20 ... and-f-35c/

https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/10046704

I can not find a picture with them.. at least not yet and I doubt they just left them off to put on later..

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The latest pic that I could find was of 169449, delivered this year, with VRM-50 taken on the may 19 this year and although there is no above shot there is still no markings on the underside.

My guess would be in line with Greg's that they don't advertise too much exactly who they are. Just the side markings.
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Thanks gents, thats very helpful (and saves me some work!). Looking at youtube I have seen a few videos of ospreys with roundels but they appear to have been during testing rather than active service. There is one of the first CMV-22B arriving at north island and there is definitely nothing on the top of that one.
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Well, that was supposed to be quick and easy and I found myself sorting out the rest of the traffic for North Island as well (my sim had precisely nothing going on). Ah well :P. Main texures are done, as are very basic flightplans. Just have to sort out lower-res/bmp textures and the readme and I should be ready to upload these.

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The pack will have 17 aircraft in total- 10 for VRM-30, 5 for VRM-50 and a bonus two for HX-21 at Pax River.
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Lovely stuff.
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These look great. Thanks

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Thumbs up again!
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Thanks guys. The pack has been uploaded and will be ready once Greg or Martin gets to it.

Of course, as soon as I pressed upload I realised I had forgotten to add pictures to the website entry, will have to add those afterwards :P.

As ever, if I have missed something/messed something up when packing everything together please let me know.
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Just flew with a guy whose son is flying these out of N. Island, CA. Thanks again!
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