Sunday, June 26, 2011

Oshkosh HEMTT A2 M977 Mobility tactical cargo truck 1:35 (WIP)

The U.S. Army M977 A2 HEMTT series mobility tactical truck has been developed by Oshkosh Truck Corporation for cross-country military missions carrying payloads up to 13 tons (9979 kg). The full line up of M977 A2 models, five cargo trucks, a fuel servicing truck, a load handling system. With multiple capabilities, these trucks are critical to mission success. The M977 A2 vehicles are used for direct rearming of the Multiple Launch Rocket System; transport of Patriot erectors/launchers; resupply of field artillery ammunition and forward area rearm in armor, cavalry and infantry units; refueling of tracked vehicles, wheeled vehicles and helicopters in forward areas; and recovery of disabled wheeled and tracked vehicles. The two-person, two-door forward control cab is of heavy-duty welded steel construction with corrosion-resistant skins. To reduce procurement and life cycle costs, the HEMTT features extensive use of commercial automotive components including an Oshkosh truck cab, standard eight-cylinder diesel engine and a standard four-speed automatic transmission.
Variants :
M977 A2 Cargo Truck : basic version
M977 A2 EPP : Electrical power plant
M977 A2 LRPT : Lare repair parts transporter
M978 A2 : Fuel servicing transporter truck tanker
HEMTT M983 A2 LET : Light equipment transporter
HEMTT M983 A2 : Patriot missile tractor
M984 A2 : Recovery truck
M985 A2 : Cargo and MRLS resupply
M985 A2 GMT : Guided missile transporter
M1120 A2 HEMTT-LHS : Heavy expanded mobility tactical truck
M1977 A2 CBT : Comon bridge transporter

plastic model version
3d phase


ok guys it's testbuild time, though my printer collapse the color it's suck...but the show must go on

Wednesday, June 15, 2011


The P-800 Oniks (Russian: П-800 Оникс, alternatively termed Yakhont (Яхонт) for export markets; "Oniks" is onyx, and "Yakhont" is ruby or sapphire in English) is a Russian (former Soviet) supersonic anti-ship cruise missile developed by NPO Mashinostroyeniya as a ramjet version of P-80 Zubr. Its GRAU designation is 3M55. Development reportedly started in 1983, and by 2001 allowed the launch of the missile from land, sea, air and submarine. The missile has the NATO reporting codename SS-N-26. It is reportedly a replacement for the P-270 Moskit, but possibly also for the P-700 Granit. The P-800 was reportedly used as the basis for the joint Russian-Indian supersonic missile the PJ-10 BrahMos.

Sergei Prikhodko, senior adviser to the Russia President, has said that Russia intends to deliver P-800 to Syria. However Syria lacks any aircraft that can launch this missile and any ability to track targets over the horizon for it, so will be limited to line of sight attacks from ships and ground platforms. Israel is more concerned that these missiles may be transferred to Hezbollah for a repeat of the INS Hanit incident.



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Horten Ho XVIII B-2 1:72

In the Autumn of 1944 The RLM issued a requirement for a bomber capable of reaching the east cost of the USA and deliver a 4-ton bomb-load or 'special' weapon without refuelling. The Horten brothers(among others) submitted their Amerika Bomber scheme in various configurations of power-plant and wing arrangement (this initial design was a much more elegant flying wing).

On 23rd March 1945 and after much debate the contract was finally awarded to the Hortens by Göring. Junkers and Messerschmitt were to control production and they their own ideas about the aircraft. Modifications were suggested (such as the large tail-fin) some of which which were reluctantly agreed to by the Hortens. The aircraft was to be constructed of 'salvage'' materials such as tubular steel and plywood. Powered by 6 x Junkers Jumo 109-004H turbojets and armed with remote guns in the nose and tail. It is reported that construction commenced on 1st April 1945 in the underground workshops in Thinguria, central Germany.

Span 42m (137' 9") Length 19m (62' 4") Maximum Speed 852 kph (530 mph) Range 11,000km (6,835 miles) Bomb Load 4,000 kg (8820 lb).

3d phase
wings innerframe
wings assembly

engine assembly
rudder assembly
landing gear assembly

main landing gear assembly

cockpit assembly


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