This is my Dragonfly as used in Vietnam in the '60's. It's a special kit for me because I graduated in the Air Force Academy in his older and less powerful brother, the T-37C. Nice little bird though. I wish they had a kit for it, for co[...]
This one was completed a couple of years ago. This is the Encore re-box of the Academy kit, with additional resin. There were a total of 2 complete kits in the box.
I always love this little jet in all it's variants. I especially like the attack version in it's all grey tactical paint scheme with low-vis markings. I recently found these old pictures of an old build. I do apologize for the horrible photog[...]
This is the Revell's 1/48 A-37A Dragonfly.
The kit has the same molding with the Monogram's. In Europe the kit has been marketed under the Revell title.
I used True Details' PE set for the seat belts, fuel tank caps etc..
The build was almost [...]
This is one of the fabulous kits that are created by fitchenfoo, and produced by industriamechanika.com.
This is Doktor Orpheus Odonata’s “Dragonfly” Odonopter Type One. The kit itself consists of 40 beautifully cast grey resin pieces, four she[...]
The A-37B Dragonfly was one of those unsung heroes of the Vietnam air war. Over shadowed by more glamorous jets like the Phantom, Crusader, Super Sabre and Thunderchief, the A-37 was deployed to Vietnam to replace the F-100 and B-57. It was used[...]
With the help of aftermarket decals, this was built as an OA-37, as pictured on the back cover of the A-37/T-37 Dragonfly in Action. These replaced the OV-10 in the FAC role with the 19th TASS, based at Osan AB, South Korea,.
The kit was cop[...]
Here are the photos of our sub collection of helicopters which inlcudes these ones
1) Westland-Sikorsky WS-51 Dragonfly. Prototype VW209. In December 1946 an agreement was signed between Westland Aircraft and Sikorsky to allow a [...]