Modelling the Harrier I and II

Modelling the Harrier I and II

Paperback Osprey Modelling Manuals

By (author) Glenn Ashley, Edited by Robert Oehler

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  • Publisher: Osprey Publishing
  • Format: Paperback | 80 pages
  • Dimensions: 180mm x 246mm x 6mm | 240g
  • Publication date: 1 October 2003
  • Publication City/Country: Osprey
  • ISBN 10: 184176647X
  • ISBN 13: 9781841766478
  • Illustrations note: 150 colour illustrations, index
  • Sales rank: 879,069

Product description

This book is devoted to modelling both the Harrier I and II, namely the British variants of the Harrier and Sea Harrier as well as the AV-8 series used by the US Marine Corps. In over 30 years of service, the Harrier has seen significant combat action for the British Royal Navy and the USMC: from the Falklands to Bosnia and Kosovo, from the Gulf War to Afghanistan, the Harrier has played a key role. Using a variety of scales (from 1/24th to 1/72nd) and exploring aspects such as weathering, use of resin and photo-etched parts, conversion kits, and diorama scenarios, this book is a packed and informative modelling guide for the Harrier I and II.

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Author information

Glenn Ashley has written several titles for Squadron/Signal and Airlife publications on key aircraft types, as well as numerous articles for modelling magazines. Glenn served in the Royal Navy for several years before becoming a professional photographer. His images have appeared in the Photo Profile book on the Mitsubishi Ki-46 'Dinah', and in Military Modelcraft International magazine. He lives and works in Sheffield, UK.

Review quote

"Having served in the Royal Navy for several years before becoming a professional photographer, Ashley has been able to combine his experience, his talents, and his love for scale aircraft modeling into a terrific publication."-Mark Smith, "AeroScale"

Table of contents

Introduction - Materials - Modelling the subject - Intermediate build - Advanced build - Master build - 'Special feature' - Further reading, media and websites - Museums and collections - Kits available - Index