The September 2015 edition of the NJIPMS newsletter, the MosquitoGram, has been uploaded to the website. You can find it on the Newsletter page.
It’s that time of the month when the Newsletter Page is updated with the latest edition. Go there to download the most recent issue.
Also added are some flightline photos of a CH-46, provided by Mike Terre.
Finally, a quick review of the Quasar LS lighting fixture for your Optisivor headset. A very smart and useful addition to the tool box.
Martin J. Quinn has supplied a review of the HMS Zinnia, one of the recent releases in the small ship styrene realm. This is one of those subjects that ten years ago no one ever expected to see in styrene in this scale. It looks like a winner. Click HERE for the review.
Check out the tale of Mike Terre’s battle with the 1/48th scale Jupiter “C” rocket, a reissue of an old kit by Glencoe, and have a chuckle or two reading. Added to the Reviews section HERE.
A really great new kit, the Flyhawk Model USS Ward is a marvel of modern engineering, and quite an accomplishment for Flyhawk Model’s only second injection styrene kit. A quick, out of the box, review has been posted HERE.
Mike Terre gives us a look back at the Aurora Jet Commander kit. Review has been added to the Aircraft Reviews page HERE.
Review of the MK 1 “Male” British Tank, 1/72, Master Box has been added to the website. A very nice new kit that’s sure to appeal to armor modelers, and is compelling enough it’ll probably convert others to the slinging of treads.
Review can be found HERE.
A very brief account and a few dozen photos of the Jersey Fest Fair show have been posted in the Features section. Direct link HERE.