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Military Illustrated Modeller
Aircraft Edition

Issue 3 Preview

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The third Issue of Military Illustrated Modeller magazine is available in UK newsstands today or may be ordered online now at http://www.militaryillustratedmodeller.com/

The current issue is an Aircraft Edition.



Highlights of this third issue will include six big, detailed articles:

  • Pacific Coast Models' 1/32 scale Hurricane Mk.I by Brett Green

  • Eduard's 1/48 scale Messerschmitt Bf 110 G-4 night fighter built by Ian Robertson

  • Aircraft in Action - F4U Corsairs of the Black Sheep by Rafe Morrissey

  • Hasegawa's 1/32 scale Ki-61 Hein by Chris Wauchop

  • Dave Aungst's AFV Club 1/48 scale F-5E Tiger II, and

  • The concluding instalment of Wingnut Wings' gorgeous 1/32 scale Roland D.VIa

This Issue also includes a build brief on Kinetic's 1/48 scale Mirage 2000 and full page Previews of new and significant kit releases.



The magazine features:

  • High quality paper and production

  • Perfect bound book ‘feel’

  • Respected Editorial team of Brett Green and Marcus Nicholls

  • Highest quality photography

  • Exclusive insights to modelling techniques

  • Digital editions for Apple iPad, iPhone, Android devices and PC or Mac



With 12 issues per year alternating between Military Vehicles and Aircraft subjects, Military Illustrated Modeller is set to become a vital resource and reference publication that all modellers will want to collect.

Military Illustrated Modeller Issue 3 (Aircraft Edition) is published on 16 June, and may be ordered online now at http://www.militaryillustratedmodeller.com/

Options are available to subscribe to all 12 Issues (AFV and Aircraft) over 12 months; or 12 Aircraft Editions over two years; or 12 AFV Editions over two years.


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Page Created 15 June, 2011
Last updated 17 June, 2011

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