Originally Posted by DJStratoArt
I know it is weird to say, but I actually liked the smell of JP-7, it had a sweet smell to it.
Plus, you didn't have to worry about spontaneous combustion of it either! :p
I'm a big fan of the KC-135Rs. I got to go along on a refueling flight with the Nebraska Air Guard out of Lincoln, NE. It was an amazing experience I will never forget. I actually built a model of a KC-135 R and gave it to the base commander as a thank you. Bob Bendorf designed a pretty nice 135 model. It has multiple engine choices so you can do many models. I used the CFMs to make the R model.
Here's his site. Click on the pictures and the right click to down load.
Bob Bendorf's Paper Models- "click "on the picture to enter site! This site has papermodels that I designed for the
The model is over 3 pages of pictures. Use the first 3 pages of his Pan Am 707 build to help build it. The wing box formers can be a tad tricky.
I repainted mine into the Nebraska Air Guard colors on the tail and nose. I'm going to back and change the tail and nose #, and add nose art to match the plane I flew on.