- Jun 13, 2009
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I'd say an A10 is fine as long as it was in the europe one scheme (lizard)or earlier , after all the aircraft was designed for stopping the soviet advance of armour should the cold war suddenly turn hot. I dont think anything with a scheme used in any other war would be really representative of the cold war ( ie no gulf war / vietnam / korean schemes) Thats not to say the aircraft used in these wars wouldnt be appropriate just that the markings should be from the period of stand off commonly recognised as the cold war. For example an A10 based in germany or britain during the 70s / 80s is fine or a F15 based in alaska or britain , but gulf war markings seems a bit off topic , what does anyone else think?