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DANIEL ORLANDO GONZALEZ - Río Gallegos - Argentina
The following models submitted by Daniel Gonzalez from Rio Gallegos were built by him in tribute to the heroes of the Malvinas War and can be seen in brief in the Malvinas Argentinas Museum wich will be re-inaugurated in this city in the Patagonia. The models are:
ARGENTINE NAVY A4Q / KIT FUJIMI  1:72  A4B SKYHAWK "MAVERICKS" / DECALS FROM "AEROCALCAS" / KIT FUJIMI  1:72 "FLIGHT DECK & CARRIER TRACTOR" .
ARGENTINE NAVY A4Q WITH CAMO / KIT FUJIMI 1:72  A4B SKYHAWK "MAVERICKS"/ DECALS FROM "AEROCALCAS"/KIT FUJIMI 1:72 "FLIGHT DECK & CARRIER TRACTOR".
ARGENTINE AMPHIBIAN COMMANDS / KIT DRAGON 1:35 URBAN ELITE SERIES POLICE/EPOXI UNIFORMS
ARGENTINE AIR FORCE A4C / KIT FUJIMI 1.72 A4C SKYHAWK "SPIRITS"/DECALS FROM "CONDOR".
F 21 CLASS BRITISH FRIGATE /  1:600 SCRATCH.
ARGENTINE NAVY AMPHIBIOUS VEHICLE / KIT ACADEMY 1:35 LVTP7 AMTRAC / Crew - KIT TAMIYA 1.35 "US MODERN MILITARY FIGURES".
ARGENTINE MARINES MORTAR 106,6 mm / KIT 1:35 TAMIYA "US.MORTAR & CREW".
ARGENTINE ARTILLERY OTO MELARA OBUS 105 mm/ KIT 1:35  OBUS 105mm "LOS HUARPES" metal.
ARGENTINE AIR FORCE A4B / KIT FUJIMI 1:72  A4B SKYHAWK "MAVERICKS"/DECALS FROM "AEROCALCAS".
TYPE D42 BRITISH DESTROYER/ KIT DRAGON 1:700.
ARGENTINE COAST GUARD SHORTS SKYVAN /KIT AIRFIX 1:72 / Figure - KIT HASEGAWA HOBBY KITS 1:72 "US PILOT / GROUND CREW SET.
ARGENTINE ARMY AML-90 PANHARD /KIT ACE  1:72 (Made Ukraine).
QUEEN ELIZABETH II
This is another model that integrates the Museum, it's the Queen Elizabeth II, a passenger ship which transported British troops to the Falklands in 1982. The model is part of the British Task Force vessels showcase.
ARA SANTA FE - AFV Club - 1:350
Here we see the photos of his model of the Guppy class submarine ARA Santa Fe, of the Argentine Navy, built from the AFV Club kit.
 
A BIT OF HIS HISTORY
Daniel is 55 years old and born in our city. He is Marine Corps Subofficer (Ret.), and Malvinas War veteran, served during the conflict in the Anti-Aircraft Battalion in Puerto Argentino. He has long been devoted to 1:35 scale in armored vehicles and all types of utilities from foreign wars, but thanks to national decals and accesories enterprises could devote their models to the Malvinas War and moved to the 1:72 scale, which allows a range of almost all models of aircraft, submarines, ships and terrestrial participants on both sides in that conflict. Daniel enjoys this hobby from seven years ago, and also works discontinued or off-market models. In the following photos you can see him and his "bunker."