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Sorry guys: Should have specified: The PSP I'm referring to is perforated steel plating. Used since WWII to make runways and choppers pads.

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also known as 'marston matting'(although there is some debate as there are several types of this 'stuff').i dont think there is much demand for 1/6 airfields,maybe just the planes.i think you'll have to 'fab' it...maybe with thin sheet plastic?...i know it can be found in 1/48 and 1/72 scales(way to small).the real thing isnt made any more for the military(they use a corrigated,non pierced type) but european off roaders still use small quantities as 'sand ladders' for soft terrain.common on landrovers and the like.here in america we used up most if not all the surplus for the fence on the border(along with more modern airfield planking).
 
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