When I was a teenager I built a some plastic models. I am at 82 years now old getting back into it and need some help. I just finished a model of the B-25. It came out okay. I hope to build more of the WW ll bombers. I down loaded the plans for the FT Tiny Trainer. It printed on 8.5" by 11" paper. Is this actual size of the plane or should it be scaled up? I noted that there is a scale on the first page with inches and centimeters. How do I use this or what is it for? My uncle was part of the crew of a B-25 based in New Guinea in late 1944 and 1945. He never said very much about his experiences.The B-25 he was in had four machine guns in the nose and did mostly strafing runs. He did not get much opportunity as top turret gunner to fire because he could only fire as the plane was pulling out of the strafing runs. He said they the only time they saw Japanese they where going away from them. He also related that much of the flying time was looking for planes that did not run from their flights. One they flue for at least 3 or 4 days looking for a plane that did return. New Guinea was mostly deep jungle so not very many of the crews or planes were found. He died a few years ago.