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F-86D Sabre Dogs #3. By far my favorite decal set for the Sabre Dog, three striking jets can be made from this set. First is FU-024 from the 97 FIS at the 1953 National Air Show at Wright-Patterson AFB. The next jet was flown by the 498 FIS/84 FIG commander at Geiger AFB in 1956 and carried large and complicated nose art named “Texas Terror.” The final jet is from the Yugoslav aerobatic team with a dramatic black nose and sharkmouth; our set INCLUDES BlackMagic(tm) painting mask for Yugoslav nose scallops!!

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Tu-4 (B-29) AWACS. Tu-4 Bull (B-29) Chinese AWACS/AEW. This decal set includes Communist Chinese national markings and tail markings for the immense AWACS based on the Soviet copy of the B-29 Superfortress. As an added bonus, tail markings for the PLAAF drone-carrying Tu-4 are also included. Note no resin parts are included.

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EA-6B Prowlers #2. Get ready for the upcoming 1/48 Kinetic kit (or for your Revell/Monogram kit)! VAQ-141, USS John F. Kennedy, nose art with figure & two HARM missiles; EA-6B VAQ-132, USS George Washington, 2000 "Grinch" CAG scheme. Gotta love that "Grinch Who Stole Christmas" tail art!

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Hornet’s Revenge #2. F/A-18C, Still Flying Strong, CAPT Bill Gortney, VFA-131; F/A-18C, Operation Enduring Freedom, CAPT Bill Gortney, VFA-136; both CVW-7 CAG jets, USS John F. Kennedy, Winter 2002-2003.

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Stupendous Starfighters. ONLY NINE SETS REMAINING. CF-104 104770, 1972 Tiger Meet scheme; F-104C 56-885, flown by Capt Joe Jordan to world altitude record; F-104C 57-916, SEA camouflage, TimeHo.

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Hornet’s Revenge #4. Operation Iraqi Freedom Combat Birds with mission markings!: F/A-18C, VFA-15 Valions, Capt. David Newland, CAG; F/A-18C, VFA-105 Gunslingers, CDR Tom "Walli" Lalor, Commander.

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Mi-8/Mi-17 Hips #1. This huge (8-1/2" x 11") decal sheet contains markings for an even dozen (12) Hip helicopters. Countries represented in this set are Czechoslovakia, the Ukraine, Yugoslavia, Pakistan, Hungary (two insignia variations), the United Nations, Afghanistan (communist), Vietnam (communist), and Sandinista (communist Nicaragua). It also includes the formerly TOP SECRET US Army OPFOR Hip, with the "Dave’s Deluxe" nose art with the fully loaded cheeseburger nose art. The Czech scheme is the famous and amazing "Mick Jagger" scheme motivated by our fellow modelers at Zlinek Magazine.

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Mi-8/Mi-17 Hips #2. This huge (8-1/2" x 11") decal sheet contains markings for SEVENTEEN Hip helicopters. Countries represented in this set are East Germany, (West) Germany (actually just "Germany," the reunited country that inherited the former East German air force’s men and equipment), USSR, Poland, Soviet Aeroflot, Israel (captured from the Egyptian Air Force), Cambodia, Guinea-Bissau (can’t for the life of me recall why I included this one, but the insignia is kinda cool), and Czechoslovakia. One of the (West) German schemes is the spectacular "red eagle" scheme, which has to be seen to be believed This one will be THE eye-catching model of any collection!

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EA-6B Prowlers #1. For the 1/48 Kinetic kit (or for your Revell/Monogram kit)! VAQ-139, USS Carl Vinson, CAG scheme (CAPT H. P. Fitzgerald) with full color rainbow on fin & blue "standard" markings; EA-6B, VMAQ-3, gray scheme with black wolf head on tail and standard Marine markings in black.

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Hornet’s Revenge #5. Operation Iraqi Freedom Combat Birds with mission markings!: F/A-18C, VFA-105 Gunslingers, Capt. "Cyrus" Vance, CAG; F/A-18C, VFA-87 War Party, Capt. Dave Newland, CAG.

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Gorgeous Skyrays. Well, that’s an oxymoron . . . there’s no such thing as a Skyray that’s not gorgeous! F4D-1, 134774, TR24 of the Fleet Air Gunnery Unit Pacific, Red/white checkered vertical fin, black stripes w/red lightning bolt on nose; F4D-1, 134757, AF102 of VF-162, Black rudder and elevons with yellow stars; F4D-1, 134817, AK101 of VF-13, USS Essex, black over red rudder, red fin stripe, elevons red/white striped with black stars.

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MiG-29 Fulcrum A. German Air Force Fighter Wing 73 Steinhoff," 2003 "Farewell USA" Tour markings (double sheet set!). This jet has a beautiful stylized American flag on one side and a German flag on the other. The unit will transition to Eurofighters in the near future and this scheme is in honor of their last trip to the US in Fulcrums. From May to July, 2003, Staffel 731 of JG 73 “Steinhoff” sent seven MiG-29 Fulcrum fighters on their final deployment to North America. Home based at Laage Air Base near Rostock on Germany’s Baltic coast, the unit will transition to Eurofighters later in 2003. One jet, 29+10, was painted in a special scheme to commemorate the occasion. A stylized flag of the unit’s home country, Germany was painted on the starboard side of the fuselage and wings, and a stylized American flag was painted on the port side. The flag sections flowed from the front fuselage on each side onto both the tops and bottoms of the wings. Only one jet was painted in this scheme. This final deployment went from Burlington, VT, on 8 May 2003, to Eglin AFB, FL, for Dissimilar Air Combat Training (DACT) as well as AA-10 Alamo and AA-11 Archer live fire exercises over the Gulf of Mexico. Their MiG-29s departed the US for the final time on 7 July 2003..

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Hornet’s Revenge #6. Operation Iraqi Freedom Combat Birds with mission markings!: F/A-18D, VFA-106 Gladiators (RAG), Capt. "SHOE" Shoemaker, with NAVY on one side of the fuselage and MARINES on the other!; F/A-18C, VFA-37 Bulls, CDR Jeff Dodson, Commander.

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PYN-up Decals F-86 Sassy Sabres Part 1. Two enormously famous MiG-killing Sabres from the Korean War grace this set. Often misidentified as "flat" artwork, Col Walker Bud Mahurin’s F-86E-10-NA "Honest John" actually had shaded art that’s well represented here. The decals you get with this set trace the evolution of markings on this jet, also named "Stud," during the time Mahurin, then commander of the 4th FIG, flew it and carried his Korean War kill markings, and afterwards when it other pilots flew it once Mahurin was shot down in another jet. By that point Mahurin’s kill markings were removed and 336th FIS "Rocketeer" squadron markings applied to both sides. Note the thin white outline around the Honest John figure, which for some reason is missed by nearly all profile artists and decal companies. The second treasure in this set is usually known as the "Marilyn Monroe Sabre," since a beautiful representation of the Marilyn Monroe Playboy Magazine nude centerfold was painted on the left nose of this F-86E-5-NA. Flown by Col Ben Preston, Commander of the 4th FIS, the jet was actually named "Temptation," and flew from Kimpo (K-14), Korea. We’ve included the three kill stars Larry Davis, the world-famous Sabre expert, believes were painted under the canopy. This jet was eventually crashlanded. The wings were removed and she was shipped to Japan for rebuild. We can presume the Marilyn figure was also removed in Japan!

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Israeli Bazes. Research and artwork by Raanan Weiss, of IsraDecals!  This set allows you to model almost any Israeli F-15A/B/C/D Baz in the air superiority scheme! Very detailed instructions accompany this amazing decal set.

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Straight-Wing Thunderjets With Nose Art. Love the nose art (fuselage art?) cartoon on this one: F-84G FS-466 "Ricepaddy Ranger," 8 FBS; the very famous F-84G FS-111-B "Five Aces," 69 FBS; and MiG killer F-84E FS-139-A flown by Jim Simpson.

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Gorgeous F-84E. One of the prettiest Thunderjet schemes ever, this is for Col Robert L. Scott, Jr., (WW II Flying Tiger ace who wrote God Is My Copilot); with both early and late versions of the markings-EXTREMELY colorful! Our thanks to Gen Scott for his help on this decal set!

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Gorgeous F-84G. Camouflaged Royal Danish AF; 27 FIW, SAC; Tigre Bianchi Italian aerobatic team.

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F-86D Sabre Dogs #2. The apogee of colorful USAF jets ws certainly attained with the mid-late 1950s interceptors. The 469 FIS Commander flew this extremely colorful jet, 1954. Did you note the fuselage "U. S. AIR FORCE" was applied AFTER the jet left the North American factory and was in the standard USAF 45° Insignia Blue lettering, and NOT the unique "curved" font used by North American? Therefore the U. S. AIR FORCE and the buzz number (FU-500) were in different type styles! The colorful red/white tail checkerboards and wingtip and fuselage striping make this an exceptionally eye-catching bird.
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Hornet’s Revenge #5. Operation Iraqi Freedom Combat Birds with mission markings!: F/A-18C, VFA-105 Gunslingers, Capt. "Cyrus" Vance, CAG; F/A-18C, VFA-87 War Party, Capt. Dave Newland, CAG.

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Genda’s Eagles, 343 Kokutai Part 2. N1K2-J Shiden-Kai 343-C-45, Lt. Takashi Oshibuchi, 343 Kokutai, Hikotai 701, May 1945; N1K2-J Shiden-Kai 343-B-20, 343 Kokutai, Hikotai 407, Matsuyama Airfield, March 1945; N1K2-J Shiden-Kai, U.S. Navy (former 343 Kokutai), Omura Airfield, October 16, 1945; N1K2-J Shiden-Kai 343-A-02, Lt. Masai Matsumura, 343 Kokutai, Matsuyama Airfield, March 1945. All aircraft are documented in Classic Publications’ new book Genda’s Blade-Japan’s Squadron of Aces by Henry Sakaida. .

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Colorful A-4Ms #3. Early A-4M VMAT-102 Skyhawks; A-4M Super Mike VMA-331 Bumblebees (if you want to die . . . VMA-331 Killer Bees if you’re a squadron member!).

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F/A-18 Hornet’s Revenge #3. Out of the pages of Operation Enduring Freedom to free Afghanistan from the yoke of Taliban oppression come these two Bugs from CVW-17 on the USS George Washington (CVN-73) during their July-Dec 2002combat cruise. The first bird is an F/A-18C flown by CDR R. P. Carpenter of the VFA-83 Rampagers. The standard TPS low-viz scheme features the name "Avery’s Aviator" and bomb mission markings on the nose. The second F/A-18C is the VFA-34 Blue Blasters CAG bird (in color but rather subdued markings) with CAPT Dana "Smudge" Potts name on the canopy rail. Both jets flew combat in Afghanistan and Iraq during this cruise.

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F/A-18 Hornet’s Revenge #4. Special colorful markings for Operation Iraqi Freedom abound in this decal set covering two combat birds with mission markings! VFA-15 Valions’ F/A-18C CAG bird with CAPT David Newland’s name on the canopy rail also sports a full color "Don’t Tread On Me" Continental Army flag on the nose. Interestingly, this plane flew combat missions with the air refueling probe door removed due to problems with the door itself. CDR Tom "Walli" Lalor, skipper of the VFA-105 Gunslingers, flew the second F/A-18C during the war. Both bomb mission markings and the nose art slogans "Give ‘Em Hell" and "Warhead On Foreheads" decorate this jet.

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Tomcat Farewell No. 1. F-14D, VF-213 Black Lion Skipper’s Bird, AJ/213, special blue scheme over Light Gull Gray; F-14D, VF-213 CAG Bird, AJ/200, special dark blue over standard TPS scheme. These jets were present for the official Tomcat Final Flight at NAS Oceana on 10 March 2006..

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Tomcat Farewell No. 2. F-14D, VF-31 Tomcatters CAG Bird, modex 100, special black tail with yellow Felix emblem, present at the official Tomcat Final Flight at NAS Oceana on 10 March 2006 (includes special PYN-up Decal for Phoenix Award insignia on the rudder!); VF-101 Grim Reapers show bird, AD/160, at VF-101 Disestablishment Ceremony on 15 September 2005 at NAS Oceana.

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Superbugs CAGs & Skippers Part 2. Red Rippers Skipper, F/A-18F, VFA-11. LCDR Lawrence, AA/101 gray tail current scheme; Black Lions’ FIRST Super bug! F/A-18F, VFA-213, CAPT Bill Sizemore, CAG, AJ/200, March 2006; Red Rippers CAG, F/A-18F, CAPT Massey, CAG, VFA-11, AA/100, blue tail current scheme..

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Su-24 Fencer for Trumpeter and Collect-Aire INCLUDING INSIGNIA AND STENCILING! Great source for 1/48 WARPAC national insignia and Cyrillic stenciling! Su-24 Fencer (6 Fencer C/D/E aircraft: Russia (2), Ukraine (2), Iraq, Syria) with FULL Cyrillic stencilling! This extensive sheet can be used for many Soviet aircraft projects.

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Interesting FULCRUMS — ONLY 3 SETS LEFT. MiG-29 Fulcrum markings for four aircraft: Poland 1st PLM, India 28 Sq First Supersonics (2 ACM schemes), Iran. The Indian birds are especially interesting and colorful.

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MiG-29 Fulcrum #2. EXTREMELY LOW QUANTITY–less than 25 left! Soviet/Russian AF, Guards Aviapolk, Kubinka, 1989; Bulgarian AF, 1990; Cuban AF, San Antonio del los Baños, 1992; Indian AF, 47 Sq Air Combat Maneuvering scheme with very colorful blue/white tail ACM high visibility markings, 1991; Romanian AF, 1990.

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Sea Kings #1. This was one of our very earliest decal sets and was so popular it was reprinted at least three times in later years. It covers four colorful Sea Kings: Royal Navy Sea King HAS.5 of 771 Sq; Norwegian Sea King Mk. 43 of 330 Sq; US Navy SH-3A from HS-5; and a CHSS-2 Sea King of HS-50, Royal Canadian Navy – and the aircraft number "01" is even printed in the correct DAYGLO orange color. Only 25 sets still available.

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NINE schemes for Su-27 Flankers with large tail art. These include the Russian VVS Training Center with large sharkmouths, 582d Fighter Regiment, Kubinka AFB, Savastleyka AFB, two Test Pilots Aerobatic Team, Ukrainian 831st Fighter Regiment & Air Defense Regiment, & Chinese 9th Regiment, 3d Air Division.

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Su-22 Colorful Fitters.(4): . East German AF Yellow 546 (brightly colored JBG 77 final flight scheme); East German Navy Black 798 (final flight scheme of overall red/yellow/blue stripes); East German Navy Red 798 in original camouflage scheme; Libyan AF.

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Su-27 Flanker #2. MULTIPLE SHEET SET. Ukrainian Air Force Fairford IAT ’96 scheme consisting of gray/blue splinter camouflage & colorful artwork. I’ve seen these decals on several built models, including one by Chris Derks, and you’ll agree it makes a striking model that stands out in any collection or display!

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F-104 Starfighter Special #1. F-104S ASA, "The Last Starfighter," MM6716, 21˚ Stormo, 53˚ Gruppo, Italian Air Force, Tiger Meet ’96 held at BA 11, Beja, Portugal. This gorgeous Starfighter was painted overall aluminum with a blue nose and tail. The most striking element was the beautiful tiger painted to appear he was breaking through the fuselage skin on the right side nose, with parts of his center and rear body appearing through "holes" painted on the left fuselage. This is one of the most famous Starfighter markings schemes of all time! The second jet is a RF-104G named "Strega Fighter" [witch on a broom artwork] 3-42 (MM6579), 28˚ Gruppo, 3º Stormo, Villafranca AB, Italy, November 1989. This jet was specially painted for the 28° Grupo air-to-air meet, and was withdrawn from service only a month later. Note the RF-104G was a standard F-104G with the Orpheus recce pod (which was not fitted to this jet while she was in this scheme).
Only 19 sets still available.

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Hawker Hunters Part 1. EXTREMELY LOW QUANTITY–ONLY TWO LEFT! F.6 & FGA.9, packed full of very colorful schemes and markings! Royal Jordanian AF, 1966; 1 Sq, Royal Rhodesian AF, 1965; 1 Sq, Zimbabwe AF, 1981; 6 Sq, Sultan of Oman AF, 1976 and overall gray scheme from 1989; 325 Sq, Royal Netherlands AF, 1964; Iraqi AF with additional optional markings; and finally a gorgeous desert scheme for 6 Sq, Royal Saudi AF, 1967.

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BAC Lightnings #3 (9 subjects!). MULTIPLE SHEET SET covering a variety of camouflage schemes. Lightning F.53 53-689/J, 2 Sq Royal Saudi AF, Tabuk, 1980; F.1A XM166/G, 74 Sq Tigers aerobatic team, RAF Coltishaw, 1962; F.3 XP751/B, 74 Sq, RAF Wattisham, 1965; F.6 XR769/B, 74 Sq, RAF Tengah, 1965; F.6 XS903/BA; 11 Sq, RAF Binbrook, 1988; F.3 XP749/BK/2, 11 Sq, RAF Binbrook, 1984; F.6 XR763/B, 11 Sq, RAF Binbrook, 1972; F.3 XR713/C, 111 Sq, RAF Wattisham, 1965.
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Perhaps the most elegant jet ever: the Douglas F4D "Ford" (Skyray) Set #2! F4D-1 (F-6A), 139177, USN Test Pilot School, NAS Patuxent River, MD, overall white with fluorescent red-orange wingtips, nose and vertical fin, Skyray badge on vertical fin; F4D-1, 134911, NP310 of VF-213 (Black Lions), light blue/white checkered vertical fin, light blue stripe on spine; F4D-1, 134759, NACA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett, CA, light gull gray/white with NACA yellow tail band and NACA wings insignia, large TEST lettering above and below both sides of center fuselage; F4D-1 139113, VF-74 (Be-Devilers), AF/106, with "Sexy Six" nose art name, USS Intrepid, Feb ’61 (five months before the squadron transitioned to F4H-1s); F4D-1, 134759, NASA Ames — same aircraft as above, but with later NASA markings and large areas of airframe painted with fluorescent red-orange, including the entire nose and cockpit area.
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Full F4D Skyray Stenciling Data. Full F4D stencilling data with national insignias, correct factory type wing walkways (unlike the incorrect kit provided ones), black depot applied style wingwalks, stripes for the tailhook, two types of intake warning markings (early and late), gray and black antiglare panels, several styles of emergency rescue arrows, etc, plus the full maintenance stencilling.

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F-84G Thunderjets #4. This set features three colorful and unusual straight-wing F-84s. First is a Royal Danish AF jet camouflaged in Dark Green and Dark Sea Grey over PRU Blue. Next is one of the Strategic Air Command’s escort fighters from the 27 FIW, in 1953. The last jet is the extremely colorful "Tigre Bianchi" aerobatic team of the 51st Stormo, Italian Air Force, featuring their bright yellow, blue and red team markings.

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F-84G Thunderjets #5. Extremely colorful F-84Gs including: Mickey Mouse 27 Sq, 10 Wing, Belgian AF; EC 3/1 Argonne, French AF; S. Jorge Portuguese AF aerobatic team; camouflaged Panther squadron Yugoslav AF

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CF-104G "Silver Fox." This is the commemorative 441 Sq, CAF, black/white checkerboard 30th Anniversary special scheme. This is one of the most remarkable and striking schemes ever applied to a Starfighter.

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U-2 Dragon Ladies #3. Seven colorful and important Dragon Ladies are covered in this set. The first three all feature the USAF Pave Onyx jets in the "Sabre Scheme" of light and dark gray used on U-2s based in the United Kingdom in the early 1970s because of British leftist complaints about "black jets" based in England. All were assigned to the 100 SRW, with tail numbers 56-6692, -6700, and -6716. The CIA U-2A N803X wore an overall sea blue scheme during this perod, as did N800X, both of which can be modeled from this set. The sixth jet was an overall black U-2F assigned to the 4080th SRW at Laughlin AFB but assigned to combat duty in Vietnam. The final bird is U-2C, NASA 708, in the scheme she wore in August 1980.

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F-86D Sabre Dogs #4. My main memories of Sabres while I was growing up are of the Sabre Dog, which is why the jet holds such a special place in my heart. Growing up in small-town central Illinois, I well remember the "Dogs" flying down from O’Hare airport in Chicago to air shows in our area in the late ’50s and early ’60s. The bright unit markings and astonishing International Orange hi-viz markings stand out clearly in my mind. Therefore, the first jet in this set is a F-86L (essentially a D with an tiny antenna added) of the 108 FIS, Illinois Air National Guard. The second bird is the highly visible F-86D flown by Lt Col Joe Pelter, commander of the 4th FIS (not the 4th FIW!) at Misawa AB, Japan. Ahhhh, the heady days of our youth!

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F-86Ds Sabre Dogs #5. F-86D FU-007 94 FIS, The Flying Wetback; FU-782, 94 FIS Commander, Ol’ Rover (correct markings); FU-179, 343 Interceptor Sq, Greek AF.

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Early Scooters. A4D-1(A-4A) of VA-44 with a beautiful blue arrowhead swoosh and rudder with white stars; A-4C of VA-113 on the USS Kittyhawk with nice insignia and markings.

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F-100D SMAMA Bright Bird. The Most Colorful Hun Ever! MULTIPLE SHEET SET. This F-100D served as the Sacramento Air Material Area (SMAMA) pattern jet for the F-100 depot. Note the scheme on this jet varied slightly over time; this is the 1963 version.

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F-86A/Es #1. F-86E-5, "Temptation" (Marilyn Monroe pinup artwork) and three MiG kill stars, 50-666, 334th FIS, K-14, Summer 1952; F-86A (Ace of Spades/Dagger emblem), 116th FIS, 81st FIW, USAFE; F-86A, 94th FIS (Hat in Ring insignia on yellow lightning bolt), George AFB, CA, early 1953, markings applied for fly-over at President Eisenhower’s inauguration.

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F-86 Sabres #3. When it comes to Sabres, I can’t help myself-I want to model them all! This set features a couple of early Korean War 4th FIG jets with the black/white ID stripes on the wings and fuselage (applicable to other early-war 4th jets as well, before all Sabre units went to the standard yellow ID stripes). The first jet was part of the fascinating Operation Stovepipe, weather reconnaissance flights over North Korea in 1951. The top surfaces were painted olive drab, but unfortunately reduced top speed by 20 MPH. The jet portrayed here is now displayed at the National Air & Space Museum’s Hazy Center at Dulles airport near Washington, DC. The second plane is Col Glenn Eagleston’s mount while he was commander of the 4 FIW. It’s worth noting the nose intake is confirmed by color photos to be brown fiberglass and not red as depicted in some profile paintings. The final jet is "Miss Kumsum Mo" (pronounce the syllables separately) of the 4th FIW after the yellow ID bands were adopted.

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B-1B Painted BOnes #1. The first jet is "Penetrator" from the 96 BW. This plane had the three-color camouflage scheme (FS 36081/36118/34086), and rather large nose art. The second jet is "Memphis Belle" from the 116 BW at Robbins AFB, Georgia. Actually, I’ve lost count of which "Memphis Belle" this was (#5, #6??). The third bird is "Boss Hawg" with razorback hog nose art from the 7 BW at Dyess AFB, Texas. The final jet is "Global Power" from my old unit, the 28 BW at Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota (where the motto is "there’s a woman behind every tree . . . just no trees!). This nose art features the tiger motif of the 37th Bomb Squadron grasping the globe in its claws.

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B-1B Painted BOnes #2. BOnes = "B-Ones = "B-1s," get it? "Snake Eyes," 86-0105, 28th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Wing, Dyess AFB, TX, with the relatively unusual placement of the nose art on both sides of the nose. "Bad To The Bone" 86-1017, 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Wing, Dyess AFB, TX, again with nose art on both sides of the nose. "American Flyer," 86-0104, 37th Bomb Squadron, 28th Bomb Wing, Ellsworth AFB, SD, and also "Warrior’s Dream," 85-0079, of the 34th Bomb Sq also at Ellsworth, and also sporting the "Mount Rushmore" fin flash of the 28th BW.

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B-1B BOnes #3. "Uncaged" from the 7 BW, "Sharkmouth" from the 184 BW, and "Spit Fire" from the 7 BW.

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Colorful A-4Ms Skyhawks #2. This set showcases two very popular Marine Scooter units. First is the VMA-214 Blacksheep, Iwakuni, 1978. The other jet is from the VMA-311 Tomcats, El Toro, 1985, and features the huge tomcat cartoon on the vertical fin.

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EA-6B Prowlers #3. Get ready for the upcoming 1/48 Kinetic kit (or for your Revell/Monogram kit)!This set kicks off with the dramatic CAG bird from the VAQ-140 Patriots off the USS George Washington (CVN-73) – INCLUDING FREE BONUS markings for same jet on USS John C. Stennis (CVN-74)!! — with full color eagle & lightning on the tail and red markings. This one is truly striking. The second bird is a standard EA-6B from the VAQ-132 Scorpions off the USS Saratoga (CVA-60) with seven radar kill markings from the first Gulf War.

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MiG-Killer F-8 Crusaders Part 5. What a beautiful aeroplane! First is MiG-killer F-8H flown by LCDR Bob Kirkwood of the VF-24 Fighting Renegades off the USS Hancock (CVA-19) in March 1968. Did you note the kill marking under the cockpit AND the MiG-17 profile squadron kill markings painted on the under fuselage strake? The other jet is a MiG killing F-8E of the VF-162 Hunters flown by CDR Richard M. Bellinger off the USS Oriskany (CVA-34) on Oct. 9, 1966. This is the bird that scored the Navy’s first MiG-21 kill. Unfortunately, this jet did not carry the Snoopy artwork on the fin cap as did many of the other squadron aircraft.

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Wonderful Warthogs. A-10A "Black Lightning" Special Scheme, 118th FS /103rd FW Connecticut ANG commemorating the 118th RS P-51 in WW II; A-10A, "Have a Nice Day," 104th FG, 131st FS, based at Barnes Airfield, MA, but deployed to Operation Deliberate Force, Bosnia, Aviano, Italy.

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Artful F-15E Eagles #1. All jets with amazing nose art from Operation Iraqi Freedom, these are all combat birds from the 336th Fighter Squadron of the 4th Wing (4th But First). An amazing (and huge) dragon reminiscent of the B-24 "Dragon And His Tail" adorned 88-1700, along with the name "Dragon Betty II" (what the heck was Dragon Betty I, the guy’s wife?!). Donald (Duck, not "The Donald" Trump) riding a smart bomb was painted on the nose of 88-1687 along with the name "Back For More/Mad Duck IV." Yet another "Memphis Belle" graced 89-0485. Interesting story on this one. Originally named "Memphis Belle III" with the name in a flowing cursive script, at the specific request of Col Robert Morgan (pilot of the original B-17F "Memphis Belle"), the name was changed to a block style better matching the original. Bob also corrected them that, according to his records, this was the NINTH US Air Force plane to carry the name "Memphis Belle." Ergo, the name was changed to "Memphis Belle IX." In honor of the 336th Fighter Squadron’s nickname (The Rocketeers), 89-0488 carried an Uncle Sam riding a rocket, along with the name "Rocket Express."

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4th But First At War. F-15E Strike Eagles in The Iraq War:  88-1671, "Shangri-La II;" 88-1675, "Sneaky Carrot;" 88-1690, "Darkness Falls;" 90-0231, "Captain America", all from the 336 FS.

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F-15E Artful Eagles #3, "4th But First" At War. MULTIPLE SHEET SET. Three "nose art" F-15E Strike Eagles in Operation Iraqi Freedom. 89-0487 was named "Lucky" because of its helicopter kill during the first Gulf War (they dropped a BOMB on it to knock it out of the air!) — there’s more to this story you can read on the instruction sheet. Next is 89-0484 "Crazy 8’s" with a long story on the instruction sheet as to how the name was derived. The final jet is 90-0230 "NANCY MARY," a name derived from the phonetics "NM" which stands for "Needs Maintenance." This inside joke acknowledged the amount of down time the jet required during the first eight days of the war, but the number of bomb mission markings on the nose show that she still made a major contribution! All jets are from the 335th FS, 4th FW.

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Bell X-1 markings for ALL aircraft and all flights! Covers all markings for ALL NINE different schemes (both orange and white) worn by X-1s, including the really cool markings applied for the movie "Jet Pilot" starring John Wayne. Includes FULL stenciling! This set was created with the assistance of NASA, and I’m especially indebted to noted X-1 researcher and author Tony Landis for his help. A must to replace the unusable decals in the Eduard X-1 kit.

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Bell X-1E markings for ALL flights! Includes full stenciling!

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SR-71 Blackbirds #1. Markings for EIGHT jets, including a SPECIAL BONUS decal! SR-71A, 61-79xx, Bonus Decal, HABU (on TOP of nose!):SR-71A, 61-7958, "Habu;" SR-71A, 61-7962, Skull & Crossbones; SR-71A, 61-7971, "Spuds MacKenzie;" SR-71A, 61-7972, "Charlie’s Problem;" SR-71A, 61-7974, "Ichi Ban;" SR-71A, 61-7976, Snarling Cat; SR-71A, 61-7978, "Rapid Rabbit;" SR-71A, 61-7980, "Rosemary’s Baby-San."

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F/A-18 Hornet’s Revenge #6. This set covers two very colorful, although perhaps lesser known, Hornets based at NAS Oceana. My favorite non-combat Hornet-by far-is the CAG F/A-18D of the VFA-106 Gladiators, which was part of the RAG. In additional to the attactive insignia and blue markings, since this was a RAG bird it had "NAVY" and "ROMAN EMPIRE" painted on the left side, and "MARINES" and "GLADIATORS" on the right side! What an eye-catcher! As the CAG bird, CAPT "SHOE" Shoemaker’s name was on the canopy rail. The other jet is the CAG bird from the VFA-37 Bulls and features colorful red markings over its TPS scheme and squadron commander CDR Jeff Dodson’s name on the canopy rails. Note the fuselage star and bar, which is much smaller than standard for a Hornet.

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Aardvark & SparkVarks. F-111F Aardvark, "The Aardvark Retires," 27 FW, Cannon AFB, NM, 27 July 1996, ceremony at Ft Worth, TX; EF-111A Raven (SparkVark), "Strong Arm Tactics/Batman," 429 ECS/27 FW, Incirlik, Turkey, 1994, Operation Provide Comfort & Southern Watch; EF-111A Raven, "Yankee Air Pirate," 429 ECS/27 FW, Incirlik, Turkey, 1994, Operation Provide Comfort & Southern Watch.

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U-2A/U-2CT/ER-2 U-2A/U-2CT/ER-2 Decals. This MULTIPLE SHEET SET contains markings for the CIA U-2As with spoof NACA and NASA markings, ALL markings schemes for the U-2CTs (also called U-2C(T)) two-seat trainers used by the Air Force, and ALL markings carried by NASA ER-2s (U-2R/TR-1A) based at both NASA Ames and NASA Dryden!

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SR-71 Blackbirds 21. EXTREMELY LIMITED QUANTITY (only 13 available)! SR-71/YF-12A Blackbird markings for SIX jets: SR-71A, 61-7962, R.I.P; SR-71A, 61-7974, Leprechaun; SR-71A, 61-7979, Night Hawk; SR-71A, 61-7980, Farewell Dartboard; SR-71B, 61-7956, Gumby; YF-12A, 60-6936, Record Flights."

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Sassy Sabres Part 2. Previously thought to be completely sold out, I was able to find enough decals to assemble 23 more sets of this, my favorite Sabre markings of all time. Capt Chuck Owens’ F-86E-10-NA "El Diablo; early and late versions of Col Royal "King" Baker’s F-86E-10 "The King," all from 4th FIW, Korea

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F-4J (UK) 74 Sq RAF, 1988 NATO Tiger Meet Scheme. Love this jet (a standard USN F-4J leased to the RAF) . . . some of the most INept artwork ever applied to a military aircraft (let alone a "special" scheme) resulted in one of the most eye-catching Phantoms ever! I mean no offense to the artist (and after all, they designed and painted the artwork overnight at the last minute), but the tiger nose art looks like it was done by a none-too-talented nine year old! In spite of the technical "deficiencies" of the nose art, it looks very cool, and it is impossible to miss this jet even in a large collection of models. Our decal set provides full crew names, serial numbers, and code letters (T, I, G, E, R, S, Q, N) for every jet 74 Sq flew at that time. Alternate markings allow you to build the early "gray tail" ("grey tail" for you Brits :)) scheme as well as the later standard "black tail" scheme without the Tiger Meet markings.

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F-4J Showtime 100 of VF-96. CORRECT MARKINGS for the aircraft in which Cunningham and Driscoll became the US Navy’s first aces of the Vietnam War. Why did we do decals for a scheme that has been done so many times by model companies as well as other aftermarket decal companies? Historical accuracy, of course. Kit decals, apart from their usually pedestrian printing quality, tend to have various artwork mistakes in addition to being a mix of markings from different cruises, nor have they incorporated the differences between the "early" phase of the 1972 deployment and the last half of the cruise during which Cunningham & Driscoll got their famous MiG kill.
Only 26 sets still available.

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F-4J of VFMA-235 "Death Angels." In their original scheme, the squadron carried only a red radome and red/white star swoosh on the fin. The "Death Angel" insignia was added to the rudder soon after the white stars were added to the radome. It is purported the squadron flew combat missions from Da Nang in this scheme, although we were only able to find photos of this scheme taken at MCAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. In keeping with fighter pilot traditions, the squadron called themselves the "Death Angels" while the rest of the Marine Corps fighter squadrons called them the "Dead Angels!"

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Ferris & Bunny F-4Js . . . and now for something completely different! This set features the amazing experimental "splinter" scheme designed by Keith Ferris for the Navy’s Phantoms and tested on VF-194 "Red Lightnings" birds in 1976. Navy pilots reported the scheme was actually easier to see than the TPS scheme then in use so this camouflage was not adopted. The second bird is one of the famous "Black Bunny" Phantoms (BuNo 153783) flown by the VX-4 "Evaluators." This is the first time all correct markings for Modex 1 have been included on a decal sheet.

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F-14A Tomcat Afghan War Heroes With Nose Art. This set features the resurgance of nose art on Navy combat aircraft with three VF-41 Black Aces Toms off the USS Enterprise during the start of the war in Afghanistan: "Anna," "Delores," and "Lauren." Anna was the hi-viz CAG bird, with a black spine and full color Ace of Spades insignia. "Delores" and "Lauren" were standard TPS lo-viz birds. All flew strike missions at the start of the Afghan war.

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Iraqi Freedom F-14 Tomcat Heroes #1. Two VF-31 Tomcatters combat birds grace this set. First is the red tail (yes, in combat) Tomcatters F-14D Skipper’s Bird with CDR Paul "Butkus" Haas, CO & CDR Aaron "Suds" Cudnohufsky, XO, names on the canopy rail. Of particular interest is the special "mission marking" devised by VF-31: a small cartoon "Felix The Cat" dropping a bomb! Very clever, and much different from what you usually see. This jet displayed 11 bombing missions. The second bird (this one in standard TPS camouflage) carried the name "Ms Heidi" on the nose and LT "Spicoli" Kadar & LTCR "Nasty" Elder’s names on the canopy rails. Along with the 19 unusual VF-31 mission symbols, it also displayed one gun sortie depicted as a "tommy gun!"

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Iraqi Freedom F-14 Heroes #2. This set showcases two VF-31 Tomcatters F-14Ds that flew combat during Operation Iraqi Freedom (well, one did; the second is not so clear). First is the Tomcatters CAG Bird, CAPT Kevin "K.C." Albright, CAG & CAPT Scott "Notso" Swift, DCAG, which displayed 19 bombing mission symbols and had a black tail. This bird was remarkable for having broken THREE nose gear struts during the cruise, and carried appropriate "nose strut kill markings" to prove it! The second is Modex 105, with LT Craig "Crunch" Snyder & LCDR Daniel "Sully" Sullivan’s names painted on the rails. This bird had a specially created medal painted on the nose emblazoned with the phrase "I Gave So Others Could Fly." OK, this jet flew combat missions in spirit, if not in fact! Well, at least various parts of it flew missions since it was the spare parts bird.

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PYN-up Decals Voluptuous S-3B Viking Part 1. This is the coolest Viking scheme ever! Unfortunately, it was painted in honor of the VS-21 (Sea Control Squadron 21) "Red Tails" decommissioning, and the bird is now sitting, mothballed, in the Arizona desert at Davis-Monthan AFB. The VS-21 Red Tails were decommissioned at NAF Atsugi, Japan, at the end of February, 2005, bringing to an end 60 years of unit history that began with Torpedo Squadron 41 (VT-41) in 1945. Their final sea deployment was aboard the USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63).

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S-3B "NAVY 1." (equivalent to "Air Force One") of VS-35 Blue Wolves in BOTH 1/48 AND 1/72 scales on the SAME sheet! This special scheme commemorates the first carrier trap by a sitting US President! NOTE that this scheme is NOT simple a "colorized" version of the so-called "standard" VS-35 artwork; it is different in many respects and this decal set is NOT simply old artwork with color added! We produced with the full cooperation of VS-35. Our set is dedicated to LT Patrick "Paddy" Myrick (who helped us with the research) and his crew of Blue Wolf 704, lost at Kita-io-Jima, Japan on 10 Aug 2004.

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Farewell F-14 Tomcats #2. This set commemorates the final Tomcat flights at NAS Oceana by VF- 31 and VF-101. First is the F-14D, VF-31 Tomcatters CAG Bird, modex 100, special black tail with yellow Felix emblem, present at the official Tomcat Final Flight at NAS Oceana on 10 March 2006 (includes special PYN-up Decal for Phoenix Award insignia on the rudder!). The second is the VF-101 Grim Reapers show bird, AD/160, at VF-101 Disestablishment Ceremony on 15 September 2005 at NAS Oceana.

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F/A-18E/F Superbugs CAGs & Skippers Part 1. This is a very cool set and even has some nose art! The first subject is the VF-103 Jolly Rogers black tail skipper’s bird, an F/A-18F, with CDR Brian Koehr’s name on the rail and coded AG/201. Next is the VFA-115 Eagles’ skipper’s F/A-18E with CDR Jeff Penfield’s name on the canopy rail and coded NK/201. The final bird is the VFA-103 Jolly Rogers black tail CAG Bird, an F/A-18F with CAPT Bud Bishop’s name on the canopy rail.

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F/A-18F Superbug CAGs & Skippers Part 2. This set features three colorfully marked Super Hornets. First is the VFA-11 "Red Rippers" skipper’s bird, LCDR Lawrence, AA/101, with the blue spine and gray tail. Next is the VFA-213 "Black Lions’" FIRST Superbug, marked for CAPT Bill Sizemore, CAG, AJ/200, March 2006. The final jet is the VFA-11 "Red Rippers" CAG bird, marked for CAPT Massey, CAG, AA/100, with the blue spine and full blue tail scheme.
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Tomcat Sunset F-14s #1. This our first set to honor the official retirement of the F-14 Tomcat from US Navy service and features three VF-31 Tomcatters ‘Cats that made the final traps and launches from the USS Theodore Roosevelt on 28 July 2006. First is AJ/110, named "Sweet Little Miss," flown by LT Taylor Grant. Next is AJ/112, flown by LT Chris Rattigan, and the final bird is AJ/106, flown by LCDR Dave Faehnle and sporting a large "United States Navy – Tomcats and Targets" insignia on the radome. These are all TPS gray scheme birds that went on to participate in the Tomcat Sunset official US Navy retirement ceremony for the Tomcat at NAS Oceana, Virginia, in mid September 2006.

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F-14 Tomcat Sunset #2. This set showcases the two significant VF-31 Tomcatters birds that participated in the Tomcat Sunset (official retirement of the F-14 from the Fleet) celebration held at NAS Oceana on September 18, 2006. First is the hi-viz Skipper’s Bird AJ/101 featuring a flamboyant red tail and black spine, marked for CDR Jim ‘Puck’ Howe, the final commanding officer. The second bird is Modex 103 with a gray tail (no tail code), but featuring the special "Grumman/US Navy’s Last Fighter 1970-2006" full color logos on the fins. Marked for LCDR Greg Knepper, both birds wore the standard TPS gray scheme.

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Tomcat Sunset #3. Fully accurate markings for two very cool Tomcats specially painted for the "Tomcat Sumset" (retirement) of the F-14 at NAS Oceana in late September 2006. VF-31 Tomcatters, Modex 102 gray tail (no tail code) Grumman/US Navy’s Last Fighter 1970-2006 (gray logos), CDR Curt Opie Seth; Modex 00 CAG bird black tail Just Win, Baby – USS Theodore Roosevelt, CAPT Dan Dix Dixon, both TPS gray scheme, September 18, 2006, NAS Oceana. This set includes a special Felix’ Fire PYN-up Decal for the drop tank!

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F9F-2 Panther "Hot Cats On Parade" #1. MULTIPLE SHEET SET. This stunning set includes four different Korean War combat Panthers, with full stenciling. First is "Paper Doll," 121/D, from VF-781 off the USS Bon Homme Richard, Korea, Fall 1951. This bird has occasionally been misidentified as a F9F-5, but was actually a Dash 2, and features red lightning bolt markings on the nose and tip tanks as well as a large mission markings scoreboard. Next is "Papasan," 101/L, usually flown by LCDR J. M. Hill, commander of VF-71 off the USS Bon Homme Richard, Korea, 1952-53. Also from VF-71 is 113/L, remarkable for having different plane and pilot names painted on each side. The right side name was "Potato City Flash/Coudersport Pa." with LT H. C. Palmatier’s name painted under the canopy. The left side sported the name "Violette" painted in very fancy script, along with LT M. J. Signorelli’s name under the canopy. The final bird is famous for making the first US Navy jet kill, when LTJG Len Plog of VF-51 shot down a North Korean Yak-9 on 3 July 1950. The aircraft was a F9F-3 (the Dash 2 and Dash 3 were externally identical, differing only in the engine fitted) coded 109/S, flying off the USS Valley Forge. For modelers, this bird is unusual due to the naked rear fuselage, which lacked both the large white "NAVY" and unit designation typically applied. Only 17 sets still available.

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F9F-2s #2. Amazing multiple-part decal set for three bitchin’ Korean-era Panthers! First is 2/WL, "Jet Cats," VMF-311, most Panther combat missions in Korea (a HUGE number of bomb mission markings painted on BOTH sides of the nose, and each side is DIFFERENT!), 1953; F9F-2B 1/WL, with a huge panther face painted around the circumference of the nose, VMF-311, Korea 1952; Blue Angels 1949 demonstration season, jet number 1, LCDR Dusty Rhodes. This set includes correct full stencils, including the correct (and different) stencils for the Blue Angels bird. It also includes a scribing template to correct the blow-in doors on the top center fuselage on the Trumpeter kit.

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F9F-2 & XF9F Panther Hot Cats On Parade #3. MULTIPLE SHEET SET! Panthers painted in anything except Glossy Sea Blue make remarkable modeling subjects, so we created this set for you. The first bird is a Light Gull Gray over Insignia White candy-striped jet from ATU-206 at NAS Pensacola in 1956. Since the bright markings on the unit’s birds were hand-painted (or at least hand-masked), EVERY plane had slightly different markings! This one carries the red nose swoosh, fin, broad underbelly stripe, and twin topside stripes, as well as red candy stripes painted over the Light Gull Gray/White tip tanks. As you know, all the Panther prototypes were unpainted natural metal, which makes for some very interesting models indeed! And yes, all the XF9F-2 and XF9F-3 prototypes had leaping panthers painted on the noses, but the artwork and layout differed (of course you get all the variations here). Oh, and remember the F9F-2 and F9F-3 were externally identical, differing only in the engine fitted. Personally, I’ve never wanted to build the same model/markings everybody else is, and this set is a great way to break free from the pack.

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A3J-1 (A-5A) Vigilante. This set includes TWO full decal sheets that include markings for FIVE different birds! This is the decal set from my A3J-1 Conversion Kit (decals only; no resin parts included). Because of the large areas of International Orange or Dayglo Orange on some of the aircraft, I’m also including TWO huge sheets of painting templates you can transfer to your favorite masking material to make your painting chores extremely easy! Specific aircraft included are A-5A, BuNo 147858/NASA 858, NASA Flight Research Center (now Dryden Flight Research Center), Edwards AFB, for SST Program testing, 1962. A3J-1, BuNo 147856, Modex 856, Naval Weapons Evaluation Facility, Albuquerque, NM, for special weapons testing, 1961. A3J-1, BuNo 146697, Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, MD, used for the first Vigilante landing on an aircraft carrier, the USS Saratoga, 22 July 1960. A-5A, BuNo 149295, AG/607, VAH-1 "Smokin’ Tigers," USS Independence, 1963. A3J-1, BuNo 149283, AF/710, VAH-7 "Peacemakers of the Fleet," USS Enterprise, 1963.

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F4H-1 Phantom. This is the HUGE 8.5 x 11" decal set from my 1/48 conversion set (sorry, no resin parts included). It includes decals for SIXTEEN F4H-1 markings variations. Full markings and camouflage descriptions printed in full color on the instruction sheet. It also includes one HUGE 8.5" x 11" sheet of paper painting masks you can transfer to your favorite masking material to make your painting quick and easy.

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US Export Colors Of WW II, by Dana Bell. Covers the colors and camouflage patterns used on American aircraft exported to the Allies during WW II.  This book covers specific colors used at specific times on specific aircraft. A MUST have for all serious modelers. If you missed getting this book as a bonus for purchasing decals during my introductory sale, it is identical to the one offered then , and is now available for purchase. It will be delivered electronically and requires a PC and internet connection (Windows or Linux; sorry about that, Macintosh users).

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F-86 Sabre Markings Of The Korean War, by David H. Klaus. This special report on the marking systems used by Sabre units during the Korean War uses excellent photos to illustrate the various elements of these markings. Photos of interesting nose art are also discussed. If you missed getting this book as a bonus for purchasing decals during my introductory sale, it is identical to the one offered then , and is now available for purchase. It will be delivered electronically and requires a PC and internet connection (Windows or Linux; sorry about that, Macintosh users).

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F4H-1 Phantom: The Legend Begins, by David H. Klaus. This heavily illustrated special report covers some of the important aspects of the delivery and use of the "first" Phantom (yeah, yeah, I know the FH-1 Phantom was technically the "first" Phantom, but that jet was a failure and only a handful produced . . . in most peoples’ minds, THIS was the only Phantom that counted). Contains many photos you probably haven’t seen before, and almost certainly better quality than available elsewhere. If you missed getting this book as a bonus for purchasing decals during my introductory sale, it is identical to the one offered then , and is now available for purchase. It will be delivered electronically and requires a PC and internet connection (Windows or Linux; sorry about that, Macintosh users).

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