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Duh. I forgot to include the sets listed on this page on the “by scale” pages, so here they are. Be sure to check the scale listed with each description.

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F/A-18 Hornet’s Revenge #2. F/A-18C, CAPT Dana "Smudge" Potts, VFA-34 "Blue Blasters" low-viz CAG bird (in standard TPS scheme), from CVW-17, USS George Washington combat cruise in Afghanistan and Iraq, July-Dec 2002.

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F4U-4 Corsairs Part 2. MULTIPLE SHEET SET. The first bird is F4U-4B, VF-113, CDR John "Tex" O’Neill, USS Princeton, 1950, showing a ton of white mission markings on the right side of the fuselage. The second is F4U-4B, VMA-332, USS Bairoko (CVE-115), steaming in the Yellow Sea off Korea, July 1953.

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A-7E Modex 307 of the VA-15 Valions. This scheme featured the standard Light Gull Gray over Insignia White scheme with an all-white fin & rudder showing the large blue royal lion of the Valions.

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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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P-39s Airacobras #2. American and Russian ‘Cobras include P-39D “Border Buckaroo II/Black Fury” of the 110th TRS; P-39Q of a Soviet ace from 9th GvIAP with large a large eagle superimposed on a red disk and clutching a Soviet Guards insignia in his talons; and the P-39Q of Lt Marks named “Monkey” and “Kay” of the 8th FG. The final subject is the dramatically marked P-39Q-5 of Soviet ace Mikhail Rents of the 30th GvIAP. This bird sported 11 kill markings, large playing cards, and an aviation insignia, practically filling the entire side of the aircraft.

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P-39 Airacobras #3. This is definitely the most fun P-39 set we ever did, featuring everything from a historically important bird to wild nose art to a natural metal scheme to an Italian scheme. First is William A. Shomo’s very first “Snooks,” a P-39Q of the 82nd TRG (he later earned the Medal of Honor flying a Mustang). Next is the striking P-39K Fireball, actually delivered to the USAAF by Bell Aircraft with this nose art already applied! A standout in any collection, the unarmed P-39D “Daisy Mae” sports an extremely unexpected natural metal finish and large nose art. The final subject is P-39N 97° Squadriglia, Italian AF, in standard camouflage.

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A-4 Skyhawks #4. This is another of our most popular Scooter sets, with the bright gold dragon markings of the VA-192 Golden Dragons setting off modelers’ interest. Therefore, the first bird is the stunning A-4C flown by the Golden Dragons off the USS Bon Homme Richard (“Bonnie Dick,” CVA-31) in 1963. Note especially the incredible dragon painted on the drop tanks! The second plane is an A-4E of the VA-55 Warhorses in 1964.

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F/A-18 Hornet’s Revenge #1. In the post 9/11 world, the US Navy struck back at the bad guys with a vengeance. This set features two birds from CVW-17 during the USS George Washington combat cruise July-Dec 2002. The first is the F/A-18C that carried the unit’s traditional Christmas “Grinch” artwork and flown by LT P. S. Laney of VFA-83. The second bird is the VFA-81 “CAG” bird, an F/A-18C with CAPT Dana Potts’ name painted on the rails, (Dana (Smudge) was CAG at the time).

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Hornet’s Revenge. 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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Final Pedros. He 111E, V4+EH, 1./KG 1; He 111F Turkish AF.

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Cross-Dressing Stormbirds. Me 262 A-1a. "Ginny H," W.Nr. 501232, Late scheme after transfer to Watson’s Whizzers; Me 262 B-1a, W.Nr. 110165, Captured by British at Schleswig-Jägel; Me 262 A-1a, Yellow 5, W.Nr. 501232, Early scheme at München-Riem prior to transfer to Lechfeld; Me 262 A-1a, formerly Yellow 5, W.Nr. 501232, Late scheme after transfer to Watson’s Whizzers.

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PYN-up Decals Liberated Chics #1 PYN-UP! B-24J-120-CO, “Madame Pele,” 11 BG/98 BS; B-24H-10-DT, “Jamaica?” (play on the words “did you make her,” with different artwork on each side of nose), 466 BG/785 BS, Lt Larry Booth. Truly incredible nose art, executed in our unparalleled PYN-up technology!

$22.97
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F-14Ds of the Pacific Fleet. Initial deployment of VF-2 Bounty Hunters and VF-31 Tomcatters. This sheet was originally prepared with the assistance of CDR Scott Scooter Lamoreaux of VF-2, who was unfortunately killed in a flying accident in 1996.

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Nose Art Corsairs. F4U-1Ds of VBF-83, Summer 1945: #185, 6 kill marks; "Killer’s Hash Wagon," #195 (later #227), ; "Maggie’s Drawers." #191. This sheet was researched by the inimitable Hal Tippens.

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F-14 Tomcat Farewell #1. This set commemorates the “Final Flight” Toms of VF-213 Black Lions. First is the hi-viz F-14D Skipper’s Bird, AJ/213, wearing a beautiful special bright blue scheme over Light Gull Gray. The second F-14D was the final VF-213 CAG Bird, AJ/200, wearing beautiful, but less flamboyant, special two-toned dark blue markings over the standard TPS scheme. These attractive birds were present for the official Tomcat Final Flight at NAS Oceana on 10 March 2006.

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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).

$16.97
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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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