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11/22/23 - Load the Grill!  Drop the Fry Baskets!  48-283 F-16A/B Vipers of the Caribbean is Now Available to order!!

09/18/23 - 48-086 MIssile Markings sheet is BACK IN STOCK!  Updated with AIM-9X markings!

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 05/18/23 - 72-107 F-16C Alaskan Splinters Pt II is SOLD OUT!

05/18/23 - 48-276 A-10C Hoosier Hawgs is SOLD OUT!

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48-283 F-16A/B Vipers of the Caribbean

The 198th FS converted from the A-7D/K to the F-16 in the Air Defense Fighter (ADF) variant in 1992. At that time most ANG units were equipped with this version of the somewhat older A/B models of the viper. Even though the 198th was flying the ADF variant of the F-16, they were trained in the bombing role as well. The ADF version featured the addition of a CWI module on the APG-66 radar, a search light on the port side of the nose, more adapted communication equipment, an Advanced Identification Friend or Foe (AIFF) system and the possibility to fire AIM-7 or the later AIM-120 missiles.
The era of the F-16 with the 198th FS didn’t last that long. In 1998 the Staff decided that the squadron would be better suited as an airlift squadron and the unit converted to the C-130E. The 198th sent most of their F-16 airframes to AMARC, where most of them still reside today (2012). All together the F-16 days of the squadron only reached 6 years before transition took place.
This sheet features enough markings options for 20 AC with stencils to build 2 complete aircraft.
 

Recommended Kits:

  • Kinetic F-16A/B (KIN48146 Boxing)
  • Tamiya F-16C (ADF Conversion Required)
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48-282 F-16C/D Wild Ducks

The 309th FS is part of the 56th Operations Group based at Luke AFB, AZ.  It currently operates the F-16C/D Fighting Falcon
Established in 1942, the “Wild Ducks” supported the European Theater flying the Spitfire Vs as the squadrons P-39s and P-40s were deemed unsuitable against German aircraft.  They later transitioned to the P-51 till the end of WWII.
During the Cold War the 309th flew the P-80A, F-84E and after being reassigned to TAC, they flew the F-4E.

Since the Gulf War, the unit has flown the F-16 and The “Wild Ducks” AC on this sheet represents the 80th Anniversary scheme of the 309th.

AC 90-0778 is an F-16D that was inherited from the 19th TFS at Shaw AFB and is the only F-16 to ever shoot down a MiG-25.  “Benji 41” flown by Gen Gary North accomplished this kill on 27 Dec, 1992 and this paint scheme commemorates that MiG kill.  This aircraft was assigned to the 310th FS Top Hats.  They have recently transitioned to the F-35.

Full stencils for both aircraft are included on this sheet.  There are also (2) sets of masks included since the upper and lower wing/horizontal stab markings are identical.  Both of these AC schemes were designed by the very talented Ssgt Michael Cichonsky of the 309th with very detailed references provided directly by him.

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  • Tamiya F-16C
  • Kinetic F-16C/D
  • Hasegawa F-16C/D
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48-281 F-16 Press to Test Anniversary

October 14, 1947 was a historic date in aviation.  On that date, Chuck Yeager broke the sound barrier in the X-1 aircraft at Edwards AFB, CA.  Every year since that date, Edwards AFB and the aviation world has celebrated this historic achievement.

Edwards AFB hosts their annual Open House in October to coincide with this historic event.  On occasion a commemorative paint scheme is applied to an ED aircraft and we have recreated both the 70th and 75th Anniversary schemes on this sheet.

The NF-16D VISTA was originally a Block 30 aircraft. It has undergone many extensive modifications in it's life to include the MATV engine nozzle, software OFP upgrades and other upgrades to facilitate use as a flying qualities testbed for the USAF Test Pilot School.

On 14 June 2021, VISTA received the Skyborg System for Autonomous Control of Simulation (SACS) and was re designated as the X-62A.

The new paint scheme of the X-62A was designed by Mike Machat who is a well known artist with deep ties to the Edwards AFB community.

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  • Tamiya F-16C
  • Kinetic F-16C/D
  • Hasegawa F-16C/D
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48-280 F-16 Long Live the Viper!

The General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon is a single-engine multirole fighter aircraft originally developed by General Dynamics for the United States Air Force (USAF). Designed as an air superiority day fighter, it evolved into a successful all-weather multirole aircraft. Over 4,700 aircraft have been built since production was approved in 1976.  In 1993, General Dynamics sold its aircraft manufacturing business to the Lockheed Martin Corporation.
In addition to active duty in the U.S. Air Force, Air Force Reserve Command, and Air National Guard units, the aircraft is also used by the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds aerial demonstration team, and as an adversary/aggressor aircraft by the United States Navy.  As of 2022, it was the world's second most manufactured jet aircraft and the most numerous fixed-wing aircraft in military service.
A truly iconic aircraft with a history as rich as the B-17, P-51, F-86, F-4, F-14 and other aircraft, the latest version of the F-16 is the  F-16V Block 70/72 export version with numerous new buys as well as countries upgrading their current aircraft to the Block 70/72 configuration.

Sized for the Tamiya F-16C kit

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  • Tamiya F-16C
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  • Hasegawa F-16C
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48-279 F-117A Return from the Dead

The Nighthawk is back!

Throughout 2021/2022 we've seen these three AC flying simulated cruise missile missions in support of numerous training events in the US.  These aircraft were seen supporting these missions in Fresno, CA and also in support of the Savannah Sentry event in Georgia.  We've captured these aircraft in these markings and added a couple of bonus subjects along the way.

These bonus subjects include an F-117A from Palmdale, CA that was finished in a gray RAM coating during the early days of the program..  This specific jet was a Lockheed Martin flyable spare, time frame unknown.

Two previously released Gray Dragon schemes that were deployed out to Holloman AFB in the mid-2000's are also included on this sheet.

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  • Tamiya F-117A Nighthawk
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48-278 EA-18G Rooks and Jackets

VAQ-137 "Rooks" are currently based at NAS Whidbey Island support numerous deployment and exercise detachments on board the USS Harry Truman (CVN-75).  They deployed for the very first time in 2015 aboard the USS Theodore Rooselvelt (CVN-71) in 2015.

VAQ-138 "Yellow Jackets" transitioned to the EA-18G Growler in 2009.  They typically deploy from land bases and most recently have supported deployments to Japan and Nellis AFB.

This decal sheet provides full markings for both CAG aircraft from the represented squadrons.  Stencils for the ALQ-99 pods are also included.

Recommended Kits:

  • Meng EA-18G Growler
  • Hasegawa EA-18G Growler
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48-275 A-10C Heritage Hawgs

Numerous heritage paint schemes have adorned USAF fighter aircraft over the last few years. These have been done in support of promoting unit heritage and moral. The ANG, Reserves and Active Duty force painted these three unique, temporary schemes.

The 405th FS scheme celebrates the 75th Anniversary of their squadron and replicates a P-47 scheme from Western France in 1944.

The A-10 Demonstration Team scheme pays homage to POW/MIA personnel from the Vietnam Conflict. This scheme will be on the jet for the entire 2021/2022 airshow season.

The paint scheme on the 303rd FS is from 2019 and their jet was painted with D-Day invasion stripes in commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the D-Day Invasion.

There are enough markings on this sheet to build all three jets. There is also dimensional information provided to mask and paint the invasion stripes on the aircraft.

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  • 1/48th Hobby Boss A-10
  • 1/48th Revell A-10
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48-274 A-10A/C Brrrrrt.. to the Future

This sheet provides markings for three different eras of the A-10.

A-10A 80-0221 in special arctic scheme from Operation Cool Snow Hog 82-1. There is a bonus set of markings for this aircraft in 1/72nd scale included.

A-10A 80-0186 from Desert Storm. This aircraft suffered severe damage from an SA-16 during a mission and was quickly repaired and put back into service within 7 days.

A-10C 80-0186 from the DARPA/AFRL Persistent Close Air Support (PCAS) program. This is the same SN as the Desert Storm aircraft on this sheet. This aircraft was utilized as an Optionally Piloted Vehicle (OPV) to facilitate testing of some leading edge Joint Terminal Attack Control (JTAC) technology development and testing for this very leading edge program. Many of the technologies developed on this program have been implemented into current JTAC/TACP capabilities.

Recommended Kits:

  • 1/48th Hobby Boss A-10
  • 1/48th Revell A-10
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72-110/32-071 A-10C Heritage Hawgs

Numerous heritage paint schemes have adorned USAF fighter aircraft over the last few years. These have been done in support of promoting unit heritage and moral. The ANG, Reserves and Active Duty force painted these three unique, temporary schemes.

The 405th FS scheme celebrates the 75th Anniversary of their squadron and replicates a P-47 scheme from Western France in 1944.

The A-10 Demonstration Team scheme pays homage to POW/MIA personnel from the Vietnam Conflict. This scheme will be on the jet for the entire 2021/2022 airshow season.

The paint scheme on the 303rd FS is from 2019 and their jet was painted with D-Day invasion stripes in commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the D-Day Invasion.

There are enough markings on this sheet to build all three jets. There is also dimensional information provided to mask and paint the invasion stripes on the aircraft.

Recommended Kits:

  • 1/72nd Italeri A-10
  • 1/32nd Trumpeter A-10
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72-111/32-072 A-10C Hoosier Hawgs

The 122nd FW traces it's history back to the 358th Fighter Group that was activated in January 1943.  Flying P-47 Thunderbolts, their primary mission was bomber escort but as the Allies advanced, their role shifted to ground support and "tank busting".

The 122nd Fighter Wing currently operates a full squadron of A-10C Thunderbolt II aircraft.  The "Blacksnakes" of the 163rd Fighter Squadron are based out of the Fort Wane Air National Guard (ANG) Base in Fort Wayne, IN.

To commemorate 100 Years of Aviation in the Indiana Air National Guard, the ANG Paint Facility in Sioux City, Iowa painted one aircraft in a black/gray scheme with a large "100" on both engine nacelles.  The colors of the scheme follow the same pattern as the traditional A-10 scheme.

There are an additional five aircraft on this decal sheet that capture the traditional line jets at various times in the units history. 

Recommended Kits:

  • 1/72nd Italeri A-10 
  • 1/32nd Trumpeter A-10

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