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Surprised this hasn't showed up yet! Photo Credit to the 127th Wing Facebook page

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She's a beaut, Clark!  Can't wait to see it next weekend!

 

David

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Please take high quality photos from good angles and the decals could become a reality. 

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On 8/15/2017 at 5:14 PM, KursadA said:

Please take high quality photos from good angles and the decals could become a reality. 

On it, I'll be there Saturday.....and maybe helping set up the CG static display Dolphin friday afternoon

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Done and to the printers.  Look for them in about two month's time, maybe less.  These will print with the 1/32 F-4 stencils and 1/48th War Weary Warthogs.

 

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I will have the artwork completed tomorrow and on a 1/72 sheet going to the printer in about a week.  

 

Mark S.

 

Wolfpak Decals

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Hmmmm

One wonders how many dekkel outfits have posted "At the printers" just to get the jump on, well other dekkel outfits 

 

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Uncle.  My guess is the yellow bits got added after the photos of the real jet were taken.  But the lack of national insignia?  The red is an interesting choice. 

 

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I have pictures taken this past weekend at the show. I still think that thing is awful looking!  :)

 

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43 minutes ago, louie said:

I have pictures taken this past weekend at the show. I still think that thing is awful looking!  :)

 

But I'm just dyin' to know...Did they repaint the jet to match the artwork that's been posted?

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2 hours ago, louie said:

I still think that thing is awful looking!  :)

 

Me, too.  The devil on the fuselage kills it for me.  I also don't like all the mismatched fonts.  Still, though, it's great to see a squadron care about their history enough to spend time and money honoring it.

 

It will be an eye-catching model!

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The USAF need to take a lesson from the Europeans. The French, Italians, Greeks and Germans consistently put out dazzling and interesting special schemes.

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On 8/22/2017 at 7:21 AM, jmel said:

Me, too.  The devil on the fuselage kills it for me.  I also don't like all the mismatched fonts.  Still, though, it's great to see a squadron care about their history enough to spend time and money honoring it.

 

It will be an eye-catching model!

 

I like the Navy CAG jets...... colorful, and generally not overdone. For the same reason I usually don't like the "special" scheme's that many European air forces come up with. I find most to be WAY overdone, gaudy, or just flat out ridiculous. The scheme on this A-10? I like it! Its a bit flamboyant, but not stupid, and has the historical connection. The Hog wears the olive drab and gray scheme pretty well too! Thumbs up from me :thumbsup: Fred K.

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