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It’s time for the Wolfpak December release with the Thank You sheet. 

Sheet 72-132, Raider’s Lance.  First up is a F-5N from VFC-111 with the Sundowner rudder.  New markings for the 174th ATW from Syracuse using the colors of the university there.  An interesting A-10C from the Armament Development Center is next.  This jet was used to test a variety of new load-out combinations to include the fuel tanks while carrying weapons.  From the past a Korean War era F-94B from the 68th FIS.  This unit used different colors to identify the various flights within the squadron.  For those who like commemorative noseart two options for a B-1B from Ellsworth AFB carrying the Tokyo Raiders insignia or the modern version of the “Ruptured duck” noseart.  Three of the four squadrons that supplied crews to the Tokyo Raiders are stationed at Ellsworth.  Finally options for one of  the long serving test B-1B’s at Edwards AFB.  This aircraft was used in the integration of the AGM-129 advanced cruise missile, and JDAM during it’s career.  Most recently it was used in a fit check of the AGM-183 hypersonic weapon.  Markings are provided for these three eras.

Sheet 72-133, 5th Gen.  To begin we have two options for the F-22A.  The jets are the commanders’ aircraft of the 1st Operational Group and the 433rd Weapons Squadron.  Next are options for 3 SU-57’s including the one with the drone SU-57 teaming art work on the tail.  Two options for the F-35A of the “Green Mountain Boys” follows.  The Chinese J-20 is our next 5th Gen. subject in a paint scheme very similar to that on the F-22.  To complete the sheet a F-35C in markings of VMFA-314.

Sheet 12-19, THANK YOU.  A T-38C from the 87th FTS in the paint scheme of the earlier period of the unit when it was a fighter interceptor squadron flying F-106’s begins the sheet.  From 1975 an A-37B in North Vietnamese markings which used to conduct airstrikes in South Vietnam follows.  A colorful QF-4E with the cloud camouflage scheme on it’s fuselage is our third subject.  From the Big Red One division an OH-58D scout follows.  Last but not least an A-10C painted in a WWII camouflage pattern complete with identification stripes on wing and horizontal tails along with invasion stripes on the engine nacelles and wing bottoms.

These should be available in about a week or so.  Wanted to get them out early for those of you who wish to give your wife or girlfriend a set of decals for Christmas.  Sheet 72-132 is $18.50, Sheet 72-133 is $13.00.  Sheet 12-19 is complementary with the purchase of $36.00 of products from Wolfpak Decals.


Mark S.







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The website has been updated, sheets are in and the buttons are hot!  Thanks for your patronage and Happy Holidays.


Forgot to mention that sheet 72-132 includes decals for the AGM-158A, B & C JASSM.  Also if you look at the 28th BW B-1B you will see the WWII era tail code of the 379th BG on the nose gear doors.  The triangle "K" with a yellow border.  This was applied to the deployed B-1B's that were attached to the 379th Air Expeditionary Wing, the current incarnation of this unit.


Mark S.

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