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"Speckled Trout" KC-135E
1:200 "Speckled Trout" KC-135E
Our Price: $6.00

VC-135E 57-2589 has served as a command transport for many years, including assignments with the Commander of Strategic Air Command, Commander of Pacific Air Forces, and current with the Chief of Staff of the Air Force.  As the personal transport of the Chief of Staff, the aircraft is now known as the Speckled Trout, replacing and taking the name from the long-serving original Speckled Trout - C-135C 61-2669, which was retired in 2006.
1:200 Tennessee ANG KC-135's
1:200 Tennessee ANG KC-135's
Our Price: $8.00

Developed in the 1950s, the Boeing KC-135 family has provided the life blood of U.S. Air Force airpower for over 50 years.  In addition to active-duty service, the Stratotanker has seen widespread use with the Air National Guard.  The 151st Air Refueling Squadron/ 134th Air Refueling Wing of the Tennessee Air National Guard has operated all three of the major variants of the KC-135, the J57-powered -A model, the TF-33-powered -E model, and is currently assigned the F-108-powered -R model.  This decal provides the markings for the current AMC Proud Gray scheme worn by the current -R models, as well as the previous -E model aircraft, prior to their retirement.
"Speckled Trout" KC-135E
1:144 "Speckled Trout" KC-135E
Our Price: $8.00

VC-135E 57-2589 has served as a command transport for many years, including assignments with the Commander of Strategic Air Command, Commander of Pacific Air Forces, and current with the Chief of Staff of the Air Force. As the personal transport of the Chief of Staff, the aircraft is now known as the Speckled Trout, replacing and taking the name from the long-serving original Speckled Trout - C-135C 61-2669, which was retired in 2006.

Minicraft KC-135E built by Sunil Gupta.
1:200 Spirit of Arizona KC-135R
1:200 Spirit of Arizona KC-135R
Our Price: $8.00

In the summer of 2013, the 161st Air Refueling Wing of the Arizona Air National Guard painted one of its KC-135R aircraft in colorful markings that celebrate its home state.  The aircraft’s vertical stabilizer is painted as a giant version of the Arizona state flag.  The aircraft is named “Spirit of Arizona” and features colorful phoenix nose art which is a tip of the hat to its home base of Phoenix.
1:144 Tennessee ANG KC-135's
1:144 Tennessee ANG KC-135's
Our Price: $10.00

Developed in the 1950s, the Boeing KC-135 family has provided the life blood of U.S. Air Force airpower for over 50 years.  In addition to active-duty service, the Stratotanker has seen widespread use with the Air National Guard.  The 151st Air Refueling Squadron/ 134th Air Refueling Wing of the Tennessee Air National Guard has operated all three of the major variants of the KC-135, the J57-powered -A model, the TF-33-powered -E model, and is currently assigned the F-108-powered -R model.  This decal provides the markings for the current AMC Proud Gray scheme worn by the current -R models, as well as the previous -E model aircraft, prior to their retirement.
1:144 Spirit of Arizona KC-135R
1:144 Spirit of Arizona KC-135R
Our Price: $10.00

In the summer of 2013, the 161st Air Refueling Wing of the Arizona Air National Guard painted one of its KC-135R aircraft in colorful markings that celebrate its home state.  The aircraft’s vertical stabilizer is painted as a giant version of the Arizona state flag.  The aircraft is named “Spirit of Arizona” and features colorful phoenix nose art which is a tip of the hat to its home base of Phoenix.
"Speckled Trout" KC-135E
1:72 "Speckled Trout" KC-135E
Our Price: $12.00

VC-135E 57-2589 has served as a command transport for many years, including assignments with the Commander of Strategic Air Command, Commander of Pacific Air Forces, and current with the Chief of Staff of the Air Force.  As the personal transport of the Chief of Staff, the aircraft is now known as the Speckled Trout, replacing and taking the name from the long-serving original Speckled Trout - C-135C 61-2669, which was retired in 2006.
1:72 Tennessee ANG KC-135's
1:72 Tennessee ANG KC-135's
Our Price: $15.00

Developed in the 1950s, the Boeing KC-135 family has provided the life blood of U.S. Air Force airpower for over 50 years.  In addition to active-duty service, the Stratotanker has seen widespread use with the Air National Guard.  The 151st Air Refueling Squadron/ 134th Air Refueling Wing of the Tennessee Air National Guard has operated all three of the major variants of the KC-135, the J57-powered -A model, the TF-33-powered -E model, and is currently assigned the F-108-powered -R model.  This decal provides the markings for the current AMC Proud Gray scheme worn by the current -R models, as well as the previous -E model aircraft, prior to their retirement.
1:72 Spirit of Arizona KC-135R
1:72 Spirit of Arizona KC-135R
Our Price: $15.00

In the summer of 2013, the 161st Air Refueling Wing of the Arizona Air National Guard painted one of its KC-135R aircraft in colorful markings that celebrate its home state.  The aircraft’s vertical stabilizer is painted as a giant version of the Arizona state flag.  The aircraft is named “Spirit of Arizona” and features colorful phoenix nose art which is a tip of the hat to its home base of Phoenix.
   
 
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