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USMC HMX-1 MV-22s
1:144 USMC HMX-1 Presidential MV-22s
Our Price: $8.00

In May 2013, United States Marine Corps squadron HMX-1 received its first Bell-Boeing MV-22 Osprey.  The Osprey were acquired to replace the aging CH-46E Sea Knights that the squadron had used to support its Presidential Airlift mission.  This decal provides the markings for these high-profile tiltrotors.  All of the white decals are double-struck to ensure opacity, and we have also included the dark green wingwalks to replace the black ones in the kit decal.
Blue Angels R5C-1 / C-46
1:144 Blue Angels R5C-1 / C-46
Our Price: $8.00

For part of the 1953 show season, the U.S. Navy’s Blue Angels operated a Curtiss R5C-1 (C-46) to support the squadron’s mission. The aircraft, a former USMC aircraft, had been based at NAS Corpus Christi, TX. This aircraft has the honor of being the first transport to wear Blue Angels markings while supporting the team.
USMC C-9B Skytrain IIs
1:200 USMC C-9B Skytrain IIs
Our Price: $10.00

In 1971, Douglas won a competition to provide jet transport aircraft to the U.S. Navy in the form of a convertible version of the DC-9-30.  The aircraft featured a main deck cargo door on the left forward fuselage.  While similar to the Air Force's C-9A Nightingale Medevac version of the DC-9, the Navy version had enough differences in both mission and configuration to warrant a separate designation and name - C-9B Skytrain II.  Eventually, 16 new-build C-9Bs were delivered, with two going directly to the Marine Corps.This set contains enough material to letter two complete models.
USMC C-20G "Gray Ghost"
1:72 USMC C-20G "Gray Ghost"
Our Price: $12.00

The United States Marine Corps operates a single C-20G, the military version of the Gulfstream GIV bizjet.  Unlike its U.S. Navy sisterships, the Marine aircraft is painted in low-visibility colors.  This has earned the aircraft the nickname “Gray Ghost”  Based at MCAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, the aircraft’s crewmembers suffer through the difficult duty assignment with grit and determination befitting a Marine.  Use this decal with the Welsh Models Gulfstream GIV kit.
USMC HMX-1 MV-22s
1:72 USMC HMX-1 Presidential MV-22s
Our Price: $12.00

In May 2013, United States Marine Corps squadron HMX-1 received its first Bell-Boeing MV-22 Osprey.  The Osprey were acquired to replace the aging CH-46E Sea Knights that the squadron had used to support its Presidential Airlift mission.  This decal provides the markings for these high-profile tiltrotors.  All of the white decals are double-struck to ensure opacity, and we have also included the dark green wingwalks to replace the black ones on the Hasegawa kit decal.
USMC C-9B Skytrain IIs
1:144 USMC C-9B Skytrain IIs
Our Price: $15.00

In 1971, Douglas won a competition to provide jet transport aircraft to the U.S. Navy in the form of a convertible version of the DC-9-30.  The aircraft featured a main deck cargo door on the left forward fuselage.  While similar to the Air Force's C-9A Nightingale Medevac version of the DC-9, the Navy version had enough differences in both mission and configuration to warrant a separate designation and name - C-9B Skytrain II.  Eventually, 16 new-build C-9Bs were delivered, with two going directly to the Marine Corps.This set contains enough material to letter two complete models.
Blue Angels R5C-1 / C-46
1:72 Blue Angels R5C-1 / C-46
Our Price: $15.00

For part of the 1953 show season, the U.S. Navy’s Blue Angels operated a Curtiss R5C-1 (C-46) to support the squadron’s mission. The aircraft, a former USMC aircraft, had been based at NAS Corpus Christi, TX. This aircraft has the honor of being the first transport to wear Blue Angels markings while supporting the team.
USMC HMX-1 MV-22s
1:48 USMC HMX-1 Presidential MV-22s
Our Price: $20.00

In May 2013, United States Marine Corps squadron HMX-1 received its first Bell-Boeing MV-22 Osprey.  The Osprey were acquired to replace the aging CH-46E Sea Knights that the squadron had used to support its Presidential Airlift mission.  This decal provides the markings for these high-profile tiltrotors.  All of the white decals are double-struck to ensure opacity, and we have also included the dark green wingwalks to replace the black ones in the kit decal.
USMC C-9B Skytrain IIs
1:72 USMC C-9B Skytrain IIs
Our Price: $45.00

In 1971, Douglas won a competition to provide jet transport aircraft to the U.S. Navy in the form of a convertible version of the DC-9-30.  The aircraft featured a main deck cargo door on the left forward fuselage.  While similar to the Air Force's C-9A Nightingale Medevac version of the DC-9, the Navy version had enough differences in both mission and configuration to warrant a separate designation and name - C-9B Skytrain II.  Eventually, 16 new-build C-9Bs were delivered, with two going directly to the Marine Corps.This set contains enough material to letter two complete models.
   
 
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