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USAF Learjet C-21s
1:144 USAF Learjet C-21s
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The C-21 is the military version of the Learjet 35A. The C-21's were delivered in 1984 and 1985, and in 1987 all US-based C-21's were assigned to the Air Mobility Command with the 375th Airlift Wing at Scott AFB.  There are currently 34 C-21's assigned to active forces, and 21 are now assigned to ANG units.  This set includes tailbands for USAFE, MAC, AMC and PACAF.
1:200 Indiana Air National Guard C-47
1:200 Indiana Air National Guard C-47
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This decal provides the markings for two C-47s used by the Indiana Air National Guard from the post-war years through the mid 1960s.  C-47A 42-100513 was used for most of this period, and was replaced for one year by C-47B 43-48474, which was then replaced by a C-54.  Markings for the original colors, as well as the final scheme are included.
USAF O-2 Skymaster "DON'T SHOOT"
1:144 USAF Cessna O-2 Skymaster "DON'T SHOOT"
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Decal depicts the Cessna O-2 currently residing at the Museum of Flight Restoration Facility at Paine Field, Washington.  This aircraft is in flyable condition.
"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.
USAF O-2 Skymaster "DON'T SHOOT"
1:72 USAF Cessna O-2 Skymaster "DON'T SHOOT"
Our Price: $6.00

Decal depicts the Cessna O-2 currently residing at the Museum of Flight Restoration Facility at Paine Field, Washington.  This aircraft is in flyable condition.
1:144 USAF C-26 Metroliners
1:144 USAF C-26 Metroliners
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The United States Air Force has operated over 30 Fairchild Swearingen C-26 Metroliner aircraft.  These aircraft perform a variety of missions, including personnel and cargo transport, medevac, reconnaissance, drug interdiction, and general support for both the active forces, as well as the Air National Guard.  This decal provides the relatively simple markings for most of these aircraft.
Edwards Record Setter F-106A 56-0467
1:144 Edwards Record Setter F-106A 56-0467
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On December 15, 1959 USAF Major Joseph W. Rogers flew Convair F-106A Delta Dart, serial number 56-0467, on the straight 11 mile course at Edwards Air Force Base to a new FAI world speed record of 2,455.736 kmph (1,525.924 mph).  This broke the record set two years earlier by Major Adrian Drew in a McDonnell F-101A Voodoo.  Major Rogers was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Henry De La Vaulx Medal by the FAI, and the Thompson Trophy.
Lockheed U-2A 56-6696
1:144 Lockheed U-2A 56-6696
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Lockheed U-2A, 56-6696, Article # 363 was delivered in December 1956 to Groom Lake.  Damaged in a landing accident in early 1956, it was repaired by July and transferred to the Strategic Air Command, 4080th SRW at Laughlin AFB, Texas.  696 crashed on March 22, 1966 near Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ with pilot Chinese Air Force Capt. Andy Fan ejecting safely.
Lockheed U-2A 56-6701
1:144 Lockheed U-2A 56-6701
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Lockheed U-2A article 368/56-701 was delivered in March 1957 to USAF at Groom Lake. Used by Special Projects Branch of ARDC at Edwards AFB, California until transferred to SAC in 1966 and was later converted to U2-C by November 1966 then on to flyable storage at Davis-Monthan in 1969. 56-6701 was then configured for ALSS project in 1972. In late 1980 it was delivered to the SAC Museum at Offutt AFB, Nebraska where is resides today.
Lockheed U-2A 56-6722
1:144 Lockheed U-2A 56-6722
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Article 389/56-722 was delivered in March 1957 to the USAF and assigned to Special Projects Branch of ARDC at Edwards AFB, California.  This was the first aircraft to carry an IR sensor.  722 remained at Edwards until 1978 when it was retired to the USAF Museum at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.  722's project history included “Smokey Joe” the tracking of infrared rocket exhaust plumes and Project HiCat , the study of high altitude air turbulence.
   
 
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