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Blue Angels Hellcats
1:144 Blue Angels Hellcats (Set Letters Two Aircraft)
Our Price: $5.00

The F6F-5 Hellcat was the first airplane flown by the Blue Angels in 1946, and Blue Angel 1 was flown by Lt. Commander Voris, the team leader.  This decal is printed on the ALPS printer using the metallic gold ink to simulate the gold leaf which was used on these Hellcats.  This set will letter two of the gorgeous Platz Hellcats.
Blue Angels Hellcats
1:72 Blue Angels Hellcats
Our Price: $5.00

The F6F-5 Hellcat was the first airplane flown by the Blue Angels in 1946, and Blue Angel 1 was flown by Lt. Commander Voris, the team leader.  This decal is printed on the ALPS printer using the metallic gold ink to simulate the gold leaf which was used on these Hellcats.
Blue Angels "Beetle Bomb"
1:72 Blue Angels "Beetle Bomb" Bearcat
Our Price: $5.00

The Bearcat was the second aircraft type the Blue Angels used, utilizing the F8F-1 between 1946 and 1950.  As an  "adversary " for the Blues,  a T-6 was used until 1949, later replaced by this F8F-1 called  "Beetle Bomb. "
1:72 US Navy VXE-6 Antarctic UH-1N Huey's
1:72 US Navy VXE-6 Antarctic UH-1N Huey's
Our Price: $5.00

Antarctic Development Squadron Six (VXE-6) operated on the continent of Antarctica - Earth's highest, driest, coldest, and windiest land mass -- as the United States Navy's only unit directly supporting the mission of polar research and scientific programs of the National Science Foundation. During the summer training cycle from March to September, the squadron is based at Naval Air Weapons Station, Point Mugu, California.  This set depicts the three UH-1N "Hueys" operated by VXE-6.  1:48 UH-1N "Gentle 15" model built by Terry Davis.
"Korean War Hero" F4U-4 Corsair
1:144 "Korean War Hero" F4U-4 Corsair
Our Price: $5.00

This Corsair is a true veteran of the Korean War, serving with both VF884 (markings on the right) and VF653 (markings on the left). This stock appearing F4U-4 is owned and flown by Jim Tobul, and it can be seen at various airshows in the US. To make certain the white stays opaque, the white ink has been double-struck in this set. Look for detail photos of this gorgeous Corsair on our Flickr site.
Blue Angels "Beetle Bomb"
1:48 Blue Angels "Beetle Bomb" Bearcat
Our Price: $6.00

The Bearcat was the second aircraft type the Blue Angels used, utilizing the F8F-1 between 1946 and 1950.  As an  "adversary " for the Blues,  a T-6 was used until 1949, later replaced by this F8F-1 called  "Beetle Bomb. "
1:48 US Navy VXE-6 Antarctic UH-1N Huey's
1:48 US Navy VXE-6 Antarctic UH-1N Huey's
Our Price: $6.00

Antarctic Development Squadron Six (VXE-6) operated on the continent of Antarctica - Earth's highest, driest, coldest, and windiest land mass -- as the United States Navy's only unit directly supporting the mission of polar research and scientific programs of the National Science Foundation. During the summer training cycle from March to September, the squadron is based at Naval Air Weapons Station, Point Mugu, California.  This set depicts the three UH-1N "Hueys" operated by VXE-6.  1:48 UH-1N "Gentle 15" model built by Terry Davis.
"Korean War Hero" F4U-4 Corsair
1:72 "Korean War Hero" F4U-4 Corsair
Our Price: $6.00

This Corsair is a true veteran of the Korean War, serving with both VF884 (markings on the right) and VF653 (markings on the left). This stock appearing F4U-4 is owned and flown by Jim Tobul, and it can be seen at various airshows in the US. To make certain the white stays opaque, the white ink has been double-struck in this set. Look for detail photos of this gorgeous Corsair on our Flickr site.
Blue Angels Bearcats
1:72 Blue Angels Bearcats
Our Price: $6.00

The Bearcat was the second aircraft type the Blue Angels used, utilizing the F8F-1 from 1946 through 1950.  This set will letter any ONE of the five Bearcats in the unit.
US Naval Attache Oslo Norway Goose
1:144 US Naval Attache Oslo Norway Goose
Our Price: $6.00

The Naval attache at the US embassy in Oslo, Norway operated a small number of aircraft in the early 1950s.  Land-based aviation in Norway was rather limited at the time, and the US embassy is known to have operated both the Grumman HU-16 Albatross and the JRF-5 Goose for communication and liaison flights.  This particular Goose visited the Tromsoe area during the summer of 1950.
   
 
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