|Decal Sheet ID||72059|
|Decal Sheet Title||Fighters & Targets|
|Types Featured||QF-16C, F-16C, F-15C, CV-22B|
Wolfpak Decals sheet 72-059 "Fighters and Targets" provides markings for the prototype QF-16C, an F-15C from the Montana ANG, an F-16C also from the Montana ANG and a CV-22B from the 71s SOS. The individual airframes are:-
- QF-16C-30B 85-1570 from Tyndall AFB during 2012, following its conversion to a QF-16 bur prior to assignment to the 53rd WEG. It was painted in the standard two-tone grey scheme (comprising FS36118 over FS36270) with the fin, stabilators, lower stabiliser fins and outer wingtips painted International Orange (FS12197) with markings in grey;
- F-15C-29-MC 80-0049 from the 186th FS, 120th FW, Montana ANG based at Great Falls ANGB during 2010. This was painted in the "Mod Eagle" scheme comprising FS36176 and FS36251 with black tailcodes, "Vigiliantes! on the inside of the vertical tails and a light grey tail stripe outlined in dark grey and containing "Montana" on the outer fins The Montana ANG emblem (steer's head over a two tone stripe) was carried on the fin;
- F-16C-30E 86-0353 from the 186th FS, 120th FW, Montana ANG based at Balad AB, Iraq during 2008. This was in the standard two-tone grey scheme (comprising FS36118 over FS36270) with Vigiliantes in a dark grey outlined light grey box on the fin base and a light grey tail stripe outlined in dark grey and containing "Montana" on the fin tip. The Montana ANG emblem (steer's head over a two tone stripe) was carried on the fin; and
- CV-22B 04-0027 from the 27th SOS, 58th SOG based at Kirtland AFB during 2007. This was painted in a two tone scheme comprising FS36118 over FS36293 with all markings in contrasting greys.
Instructions are in the usual Wolfpak style, with a side view of each aircraft and small three views to show camouflage schemes. Detailed notes of history and weapons loadouts are provided for each aircraft. The sheet is printed by Fantasy Printshop in perfect register.
Another useful sheet from Wolfpak!
Review and images by Chris St Clair