Scale 1/72
Manufacturer Print Scale
Decal Sheet ID 72-111
Decal Sheet Title Cessna A/T-37 Dragonfly
Types Featured A-37A, A-37B, T-37A. T-37B

Another sheet from Print Scale covering unusual subjects, 72-111 covers 14 different Cessna A-37/T-37's including 4 different USAF subjects. The airframes covered are:-

  • A-37B 69-6359 "EK" from the 8th SOS, 14th SOW at Bien Hoa during 1970. SEA scheme (FS34079, FS34102, FS3029 and FS36622) with white tailcodes;
  • T-37B 58-7982 from the 38th FTW, painted overall FS36622;
  • T-37B "SR" from the 507th TACW, painted in the two-tone "lizard" scheme of FS36099/FS34096);
  • A-37A 67-14525 from the 604th ACS, 3rd TFW at Bien Hoa during 1967-8, painted in a two tone grey scheme of FS35190 and FS36622;
  • T-37A 56-3464 as evaluated by the US Army during HPAOA trials in the late 1950's, painted overall FS36622
  • A-37B 14804 from the 524th FS, 62nd TW of the 2nd AD, VNAF at Nha Trang during 1969, painted in the standard SEA scheme;
  • A-37B 87912 from the 516th FS, 41st TW of the 1st AD, VNAF at Da Nang during Junr 1970, again in the SEA scheme;
  • A-37B 14812 from the 520th FS at Binh Thuy, painted in the SEA scheme with a blue rudder and outer wingtanks, covered in white stars;
  • A-37B 22487 from the 520th FS, 74th TW of the 4th AD at Binh Thuy during 1970, painted in the SEA scheme with a yellow rudder and outer wingtanks, covered in black stars;
  • A-37B "151" from Escuadron de Caza-Bombardeo 711/712 of the FAP, painted in a two tone scheme of FS34079 and FS36622;
  • A-37B "425" from the Escuadrille de Caza of the Fuerza Aerea Calvadorena (FAS), based at Ilopango Air Base and painted in a two tone green scheme of FS34079 and FS34102;
  • A-37B J-603 as operated by the Chilean Air Force and painted in a three tone scheme of FS20100, FS34082 and FS20400;
  • A-37B "283" of Escuadron Aereo No.2 of Fuerza Aerea Uruguaya during 1976, painted in a two tone scheme of FS34102 and FS36239;
  • T-37B 2415 (ex 62-5940) as flown by the Portugese aerial demonstration team (Asas de Portugal). This was a complicated scheme of overall Gloss White with Gloss Red and Gloss Green panels.

Instructions comprise 4 sides of color A4 photocopy with a single side view of each airframe, together with a small photograph of each real aircraft and top views of each camouflage scheme. A single set of stencilling is provided and the decal sheet is in good register.

Review and images by Chris St Clair