Scale 1/72
Manufacturer Wolfpak Decals
Decal Sheet ID 72-112
Decal Sheet Title Devil's Fork
Types Featured F-4E, A-10C, MC-130H

 

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Wolfpak Decals sheet 72-112 "Devil's Fork" provides markings for a number of aircraft including the 100th Anniversary-marked A-10C from the Michigan ANG, an F-4E from the 366th TFW and two MC-130H's from the 352d SOG. The aircraft are:

  • F-4E-37-MC 68-0317 from the 421st TFS, 366th TFW at Da Nang AB during November 1971. It was the first aircraft to be fitted with the TISEO system. It wore the South East Asian scheme, comprising dark green FS34079, medium green FS34102 and tan FS30219 upper surfaces with light grey FS36622 lower surfaces. The fin cap was painted red and it wore white "LC" tailcodes. On the nose was a full colour (black/white/red) sharkmouth and the canopy and windshield framing was red, outlined in white. Red artwork was carried on the left intake splitter;
  • A-10C 81-0994 from the 107th FS, 127th Wg, Michigan ANG during August 2017 at Selfridge ANGB. This aircraft was marked to celebrate 100 years of the 107th FS and wore a "heritage" scheme with oliver drab FS34087 upper surfaces and Light Ghost Grey FS36375 lower surfaces. Black and white "D-Day" invasion stripes were painted on the top and bottom of the wings and the engine nacelles. It carried red/black chequered fin tips and markings were predominantly Insignia Yellow, including yellow "MI" tailcodes and "100 Years" on the nacelles. The most striking marking was a huge red devil with a black pitchfork on the forward fuselage;
  • MC-130H 89-0283 from the 7th SOS, 352d SOG at RAF Mildenhall during May 2008. It wore the standard special operations scheme, comprising Gunship Grey FS36118 upper surfaces with light grey FS36293 lower surfaces. All markings were in the lighter grey and a large bat emblem was carried above the crew entry door;
  • MC-130H 87-0024 from the 7th SOS, 352d SOG at RAF Mildenhall on February 15, 2013. It was painted and marked similarly to 89-0283 but with standard nose art.

Instructions follow the usual Wolfpak format - a color side view of each aircraft, smaller scrap views where needed, and black and white camouflage scheme drawings. Full history, weapons loadout and color information is provided for each type.

The decals are printed by Fantasy Printshop.

Review and images by Chris St Clair