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Austrian Air Force Pilatus PC-6 Turbo Porter - 4. Fl�chenstaffel, "Blaue Elise" - 3G-EK (1:72) Herpa Models Item Number: HE580274 The Austrian Army has relied on the versatility of the Swiss-built Turbo Porter for transport, search and rescue and paradropping since 1976. For their 20th anniversary, the 4th Squadron painted 3G-EK in this special scheme. The shark mouth on the blue basic color, combined with the long nose of the PC-6, reminded many of the aardvark from the cartoon "The Ant and...
The 93rd Squadron based in Southern Florida is known for its creative liveries. Latest example is this F-16 which received an oversized version of the unit's shark mascot across its fuselage to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the 93rd parent unit, the 482nd Fighter Wing.
NVA/LSK (East German Air Force) Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-29UB - Jagdfliegergeschwader 3 "Wladimir Komarow", Preschen AB - 179 black (1:72) Herpa Models Item Number: HE580267 Among the 24 MiG-29s supplied to East Germany in 1988 were also four twin-seat MiG-29UBs. In contrast to the single-seaters three of the four trainers wore this two-tone grey camouflage. Following reunification with West Germany, "179black" received a new registration and saw use until 2004 as part of Fighter Wing 73 within...
The third model of our small series of P-38 survivors depicts the special nose art from Captain Verl Erwin's Lightning that he applied during operations of his unit in Papua New Guinea in 1943, probably reveling in thoughts of home.
Russian Knights Aerobatic Demonstration Team Sukhoi SU-27UB (Flanker C) 237TSPAT - 237th Aviation Technology Demonstration Center "23 blue" (1:72)Consisting of four single and two twin-seat sU-27s, the Russian Knights excite audiences at air shows around the world with their stunning formations in these large but incredibly maneuverable fighter jets.
One of only ten airworthy survivors left today, this P-38 Lightning sports the special "23 Skidoo" nose art of Captain Perry John "Pee Wee" Dahl, who flew this fighter in the Pacific Theater of World War II from 1943. The aircraft is preserved in flying condition at the Planes of Fame Air Museum in Chino, California._