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Typical of many A-10s is the application of nose art, depicting shark mouths, warthogs, snakes, and as in the case of the 184th Squadron of the Arkansas Air National Guard, razorbacks.
Nose art is is a wide spread tradition among A-10 crews. In case of the 163rd Fighter Squadron, they added a snake to the "business end" of their aircraft.
2017 marks the 150th anniversary of Canada and the 80th birthday of Air Canada - what better occasion to introduce a new corporate identity. Influenced by Canada�s natural scenery, dominated by grey-black rocks and snow-capped mountains, the red maple leaf is put into the spotlight in this sleek new livery.�
This set of two floodlights expands the range of 1/200 scale airport accessories. Some snap-together assembly required. Note: item is not designed to be illuminated.�
Another Transall anniversary: In 1967 - 50 years ago - the French Air Force took delivery of its first of in total 79 C-160 aircraft which was assigned to Transport Squadron 61. In cooperation with the Association Anjou, Herpa is releasing a model of the first Transall in its original color scheme.
46 upgraded Phantoms soldier on in greece. This F-4 carries drop tanks decorated for the 339th squadron's visit to the 2016 Royal International Air Tattoo.
Iranian Phantoms are still very active today, despite their age. In an operation, coordinated together with Iraqi armed forces, aircraft of the 61st Wing attacked positions of ISIS in Iraq in 2014 _ a first for these former enemies.�
This extraordinary design, created by the "Bavarian Tigers" for the NATO Tiger Meet in Zaragoza, Spain, and initially offered in the 1/72 scale (item no HE580168), is now also made available in the smaller but not less impressive 1/200 scale.
Just a few months ago, the transport wing based in Penzing, in the South German state of Bavaria celebrated its 60th anniversary. However now is the time to say goodbye. To commemorate the decommissioning of the unit, a farewell to the Transall and to the wing has been applied to the stabilizer of a C-130.�
The 34th Squadron is one of currently four active units equipped with this strategic bomber. The Thunderbirds trace their roots all the way back to World War I. Originally applied to a B-52, the nose art with the grim joker has been passed on to this South Dakota-based B-1.