Scale 1/72
Manufacturer Wolfpak Decals
Decal Sheet ID 72-110
Decal Sheet Title Don't Call Me Shirley
Types Featured F-86D, F-15E, F-35A, F-4D

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Wolfpak Decals sheet 72-110 "Don't Call Me Shirley" provides markings for an F-86D from the 97th FIS, F-15E from the 366th OG at Mountain Home AFB, F-35A from the 388th FW at Hill AFB and an F-4D from the Michigan ANG. The aircraft are:

  • F-86D-40-NA 52-3863 from the 97th FIS at Wright-Patterson AFB during 1955. It was overall polished natural metal. The fuselage carried large red cat's head artwork with two red bands on the fin and full color "Dennis the Menace" nose art;
  • F-15E-46-MC 88-1707 from the 366th OG at Mountain Home AFB during April 2017 following the unit's return from Southwest Asia during Operation Inherent Resolve. It wore the standard Gunship Grey scheme (FS36118) with markings in black. It carried black "MO" tailcodes and "366 OG" outlined in white. A white fin band, outlined in white, carried "GUNFIGHTERS" in black and a black revolver. It also carried mission markings below the cockpit;
  • F-35A 13-5072 from the 388th FW at Hill AFB during January 2017. It was overall Camouflage Grey (FS36170) with lighter grey (approximately FS36251) leading edges and RAM panels. It carried grey "HL" tailcodes and "388 FW" on the fin;
  •  F-4D-29-MC 66-0266 from the 171st FIS, 191st FIG, Michigan ANG at Selfridge ANGB during July 1987. It wore the two-tone grey scheme comprising Gunship Grey FS36118 over Neutral Grey FS36270. The rudder carried grey chequers and there was a large grey chevron on the forward fin, with "michigan" in grey on the upper fin.

The instructions provide a color side view of each type, small camouflage diagrams and full history, weapons loadout and color information for each type. The decals are printed by Fantasy Printshop.

Review and images by Chris St Clair