Wolfpak Decals 72134:  Banditos




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Scott Van Aken



This new sheet from Wolfpak Decals provides eight markings options for basically Vietnam era aircraft, which I know many modelers will appreciate.

First up is a nice F-105D. 'The Frito Bandito' was assigned to the 357th TFS at Tahkit in 1969.

Next are two AC-119s. The first is an AC-119G 'Charlie Chasers' with the 17th SOS at Phu Cat in 1970. The other is an AC-119K 'Black Killer Duck' with the 18th SOS at Nha Trang in 1972.

Two A-7Ds are next in the offing. Both are from the 355th TFW at Davis Mothnan. First is the wing commander's plane while the other is with the 354th TFS, both from 1972.

A nice T-28D from the 4407th CCTS at Hurlburt Field in 1972 is next.

Finally, we have a pair of B-52Gs from the 456th BW at Beal AFB. The camouflaged plane is named 'California Star' from 1974, while the uncamouflaged plane is from 1964 and carries Hound Dog missiles. 

A very nice sheet with the usual outstanding instructions included. This includes a brief unit or aircraft history as well as full camouflage schemes and a listing of kits available. 

The decals are superbly printed by Fantasy Printshop.

Thanks to WolfPak Decals for the review sample and the image of all the options. Visit them at their web site and pick up yours.

August 2020

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