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This latest Wolfpak Decals sheet contains six markings options from four units. It starts out with the ‘hat in the ring’ squadron, the 94th FIS. IN this case you can do either an F-106A or F-106B as were flown from Selfridge AFB in 1961. Those concerned about kit need not worry as both Meng and Trumpeter have 106s planned for the coming year.

The next is another of the growing units to fly F-35As, in this case the 61 FS/56 FW based at Luke AFB in September 2015. This one is in the markings of the wing commander’s plane.

The next pair are both from the 492 TFS/48 TFW based at Talif AFB in February 1991 during Desert Shield. The planes are both F-111Fs and carry various mission markings. These planes were replaced with F-15Es shortly thereafter.

Finally, it is nice to see a hack and in this case we have a U-6A Beaer from the 444FIS based at Charleston AFB in 1961. White over ADC Grey with a black engine cowling. Both Airfix and Hobbycraft produce kits of this plane.

As usual for Wolfpak, the decals are superbly printed by Fantasy Printshop and the sheet comes with the best background information provided by any sheet in the business. I personally like the multiple types on one sheet format as it allows a variety of builds to be done from a single sheet.