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USAF 24" Tail Code Markings - USAFline

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USAF 24" Tail Code Markings
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Tailcodes for USAF aircraft or "Distinctive Unit Aircraft Markings" came about during the Vietnam War as a way of identifying individual aircraft once camouflage was applied to aircraft. White was used at first though this later changed to black. The sheet here is the black one, however the white one is exactly the same. The sheet provides 24" tailcodes with appropriate serial numbers. Also supplied are 6" marking letters for aircraft which never carried tailcodes. The sheets are continuous film, well printed and colour dense. 

 

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Conclusion
Many modellers want different markings that the kits supply, these sheets from USAFline have made this easier. Highly recommended.

 

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Hello Dears,

I'll be glad to find the same sheet but in dull red...

It will be usefull for Korean era Aircraft.

Ok, I mainly think about my F3D:lol:

Nice review, thanks.

Corsaircorp

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