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||IAF-41 - F-16C Barak
|Contents and Media:
||Excellent quality, multiple
options, stenciling included. Includes tail masking template.
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With the release of the brand new Tamiya and
Academy 1/32 F-16C kits, Isradecal has released a new decal sheet that
provides markings for F-16Cs flown by the IAF.
The package contains two standard size decal
sheets, a small supplemental sheet, an adhesive masking template, and an
8-page instruction book. One of the main sheets consists of squadron
markings, including rudder stripes for the First Fighter Squadron, and
national insignia. The second main sheet provides the stenciling,
including multiple styles of serial number, decals for the flare/chaff
dispensers, and fuel tank and pylon stencils. Sufficient stenciling and
national insignia are provided for one aircraft. The small supplemental
decal sheet contains IAF 50th Anniversary badges.
Unlike the two main decal sheets, the supplemental
sheet is printed on a solid clear sheet, meaning that the decals will
have to be cut out individually.
A piece of adhesive sticker with a printed template
is provided for masking the stylized eagle’s head tail marking used on
the Knights of the North Squadron’s Baraks.
The decal sheets are printed by Microscale, so
there should be no problems with the quality.
the thumbnails below to view larger images:
The instruction book contains specific marking
details for the following aircraft, all in standard FS
F-16C Block 30, First Jet Squadron, #333, 1991.
F-16C Block 30, First Jet Squadron, #360, 1998. Note
that this is the only IAF Block 30 with the “big mouth” MCID
intake. All IAF Block 30s were early builds delivered with the
small NSI intake. #360 was tested with the MCID to determine
whether the remaining aircraft should be refitted with the larger
intake. It was judged to not be worth refitting the rest of the
Block 30 aircraft and they retained the NSI. All Block 40s have the
F-16C Block 30, Knights of the North Squadron, #378,
F-16C Block 30, Knights of the North Squadron, #388,
F-16C Block 40, Scorpion Squadron, #503, 1998.
F-16C Block 40, Scorpion Squadron, #557, 2004.
F-16C Block 40, First Fighter Squadron, #508, 1993.
Original markings with full red/white striped rudder.
F-16C Block 40, First Fighter Squadron, #557, 2005.
New tail markings consisting of a large winged skull, designed by
Ra’anan Weiss (the owner of Isradecals) and partial rudder
striping. This is the same aircraft as previously flown by the
Scorpion Squadron and listed above. In late 2004, the Scorpion
Squadron became an F-16D Block 40-only squadron, and its F-16Cs were
transferred to the First Fighter Squadron.
Recommended kits are the new Tamiya and Academy
Review sample kindly provided by Isradecal.
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