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Black & White
United States Navy Service Identification Titles
in four sizes

3", 4", 6" & 9"

1/48 scale


Yellow Wings Decals


S u m m a r y

Catalogue Number and Description:

48-036 and 48-038 - Black & White United States Navy Service Identification Titles in four sizes: 3", 4", 6" & 9"

Scale: 1/48
Contents and Media: Each set contains one decal sheet.
Price: each USD$9.95 available online from Yellow Wings website
Review Type: FirstLook
Advantages: High quality printing of decals by Microscale; versatile usage
Recommendation: Recommended


Reviewed by Rodger Kelly

Yellow Wings 1/48 scale decals are available online from Squadron




The folks at Yellow-Wings Decals have been busy of late filling out the gaps in their products.  Sheets 48-036 and 48-038 supply you with United States Navy Titles that are seen on all of the U.S. navy's aircraft even to this present day. 

These titles however are meant for machines of the "Golden Wings" era of U.S. Naval Aviation.  Both sheets have the same format and content U.S. NAVY - with 48-036 in black and 48-038 in white. 

So what do you get?  154 decals in total: 

  • 10 x 3 inch titles,
  • 64 x 4 inch titles,
  • 44 x 6 inch titles, and
  • 36 x 9 inch titles.

Click the thumbnails below to view larger images:

Unusual for Yellow-Wings Decals, the sheets do not come with any accompanying support material but then again, it's not really required for these sheets.  The header card however does supply instructions for applying the decals. 

The decals themselves have been printed by Microscale, the state of the art decal manufacturer.  They are thin and have an absolute minimum of film surrounding each title.

The decal sheet and its accompanying stiff cardboard header come packed in a clear plastic zip-loc bag.

Yellow-Wings Decals continue to supply first class decals to what is a niche market.  More power to them! 



Thanks to Yellow Wings Decals for the review samples.

Review Copyright 2005 by Rodger Kelly
This Page Created on 14 September, 2005
Last updated 13 September, 2005

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