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P-47D Thunderbolt
Razorbacks Part 4

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Thundercals has sent the following information on their latest 1/48 scale decals:

Now available! NEW decal from THUNDERCALS
T-004 1/48th P-47D Thunderbolt Razorbacks PTO Part 4
19th and 333rd FS/ 318th FG, Pineapple Air Force

  • An all 318th FG P-47D Thunderbolt Razorback decal in 1/48th scale.  The decal features five P-47D razorbacks – three with alternate options. Printed on two decal sheets by Cartograph, researched by Norris Graser.  Historical information by Tom Foote, 318th FG Historian and Durwood Williams, 333rd FS, WW II. Designed for the Tamiya 1/48 scale Razorback, these decals can also be used on all available 1/48th Razorback models.

  • This decal is a short run printing project and will not be reprinted.   Decals are $22.00 each plus postage. To order, email Thundercals@yahoo.com



The release includes:

  • Two full decals + including four P-47’s that have never been available on decal.

  • Full page of information including the origins of pineapple zaps on 19th FS P-47’s.

  • Beautiful offset printed nose art created by Bombshell Decals artist, Mike Kloppenburg

  • Large profiles with detailed instructions for each plane.

  • Comprehensive data / stenciling


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GEE NEE/Jeanie 19th FS 

Squadron Commander Maj Harry McAfee,  Oahu, HI. plus alternate  markings, for the same aircraft June 1944, Saipan.





Pilot: Capt. Daniel Boone, Saipan, July 1944  two versions - same aircraft


SMOKEPOLE assigned to Lt. Hal Dunning and later, Lt. Harwood “Doug” Towner.  This P-47 features  a skull on both sides of the cowling


A huge hunk of artwork applied to the left fuselage side by squadron artist Lt. Rieser who applied his talent to several 333rd P-47’s. This O.D P-47 at some point had a NMF cowl added.


Assigned pilot Capt. John Vogt who  would  become  Squadron Commander and an ace in a day flying his P-47N,


 Email orders to: Thundercals@yahoo.com



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