This livery is semi-fictional for maintaining BORT numbers (Tail only). Historical Alaska ANG Sabres would have the BORT number on the wings too.
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... bleached effect as if the aircraft were heavily exposed to the sun for months on end. Normal skins include pilots with green flightsuits, while weathered skins include pilots with desert flightsuits.
The 106th TRS of the Alabama Air National Guard (ANG) and the 192d TRS of the Nevada ANG flew the RF-4C Phantom II in the first Gulf War, and the skins here are intended for use with the AJS-37 Viggen when flying the electronic surveillance mission.
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An F-15C from the 194FS, made to go along with the Nevada terrain. Serial is static but includes nose and refueling serials.
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A F-51D skin of a Air National Guard unit from Kentucky for a Gunnery meet at Nellis in 1956
This is a skin for the F-51D 463 803 that the Kentucky Air National Guard used during a Nellis gunnery meet in 1956.
or so some google searches tell me.
I really like the scheme.