BM-7211 FINAL FLIGHT OVER THE BALKANS

At the end of the 20th century conflicts betwen different ethnic groups and nationalities united under Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia lead to the boilng point. Nato as a main military power in the region intervened with man, equipment and sources. The main goal was to resolve religious and political conflicts without casualities and material damage. Airpower played a significant part in resolving conflicts betwen different sides. In the line of duty many aircrafts were hit or damaged by Serbian air defence. Decal set Final flight over the Balkans cover five NATO aircrafts that were downed or damaged in Yugoslav wars, a series of wars fought in Yugoslavia in the 1990s.

Decals for:

F-16C, Block 40D, #88-0550, USAF 555th FS, Aviano AB, pilot Lt. Col David Goldfein, 1999 F-16C, Block 40E, #89-2032, USAF 555th FS, Aviano AB, pilot Capt. Scott O’Grady, 1995 Harrier FRS1, #XZ498/001/R,801 NAS RN, HMS Ark Royal, pilot Lt. N. Richardson OA-10A- Thunderbolt II, #81-0967, USAF, 47th FS, 23rd wing ”Flying Tigers”, Pope AB, North Carolina,1999 F-117A, #82-0806, USAF, 7th FS, 49th wing ”Screamin’ Demons”,pilot Capt. Ken ”Wiz” Dwelle, Holoman AB, Texas,1999