Fireball Modelworks

1/32 Plastic Fantastic UH-72A Lakota decal sheet

Product # FMD-25-32 for $15.00 for Revell of Germany kit

Product  Article by Steve Bamford on Apr 4 2017



This new decal sheet from Fireball Modelworks includes markings for 6 different 1/32 Eurocopter UH-72 Lakota to fit the Revell and Heller kits. 

For 1/32 scale it is recommended to use the Revell of Germany 04648 EC145 Medstar/Police kit.  Some of the other earlier boxings of the 1/32 Revell EC145 might work too.  The main things you'll need to make sure your kit contains are the wire strike protection kit with the two blades and the long deflectors on the skid tips.  All Lakotas are equipped with these parts.

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The 6 aircraft include 2 US military air ambulances, Puerto Rico ANG, Marshall Islands, Germany and the US Navy Test Pilot School. 

  • UH-72A Lakota "Flat Iron" Air Ambulance Detachment, 1st Battalion, 223rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Rucker, Alabama in 2011 in flat Olive Drab

  • UH-72A Lakota 121st Medical Company (Air Ambulance) District of Columbia Army National Guard, Fort Belvoir, Virginia in 2011 in flat Olive Drab

  • UH-72A Lakota Det 1/B/1-114S&S Puerto Rico Army National Guard, San Juan, Pueto Rico, in 2010 in flat Olive Drab

  • UH-72A Lakota Reagan Test Site, Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands, in 2011 in Gloss International Orange

  • UH-72A Lakota Falcon Observer Controller Team, Joint Multinational Readiness Center, Hohenfels, Germany, in 2011 with an Flat Olive Drab, RAL 9001 Grey and RAL 1006 Yellow camo scheme

  • UH-72A Lakota US Navy Test Pilot School, NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, in 2011 in Gloss White with Orange Stripe

The instructions are clear and include 1 or 2 views of each aircraft.  The decals are beautifully printed on 1 decal sheet. 

This decal sheet has an interesting variety of paint schemes from many different varied and remote locations and it is quite the pleasure to see.

This sheet is also available in 1/72 scale.

You can buy this decal sheet directly from Fireball Modelworks.

Steve Bamford


Photos and text by Steve Bamford