Not quite a model item, but related to a model. Besides, I'm the moderator so I can ask this here 8v) Anyway, I am sure everyone has seen the two paper models of the B-52 offered by Fiddler's Green and GPM. Both have a shark-tooth nose on it. One of the things which is bouncing around in the back of my mind is that the timeframe that aircraft flew, the Air Force didn't allow nose art on their aircraft. Plus, the only unit which could have the shark-tooth theme was units that could trace their linage back to the Flying Tigers of WWII. One such unit was the wing at Clark AB in the Philippines. It was home to 13th Air Force headquarters which the units of the Flying Tigers went to when they were transfered to Army Air Corp control. At least that is my memory right now and I don't feel like researching it on the net. Now for the real reason for this post. SAC owned all B-52s (maybe not the NASA birds) up until its disbandment in the early 90s. SAC was a stickler for regulations and I can't see the command allowing one of its birds totting the shark's teeth theme. So I started looking for a real photograph of the real bird wearing that paint scheme and I have not found one. Not in any books I have, not on the net and not in any book in the library. So, if anyone out there has a copy of a photo showing that bird or any B-52 sporting the shark's teeth, could you scan it, and mail it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org ? I would really appreciate it. Thanks!!