Arguably the U.S. Pacific Naval Fleet’s most renowned squadron, the VF-111 Sundowners were part of PACEX ’89 while serving aboard the naval carrier U.S.S. Carl Vinson. During a 3-month deployment, they participated in extensive operations throughout the Pacific, Sea of Japan and the Bering Sea. PACEX ’89 is noteworthy for being the largest naval exercise of its kind since WWII. Flying Northrop Grumman’s versatile and deadly F-14A Tomcat fighter, the Sundowners squadron proudly sported a signature red and white sunburst insignia on their aircraft until being disestablished in 1995. Features incredible details, accurate markings, and various weapons included.