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Nose art

Decorative painting or design on the fuselage of an aircraft

Not to be confused with nose job, nose-jewels, or nose piercing.

Virgin Atlantic A G-VGAS nose art

Nose art is a decorative painting or design on the fuselage of an aircraft, usually on the front fuselage.

While begun for practical reasons of identifying friendly units, the practice evolved to express the individuality often constrained by the uniformity of the military, to evoke memories of home and peacetime life, and as a kind of psychological protection against the stresses of war and the probability of death. The appeal, in part, came from nose art not being officially approved, even when the regulations against it were not enforced.[1][2]

Because of its individual and unofficial nature, it is considered folk art, inseparable from work as well as representative of a group.[1] It can also be compared to sophisticated graffiti. In both cases, the artist is often anonymous, and the art itself is ephemeral. In addition, it relies on materials immediately available.[1]

Nose art is largely a military tradition, but civilian airliners operated by the Virgin Group feature "Virgin Girls" on the nose as part of their livery. In a broad sense, the tail art of several airlines such as the Eskimo of Alaska Airlines can be called "nose art", as are the tail markings of present-day U.S. Navy squadrons. There were exceptions, including the VIII Bomber Command, st Bomb Group BF "Whizzer", which had its girl-riding-a-bomb on the dorsal fin.[3]

History[edit]

Eddie Rickenbackerwith SPAD XIII (note the "Hat in the Ring" 94th Aero Squadron insignia), France,
Spad XIII pursuit aircraft of the 95th Aero Squadron with the "Kicking Mule" insignia, France,

Placing personalized decorations on fighting aircraft began with Italian and German pilots. The first recorded example was a sea monster painted on an Italian flying boat in [citation needed] This was followed by the popular practice of painting a mouth beneath the propeller's spinner begun by German pilots in World War I. What is perhaps the most famous of all nose art, the shark-face insignia later made famous by the First American Volunteer Group (AVG) Flying Tigers, first appeared in World War I on a British Sopwith Dolphin and a German Roland C.II, though often with an effect more comical than menacing.[4][page&#;needed] The cavallino rampante ("prancing horse") of the Italian aceFrancesco Baracca was another well-known image.

World War I nose art was usually embellished or extravagant squadron insignia. This followed the official policy established by the American Expeditionary Forces' Chief of the Air Service, Brigadier GeneralBenjamin Foulois, on 6 May , requiring the creation of distinct, readily identifiable squadron insignia.[5] World War I examples include the "Hat in the Ring" of the American 94th Aero Squadron (attributed to Lt. Johnny Wentworth)[5] and the "Kicking Mule" of the 95th Aero Squadron. Nose art of that era was often conceived and produced not by the pilots, but rather by ground crews.

World War II[edit]

Hell's Angels, the 3rd Squadron of the 1st American Volunteer Group "Flying Tigers", 28 May

True nose art appeared during World War II, which is considered by many observers[citation needed] to be the golden age of the genre, with both Axis and Allied pilots taking part. At the height of the war, nose artists were in very high demand in the USAAF and were paid quite well for their services, while AAF commanders tolerated nose art in an effort to boost aircrew morale. The U.S. Navy, by contrast, prohibited nose art, the most extravagant being limited to a few simply-lettered names, while nose art was uncommon in the Royal Air Force and Royal Canadian Air Force. The work was done by professional civilian artists as well as talented amateur servicemen. In , for instance, the 39th Pursuit Squadron commissioned a Bell Aircraft artist to design and paint the "Cobra in the Clouds" logo on their aircraft.[6]

Perhaps the most enduring nose art of World War II was the shark-face motif, which first appeared on the Messerschmitt Bf s of LuftwaffeZerstörergeschwader 76 ("76th Destroyer Wing") over Crete, where the twin-engined Messerschmitts outmatched the Gloster Gladiator biplanes of No. Squadron RAF.[citation needed] The Commonwealth pilots were withdrawn to Egypt and refitted with Curtiss Tomahawks (P) off the same assembly line building fighter aircraft for the American Volunteer Group (AVG) Flying Tigers being recruited for service in China. In November , AVG pilots saw a color photo in a newspaper of a shark mouth painted on a Squadron P fighter in North Africa and immediately adopted the shark-face motif for their own PBs.[7] The British version itself was inspired by "sharkmouth" nose art (without any eyes) on the Messerschmitt Bf heavy fighters of Zerstörergeschwader 76. This work was done by the pilots and ground crew in the field.[8] However, the insignia for the "Flying Tigers" – a winged Bengal Tiger jumping through a stylized V for Victory symbol – was developed by graphic artists from the Walt Disney Company.[9]

A Thunderbolt II with shark mouth themed nose art, Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan,

Similarly, when in the 39th Fighter Squadron became the first American squadron in their theatre with kills, they adopted the shark-face for their Lockheed P Lightnings.[6] The shark-face is still used to this day, most commonly seen on the Fairchild Republic A Thunderbolt II (with its gaping maw leading up to the muzzle of the aircraft's GAU-8 Avenger 30mm cannon), especially those of the 23d Fighter Group, the AVG's descendent unit, and a testament to its popularity as a form of nose art.

The "Dragon and His Tail" nose art on a B Liberator, Moffett Field, – from on, Witchcraft(s/n )

The largest known work of nose art ever depicted on a World War II-era American combat aircraft was on a Consolidated B Liberator, tail number , which had been named "The Dragon and his Tail" of the USAAF Fifth Air Force64th Bomb Squadron, 43d Bomb Group, in the Southwest Pacific, flown by a crew led by Joseph Pagoni, with Staff Sergeant Sarkis Bartigian as the artist. The dragon artwork ran from the nose just forward of the cockpit, down the entire length of the fuselage's sides, with the dragon's body depicted directly below and just aft of the cockpit, with the dragon holding a nude woman in its forefeet.[10][11]

Sgt. J.S. Wilson painting a bomber based at Eniwetok in June

Tony Starcer was the resident artist for the 91st Bomb Group (Heavy), one of the initial six groups fielded by the Eighth Air Force. Starcer painted over a hundred pieces of renowned B nose art, including "Memphis Belle".[12][13] A commercial artist named Brinkman, from Chicago was responsible for the zodiac-themed nose art of the B Liberator-equipped th Bomb Squadron, based at RAF Sudbury, England.[14]

Contemporary research demonstrates that bomber crews, who suffered high casualty rates during World War II, often developed strong bonds with the planes they were flying, and affectionately decorated them with nose art.[15] It was also believed by the flight crews that the nose art was bringing luck to the planes.[16]

The artistic work of Alberto Vargas and George Petty's pin-up girls from Esquire Magazine were often duplicated, or adapted, by air force crews and painted on the nose of American and allied aircraft during World War II.

Boeing KCE Stratotanker, based with Sioux City Air National Guard,

Some nose art was commemorative or intended to honor certain people, such as the Boeing B Superfortress "The Ernie Pyle".[17]

Post World War II[edit]

In the Korean War, nose art was popular with units operating A Invader and B bombers, C Flying Boxcar transports, as well as USAF fighter-bombers.[18] Due to changes in military policies and changing attitudes toward the representation of women, the amount of nose art declined after the Korean War.

During the Vietnam War, Lockheed AC gunships of the U.S. Air Force Special Operations Squadrons were often given names with accompanying nose art – for example, "Thor", "Azrael – Angel of Death", "Ghost Rider", "War Lord" and "The Arbitrator."[19] The unofficial gunship badge of a flying skeleton with a Minigun was also applied to many aircraft until the end of the war and was later adopted officially.

Nose art underwent a revival during the Gulf War and has become more common since Operation Enduring Freedom and the Iraq War began. Many crews are merging artwork as part of camouflage patterns. The United States Air Force had unofficially sanctioned the return of the pin-up (albeit fully clothed) with the Strategic Air Command permitting nose art on its bomber force in the Command's last years. The continuation of historic names such as "Memphis Belle" was encouraged.

Regional variation[edit]

Source material for American nose art was varied, ranging from pinups such as Rita Hayworth and Betty Grable and cartoon characters such as Donald Duck, Bugs Bunny, and Popeye to patriotic characters (Yankee Doodle) and fictional heroes (Sam Spade). Lucky symbols such as dice and playing cards also inspired nose art, along with references to mortality such as the Grim Reaper.[1] Cartoons and pinups were most popular among American artists, but other works included animals, nicknames, hometowns, and popular song and movie titles. Some nose art and slogans expressed contempt of the enemy, especially of their leaders.

The farther the planes and crew were from headquarters or from the public eye, the racier the art tended to be.[1] For instance, nudity was more common in nose art on aircraft in the Pacific than on aircraft in Europe.[20]

Luftwaffe aircraft did not often display nose art, but there were exceptions.[21][page&#;needed] For example, Mickey Mouse adorned a Condor LegionMesserschmitt Bf during the Spanish Civil War and one Ju 87A was decorated with a large pig inside a white circle during the same period. Adolf Galland's BfE-3 of JG 26 also had a depiction of Mickey Mouse, holding a contemporary telephone in his hands, in mid A Ju 87B-1 (Geschwaderkennung of S2+AC) of Stab II/St. G 77, piloted by Major Alfons Orthofer and based in Breslau-Schöngarten during the invasion of Poland, was painted with a shark's mouth, and some Bf s were decorated with furious wolf's heads, stylistic wasps (as with SKG and ZG 1), or as in the case of ZG 76, the shark mouths that inspired both the RAF's Squadron and in turn the Flying Tigers in China, on their noses or engine covers. Another example was Erich Hartmann's BfG, "Lumpi", with an eagle's head. The fighter wing Jagdgeschwader 54 was known as the Grünherz (Green Hearts) after their fuselage emblem, a large green heart. The Geschwader was originally formed in Thüringen, nicknamed "the green heart of Germany". Perhaps the flashiest Luftwaffe nose art was the red and white viper snake insignia running through the whole fuselage of certain Junkers Ju 87Stuka dive bombers that served with the II Gruppe, and especially the 6. Staffel of Sturzkampfgeschwader 2 in North Africa campaign, the only known artwork on an Axis-flown combat aircraft that could have rivaled the length of that on "The Dragon and his Tail" B

The Soviet Air Forces decorated their planes with historical images, mythical beasts, and patriotic slogans.

The attitude of the Finnish Air Force to the nose art varied by unit. Some units disallowed nose art, while others tolerated it. Generally, the Finnish airforce nose art was humorous or satirical, such as the "horned Stalin" on Maj. Maunula's Curtiss P fighter.

The Japan Air Self-Defense Force has decorated fighter aircraft with Valkyrie-themed characters under the names Mystic Eagle and Shooting Eagle.[22]

Beginning in , the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force has AH-1S Cobra anti-tank helicopters and Kawasaki OH-1 observation helicopter named Ita-Cobra and Ita-Omega respectively, decorated in the theme of 4 Kisarazu (木更津) sisters (Akane (木更津茜), Aoi (木更津葵), Wakana (木更津若菜), Yuzu (木更津柚子)).[23] The Aoi-chan first appeared in , followed by the other three sisters in [24][25]

Canadian Forces were reported having nose art on CHD Chinook and CH Griffon helicopters in Afghanistan.[26]

Famous examples[edit]

Adolf Galland was famous for painting Mickey Mouse on his aircraft, and the mascot was adopted by his Gruppe during the early airwar phase of World War II.

Werner Mölders flew a yellow-nosed Messerschmitt Bf F-2 while with JG 51 during June

Other fighter aces and their nose art have become synonymous.[citation needed]

The markings of aces were often adopted by their squadrons, such as Galland's Mickey Mouse and Hartmann's black tulip (still in use until recently on the aircraft of JG 71 "Richthofen" – not known to be in use on the unit's new Eurofighter Typhoons).

Ted W. Lawson, who (along with journalist Bob Considine) famously wrote about the Doolittle Raid in Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo, piloted a North American B Mitchell bomber nicknamed The Ruptured Duck, after a minor training accident in which the aircraft tail scraped the ground during takeoff; this was decorated by a caricature of an angry Donald Duck figure with crutches and wearing a pilot's headphones.

Similar art[edit]

Designs similar to aviation nose art could be found during World War II on some British torpedo boats, and German and US submarines.

Bans[edit]

In the United States Air Force Air Mobility Command ordered that all nose art should be gender-neutral.[27]

Gallery[edit]

  • Aircraft Nose Art
  • Nose art caricaturing the crew of the Superfortress "Waddy's Wagon", c.&#;

  • B24 bomber depicting a "Bonnie" pin-up, c.&#;

  • B bomber flying over P fighter planes at an advanced U.S. base in China, c.&#;

  • Bf in Technikmuseum in Berlin with WWII era nose art

  • Pima Air & Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona,

  • Naval Air Station, Sigonella, Italy,

  • Naval Air Station, Sigonella, Italy,

  • Castle Air Museum, Atwater, California,

  • March Air Force Base, California,

  • Allgäu Airport, Memmingen, Germany

  • Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina,

  • Pease Air Force Base, New Hampshire,

  • Fantasy of Flight in Polk City, FL,

  • National Museum of the USAF,

  • Nose art on the B "Butterfly Baby", c.&#;

  • B Liberator "Mabel's Labels" in Airplane Graveyard, Kingman, Arizona

  • Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland,

  • Boeing landing in Amsterdam,

  • Songshan Air Force Base, Taipei,

  • Boeing B17 The Pink Lady,

  • Northrop P Black Widow,

  • Grumman F7F Tigercat "La Patrona", Reno Air Races,

  • Bell AH-1 Cobra Gunship Attack Helicopter, Aviation Hall of Fame and Museum of New Jersey,

  • ACH Hercules, Hurlburt Field, Florida

  • Douglas BC Invader,

  • AC Invader, National Museum of the United States Air Force, Dayton, Ohio,

  • Nose art on a B Flying Fortress

  • KC Stratotanker, Gulf War,

  • "Fay" B Superfortress, lost on March 25,

  • Me nose-art. Luftwaffenmuseum, Berlin-Gatow, Germany,

  • Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio,

  • Pima Air & Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona,

  • Nose art on the BJTake-off Time,

  • 20th Air Force Boeing B with nose art "Ponderous Peg" (World War Two)

  • Screenshot from a Universal Newsreel taken at "Airplane Graveyard Kingman, Arizona" showing "Hell's Belles" World War Two aircraft

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ abcde"Military Aircraft Nose Art". Retrieved 30 December
  2. ^Ethell, Jeffrey L. (). The History of Aircraft Nose Art: World War I to Today. Osceola, Wisconsin: Motorbooks International, p.
  3. ^Bowers, Peter M. (). Fortress In The Sky, Granada Hills, CA: Sentry Books. ISBN&#;, p.
  4. ^Ward, Richard. Sharkmouth, –. New York: Arco,
  5. ^ ab"Air Force Historical Research Agency". Retrieved 30 December
  6. ^ ab"Military Flying, CHOCKIE 39th History". Retrieved 30 December
  7. ^Rossi, Dick (s). "A Flying Tigers Story". The Flying Tigers – American Volunteer Group – Chinese Air Force.
  8. ^Ford, Daniel. Flying Tigers: Claire Chennault and His American Volunteers, –. Washington, DC: Harper Collins–Smithsonian Books, , pp. 82–
  9. ^Eisel, Braxton. The Flying Tigers: Chennault's American Volunteer Group in China. Washington, DC: Air Force History and Museums Program,
  10. ^"From the 64th Squadron Briefing Room". Retrieved 30 December
  11. ^"From the 64th Squadron Briefing Room". Retrieved 30 December
  12. ^"Tony Starcer – Nose Artist – 91st BG". Retrieved 30 December
  13. ^Mark Bowden. "USAAF Nose Art Research Project – Named planes of the USAAF during WWII". Retrieved 30 December
  14. ^Valant, Gary M. Classic Vintage Nose Art. Ann Arbor, Michigan: Lowe and B. Hould, , pp. 13–
  15. ^Pfau, Ann Elizabeth. Miss Yourlovin: GIs, Gender and Domesticity During World War II. New York: Columbia University Press, Available at Gutenberg-e, a program of the American Historical Association and Columbia University Press: [1]
  16. ^Polmar, Norman, and Thomas B. Allen. World War II: The Encyclopedia of the War Years, – New York: Random House, , p.
  17. ^Superfort "Ernie Pyle", Gift of Plane Plane Workers, Here En Route to Japan PDFArchived at the Wayback Machine
  18. ^Thompson, Warren E. Heavy Hauler. Wings of Fame, The Journal of Classic Combat Aircraft, Volume London: Aerospace Publishing Ltd., , p.
  19. ^Olausson, Lars. Lockheed Hercules Production List – –, 27th ed. Såtenäs, Sweden, (Self-published.)
  20. ^Cohan, Phil. "Risque Business." Air and Space, 5 (Apr.–May ), p.
  21. ^Ketley, Barry. Luftwaffe emblems. Manchester: Flight Recorder Publications,
  22. ^"Noseart – Works". Retrieved 30 December
  23. ^"The Four Sisters of the Fourth Anti-Tank Helicopter Squad are Celebrated One Last Time!".
  24. ^"The Japanese Military Is Getting Offensively Cute".
  25. ^"Japan's Armed Forces Show Their Playful Side: Moé-Style Attack Helicopter Wows Crowds".
  26. ^"Canadian chopper crews revive nose-art tradition in Afghanistan". Asian Defence. Retrieved 30 December
  27. ^Military Airplanes Get New Gender-neutral Look, Steve Fide, Deseret News, July 20,

References[edit]

  • Bloomfield, Gary L., Stacie L. Shain, & Arlen C. Davidson. Duty, honor, applause&#;: America's entertainers in World War II. Guilford, CN: Lyon's Press, ISBN&#; (Pp.&#;– discuss pin-up girl and nose art.)
  • Bredau, Robert (). The Meaning of Nose Art: An Anthropological Perspective (Thesis). California State University.
  • Campbell, John M. & Campbell, Donna. War paint&#;: fighter nose art from WWII & Korea. Osceola, WI: Motorbooks International,
  • Chinnery, Philip. 50 years of the desert boneyard&#;: Davis Monthan A.F.B., Arizona. Osceola, WI: Motorbooks, International,
  • Cohan, Phil. "Risque Business." Air and Space 5 (Apr.–May ): 62–
  • Davis, Larry. Planes, Names and Dames: –. Vol. 1. Carrollton, TX: Squadron/Signal Publications,
  • Davis, Larry. Planes, Names and Dames: –. Vol. 2. Carrollton, TX: Squadron/Signal Publications,
  • Davis, Larry. Planes, Names and Dames: –. Vol. 3. Carrollton, TX: Squadron/Signal Publications,
  • Dorr, Robert F. Fighting Colors: Glory Days of U.S. Aircraft Markings. Osceola, WI: Motorbooks International,
  • Ethell, Jeffrey L. The History of Aircraft Nose Art: World War I to Today. Osceola, WI: Motorbooks International,
  • Ford, Daniel. Flying Tigers: Claire Chennault and His American Volunteers, –. Washington, DC: HarperCollins–Smithsonian Books, ISBN&#;
  • Fugere, Jerry. Desert Storm B Nose Art. Tucson, AZ: J. Fugere,
  • Ketley, Barry. Luftwaffe emblems. Manchester: Flight Recorder Publications,
  • Logan, Ian. Classy Chassy. New York: W. W. Visual Library,
  • March, Peter R. Desert Warpaint. London: Osprey Aerospace,
  • McDowell, Ernest R. The P Kittyhawk at War. New York: Arco Publishing,
  • O'Leary, Michael D. "Disney Goes to War!" Air Classics 32, no. 5 (): 40–42, 45–
  • Schellinger, Andretta F. "Aircraft Nose Art: American, French, and British Imagery and its influence from World War I through the Vietnam War", Jefferson, NC: McFarland, ISBN&#;
  • Schellinger, Andretta F. From Knights to Skulls: The Cultural Evolution of Nose Artwork. The Dalles, OR: Schellinger Research Publishing, ISBN&#;
  • Tullis, Thomas A. Tigers over China&#;: camouflage, markings, and squadron insignia of the American Volunteer Group's aircraft in China, –42. Hamilton, MT: Eagle Editions,
  • Valant, Gary M. Classic Vintage Nose Art. Ann Arbor, MI: Lowe and B. Hould (an imprint of Borders, Inc.), ISBN&#;
  • Velasco, Gary. Fighting Colors: The Creation of Military Aircraft Nose Art. Turner Publishing,
  • Walker, Randy. Painted Ladies. West Chester, PA: Schiffer Publishing,
  • Walker, Randy. More painted ladies&#;: modern military aircraft nose-art & unusual markings. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publishing,
  • Ward, Richard. Sharkmouth, –. New York: Arco,
  • Wayland, Kent (). ""It's Not an Airplane, It's My Baby": Using a Gender Metaphor to Make Sense of Old Warplanes in North America". In Lipset, David; Handler, Richard (eds.). Vehicles: Cars, Canoes, and Other Metaphors of Moral Imagination (First Paperback&#;ed.). New York: Berghahn Books. pp.&#;69– Retrieved 2 March
  • Wesemann, Terri (). Metal Storytellers: Reflections of War Culture in Silverplate B Nose Art from the th Composite Group (Thesis). Utah State University. Retrieved 2 March

External links[edit]

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I checked and it looks like they have the Zotz decals ZTZ Sexy Lancs (not the Tally Ho decals however). Price is $ plus S&H :)
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