|The USS Enterprise CV-6 may be the most storied warship in the US Navy from World War Two but the USS Enterprise CVN-65 had her own very long history and
tradition. Although the nuclear Big E didn't face enemy aircraft carriers, she served far longer and fought in more conflicts than her illustrious predecessor, as well as
being the first nuclear aircraft carrier in the world. Starfighter Decals brings to all Big E lovers a ship's decal set in 1:700 scale for the markings carried by the
Enterprise from 1962 to 2001. This set, 700-101, has the various deck patterns and markings sported by the ship in that 40 years and island and external bulkhead
markings for the same period. Additionally there are hangar deck murals and markings, originally created by Patrice Rouyer, unrep markings and elevator locks, created
by Duncan Lake. These are for the ship only, as no aircraft decals for the carrier wing are included.
The flight deck markings comprise the bulk of the sheet. The deck number is open or closed white, large or small for four options. The runway markings coming
optional aft runway markings, the early narrow markings and the late wide markings. A full panoply of elevator warning markings are included, which also vary by as to
those carried 1962 to 1979, or those carried subsequently. Smaller deck markings are provided for electrical hook-up lines, catapult jet blast deflectors, starboard and
port barrier covers in various styles, armament elevator lines, foul lines, catapult shooters pit lines, deck edge elevator locks, and markings carried between number one
and two elevators in the 1960's and 1970s.