The height of the F-86D era was a high point in Air Force colors and markings. The squadrons complemented the polished aluminum airframe with large areas of color, often times covering the entire vertical tail. In addition to squadron, group, or wing markings, many Sabre Dogs also had personal names and nose art appied, drawing from popular cartoon figures and celebritites, as well as wives and girlfriends. The design of the F-86D lent itself well to the application of sharkmouth designs, and many units carried those in all shapes and sizes. This first book in the ADC Interceptor Series documents these colors and markings, for both USAF and foreign operators. With over 200 profile illustrations and dozens of color photographs, this is one of the most thorough reference on the colors and markings of the F-86D/L available.