One of the first captured V2 launches at White Sands was also arguably the most colorful. Launch number 3, on May 10, 1946 saw a Yellow and Black V2 fly to an altitude of 70 miles. While this yellow and black paint scheme is pretty neat, period pictures from the Smithsonian show something even more interesting: On the tail, between fins III and IV, can be seen a nose-art style rendering of a pinup girl straddling a V2. Future flights were not only painted black and white, but no other V2 documentation shows any trace of the "V2 girl"
This decal set is the finishing touch for a model of flight #3. Included are the Roman numerals in black and white for each fin, as well as the 'V2 girl' in the following scales: