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Yakovlev Yak-7

Yakovlev Yak-7

€ 14,00

Cod. PS-72363 Disponibile

1/72 Yakovlev Yak-7   1. Yak-7B.Unit: 29th GvIAP. Serial: 14. Pilot - Hero of the Soviet Union A.V.Tchirkov. Leningrad Front, Summer 1943. Note the Order of the Red Banner of Combat painted on the fuselage spine.   2. Yak-7B (late series) "For Nikolay!" Unit: 43rd IAP. Serial: 22. Pilot assistance of squadron commander 1st.Lt.V.I.Merkulov. Summer 1943. On 26th September 1943 he was shot down during protecting of his leader commander of corps Ye.Ya.Savitsky. Note: Light-Blue spinner, chevron on the tail, victories markings and inscription on the left side of fuselage 'For Nikolay!'.   3. Yak-7B "For Sasha Tikhomirov". Unit: 41st IAP. Serial: 35. Pilot - Snr.Lt.Arkady Sukov. Autumn 1942.   4. Yak-7B. Unit: 29th GvIAP. Serial: 33. Pilot - P.A.Pokryshev, during 1944.   5. Yak-7B. Unit: 29th GvIAP. Serial: 29. Pilot - CO of 29th GvIAP Col.A.A.Matveev. Spring 1943.   6. Yak-7B. Unit: 812th IAP. Serial: 12. Pilot - chief of air-shooting service of 812th IAP Capt.Pavel Tarasov. November-December 1943. The artwork based of 812th IAP veterans memories.   7. Yak-7B. Unit: 3rd AE, 875th IAP. Serial: 86. Pilot - Assistant of Commander of 3rd AE, 875th IAP, Maj.Lt.A.P.Chernobaj (mechanic is first sergeant Usov). January 1943, Kaliningrad Front, Kochegarovo air base. Victories markings painted on both fuselage sides. Yellow stripes painted on the upperwing. The plane recently was modernized.   8. Yak-7B. Unit: 71st IAP/64th GvIAP. Serial: 3. Pilot - 1st.Lt.Viktor Yakovlevich Khasin. Spring of 1943.   9. Yak-7B. Unit: 122nd IAP. Serial: 7. The plane modified to reconnaissance plane. Spring 1943.   10. Yak-7B. Unit: 127th IAP. Serial: 26. Kursk area, Summer 1943.   11. Yak-7B Unit: 157th IAP. Serial: 03 Pilot - squadron CO Captain V.N.Zalevsky. Kursk-Orel area. Summer of 1943.   12. Yak-7B "k-z Politotdelets". Serial: 65. Yak-7B inscribed From the 'Politotdelets' (Political Section Worker) collective farm to the defenders of Stalingrad operated on the Stalingrad Front in the winter of 1942-1943.   13. Yak-7B Unit: 487th IAP PVO. Serial: 64. Pilot - B.Ya.Ternovoi. July 1943.   14. Yak-7B (late series). Unit: 976th IAP. Serial: 930. 1st Baltic Front, March 1943.

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Soviet Air Forces Faded Insignia

Soviet Air Forces Faded Insignia

€ 15,00

Cod. PS-72369 Disponibile

1/72 Soviet Air Forces Faded Insignia decal (1935-1945)

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Polikarpov U-2/Po-2

Polikarpov U-2/Po-2

€ 14,00

Cod. PS-72365 Disponibile

1/72 Polikarpov U-2/Po-2 decal (Part 1)   1. Po-2VS. Unit: 9th GbNBAD. Serial: 28. Mission of Polish rebels supply. September 1944.   2. U-2VS. Unit: 1st AE, 45th GvNBAD. Serial: 7. Pilot - CO of 1st AE, 45th GvNBAD K,Michailenko. Single white stripe means 1st AE (two stripes 2nd AE, three - 3rd AE).   3.Po-2VS. Unit: 23rd GvNBAD. Serial: 1.   4. U-2. Serial: 80. Engelsk flying school. July 1932.   5. U-2VS (LNB). Unit: 242nd NBAD. Serial: 5. Pilot - Hero of the Soviet Union Popova Nadezhda Vasilievna (852 combat missions).   6. U-2. Unit: 2nd Numberless Regiment, 46th ZAP. Serial: 9. July 1943. Aircraft were produced at Kazansky factory.   7. U-2. Unit: 399th Separate Liaison Regiment, 3rd VA. Serial: 13. 3rt Byelorussian Front, Konigsberg direction, February 1945.   8. U-2SP (PS-3). Unit: 62nd Guards air regiment of GVF. Serial: 9. Winter 1943-1944s.   9. Po-2VS. Serial: 6 Academy of Air force, Monino, 1945.   10. S-2. Unit: Separate transport-medical regiment, 4th VA. Summer 1944.   11. U-2. Serial: 5. Two-colour camouflage. This aircraft was found by Germans in Summer of 1941.   12. U-2VS (LNB). Unit: 46th GvNBAD. Serial: 2   13. U-2. Unit: Normandie-Niemen. Serial: 10. The liaison aircraft, Monastirchina, September 1943.   14. U-2. Unit: 235th ShAP, 264th ShAD. Moldova airfield, 1944. On 17.45 of June 21st, 1944 this a/c piloted by Hero of the Soviet Union Vinogradov I.N.   15. Po-2 Unit: 889th NBAP. Serial: 4. Wysoche-Bartosh, Poland, October 9th, 1944.   16. U-2. Serial: 1. This a/c was captured by Finns at Karelia on December 20th, 1939.   17. U-2 "Menzhinskiy". Unit: aeroclub of the No.39 factory. Serial: 1. Middle of 1930's.   18. U-2 "Basneft" Serial: SSSR-Kh5. Limousine Basneft (Bashkirsaya neft' = Bashkirian Oil). Middle of 1930's.   19. U-2. Unit: V.P.Chkalov. Serial: SSSR-Che4. The personal mount of the Valeriy Pavlovich. Chkalov, presented by Narkomat (Ministry) for Heavy Industry. Circa 1937.

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Polikarpov R-5

Polikarpov R-5

€ 14,00

Cod. PS-72362 Disponibile

1/72 Polikarpov R-5   1. R-5T. Torpedo-bomber, Moscow, Spring, 1934. The first produced aircraft of this type.   2. R-5. Serial: 3.Moscow military district.   3. R-5. Serial: 22. The aircraft of training brigade of Air Fleet academy. Moscow, 1933.   4. R-5SSS. Unit: RKKA Air Force. Serial: 66. Winter War. Winter 1939-1940.   5. R-5. Unit: 7th Separate Corps detachment. Serial: 3. Pilot commander of detachment D.Nikishin. Pavlograd, 1936.   6. R-5Sh. Unit: 15th ShAP, 60th air brigade, ZabVO Exercises at Chita area, 1938. Most probably this is the regiment commander aircraft.   7. R-5. Unit: 37th BLAE, 454th air brigade. Serial: 4. Pilot - L.G.Petrushevskiy. Middle Eastern military district, August 1934.   8. R-5Sh. Unit: 12th ShAP, VVS of OKDVA. Serial: 5. Pilot - Ivanov N.N. Lazarevo airfield, August 1939.   9. R-5. Serial: 4. Sinkiang Aviation School, 1935.   10. R-5. Serial: 22. This aircraft was used as trainer. Circa 1930.   11. R-5SSS Unit: 15th Group. Serial: RR-21. 1 Escuadrilla de Ataque Nocturno; December 1937.   12. R-5Sh. Unit: Mongolian Air Corps. Nomonhan Conflict, Mongolia, 1939. Originally this unit was part of the Soviet 150th mixed air regiment (VVS RKKA). However some sources said that some aircraft were under command of Mongolian pilot Bor served with Mongolian Air Corps and wore Mongolian insignias.   13. R-5. Unit: Tatbikat Bolugu-Eskishehir. Serial: 1. October 1933. Immediately after the ceremonies of the 10th anniversary of the Turkish Republic. Most probably the emblem underwing and the inverted flag were painted in Russia, before the aircraft arrived. Squadron of Polikarpov R-5's and a Tupolev ANT-9 arrived Ankara to participate the 10th anniversary ceremonies on 29 October 1933. After the ceremonies 3 R-5 and the sole ANT-9 were presented to Turkey as a symbol of Turko-Russian friendship, cooperation and good relations (The Soviet Government under the leadership of Lenin helped Turkey a lot during our War of Independence).  

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Petlyakov Pe-2

Petlyakov Pe-2

€ 14,00

Cod. PS-72361 Disponibile

1/72 Petlyakov Pe-2   1. Pe-2 "Leningrad-Kenigsberg". Unit: 34th GvBAP. Serial: 26. Crew commander is 1st.Lt.N.D.Panasov. Poland, August 1945.   2. Pe-2 (265th series). Unit: 125th GvBAP, 4th GvBAD. Serial: 95 (c/n.7/256). Crew commander: Gv.2nd Lt.Shelikova (woman). Balbasovo airfield, early Summer 1944.   3. Pe-2. The crew of Lt.Ovsyannikov, photographed in August 1945 (probably at Far East Front), flew 107 missions with this Pe-2 on the Leningrad Front. The aircraft decorated with three orders of the Red Banner. Most probably the airplane wore some serial code.   4. Pe-2 (31st series). Unit: BAP, Northern Fleet. Serial: 8. Temporary winter camouflage. Winter 1941-1942.   5. Pe-2 (220th series). Unit: 161st GvBAP, 2nd GvBAK. Serial: c/n.3/220. Crew commander: Gv.Lt.Matveev. On 20th February 1944.   6. Pe-2 Unit: 3rd IAK. Serial: 1. A Petlyakov Pe-2 operated by the 3rd Fighter Air Corps . (IAK - htryebitelniy Aviatsionniy Korpus) in 1943. The emblem of the 3rd IAK (a winged star) is painted on the nose. The camouflage is heavily weathered, especially on engine nacelles and the rear fuselage. Note two small windows on the fuselage side aft the canopy.   7. Pe-2. Unit: 140th BAP. Serial: K. Estonia, 1944.   8. Pe-2. Serial: NS+BA. On 29th January 1944.   9. B-32 (Pe-2FT). Unit: 1.Letka, Bombardovaciho Pluk. Serial: LV-11. Czechoslovak post-war Petljakov Pe-2FT's were painted with Grey-Blue on upper surfaces and with Light-Blue on bellow surfaces.   10. Pe-2 series 1. Unit: 2/PLeLv 48. Serial: A (PE-211). This photo-reconnaissance aircraft was issued to Capt. Jaakko Ranta when he led 2/PLeLv 48 at Onttola in August of 1944.  

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McDonnell Douglas AV-8B Harrier II

McDonnell Douglas AV-8B Harrier II

€ 15,00

Cod. PS-48154 Disponibile

1/48 MiG-23 Tehcnical stencils

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Gloster Javelin Mk.5 Mk.6 Mk.7

Gloster Javelin Mk.5 Mk.6 Mk.7

€ 17,00

Cod. PS-72375 Disponibile

1/72 Gloster Javelin Mk.5 Mk.6 Mk.7 Part 4   1. Javelin F (AW) Mk 5, XA 654, No. 23 Squadron, 1958 (the only Mk 5 on the squadron). Standard scheme and national markings; white serial with blue/red/blue bars above. Unit badge on a white disc on fin.   2. Javelin F (AW) Mk 5, XA 710, ‘Y’, No. 151 Squadron, RAF Leuchars. Standard scheme and national markings; St Andrew’s cross outlined in black, on fin. Serial in black and code in white; note unit crest on fuselage.   3. Javelin F (AW) Mk 5, XA 667, ‘O’, No. 228 OCU, early1961. Standard scheme and national markings; white serial and code. Unit badge on fin.   4. Javelin F (AW) Mk 5, XA 654, ‘J’, No. 72 Squadron, RAF Leconfield, September 1960. Standard scheme and national markings, except for the nose roundel which is positioned further aft and is flanked by blue bars, outlined in red; white codes and serial; silver air intakes. Unit badge superimposed on a blue arrowhead, outlined in red.   5. Javelin F (AW) Mk 5, XA 664, ‘P’, No. 5 Squadron, RAF Laarbruch, West Germany , 1961. Standard scheme and national markings; red band across fin with unit badge within a white disc. Black intake lips; white serial and code. Ex-FCS aircraft.   6. Javelin F (AW) Mk 5, XA 707, ‘A’, No. 41 Squadron. Standard scheme and national markings; white code and serial. Unit badge, flanked by white and red bars, on fin.   7. Javelin F (AW) Mk 5, XA 652, ‘T’, All-Weather Fighter Combat School (No. 219 Reserve Squadron), Standard scheme and national markings; white serial and code. Orange day-glo wing tips.   8. Javelin F(AW) Mk 6, XA 815, ‘E’, No.89 Squadron, RAF Stradishall, 1958. Standard scheme and national markings; black serial and white code. Light/dark/light blue bars on fin; note extended gun barrels.   9. Javelin F(AW) Mk 6, XA 817, ‘E’, No.29 Squadron. Standard scheme and national markings; black serial and white code. White bar, outlined in red, with three ‘x’ in red, on fin.   10. Javelin F(AW) Mk 6, XH 694, ‘A’, No.85 Squadron. RAF West Malling, October 1959.Standard scheme and national markings; black/red checks on fin with unit badge in white superimposed. Serial in black; ‘A’ on fin in yellow.   11. Javelin F(AW) Mk 7, XH 778, ‘G’, No.23 Squadron. Standard scheme and national markings; white code and serial. Silver air intakes; blue/red/blue bars, outlined in white, above serial on engine nacelles. Unit badge on fin within a white disc.  

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Gloster Javelin Mk.4

Gloster Javelin Mk.4

€ 17,00

Cod. PS-72374 Disponibile

1/72 Gloster Javelin Mk.4 Part 3     1. Javelin F(AW) Mk4, XA 756, ‘756', No. 141 Squadron, RAF Coltishall, 1957. Standard scheme and national markings; black/white fin markings with unit badge superimposed. Fuselage serial in black, with ‘756' repeated in white on fin.   2. Javelin F(AW) Mk4, XA 636, ‘636', No. 41 Squadron, RAF Coltishall, 1958. Standard scheme and national markings; black serial on engine nacelles, with the last three digits repeated in white on fin. Note white bars only flanking unit badge on fin.   3. Javelin F(AW) Mk4, XA 753, No. 23 Squadron, 1957. Standard scheme and national markings; blue/red/blue bars above black serial on engine nacelles. Unit badge in red/black and yellow on fin.   4. Javelin F(AW) Mk4, XA 632, ‘A’ No. 11 Squadron, RAF Geilenkirchen 1960. Standard scheme and national markings; white serial. Yellow and black fin markings with black code on a white circle outlined in black.   5. Javelin F(AW) Mk4, XA 635, ‘L’ No. 3 Squadron, RAF Geilenkirchen 1959. Standard scheme and national markings; Apple Green band around fin with unit crest superimposed. Fuselage serial and ‘L’ on fin in white.   6. Javelin F(AW) Mk4, XA 737, ‘K’ No. 72 Squadron, RAF Leconfield, 1959. Standard scheme and national markings; white serial and code. Unit badge superimposed on a blue arrowhead outlined in red on fin.   7. Javelin F(AW) Mk4, XA 730, ‘N’ No. 72 Squadron, RAF Leconfield, 1960. Standard scheme and national markings; white serial and code. Blue squadron markings, edged in red, flank the fuselage roundel, colours repeated in arrow form on fin with the unit badge superimposed.

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F4U Corsair

F4U Corsair

€ 17,00

Cod. PS-32023 Disponibile

1/32 F4U Corsair in the Korean War

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Dassault Mirage F1

Dassault Mirage F1

€ 14,00

Cod. PS-72373 Disponibile

1/72 Dassault Mirage F1 decal (Part 1)   1. Mirage F.1CG Unit: 342 MPK, 114 PM. Serial: 105 (c/n 59). Mirage F.1CG '105', basically as delivered to the EPA, in 1978, albeit with the badge of the 342 MPK applied on the fin. Only two Mirages are known to have carried this bade: except '105' the other was '113'.   2. Mirage F.1EQ-1 Unit: 92nd FS, IrAF. Serial: 4010 belonged to the first batch of 16 F.1EQs supplied to Iraq between April and October 1981, where it entered service with the 92nd FS. The unit suffered extensive losses during the first series of engagements with IRIAF F-14s, most of which occurred in December 1981 inside the Kuwaiti airspace!   3. Mirage F.1EQ-5. Part: IrAF. Number: 4578 It is believed that the Iraqi Mirages F.1EQ-5, equipped with Cyrano IV-M radar and AM.39 Exocet anti-ship missiles, turned out to be the 'star' of the tanker war. However, these machines suffered heavy losses in 1988.   4. Mirage F1EQ-4: Iran Air Force. Serial:3-6205, first flight in IRIAF service, 1993. 21/01/2012   5. Mirage F1EQ6 - Iran - Air Force. Serial:3-6210. Tehran - Mehrabad International (THR / OIII) Iran - February 28, 2013.   6. Mirage F.1CE. Unit: Escuadron 141 "Patanes", Ala de Caza 14, Ejercito del Aire. Serial: 14-15 (C.14-15). Spain was one of the first export users of the Mirage F.1, ordering 15 Mirage F.1CE interceptors in 1972. All of Spain's 73 Mirages are assigned to the Ala de Caza 14 (Fighter Wing 14).   7. Mirage F1CE of Escuadron 141 (Ala de Caza 14) of Spain's Ejercito del Aire based at Albacete, and (left) the emblem of Ala 14. The Mirage F1CE is scheduled to remain in service with the Air Combat Command (MACOM) of the Fuerza Aerea throughout the 'eighties.   8. Mirage F.1CZ. Unit: 3 Sqn, SAAF.Serial: 206. AFB Rundu, 1987. Piloted by Capt. Arthur Piercy during a dogfight against MiG-23, it was damaged and forced landed. Pilot seriously wounded hard after ejection and paralyzed.   9. Mirage F.1CH. Unit: Escadrille de Chasse "Assad", Al Quwwat Aljawwiya Almalakiya Marakishiya. Serial: 127 Sidi Slimane AFB, Morocco, 1980.   10. Ecuador - Air Force Dassault Mirage F1JA FAE803. Guayaquil - Jose Joaquin de Olmedo (Simon Bolivar) (GYE / SEGU) Ecuador - October 14, 2010.

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Vought F4U Corsair

Vought F4U Corsair

€ 16,00

Cod. PS-72351 Disponibile

1/72 Chance Vought F4U Corsair Salvador   1. FG-1D. Unit: Escuadrilla 2, Escuadron Caza Bombardeo, Fuerza Aerea Salvadorena. Serial: FAS-205. Circa 1965. The second batch of FG-1D's supplied to El Salvador wore a camouflage in dark blue. It remains unclear if this was the same 'mid-nite' as used on FAH Corsairs, or some other shade. The example depicted here, serialled '205', also had the FAS insignia applied behind the engine cowling. Despite intensive efforts on the part of FAS technicians, the FG-1D '205; did not become operational during the 1969 War.   2. Goodyear FG-1D. Unit: Escuadrilla 2, Escuadron Caza Bombardeo, Fuerza Aerea Salvadorena. Serial: FAS-220 El Salvador, middle of 1960's.   3. FG-1D. Unit: Escuadrilla 2, Escuadron Caza Bombardeo, Fuerza Aerea Salvadorena. Serial: FAS-201 (BuNo.67087) Circa 1965. Earlier in the 1960s, the FAS FG-1 Corsairs were painted in Gull Gray overall, and had the large service title applied on the sides of the rear fuselage, as well as national colours on the rudder and wingtips. This aircraft was not operational in 1969.   4. Goodyear FG-1D. Unit: Escuadrilla 2, Escuadron Caza Bombardeo, Fuerza Aerea Salvadorena. Serial: FAS-220.   5. Goodyear FG-1D. Unit: Escuadron de Caza, Fuerza Aerea Salvadorena. Serial: FAS-215 (BuNo.92629). Circa 1968.   6. FG-1D. Unit: Escuadrilla 2, Escuadron Caza Bombardeo, Fuerza Aerea Salvadorena. Serial: FAS-207 (BuNo.92460) Ilopango AB, 1969. The markings painted crudely over American. 7. Goodyear FG-1D. Unit: Escuadrilla 2, Escuadron Caza Bombardeo, Fuerza Aerea Salvadorena. Serial: FAS-219 FAS FG-1 was this example that has got an even heavier camouflage. The aircraft was most likely originally painted Gull-Gray overall: this colour was left only on the undersides, while the upper sides have got a heavy disruptive pattern in Light and Forrest Green. Note the yellow identification stripes were retained. The FAS-219 was shot down by Honduran AAA, on 17 July 1969.   8. Goodyear FG-1D. Unit: Escuadron de Caza, Fuerza Aerea Salvadorena. Serial: FAS-215 (BuNo.92629) Ilopango IAP, 1966.  

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Supermarine Attaker

Supermarine Attaker

€ 14,00

Cod. PS-72345 Disponibile

Standard post-war national markings in bright colours in six positions. All lettering in black, with serial repeated below wigs. Red nose flash with unit crest superimposed.   2. Supermarine Attacker F.1, WA484/107, No 800 Naval Air Squadron FAA, performed catapult trails aboard HMS Perseus with No 703 NAS in July 1951. Standard colour scheme and markings. Note early-style top camouflage demarcation.   3. Supermarine Attacker FB.1, WA529, RCAF’s Cenral Experimental & Proving Establishment, Namao, 1952. Standard colour scheme and markings. ‘Bear’ marking on nose. Used for cold weather trials, returned to UK on HMCS Magnificent in 1953.   4. Supermarine Attacker FB.2, WZ 283/ST-810, No 1831 Naval Air Squadron, RNVR, Stretton, 1956.   5. Supermarine Attacker FB.2, R4003, one of 36 de-navalised examples delivered to the Pakistsni Air Force between June 1951 and May 1953. High Speed Silver (Aluminium) overall wit roundels in six positions; serial in black.   6. Supermarine Attacker FB.2, R4001, Playbills Aerobatic Team, No 11 Squadron, Pakistani Air Force, 1952. High Speed Silver (Aluminium) overall with roundels in six positions; serial in black. Red flash on nose.   7. Supermarine Attacker FB.2, WZ300/161, No 718 Naval Air Squadron FAA. Standard colour scheme and markings. Unit badge on nose; note variation of other example illustrated above with ‘7-8’ in place of ‘V-R’.   8. Supermarine Attacker FB.2, WZ302/ST-163, No 718 Naval Air. Squadron FAA, May /June 1955. Standard colour scheme and markings. Unit badge on nose.

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MiG-23 Tehcnical stencils

MiG-23 Tehcnical stencils

€ 20,00

Cod. PS-48152 Disponibile

1/48 MiG-23 Tehcnical stencils

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MIG 23 Technical stencils

MIG 23 Technical stencils

€ 16,00

Cod. PS-72349 Disponibile

1/72 MIG 23 Technical stencils

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LOCKHEED F-117

LOCKHEED F-117

€ 16,00

Cod. PS-72223 Disponibile

1/72 Lockheed F-117 Nighthawk

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Bucker Bu.131 Jungmann

Bucker Bu.131 Jungmann

€ 16,00

Cod. PS-72350 Disponibile

1/72 Bucker Bu.131 Jungmann   1. Bu.131. Unit: FFS(A)43. Serial: CW+BG (50, W.Nr.483). Backer Bu.131. CW+BC. Werk Nummer 483. was flown by a pupil from FFS(A)43 at Crailsheim (Germany), who landed at Basle, Switzerland, on 14 June 1944, having mistaken the city for Strassburg. Finished in overall RLM 71 Dunkelgrun with RLM 65 undersides, the machine is a classic example of a late-war trainer. It is exceptionally fully marked by virtue of its unit emblem, school number (50) and white outlined Stammkenzeichen fuselage codes and fuselage crosses. The German pilot expressed a preference for internment and the aircraft was consequently flown back to Freiburg by a Swiss pilot.   2. Bu.131B. Unit: LKS7 (Luftkriegsschule-Airwarschool). Serial: CC+NZ (W.Nr.4262). Tulln (near Vienna), Austria 1944.   3. Hauptmann Hans Philippe. Krasnogvardeiskoe, March 1942.   4. Bu.131. Unit: 1/3 Koz Asz (Ace of Hearts). Serial: G-154 Overall Light Grey painting.   5. Bu.131. Unit: III.Kozelfelderito szdzad. Serial: I-333. This overall RLM 02 Grungrau machine served as a trainer, courier and Liaison machine with the Hungarian III.Kozelfelderito szdzad - III Tactical Reconnaissance squadron - whose falcon emblem can he seen on the fuselage. Sole the chevron-style national markings used only until 1st March 1942. The original picture on which this illustration is based does not show the code absolutely clearly, but notes that the serial number is I-333, as shown. This is of interest as it is outside the range of numbers officially allocated to the type. This could mean therefore that the serial is actually I-233. Photographic evidence exists, however, for other out-of- sequence numbers for the type in Hungarian service, possibly indicating that those machines were impressed civilian aircraft.   6. Bu.131. Serial: I-421. The national colours were also painted on the upper and lower surfaces of the elevator.   7. Bu.131. Unit: Comando Aeronautico dell'Albania. Serial: No.947. Tirana, Albania, Autumn 1941.   8. Bu.131. Unit: 1st Pilot School. Serial: 7 4th Air Base Borovo. Late 1943. It has blue outlined Swallow emblem of Pilot School, and School`s internal number '7'.   9. Bu.131. Unit: 1st air base Zagreb, 1943. Light Grey overall painting scheme. Note insignia of the Castle is badge of the 1st air base.   10. Bu.131. Unit: Schweizer Fliegertruppe (Swiss Air Force). Serial: A-4 The aircraft in wartime WWII colours with the flashy colors for German productions airplanes flew in borderland controls.   11. Bu.131. Serial: GD+EU (W.Nr.4497) Aircraft belonged to Luftdienst. On 29th April 1941 it was stolen in Caen by two former French Arme de l'Air pilots and flown to Somerford, England. In use with RAF as DR626.

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British Royal Navy Corsair

British Royal Navy Corsair

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Cod. PS-72359 Disponibile

1/72 British Royal Navy Corsair   1. Corsair F.Mk.I. Unit: 1855 NAS, FAA. Serial: 5F (JT150) October 1943.   2. Corsair F.Mk.I. Unit: 1835 NAS, FAA. Serial: 5P (JT172) Brunswick, Maine, late 1943. The colours are Ocean Grey and Dark Slate Grey, with Sky underside. The FAA was the first arm to operate the Corsair from carriers, well before the US Navy. The British pilots were trained in Maine and then sent back to the UK.   3. Corsair F.Mk.II. Unit: 738 NAS, FAA. Serial: 3BB (JT238) Circa 1943. Extra Dark Sea Grey and Dark State Grey upper surfaces, with Sky undersides.   4. Corsair F.Mk.II. Unit: 759 NAS, FAA. Serial: Y2F (JS636) During 1944-1945.   5. Corsair I JT139 (F4U-1 BuNo.18161) 8M flown by SubLt B. Laren, RN of 1837 Sq, Brunswick NAS, 23 August 1943.   6. Corsair II JT190 (F4U-1 BuNo.17612) 7M flown by LCDR Alfred J. Sewell, RN of 1837 Sq, Brunswick NAS, 3 October 1943.   7. Corsair F.Mk.I. Unit: 1835 NAS, FAA. Serial: 5K (JT168) September 1943. Extra Dark Sea Grey and Dark State Grey upper surfaces, with Sky undersides.   8. Corsair F.Mk.I. Unit: 1831 NAS, FAA. Serial: 112/A (BuNo.14875) HMS Vengeance. 1945.   9. Corsair F.Mk.II. Unit: 1830 NAS, FAA. Serial: 7X (JT441) HMS Illustrious, East Indies Fleet, 1944.   10. Corsair II JT 410 (F4U-1 BuNo.56283) T8-H flown by Sub Lt Donald J Sheppard, RCNVR of No. 1836 Sqn, HMS Victorious, January 1945.5 Kills.   11. Corsair II JT 427 (F4U-1 BuNo.50082) TR-H flown by Maj Ronald H Hay, RM of No.47 Wg, HMS Victorious, January 1945. 3 Kills.

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