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Vickers Wellington Part-1
Cod. PS-72335 Disponibile
1/72 Vickers Wellington Part-1 1. Wellington B Mk IA.Unit/Location: 9 Sqn, Honington/Great Britain, 18.12.1939. Code: Grey WS-B / Black N2873. Duty: Bomber. Pilot: Frank Pett. 2. Wellington B Mk IC.Unit/Location: 75. Sqn, Feltwell/Great Britain, January 1941. Code: Grey AA-Y / Black R1162. Duty: Night bomber. Pilots: Charlie Pownall and Oliver Matheson. 3. Wellington B Mk IC. Unit/Location: 99. Sqn, Newmarket/Great Britain, 04./05.12.1940. Code: Grey LN-F / Grey T2501. Duty: Night bomber. Pilot: F H Vivian. 4. Wellington GR Mk VIII. Unit/Location: 221. Sqn, Luqa/Malta, Summer/Autumn 1943. Code: Red X / Red HX604. Duty: Submarine hunter and anti-shipping duties. 5. Wellington B Mk IC. Unit/Location: 218. Sqn., Marham/Great Britain, Summer 1941. Code: Grey HA-L / Red R1448. Duty: Night bomber.
Sopwith Camel Part-2
Cod. PS-72342 Disponibile
1/72 Sopwith Camel Part-2 1. F.1 Camel. Unit: 11 Escadrille. Pilot - Adj. Leon Cremers. Circa 1918. 2. F.1 Camel. Unit: 9 Escadrille. Serial: Sc7. This Camel was used by the Belgian ace Jan Olieslagers, 9th fighter escadrille, Belgian air service, at the end of the first world war. 3. 2F.1 Camel Serial: N6616. Delivered in 1919, the aircraft was obtained from HMS Vindictive and served alongside other British aircraft like the Avro 504K and DH.9. 4. Sopwith 2F.1 Camel Serial: 9 (ex N8187). Latvian Air Regiment, circa 1919-20. Serial No.9 in White. The old British serial N8187 is in Black on White. 5. Sopwith F.1 Camel. Unit: 7.Eskadra Mysliwska "Tadeusz Kosciuszko". Serial: F5234. This a/c operated in Lwow from October 1920. The aircraft was destroyed during a forced landing on 1st August 1921 piloted by Maj.Ludomil Rajski. This Sopwith F.1 Camel was one of 20 ex-RAF Camels supplied to Poland and served with Eskadra 'Tadeusz Kosciuszko' from Lwow against the Red Russians in 1920. 6. F.1 Camel. Unit: 34th RAO. Serial: unknown. Pilot - P.Karpukhin. Summer 1920.
Sopwith Camel Part-1
Cod. PS-72340 Disponibile
1/72 Sopwith Camel Part-1 1. 2F.1 Ship's Camel. Unit: RNAS. Serial: N6602. HMS Furious, April 1918. 2. F.1 Camel. Unit: 28 Sqn, RFC. Serial: G (B6344). Pilots: Capt. James Hart Mitchell (from October 1917 to May 1918 he flew this aircraft and claimed 6 confirmed victories, five in Italy), Lt. N.C.Jones (in January 1918), Lt. P.G.Mulholland and Capt. O.M.Sutton. 3. F.1 Camel Unit: Syren Force, RAF Serial: F4055. 4. F.1 Camel. Unit: 45 Sqn, RFC. Serial: S (B2494). Circa 1917. 5. F.1 Camel. Unit: 9 Sqn, RNAS. Serial: B6327. Circa 1917. 6. F.1 Camel. Unit: 112 Sqn, RAF. Throwley, Kent, August 1918. 7. F.1 Camel. Unit: 28 Sqn, RFC. Serial: X (B2455) Pilot - Lt. E.G.Forder (Canadian). On 11th May 1918 CO of Flik 60J . Oberleutnant Linke-Crawford forced him to landed at Feltre airfield. 8. F.1 Camel. Unit: 43 Sqn, RFC. Serial: B (B5192) Circa 1917.
Polikarpov I-153 "Chaika"
Cod. PS-72338 Disponibile
1/72 Polikarpov I-153 "Chaika" 1. I-153. Unit: 1st AE, 71st IAP, 61st AB, VVS KBF. Serial: 50. Pilot - Deputy commander of 1st Sqn Maj.Lt.Alexsandr Gerasimovich Baturin, Bychye Pole, Soviet Union, Summer 1942. 2. I-153. Unit: 8th IAP, Black Sea Fleet, Soviet Naval Aviation. Serial: 6. Sevastopol front. 3. I-153. Unit: 3rd AE, 32nd IAP, VVS of the Black Sea Fleet. Serial: 3/3. Sevastopol', June 1941. 4. I-153. Unit: 123rd IAP, 10th SAD. Serial: 2. This aircraft was captured by German troops at Bobruisk airfield in July 1941. 5. I-153. Unit: 70th IAP. Serial: 26. Pilot - assistant of AE CO Victor Gusarov. Nomonhan Conflict, October-November 1939. 6. I-153. Unit: 71st IAP, VVS KBF. Serial: 24. Pilot - Captain Soloviev Konstantin Vladimirovich. Spring 1942. 7. I-153. Unit: 71st IAP, VVS of Baltic Fleet. Serial: 102. Pilot - Capt.Solovjovin. Finnish front, 1942. 8. I-153. Serial: 16. I-153 assigned to a fighter regiment based at Minsk, Byelorussia on 22 June 1941. It was destroyed with the others Soviet planes on the ground. Uppersurfaces are green mottle over aluminum, while the undersurfaces are in blue. 9. I-153. Serial: 12. This aircraft took part into action at Finnish front in June 1941. After forced landing it was captured by Finns and repaired. It was used by FAF as VH-19 (IT-19) till February 1945. 10. I-153. Unit: JVS 3. Serial: 101. Vienna-Schwechat, 1942. The plane was used as an advanced fighter trainer. 11. I-153. Unit: Stab./Luftlandegeschwader 1. Serial: H4+MB 12. I-153. Unit: 3 /LeLv 6. Serial: 8. This plane was flown by 2nd Lt Olavi 'Olli' Puro, 3./LeLv6 in November 1942. Puro claimed two victories while flying this aircraft: I-153 on 4 October and Pe-2 on 12 November 1942. 13. I-153. Unit: 3/LeLv 6Serial: 6. Pilot - Kapteeni Per-Erik Ahonius, CO of 3/LeLv 6. Rompotti, USSR (now Russia), July 1942. 14. I-153. VH-12 was captured and flown by the FAF. The aircraft was lost when it crashed, due to an engine fire, near Someri Island on 9 July 1942. 15. I-153. Unit: 3/LeLv 6. Serial: 5. 21 I-153s were operated by Finland, these were either captured from the Soviets or bought from Germany. White 5 is seen here as it appeared on 30 October 1942 with olive drab and black/green uppersurfaces over RLM65 bottom. 16. I-153. Unit: 27 Sqn. Serial: 2706. China, early 1940.
P-39 Aircobra Aces Part-2
Cod. PS-48143 Disponibile
1/48 P-39 Aircobra Aces Part-2 1. P-39 Kl ( serial 42-4403) “21", of 45 IAP, Kuban, spring 1943. Personal aircraft of Lt. Dimitr Glinka (30 victories). 2. P-39 N-1 42-9434 White 45 of Capt Aleksandr Fyodorovich Klubov 16 GIAP, Poland, October 1944. 3. P-39 N Silver 24 (serial and pilot unknown), 191 IAP, Leningrad Front, Summer 1944. 4. P-39 D-2 41-38428 White 37 of Capt Vadim Ivanovich Fadeev, 16 GIAP, April 1943.
P-39 Aircobra Aces Part-1
Cod. PS-48172 Disponibile
1/48 P-39 Aircobra Aces Part-1 1. P-39 N of 9 GIAP, August 1943. Personal aircraft of Kpt. Sultan Achmet - Chan. 2. P-39 N of 16 GIAP, Germany, April 1945. Personal aircraft of Lt. Konstantin Suchow. 3. Airacobra l AH 636 White 33 of Capt Ivan Dmitrievich Gaidaenko, 19 GIAP, Autumn 1942. 4. P-39 Q “ White 10" of Capt Pavel Stepanovich Kutakhov, 19 GIAP, Shongui, late 1943. 5. P-400 “77" of 6 IAE VMF SF, winter 1942/43. Personal aircraft of Yuri Penakov.Aircraft in temporary white camouflage with Medium Grey undersurfaces.
P-39 Aircobra Aces of the World War II
Cod. PS-72333 Disponibile
1/72 P-39 Aircobra Aces of the World War II 1. P-39 N of 9 GIAP, August 1943. Personal aircraft of Kpt. Sultan Achmet - Chan. 2. P-39 N of 16 GIAP, Germany, April 1945. Personal aircraft of Lt. Konstantin Suchow. 3. P-39 Kl ( serial 42-4403) “21", of 45 IAP, Kuban, spring 1943. Personal aircraft of Lt. Dimitr Glinka (30 victories). 4. Airacobra l AH 636 White 33 of Capt Ivan Dmitrievich Gaidaenko, 19 GIAP, Autumn 1942. 5. P-39 D-2 41-38428 White 37 of Capt Vadim Ivanovich Fadeev, 16 GIAP, April 1943. 6. P-400 “77" of 6 IAE VMF SF, winter 1942/43. Personal aircraft of Yuri Penakov. Aircraft in temporary white camouflage with Medium Grey undersurfaces. 7. P-400 “60" of 2 GSAP winter 1942/43. Aircraft silver overall. 8. P-39 N-1 42-9434 White 45 of Capt Aleksandr Fyodorovich Klubov 16 GIAP, Poland, October 1944. 9. P-39 N Silver 24 (serial and pilot unknown), 191 IAP, Leningrad Front, Summer 1944. 10. P-39 Q-25 44-32286 White 77 of Sr Lt Nikolai Vasil’evich Stroikov, 213 GIAP, Poland, September 1944. 11. P-39 Q “ White 10" of Capt Pavel Stepanovich Kutakhov, 19 GIAP, Shongui, late 1943.
Martin Marauder B-26F/G
Cod. PS-72321 Disponibile
1/72 Martin Marauder B-26F/G 1. B-26, F-1-MA. Unit/Location: 586th BS/394th BG, Holmsley South/Great Britain, August 1944. Code: Black 42-96255 / H9-P "Miss Manookie" Comments: The artwork on this plane was done by the prolific artist Frank Spangler and it completed some 60 missions. 2. B-26, F-1-MA. Unit/Location: 553rd BS/386th BG, Great Dunmow/Great Britain, August 1944. Code: Black 43-96316 / AN-K. . Comments: This plane did not feature any nose art. 3. B-26, G-1-MA. Unit/Location: 585th BS/394th BG, Cambrai-Niergnies/France, 1944/45. Code: Yellow 43-34213 / 4T-C "The Old Goat". Comments: The nose art of the 394th BG always appeared on both sides of the fuselage. 4. B-26, G-5-MA. Unit/Location: 494nd BS/344th BG, Cormeilles-en-Vexin/France, March 1945. Code: Black 43-34384 / K9-B "Little Eve" . Comments: "Eve" was shown on both sides of the fuselage. The triangle on the fin was worn with and without white fillings at a time and is both included on the sheet as modelers choice. 5. B-26, G-15-MO. Unit/Location: 442nd BS/320th BG, Longvic/France, January 1945. Code: Black 43-34284 / Yellow 32 "Green Eyed Glodine". Pilot: Lt. Robert A. Perrine. Comments: This plane was named after the pilots wife Glodine. 6. B-26, G-25-MA. Unit/Location: 586th BS/394th BG, Boreham/Great Britain, Autumn 1944. Code: Black 44-464129 / H9-J "Li'l Ass" . Pilot: Lt. A.R.Danner. Comments: The nose art of the 394th BG always appeared on both sides of the fuselage.
Cod. PS-72343 Disponibile
1/72 A6M2-N "Zero" Part-1 1. A6M2. Unit: ATAIU. Serial: ATAIU-SEA (ex BI-12). ATAIU - Allied Technical Air Intelligence Unit. 2. A6M2-N Type 2. Unit: 934th kokutai. Serial: 934-06. Pilot - Chief P/O Matsunagi Etioku - the best Japanese hydro-ace (8 victories). Ambon Island, September 1943. 3. A6M2-N Type 2. Unit: 802nd kokutai. Serial: NI-118. Pilot - 1st Lt.Keizo Yamatsaki. Solomon's Islands, February 1943. 4. A6M2-N Type 2. Unit: 5th kokutai, 5th kantai, Kashima Naval Air Group. Serial: KoShi-103. Kashima AB/Ibagari, 1944. 5. A6M2-N Type 2. Unit: unknown. Serial: Yo-180. Aleutian Islands, 1943-1944. 6. A6M2-N Type 2. Unit: 5th kokutai. Serial: R-106. Kiska, Aleutian Islands, September 1942. 7. A6M2-N Type 2. Unit: 802nd kokutai. Serial: NI-112. Solomon's Islands, 1943. 8. Nakajima A6M2-N Ku-101 of Takuma Ku, Japan in August 1943. This heavily weathered Rufe reveals the original amber- grey factory scheme and in red-oxide primer beneath its very dark green camouflage. 9. Nakajima A6M2-N Sa-104 of the Sasebo Ku previous subject as it was in factory fresh condition when photographed. Unusually for Rufe the prop is dark brown with yellow tip stripes and the spinner is painted dark green. This aircraft carries underwing bomb ravks. 10. Nakajima A6M2-N Serial: R-106 of the 5th Ku at Kiska lsland in the Aleutians, August 1942. This aircraft is in the factory scheme with “ ghosting” around the fuselage. 11. A6M2-N Type 2. Unit: 81st kokutai. Aleutian, 1943.
Cod. PS-72328 Disponibile
1/72 Bristol Beaufort Part 2 1. Bristol Beaufort Mk ll T9540,the first Beaufort assembled in Australia, Fisherman’s Bend, 1941. Type A scheme of Dark Green end Dark Earth over Aluminium lower surfaces. 2. Bristol Beaufort Mk V A9-66:66 of No. 1 OTU, RAAF, 1943. Type A scheme of Foliage Green and Earth Brown over Sky Blue lower surfaces. Note early RAF roundel and yellow codes. 3. Bristol Beaufort Mk V A9-27:B of No. 6 OTU, Jervis Bay, New South Wales April 1943. Type A scheme of Foliage Green and Earth Brown over Sky Blue lower surfaces. RAAF roundels in Dark Blue and white. 4. Bristol Beaufort Mk.Vlll A9-500:W-DD of No. 15 Squadron RAAF, Middleburd Island, New Guinea, 30 September 1945. Overall Foliage Green finish with codes in white. Serial numbers in Medium Grey. Wing shackles carry two 250lb bombs. 5. Bristol Beaufort Mk. Vl A9-75:G of 6 OTU, Nowra, New South Wales, Australia, November 1943. Type A finish of Foliage Green and Earth Brown over Sky Blue lower surfaces. Codes in white. Serial numbers in Medium Grey. 6. Bristol Beaufort Mk. Vlll A9-632: T-DD of No. 15 Squadron RAAF, Middleburg Island, New Guinea, September 1945. Overall Foliage Green finish with codes in white. Serial numbers in Medium Grey. Note ASV under wing and fuselage. 7. Bristol Beaufort Mk. Vlll A9-432:T-JM of No. 100 Squadron RAAF, Tadji, New Guinea, November 1945. Type A finish of Foliage Green and Earth Brown over Sky Blue with roughly applied black overpainting for night operations. Codes in white and serial numbers in Medium Grey. Wing shackles carry supply containers or ‘Storpedos’ 8. Bristol Beaufort Mk lX Transport A9-712:R of No. 10 Local Air Supply Unit, Torokina, Bougainville, August 1945, engaged in efforts to convince isolated pockets of Japanese to surrender. Overall faded Foliage Green finish with crude white panels under the wings bearing the surrender message.