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Soviet Air Force Aviatsionniy Polk - Yakovlev Yak-1Add to Wish List
The Yakovlev Yak-1 was an extremely reliable and well-respected aircraft, despite the Axis incursion leading to some quality and production issues as the Great Patriotic War drew on. With an entire Aviatsionniy Polk of Yak 1s at your disposal, you'll...
Blood Red Skies: Air Strike! Kursk KhaosAdd to Wish List
The top-scoring fighter ace of all time takes to the target-rich skies over Kursk. Sturmoviks are inbound, their target - a Luftwaffe airbase. The Stukas stationed there are vulnerable, with VVS pilots demonstrating greater skill and finesse than earlier in...
Blood Red Skies Russian Defence of the homeland forceAdd to Wish List
The Russian Defence of the homeland force contains: 1 x Soviet Ace Pilot Lydia Litvyak set 1 x Soviet Yak1 Squadron set 1 x Soviet Blood Red Skies Dice set Beneath is a breakdown of what comes in the ace...
Falcon Squadron: Scourge of the LuftwaffeAdd to Wish List
Featuring the rogue British pilot and ACE Johnny Red in his stolen Hurricane alongside the rough and ready Soviet 5th air brigade squadron known as the 'the Falcons'. Discharged from the RAF for striking a fellow officer Johnny Redburn joins...
69th Fighter Aviation Regiment (Polikarpov I-16)Add to Wish List
The diminutive I-16 Ishak (Donkey) was the first of a new breed of monoplane fighters, using a low-wing cantilevered design to achieve high speed and manoeuvrability. Early versions carried a pair of 7.62mm machine guns, but after seeing service in Spain and...
16th Guards Fighter Aviation Regiment (MiG 3)Add to Wish List
Developed from the MiG-1 airframe, the MiG-3 was a relatively unsuccessful fighter and interceptor, designed to defend the Motherland from marauding bombers and intruders. Unfortunately, it was pressed into service as a front-line fighter, skirmishing with Bf109s at low altitudes...
2nd Guards Fighter Aviation Regiment (Yakolev Yak 1-B)Add to Wish List
The Yakovlev Yak-1 entered service in 1940, a fast and well-armed fighter. With wooden wings and a composite structure, it was a very reliable and easy to maintain aircraft. Although its production suffered quality issues due to the Axis invasion,...
240 IAP (Fighter Aviation Regiment)Add to Wish List
The 240 IAP (Fighter Aviation Regiment) was one of the foremost Soviet fighter units. Initially equipped with obsolete I-16 fighters, they fought a one-sided battle against the Luftwaffe through the opening months of Operation Barbarossa, before being withdrawn to re-equip...
Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-3 squadronAdd to Wish List
Vital Statistics Crew: 1 Length: 8.25m Wingspan: 10.2m Max Speed: 640kph Range: 700km Armament: 1x 12.7mm Berezin UBS MG, 2x 7.62mm ShKAS MGs While the MiG-3 has the Sluggish trait, it is a serviceable frontline fighter with decent mobility conferred...
Soviet Tupolev ANT-40 (SB-2) Soviet BomberAdd to Wish List
Although an advanced design in the 1930's the Tupolev SB-2 was rapidly becoming obsolete when hostilities began in 1941. Over 6000 had been built, but a few survived the first year of invasion and the survivors were withdrawn from the...
Liszunov Li-2Add to Wish List
The American C-47 Skytrain (Dakota to RAF) was a militarised redesign of the civilian DC-3 airliner, highly valued for its rugged endurance. Under lend-lease agreements with the Soviet Union, the redesign DC-3 became the Li-2 Transport with the notable turret...
Soviet Air Force VVS Pre-War to 1941 “Great Patriotic War”Add to Wish List
Paint Set of 8 colours in 17ml; developed to paint the various colour combinations of the camouflage schemes of Soviet aircraft, starting with the years before WWII (the thirties) until the USSR entered into the "The Great Patriotic War” in...
Soviet Air Force VVS 1943 to 1945 “Great Patriotic War”Add to Wish List
Paint Set with 8 colours in 17ml; developed to paint the various camouflage schemes of the Soviet aircraft, from 1943 to the end of the “Great Patriotic War” in May 1945; with the Fall of Berlin and the end of...
Soviet Air Force VVS 1941 to 1943 “Great Patriotic War”Add to Wish List
Paint Set of 8 colours in 17ml; developed to paint the various camouflage schemes of Soviet aircraft, from the beginning of the “Great Patriotic War” in June 1941 until the year 1943; the turning point on the Eastern Front. Contents:...
Blood Red Skies Soviet Dice Tray + Soviet Dice PackAdd to Wish List
Pair up your stylish dice tray with the matching Blood Red Skies dice pack! This bundle contains 1 dice tray and respective dice pack! Each dice tray has an insignia respective to each of their nation's airforces, it also features:...
Soviet Hurricane Aces of World War 2Add to Wish List
Author: Yuriy Rybin Illustrator: Aleksander Rusinov Publication Date: 20 Aug 2012 Number of Pages: 96 Following the destruction wrought on the Red Army Air Forces during the first days of Operation Barbarossa in June 1941, the Soviet Union found itself...
F-86 Sabre vs MiG-15Add to Wish List
Author: Doug Dildy, Warren Thompson Illustrator: Jim Laurier, Wiek Luijken Number of Pages: 80 F-86 Sabre vs MiG-15 As the routed North Korean People's Army (NKPA) withdrew into the mountainous reaches of their country and the People's Republic of China...
Yakovlev Aces of World War 2Add to Wish List
Author: George Mellinger Illustrator: Jim Laurier Publication Date: 12 Apr 2005 Number of Pages: 96 The Yak-1 entered Soviet service in 1941, one of three modern types of aircraft accepted for production just prior to the German invasion of the...
Bf 109E/F vs Yak-1/7Add to Wish List
Author: Dmitriy Khazanov, Aleksander Medved Illustrator: Jim Laurier, Gareth Hector, Andrey Yurgenson Number of Pages: 80 The Iconic Messerschmitt fighter and its combat hardened pilots inflicted a fearful beating on the Yaks in the beginning of the war. Some of...
Soviet Ace Pilot: Mariya DolinaAdd to Wish List
Hero of the Soviet Union Mariya Ivanovna Dolina enlisted as a volunteer in the 269th Fighter Regiment in 1941 and flew 200 combat special missions in an antiquated U-2 training aircraft carrying orders, mail and medical supplies for the hard-pressed...
MiG-3 Ace: Alexandr PokryshkinAdd to Wish List
Pokryshkin was a three-time recipient of the Hero of the Soviet Union decoration during wartime - for his exceptional air combat record of 53 solo kills and 6 shared ones (though these tallies are disputed nowadays). He was airborne on...