Blood Red Skies: Air Strike! Kursk Khaos
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...
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Soviet Air Force Aviatsionniy Polk - Yakovlev Yak-1
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...
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MiG Alley!
MiG Alley!
"MiG Alley" was the name given by the United Nations (UN) pilots to the northwestern portion of North Korea, where the Yalu River empties into the Yellow Sea. The area's nickname was derived from the Soviet-built Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15 flown by...
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F-86 Sabre vs MiG-15
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...
Hawker Hurricane squadron
This set contains: 6 x Plastic Hawker Hurricanes Advantage Flying Bases Set of Double-sided Pilot Skills Discs Aircraft Card Doctrine Card Aircraft Trait Cards Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
British Spitfire 6 Plane Squadron
Possibly the most iconic fighter of the Second World War the Supermarine Spitfire along with the Hurricane was instrumental to the RAF winning the Battle of Britain in 1940. Keeping its popular shape and constantly improving its armament and engine,...
Blood Red Skies Red Army Air Force expansion pack
Blood Red Skies is constantly evolving with new aircraft, cards, rules and scenarios. This pack gives you a good selection of Soviet cards and profiles. This pack contains: 6 aircraft cards: [Yakovlev Yak-3 Single-engine fighter, Yakovlev Yak-7B Single-engine fighter, Lavochkin...
Falcon Squadron: Scourge of the Luftwaffe
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...
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Johnny Red's Falcon Squadron
Johnny Red was Battle's longest-running series over 13 years, written by Tom Tully and drawn initially by Joe Colquhoun, later by John Cooper and finally by Carlos Pino, (and more recently by Garth Ennis) about a British fighter pilot Johnny...
Johnny Red - Blood Red Skies Ace
Feature your rogue British pilot and ACE 'Johnny Red' in his Hurricane alongside the rough and ready Soviet 5th air brigade squadron known as the ‘the Falcons’ - in this special edition you'll even get Johnny in 28mm FREE! Set...
Soviet Yak1 6 Plane Squadron
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,...
Soviet Yak1 Ace - Lydia Litvyak
Lyda Litvyak joined the famed Soviet all-female 586th Fighter Regiment in 1942. She scored her first two kills three days after her arrival becoming the first woman fighter pilot to shoot down an enemy aircraft. After shooting down the German...
Blood Red Skies Russian Defence of the homeland force
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...
Soviet 296 IAP later 73 GviAP Yak 1 decal sheet
This waterslide decal sheet contains markings to decorate 6 planes in the markings of the Soviet 296 IAP and the Ace pilot Lydia Litvyak. The sheet also includes spare red stars with white outline for late war. The Soviet 296 IAP,(fighter aviation...
Lavochkin La-5 squadron
Able to fight German fighters on an equal footing the LA5 was developed and refined from the LaGG-3, it became one of the Soviet Air Force's most capable types of Fighter aircraft of WWII. Contains: 1x Squadron Box of 6x...
Lavochkin La-5 Ace: Ivan Kozhedub
Ivan Kozhedub fought in both WWII and later in Korea. His first combat mission was on 26 March 1943. His first victory came in July over the Kursk battlefields and his record would soon climb. With a natural gift for...
240 IAP (Fighter Aviation Regiment)
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...
Il-2 Sturmovik squadron
Initially a single seater, the Il-2 proved to be a deadly air-to-ground weapon. This variant was to see heavy losses due to its vulnerability to fighter attack. Consequently, by September 1942, a two-seat design with a rear gunner under a...
69th Fighter Aviation Regiment (Polikarpov I-16)
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...
2nd Guards Fighter Aviation Regiment (Yakolev Yak 1-B)
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,...
16th Guards Fighter Aviation Regiment (MiG 3)
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...
Polikarpov I-16 squadron
Vital Statistics Crew: 1 Length: 6.13m Wingspan: 9m Max Speed: 525kph Range: 700km Armament: 2x 7.62mm ShKAS MGs, 2x 20mm ShVAK cannons. In-game, you'll find these little wasps to be incredibly useful - field a swarm of low-cost, agile fighters...
Polikarpov I-16 Ace: Lev 'Sokol' Shestakov
Shestakov graduated from military college in 1936 and immediately applied for service in Spain, joining a Republican fighter squadron, where he claimed eight solo victories and 31 shared victories in 90 sorties in his I-16. At the start of Operation...
Yakolev Yak-1b squadron
Vital Statistics Crew: 1 Length: 8.5m Wingspan: 10m Max Speed: 592kph Range: 700km Armament: 1x 12.7mm Berezin UBS MG, 1x 20mm ShVAK cannon In Blood Red Skies, a squadron of Yak-1bs is more than a match for any equivalent German...
Yakolev Yak-1b Ace: Vladimir Pokrovsky
Pokrovsky began flying I-16s in the Northern Fleet's 72nd Mixed Aviation Squadron, flying over the Murmansk Front during the early period of the war. Like many pilots, he switched aircraft many times, from Hurricanes to Kittyhawks, Airacobras and Yak-1bs. Models...
Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-3 squadron
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...
MiG-3 Ace: Alexandr Pokryshkin
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...
Liszunov Li-2
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 Tupolev ANT-40 (SB-2) Soviet Bomber
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...
Soviet Air Force VVS 1941 to 1943 “Great Patriotic War”
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:...

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