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 and squadron box sets.
Soviet Yak1 Squadron set
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, the Yak-1 always remained popular with front line pilots.
The Soviet Yak1 Squadron set contains:
6 Yakovlev Yak-1 Fighters
6 Advantage flying bases
1 Aircraft card
6 Aircraft Trait Cards
6 Double-sided Pilot Skill Discs
1 Aircraft Markings Sticker Sheet
3 Action cards
Soviet Ace Pilot Lydia Litvyak set
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 ace, Erwin Meier, he demanded to meet her to prove he had been bested by a woman. She scored a total of 14 kills.