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...
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they fought a one-sided battle against the Luftwaffe through the opening months of Operation Barbarossa, before being withdrawn to re-equip...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...
Soviet Blood Red Skies Dice
Dice pack contains 10 D6 (6 sided) dice with a symbol belonging to their military force, in exchange for the number 6. The traditional dots are replaced by much more thematic tally marks.
Blood Red Skies USAAF expansion pack
Blood Red Skies is constantly evolving with new aircraft, cards, rules and scenarios. This pack gives you a good selection of US Airforce cards and profiles. This pack contains: 6 aircraft cards: [A36A 'Apache' single-engine fighter, P-38J 'Lightning' twin-engine fighter,...
Blood Red Skies Imperial Japanese expansion pack
Blood Red Skies is constantly evolving with new aircraft, cards, rules and scenarios. This pack gives you a good selection of Imperial Japanese cards and profiles. Contains: 6 aircraft cards: [A6M2 Zero single-engine fighter, Ki43 Hayabusa single-engine fighter, Ki61 Hien...
Mitsubishi J2M 'Raiden' squadron
After a year correcting serious engine problems, the Mitsubishi J2M Raiden (“Thunderbolt”) known by the Allied forces as “Jack”, finally arrived in front line squadrons February 1944. Primarily designed to defend against the Boeing B-29 Superfortress, and still handicapped by...
Mitsubishi J2M 'Raiden' Ace: Yozo Tsuboi
Yozo Tsuboi, was Japans only Raiden Ace claiming 5.5 victories in this aircraft whilst serving with the 302nd Kokutai (302nd Naval Air Group). He lost his last battle when taking on a formidably armed F-13A reconnaissance aircraft, (a redesignated version...
302nd Kokutai - 'Thunderbolt' over Japan
Making its combat debut in June 1944 the Mitsubishi J2M Raiden, with IJNAF ACE Yozo Tsuboi, is on its way for Blood Red Skies! Mitsubishi J2M 'Raiden' After a year correcting serious engine problems, the Mitsubishi J2M Raiden ("Thunderbolt") known...
Kawanishi N1K-1 'Shiden' Squadron
The Kawanishi N1K-2 ‘Shiden Kai’ (“Violet Lightning”) was an Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force (IJNAF) land-based fighter. Known by the Allied forces as “George”, the N1K-2 was considered to be one of the finest land-based fighters flown by the Japanese....
343rd Kokutai - 'Violet Lightning' in the Pacific
The Kawanishi N1K-2 'Shiden Kai', one of the finest land-based fighters flown by the Japanese, is about to enter Blood Red Skies with IJNAF ACE Kaneyoshi Muto!   Kawanishi N1K-2 'Shiden Kai' The Kawanishi N1K-2 'Shiden Kai' ("Violet Lightning") was...
Downed RAF Pilot
Originally only available with pre-orders of our plastic German Infantry, our Downed RAF Pilot, Squadron Leader 'Topper' Redfern, is now available separately The Squadron Leader is sculpted having just bailed out of his Spitfire after taking a hit from a...

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