Imperial Japanese Army (IJA) Colors Pre-War to 1945
Paint set of 8 colours in 17ml; developed to paint the aircraft of the aviation division of the Japanese Imperial Army (IJA) deployed in the war with China during the years before the attack on Pearl Harbor (December 1941) and...
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Soviet Air Force VVS Pre-War to 1941 “Great Patriotic War”
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...
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Soviet Air Force VVS 1943 to 1945 “Great Patriotic War”
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...
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FAA (Fleet Air Arm) Colors 1939-1945
Paint set of 8 Model Air colours in 17 ml. for painting aircraft of the Fleet Air Arm (FAA) of the British fleet, for land-based aircraft as well as for aircraft, British or American, embarked on carriers from 1939 until...
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Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) Colors Pre-War to 1945
Paint Set of 8 colours in 17ml; developed to paint the aircraft of the aviation division of the Japanese Imperial Navy (IJN) - both land-based aircraft as well as carrier-based, used in the war with China during the years prior...
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RAF Colors Day Fighters 1941-1945 & P.R.U.
Paint set of 8 Model Air colours in 17 ml. for painting the RAF Day Fighter aircraft from August 1941 until the end of the War, as well as the HF Interceptors (High Fighters). The set also includes colours for...
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RAF Colors Desert Scheme & MTO 1940-1945
Paint set of 8 colours in 17ml. developed for painting of all types of RAF aircraft with the color patterns “Tropical Land Scheme”, “Desert Scheme”, “Special Coastal Scheme”, etc. from June 1940 until the end of the War, in North...
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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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RAF Colors Special “Battle of Britain”
Paint set of 8 colours in 17 ml. for painting the RAF fighter aircraft which participated in the most famous air battle of all time, “The Battle of Britain”, from the beginning in July 1940 to the final phase or...
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RAF Colors Coastal Command 1939-1945
Paint Set of 8 colours in 17 ml. for painting the aircraft of the RAF Coastal Command, for land-based aircraft as well as for seaplanes, from 1939 until the end of the war. Contents: Dark Earth (BS 450): Colour for...
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RAF Colors SEAC (Air Command South East Asia) 1942-1945
Paint set of 8 Model Air colours in 17 ml. for painting all models of aircraft of the RAF in the SEAC (Air Command South East Asia) based in the British colonies in the Far East. Contents: Dark Earth (BS...
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Blood Red Skies: The Ops Room Card Deck
The Ops Room card deck is an expansion for the WW2 air combat game Blood Red Skies. It comprises 29 Theatre and 31 Doctrine Cards; that is every Theatre and Doctrine card published to date plus twelve entirely new ones...
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Blood Red Skies: Japanese Ace Pilot Yozo Tsuboi
Tsuboi was a graduate of the Naval Reserve Aviation Group’s 9th Class in January 1943. He began his combat flying career with the 934th Kokutai flying A6M2-N floatplane fighters in the Dutch East Indies. Tsuboi also saw limited action flying...
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Blood Red Skies: Japanese Ace Pilot Kaneyoshi Muto
Kaneyoshi Muto scored his first aerial victory in China in December 1937 and became an Ace by the end of the following year. At the opening of the Second World War Muto fought across the Philippines, the Solomon Islands, the...
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Blood Red Skies: Japanese Ace Pilot Saburo Sakai
Saburo Sakai was the Imperial Japanese Navy’s fourth highest ranking Ace. When war began he flew against the US forces in the Philippines, bringing down a P-40 on his first day of combat, and shooting down the first B-17 to...
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Blood Red Skies: Japanese Ace Pilot Kaname Harada
Harada-san was an A6M2 Zero pilot serving on the Carrier Soryu, taking part in the Pearl Harbor, Indian Ocean, Darwin, and Midway operations. He understood how to use the mixed armament of his Zero to herd opponents into a kill...
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Blood Red Skies: US Ace Pilot Pappy Boyington
Gregory Boyington first flew in combat as part of the American Volunteer Group, the ‘Flying Tigers’, in China before America’s entry into WW2. In 1943 Boyington rejoined the US Marine Corps and began flying combat missions, taking command of Marine...
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Blood Red Skies: US Ace Pilot Philip Kirkwood
Jersey-born Philip Leroy Kirkwood won fame when he became an ‘Ace in a day’ during furious aerial combat around Okinawa in April 1945. As an aerial armada of Kamikaze aircraft attempted to overwhelm the US fleet Kirkwood personally accounted for...
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Blood Red Skies: US Ace Pilot Joseph J. Foss
Joe Foss became the first American 'Aces of Aces' in World War 2 during three months of frenzied air combat during the Battle of Guadalcanal, leading a flight of eight Marine Corps Grumman F4F Wildcats known as 'Foss's Flying Circus'....
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Blood Red Skies: US Ace Pilot Marion E Carl
Marion Eugene Carl was a member of the first US Marine Corps fighting squadron, VMF-1, in 1939. He later became an instructor before joining VMF-221. In 1942 VMF-221, flying Wildcats and Buffaloes, participated in the Battle of Midway and suffered...
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Blood Red Skies US Ace Pilot William F. Fiedler Jr
William F Fiedler has the distinction of being the only American flyer to achieve Ace status exclusively while flying the P39 Airacobra. Fiedler enlisted in the Army on 31st December 1941 and became an Aviation Cadet. On completing his training...
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Blood Red Skies US Ace Pilot Richard Bong
Richard Ira Bong was the United States’ top scoring and most highly decorated Ace of the Second World War. He joined the Army Air Corps Aviation Cadet Program in May 1941 and a year later was training on the new...
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Blood Red Skies Japanese Ace Pilot: Isamu Kashiide
Kashiide was an experienced combat pilot at the outbreak of the Second World War having fought Soviet pilots at the Battle of Khalkhin Gol in 1939. He went on to win fame as one of the few pilots able to...
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Blood Red Skies US Ace Pilot: Lawrence Steffenhagen
Lawrence F. Steffenhagen was born in Minnesota in 1912 and graduated from the University of Colorado in 1936. Steffenhagen shipped out with the USS Lexington as a member of the United States Naval Reserve and flew a TBD-1 Devastator as...
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Blood Red Skies US Ace Pilot: Dick Best
Richard Halsey ‘Dick’ Best graduated with honours from the United States Naval Academy in 1932 and transferred to naval aviation in 1934. He joined the USS Lexington in 1936, later taking an instructor role before moving to dive bombers. He...
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Blood Red Skies US Ace Pilot: David McCampbell
David McCampbell was the United States Navy's highest scoring pilot, and the all-time F6F Hellcat Ace with 34 aerial victories. McCampbell joined the US Navy before the war and served as a landing signal officer. He survived the sinking of...
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Blood Red Skies Japanese Ace Pilot: Takashige Egusa
Egusa was born in Hiroshima and graduated from the Etajima Naval Academy as a dive bombing specialist in 1930. He fought in China and was later stationed on the carrier Soryu where he became commander of an Aichi D3A (Val)...
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Blood Red Skies Japanese Ace Pilot: Joichi Tomonaga
Tomonaga was born in Nagan prefecture in 1911 and fought in the Second Sino-Japanese War in 1937. He was assigned to the carrier Hiryu at the outbreak of WW2 and led a squadron of B5N torpedo bombers during the attack...
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Blood Red Skies Japanese Ace Pilot: Satoru Anabuki
Satoru Anabuki was born in Kagawa Prefecture and graduated from the Tokyo Army Aviation School in April 1941. He served with the 50th Sentai (squadron) in the conquest of the Philippines, claiming his first three victories. In 1942 Satoru’s squadron...
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US Ace Pilot - Royce Williams
On 18 November 1952, piloting a Grumman Panther, Lt Royce Williams of VF-781 destroyed four MiGs in a single encounter that lasted no more than 35 minutes. During a series of air strikes against the North Korean port of Hoeryong,...
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