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 June 1941.
“Zashchitnyi” Khaki: Upper surfaces of aeroplanes with a metallic finish or combined construction of wood and fabric.
AII Zashchitnyi Camouflage Green: Nitrocellulose lacquer for upper surfaces of aircraft with a combined structure of wood and fabric, and eventually metal. Specifications issued in 1937 and used between 1938-1941.
A-19f Grass Green: Alkyd treated enamel for upper surfaces of aircraft with a metal structure or metal parts in a combined structure of wood and metal. Specifications issued in June 1940.
Grey-Blue: Lower surface colour for aeroplanes t with a metallic finish or a combined wood and fabric structure during the 1927-37 decade.
AII Sv.gol. (Svetlo goluboi) Light Blue: Nitrocellulose lacquer for the lower surfaces of aircraft with structures of combined wood and fabric, and eventually metal. Widely used in 1940 -1942 and gradually replaced by AMT-7.
A-18f Light Blue: Alkyd treated enamel for lower surfaces of aeroplanes with metallic structures or metallic parts in a mixed metal and wood structure. Specifications issued in June 1940.
AII Aluminiovyi: Nitrocellulose lacquer for overall finish or lower surface on some models in 1938, as well as fabric surfaces of mixed structure aircraft. Specifications issued in 1938-1940.
AEh-9 Light Grey: Alkyd treated enamel for the general surface of aircraft with metal structures and metallic parts in mixed structures. Beginning 1941 used for interior structures. Specifications issued in 1937-1940.