Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) Colors Pre-War to 1945

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£19.99
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 to the attack on Pearl Harbor (December 1941) and the...

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 to the attack on Pearl Harbor (December 1941) and the subsequent entry into the WWII conflict until August 1945.

Contents:

  • IJN Dark Black Green (FS 34052): Upper surface colour applied in one coat only on Ash Grey/Médium Grey on the lower surface or natural metal. Used on Mitsubishi and other makes of aircraft.
  • IJN Black Green (FS 34077): Upper surface colour applied in one coat only on Ash Grey/Medium Grey on the lower surface or natural metal. Common on “Zeros” produced by Nakajima and all kinds of aircraft of other manufacturers.
  • IJN Deep Dark Green (FS 34058): Upper surface colour applied in one coat only on Medium Grey on the lower surface or natural metal. Planes manufactured by Kawanishi, Aichi, etc.
  • IJN Medium Brown (FS 30122): Upper surface colour combined with Dark Black Green/Black Green on Ash Grey/Medium Grey on the lower surface, on bombers and hydro-planes in Chinese and Pacific theatres of operations until the middle of the war.
  • IJN Ash Grey (FS 36350): Color used until 1942/43 for most embarked aircraft on all surfaces or combined with Dark Black Green/Black Green for the upper part.
  • IJN Medium Grey (FS 36375): Color for lower part or all surfaces, combined with any of the green shades of the upper part. Fabric control surfaces.
  • Aluminium (FS 37178): On IJN aircraft, the partial or total absence of camouflage in prewar years and at the end of the war is habitual.
  • “Aotake” Translucent Blue: Translucent lacquer, a protector applied on the interior parts of metallic structures (fuselage, cockpit, etc.).

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