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Dassault Mirage IIIE/EA/O/R/RD. Markings (decal desiged by Syhart Decal/France and printed by Cartograph): Mirage IIIE 4-BL « La Fayette » (Aluminium) French - Mirage IIIR 33-TD « Cocotte » (Speed world record) (Camo High viz) French - Mirage IIIRD 33-TL « Cocotte » (Small markings) French - Mirage IIIO 3-7 “2 OCU” RAAF (Grey scheme) Australia - Mirage IIIEE 11-06 “ALA11” (older Camouflage) Spain Options: 1. AIM-9B, Matra 550 missile, RP30 – 1700L tank, MATRA JL-100 (rocket launching tank), LAU-32 (rocket launcher pod), RP19R (500L non-jettisonable supersonic tank), MATRA RPK10 (bomb launching tank) with MK82 bomb 2. Parts option for a. MIRAGE IIIE, IIIEA b. MIRAGE IIIO c. MIRAGE IIIR d. MIRAGE IIIRD 3. MK4 seat optional ejector handler 4. Position able flaps 5. Open / close main wing airbrake 6. HUD with clear parts
Ilyushin IL-62M 100 % new tooling "Ultimate Kit" Series with following features: 1) Flaps in 2 positions: flight or landing 2) Landing gear: 3 positions - under load (parking) - without load (take off) - retracted (flight) 3) Cabin door open or closed 4) Some cabin interior 5) Decals for 2 planes: - Aeroflot - Soviet Government
Avia C-2 The post-war service of the Arados, known as the Avia C.2 in Czechoslovakia, is charted in the first of them. It offers two frames of plastic parts, crystal clear injected canopy and landing lights lenses, detailed resin parts and a set of photo-etched parts. There are three machines offered on the decal sheet, all of them in the natural metal finish, two of them with yellow stripes. One machine is original German Arado Ar-96B, the two others were made after the war.
Arado Ar-96B-1 The unarmed Arado Ar-96B-1 served in the Luftwaffe for advanced pilot training. Parts of this model are identical with the previous model, there is difference only in the box and the decals, of course. The decal sheet offers three different machines from various flying schools. All of them bear markings of the Luftwaffe, the school units´ badges and are interesting also for some repairs of their camouflage. Two machines wear three-colour camouflage scheme, while the last machine is only in RLM 02 and is also having its u/c covers removed.
Arado Ar-96B-3 The Arado Ar-96B-3, which was armed version of this plane, served for gunnery training with operational training units. The identical parts of this model are accompanied by the decal sheet with markings for three machines in RLM 02 grey. The first of them is VH+OZ / yellow 3, WNr.4326, which served with night training unit I./NJS 1 in Schleissheim, Germany. The other two machines flew in occupied France, Arado Ar-96B-3, black 4, belonged to 1./JG 107. This machine is interesting for some of its fuselage panels behind the engine being replaced and the wing root panels painted with fresh and darker colour. The 3/JG101 unit was based in Tarbes – Lourdes in southern France and used Arado Ar-96B-3, DQ+YD with markings of its previous user, the JFS 2 Flying School.
Short Stirling 1. Short Stirling Mk.lV lK171:WES ‘Shooting Stars’ of No. 295 Squadron, Rivenhall, The personal aircraft Gp Capt W.E. Surplice. Crashed, Skarfjell, Norway, 2 November 1944. 2. Short Stirling Mk. lV LK 129:8Z-B ‘Glorious Beer’ , of No. 295 Squadron, Rivenhall 1944-45. 3. Short Stirling Mk. lll LJ525:EX-R ‘Jolly Roger’ of No. 199 Squadron, North Creake, 1945. 4. Stirling B. Mk. lll LII, VVS USSR ex Lk615. The only British bomber officially delivered to the USSR. 5. Stirling B. Mk. lll, 149 Sqn., RAF, OJ-K (Ef411), Mildenhol, United Kingdom, April 1942. 6. Stirling B. Mk.IV, 299 Sqn. RAF, 5G (Ef267) Keevil, UK, 5-6 th June 1944.
Bell AH-1S Cobra. Israel obtained and subsequently tested the AH-1G Cobra attack helicopters. Due to the need of helicopters capable of destroying armoured vehicles or the enemy’s fortified strongholds, Israel in cooperation with US counterpart converted these helicopters to the AH-1S version. AH-1S version was equipped with TOW missiles. Israeli helicopters still retained several features typical for the older AH-1G version helicopters. The sprues of this kit, six frames in grey styrene contain highly detailed plastic parts with finely engraved panel lines, clear parts frame with canopy that is divided into five parts (which means you can built Cobra either with canopy closed or open), landing lights and highly detailed resin parts for the IDF version. Decals included offer markings for 4 brown (one of them with two slightly different markings) machines with two of them sporting Yellow ID “V” letters.
Morane-Saulnier MS.406 1. Morane-Saulnier MS.406C-1 2/No. 132, flown by Commandant Maurice Arnoux, 6 Escadrille, GC lll/7, Vitry le Francois, May 1940. 2. Morane- Saulnier MS.406C-1 6/No. 163/ Matricule Militaire N-483 flown by Adjutant Pierre Le Gloan, 5 Escadrille, GC lll/6, Chartres,May 1939. 3. Morane-Saulnier MS.406C-1 C/No.622/Matricule Militaire L-651, Polish “Eskadra Mysliwska” Clermont-Ferrand, May 1940. 4. MS.406C ‘7', flown by L. Krten 1/LeLv 14, Finnish Ilmavoimat, 1943.
Avro Shackleton / 72-130 / 1. Shackleton MR.Mk.3 (Phase 2) Unit: 206 Sqn, RAF Coastal Command Number: C/206 (XF707) This aircraft served in the 202nd Division RAF Coastal Command from July 1963 to February 1965. 2. Avro Shacklcton MR. 1A WB 818 of No. 269 Squadron, Dark blue spinners and squadron badge on nose. 3. Avro Shacklcton MR. 1A Wb859 of No. 240 Squadron, Ballykelly, 1957. Operation Grapple red Comorant holding a grapple on the fin.Squadron badge on nose.
Cessna O-1 Bird Dog / 72-131 / 1. L-19A of the 8th Army was used to transport President elect Dwight D. Eisenhower on an inspection trip of Korea in December of 1952. 2. TO-1D carries the high visibility Gloss White end Red scheme used for aircraft that operated over the Arctic or jungle areas. 3. Cessna O-1D " Little Annie Fanny", 199th Reconnaissance Airplane Company, the " Swamp Foxes" Vinh Long, RVN, understand was flown bu Rich Burns. Mid-60s. 4. This shark mouthed O-1D of the 19th TASS was one of the first Air Force Bird Dogs to deploy to Vietnam during July of 1963. 5. Marine Corps OE-2 (O-1C) of VMO-6 based at Chu Lai, South Vietnam during the early 1960s. 6. A number of Air Force O-1s carried three color camouflage schemes that varied from aircraft to aircraft. The Orang identification panels on the wing uppersurface helped attack aircraft spot the O-1. 7. Cessna O-1C, US Marines Corps, BuAer 140100, System Test Division, NAS Patuxent River MD, ca.1965. 8. Cessna O-1D Bird Dog, Cambodian Air Force, s/n 23529 (55-4689),Pochentong Air Base, ca 1972. 9. Cessna O-1E Bird Dog of the 112th Liaison Squadron, 23rd Tactical Wing, Bien Hoa during 1966. 10. MAJ Boung used this VNAF O-1A to South Vietnam with his wife and five children. MAJ Boung made the first landing bu an O-1 on an aircraft carrier, landing on USS MIDWAY on 30 April 1975.
Lockheed P-3 Orion / 72-132 / 1. Lockheed P-3 Orion II PR/32,(No.156511), USA | VQ-1 "World Watcher”,2001. 2. Lockheed P-3 Orion has been the premier maritime patrol and anti - submarine warfare aircraft with the US Navy and many other nations since its introduction in 1962. 3. Lockheed P-3C Orion A9-664:664 of No.11 Squadron. Original White FS 37875 and Light Grey FS 36440 finish. Squadron insignia on tail, squadron badge carried on forward fuselage on some aircraft. 4. Lockheed Orion P-3B, Armada Argentina 6-P-54.
KTO Rosomak - modern Polish APC. This vehicle was used by Polish Army in Iraq and Afghanistan. It had proved to be an excellent fighting vehicle that offered great protection to its crew. The nickname "Polish Green Devil" was given to it by the local Taleban fighters because of it's resilience and good firepower. There will be 4 versions of the kit, initially, which includes the Med-Evac version among others. More materials about these kits will follow soon. First two versions will be released in spring 2015.
Air National Guard Republic A-10C: This sheet provides marking options for A-10C Warthogs from Indiana, Idaho, Arkansas and Michigan Air National Guard units - just in time for the new 1/72 A-10C kit from Hasegawa.
Martin PBM-5/PBM-5A Mariner - Part 2 More US Navy marking options for the PBM-5/PBM-5A Mariner patrol bomber, designed for the new Minicraft kit.
Rereleased! USMC/USN Ordnance Data Part 1. Stencil and markings for... Litening (Hasegawa) AGM-65E Laser Maverick AGM-65F IR Maverick Litening (Tamiya) GBU-12 500lb Laser Guided Bombs (hasegawa and Tamiya) BLU-111A/B 500lb Bomb/GBU-38 MK.82 with BSU-33 Conical Fin
Boeing PT-17 Stearman / N2S "Kaydet": Five marking options for the new Revell 1/48 Stearman Kaydet kit.
North-American F-100D Super Sabre "Hun" in Vietnam - Part 1: The first installment of a two-sheet series chronicling the service of F-100 in Vietnam; this sheet features nine camouflaged "Huns" from different units. Many of these interesting options have not been done in decal form before. The sheet includes enough stencilling and national insignia to build any two of the aircraft featured on the sheet.
Consolidated PBM-5 / PBM-5A Mariner Part 1: Finally some new markings for the recent Minicraft kit of the PBM! Five options for both PBM-5 and PBM-5As from WWII and immediate postwar era.
Bristol Blenheim and Bolingbroke Mk.IV/IVF RAF and Overseas Operators. Pt 3 (10) Z7513/R 15 Sqn SAAF Libya 1943; V5458 RT-O 114 Sqn West Rayham 1942; Z6279 EE-A 404 Buffalo Sqn RCAF Thorney Island 1941; Z9583/14 GRB 1 Free French AF Fort Lamy 1941; 5+5 Tested by Luftwaffe 1940-41; B252 32nd Bomber Sqn R. Hellenic AF Mendi, Greece 1941; Z3589 ex RAF 40 Sqn Tested by Regia Aeronautica 1940; 267 ZE-G Esquadrilia ZE, Portuguese AF, Ota, 1944; Bolingbroke IV 9030 BK-V 115 Sqn RCAF Annette Island, Alaska 1942; 10103 Unit unknown RCAF St Hubert 1943 overall yellow. Production delayed, due end October
RAF 2014 Update. Display Eurofighter EF-2000A Typhoon. ZK342 6 Sqn with desert camo on fin and spine; ZK343/BX 29 Sqn black fin with Squadron logo, ZK348/FN 1Sqn; ZK308 TP-V 29 Sqn D-Day stripes; ZF140 and ZF244 Poppy Tucanos 72 Sqn Flt.Lt Dave Kirby RAF Linton-on-Ouse; Tornado GR4 ZA412 617 Sqn 70th Anniversary 2013; 2014 Red Arrows 50th Anniversary fin markings; ZJ995/P Puma 230 Sqn overall black; F-35B ZM137 Fort Worth; RC-135W ZZ664/5/6 Rivet Joint 51 Sqn RAF Waddington.
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