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    I love airplanes, reenacting, living history, history and cars, in addition to a lot of other things. I'm here at home: https://vwings.net/sturmovik.php

    In my opinion, the skins I have created are sources from literature, photographs and other materials. Please let me know if you can prove photographically that I have something wrong with an already published skin. I will be happy to repair the skin according to the photo you published. Some of the skins are an expression of my opinion on the black and white photo of the aircraft.

    As terrible as my English is, it is still 100% better than your Czech.
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  1. Pizza, pasta and spaghetti Bf-109 in Italian air force II F4_RA_363Squ_7_43 Bf-109F-4 W.Nr. unknown, possibly 13260, 363 Squadrilia, 150 Gruppo Training Hundreds of F-4 version of Sciacca Airport, July 1943. G2_RA_10610_73Squ_5_43 Bf-109G2 / trop W.Nr.10610, 73 Squadrilia, IX Gruppo, 4 Stormo An aircraft from the 73rd Squadrilia in the form of May 1943 at Ciampino Airport in the form after the rearmament of the unit from C.202 to German equipment. G2_RA_10825_365Squ_7_43 Bf-109G-2 / R6 / trop W.Nr.10825, 365 Squadrilia, 150 Gruppo An airplane in the form of July 1943, Sciacca Airport. The aircraft was found after the occupation of the airport by the Allies with empty cannons gondolas under the wing. It is not known whether he was deployed in combat or used only for training. Download Pizza, Pasta und Spagetti Download P, P und S  alternative RLM79
  2. Hawker Hurricane Mk.II Z2770_IIa_310SQN_Kimlicka_3_41 Hurricane Mk.IIa from the 310th Squadron. Bohuslav Kimlička's personal machine in the form from March 1941. The Czechoslovak emblem is used on the aircraft. Air Force which was not practically used in this unit. The machine ended in 1942 after overhaul in the Soviet Union, it was delivered through the port of Murmansk. Z3437_IIb_312SQN_Kucera_8_41 Hurricane Mk.IIb by Otmar Kučera in the form from August 1941 at the time when it was used by the 312th Squadron. Z3660_IIb_312SQN_Vasatko_7_41 Hurricane Mk.IIb Alois Vašátko, 312nd Squadron, in July 1941 at Kenley Airport. At that time, Alois Vašátko acted as commander of the 312th Squadron and his aircraft carries, according to RAF customs, a flag symbolizing his rank on the panel under the cabin. Download Czechoslovakian Hurricane p.I
  3. MTB Hunters 164. "Argentina-British" Squadron RAF It is a unit composed of British and Argentine nationals, which during 1943 specialized in battle attacks, mostly attacks on enemy shipping and often strikes on the Kriegsmarine Schneelboot operating in the English Channel and the Bay of Biscay. The squadron used Hawker Hurricane Mk.IId and Mk.IV aircraft armed with 40 mm Vickers type S cannons during this period. In the game we have Hurricane Mk.IId represented. If you use an engine with higher supercharging we get roughly Mk.IV. This version differed mainly in that under its wing could be hung either 40 mm cannons, two bombs up to 250 kg each or eight unguided missiles. Visually, it can only be identified by the serial number. In the camouflage offer, I focused on the KX540 FJoB with absolutely prescription camouflage, FJoP unknown with s/n with swapped fields of camouflage colors and KX143 FJoH sometimes presented as M, where in his photo it occurred to me that his bow is colored a different camouflage color than would it should be. MTB Hunters Download
  4. Czechoslovak Spad XIII I. From the Foreign Legion to the French Air Force 2807_Charvat_Spa315_9_1918 Spad XIII v.č.2807 Spa.315 Augustin Charvát was a tailor who went to France for experience in his craft. After the outbreak of the First World War, he enlisted in the Foreing Legion and later, after being wounded, enlisted in the French Air Force. He first flew on the Farmans at F.58 and then at Spa.315. He scored one confirmed and two probable victories. After the war he served in the Czechoslovak Air Force in the rank of lieutenant. He died in the crash of the Š-16 bomber in 1931. 8875_Pilat_Spa124_Francie_autumn_1918 Spad XIII v.č.8875 Spa.124 "Jeanne D´Arc" Václav Pilát another of the Czech volunteers at the Foreing Legion took part in the fighting of the Great War within the Company Nazdar, he was wounded at Reims. After flight training, he joined the C.104 and in 1917 at the fighter Spa.124, probably achieved one victory. II. Post-war service 9151_CSR_33L_LP2_summer_1924 Spad XII v.č. 9151 33rd Squadron Air Regiment 2 In 1921, the Czechoslovak Air Force in France purchased a new aircraft SPAD XIII C.1 as a replacement for the flying machines. One of them was Spad 9151, with which Corporal Siegl crashed at Lípa Airport near Německý Brod. 91xx_CSR_32L_LP2_1924 Spad XIII v.č.nonná 32nd Squadron Air Regiment 2 Another aircraft from the French acquisition in the form of 1924. Download Czechoslovak Spad XIII It is possible, I took the color from the instructions of model D.VII by Eduard
  5. I. From the Foreign Legion to the French Air Force 2807_Charvat_Spa315_9_1918 Spad XIII v.č.2807 Spa.315 Augustin Charvát was a tailor who went to France for experience in his craft. After the outbreak of the First World War, he enlisted in the Foreing Legion and later, after being wounded, enlisted in the French Air Force. He first flew on the Farmans at F.58 and then at Spa.315. He scored one confirmed and two probable victories. After the war he served in the Czechoslovak Air Force in the rank of lieutenant. He died in the crash of the Š-16 bomber in 1931. 8875_Pilat_Spa124_Francie_autumn_1918 Spad XIII v.č.8875 Spa.124 "Jeanne D´Arc" Václav Pilát another of the Czech volunteers at the Foreing Legion took part in the fighting of the Great War within the Company Nazdar, he was wounded at Reims. After flight training, he joined the C.104 and in 1917 at the fighter Spa.124, probably achieved one victory. II. Post-war service 9151_CSR_33L_LP2_summer_1924 Spad XII v.č. 9151 33rd Squadron Air Regiment 2 In 1921, the Czechoslovak Air Force in France purchased a new aircraft SPAD XIII C.1 as a replacement for the flying machines. One of them was Spad 9151, with which Corporal Siegl crashed at Lípa Airport near Německý Brod. 91xx_CSR_32L_LP2_1924 Spad XIII v.č.nonná 32nd Squadron Air Regiment 2 Another aircraft from the French acquisition in the form of 1924. Download Czechoslovak Spad XIII
  6. I'm working on four skins for Spad XIII. If I didn't want to make them because Czechoslovak pilots were flying on them. I'd let it be. The model is cut. Each side of the fuselage is differently long. The back of the hull also has a different length. This is completely repainted. Three hours of work. And it still looks as if a bunch of stepping donkeys have stepped on the plane. About 50% of the required work is done.
  7. Hurribomber! BE485_IIb_402SQN_spring_42 Hurricane Mk.IIb from the 402nd "Winnipeg Bears" Canadian Squadron RAF. Spring 1942 Martlesham Heath Airport. BE682_IIb_174SQN_Wetere_6_42 Hurricane Mk.IIb from the state of the 174th Squadron of the RAF on this aircraft often flew James Himiona Wetere, a Maori from New Zealand, a member of the RNZAF. June 1942. BE687_IIb_175SQN_Stevenson_8_42 Hurricane Mk.IIb from the 175th Squadron of the RAF, Derek L. Stevenson's personal machine, Warmwell Airport, August 1942. Download Hurribombers over Europe
  8. Bloody Foreigners Z3437_IIb_312SQN_Kucera_6_41 Aircraft Z3437 version Mk.IIb from the state of the 312th Czechoslovak Squadron RAF when Otmar Kučera flew on this machine. The aircraft is shown in the form before just changing the color scheme. Download Bloody Foreigners
  9. Bloody Foreigners 71Eagle_IIa_3_41 Hurricane Mk.IIa 71 "Eagle" Squadron RAF, "Eagle" Squadron were units organized from volunteers with nationality in the United States. Leoun dates from the squadron's presence at Kirton-in-Lindsey Airport in March 1941. LF363_IIc_309SQN_Peterhead_44 [/url] LF363 version of the Hurricane Mk.IIc from the state of the Polish 309th Squadron of the RAF from the spring of 1944, Peterhead Airport. Download Bloody Foreigners
  10. Serpents from the Mediterranean 42-9377_97Squ_9Gruppo_4Stormo_ICAF_44 P-39N 42-9377 from the state of ICAF, Italian Allied Air Force, specifically 97 Squadriglie, 9 Gruppo, 4 Stormo, Italian boot, summer 1944. 42-4514_91FS_Tunis_9_43 P-39L 42-4514 from the state of 91.FS / 81.FG Sidi Ahmed Airport, Tunisia, September 1943. The aircraft is practically completely repainted in British desert shades, which occurred after the transfer of the unit from Great Britain to Morocco. 42-18736_GC_Navarre_44 P-39N 42-18736 from the state of the Free French Groupe de Chase L´Navarre, Algeria 1944. Download Serpents from Mediterranean
  11. Fokker (MÁG) D.VII In the Czechoslovak Air Force served in the years 1918 - 1925 the only Fokker D.VII aircraft produced by the Hungarian company MÁG. Here it is captured in several different forms over time. Download CSR Fokker D.VII
  12. Fokker (MÁG) D.VII In the Czechoslovak Air Force served in the years 1918 - 1925 the only Fokker D.VII aircraft produced by the Hungarian company MÁG. Here it is captured in several different forms over time. Download CSR Fokker D.VII
  13. Night Fighters on Hurricane Mk.IIb / c [/url] BD983_IIc_MacLachlan_1SQN_4_42 James A. F. MacLachlan, commander of the 1st Squadron of the RAF, participant in Night Intruder operations. During February 1941, he was shot down and lost his left arm. After healing, he flew with a prosthesis and his Hurricane was modified to make it easier to control. Z3972_IIb_Watts_253SQN_12_41 The aircraft of the commander of the 253rd Squadron R. F. Watts in the form in which it was photographed in December 1941 at Hibaldstow Airport. Download Night Fighter I
  14. Night Fighters on Hurricane Mk.IIb / c HL605_IIc_Posluzny_32SQN_summer_1942 Ondřej Poslužný was born on August 5, 1914 in Brno, where he also attended high school and where he graduated. In Czechoslovakia. Army enlisted in the Air Force and became a pilot. After the occupation of the republic, he fled abroad. He was accepted, like many other Czechoslovaks, into the French Foreign Legion. After the declaration of war, he was immediately transferred to the French fighter group III / 4 in Casablanca, Morocco, where he began retraining for probably the best French fighter Dewoitine D.520. He was no longer able to intervene in the fighting in Europe, or in the fighting for France, but he made up for everything after his arrival in Great Britain, where he got together with our other pilots by ship through Gibraltar. He joined the 310th Czechoslovak Fighter Squadron RAF, where he flew until March 1941. He was later transferred to the 19th and then 118th British Fighter Squadron. From March 1942 he served in the ranks of the 32nd British Fighter Squadron, which was assigned to command the Squadron A. On June 25, 1942, a squadron, armed at the time, already relatively obsolete Hawker Hurricanes, launched an attack on ships moored off the French coast. The fighters carried light bombs under their wings. During the raid, the Servants' aircraft was damaged by German anti-aircraft fire so severely that the pilot had to jump out on the return journey over the English Channel. Fast British lifeboats could not find him, so he was declared missing after the prescribed time. His dead body was not washed up by the sea until 4 July 1942 on the French coast at Pas-de-Calais. He was buried in the military cemetery in Etaples. In 1991 he was promoted to colonel in memoriam. Download Night Fighters I
  15. Seven Swabians Fokker D.VII Download Seven Swabians
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