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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.
    Mostly ;)

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  1. B-3 Boston A-20B in the Soviet Air Force A-20 s/n 12705 A pair of veterans delivered to the Soviet Union in the summer of 1942, shown in the colors of the 13th GDBAP VVS Black Sea Air Force. This long-range bomber unit used these machines, among others, until the very end of the war. So in the case of these two pieces at least two years of fierce fighting over the Caucasus, Taman and Crimea. The aircraft are in the form of documented photographs from April 1944 during the fighting for the port of Odessa. A-20B s/n 13235 Download
  2. Paddy Finucane Wing Commander Brendan Eamonn Fergus Finucane, DSO, DFC & Two Bars (16 October 1920 - 15 July 1942), known as Paddy Finucane amongst his colleagues, was an Irish Second World War Royal Air Force (RAF) fighter pilot and flying ace — defined as an aviator credited with five or more enemy aircraft destroyed in aerial combat. Born into a Catholic family in Ireland, Finucane grew up during the "early troubles" and the Irish Civil War. In 1936, the family moved to England, where he developed an interest in aviation. Finucane was keen to fly, applied to join the R
  3. Seemann Georg Amon 7./JG53 Torrazo airfield, Sicily, 1943 Download Seamann
  4. Soviet aces on LaGG-3 White54_145IAP_Zajcev_Karelie_8_41 LaGG-3 p.1 white 54 Aircraft from the 145th IAP, pilot Alexander Zajcev, Karelia, August 1941 White78_609IAP_Mironov_Karelia_summer_42 LaGG-3 p.11 white 78 Machine from the 609th IAP, pilot Viktor Mironov, Karelia, summer 1942 Yellow6_178IAP_Grigorijev_autumn_42 LaGG-3 p.35 yellow 6 Aircraft from the 178th IAP, pilot Gerasim Grigoriev, Moscow, autumn 1942 Download LaGG-3 Part I
  5. Stalingrad Romanian Bf 109 III Yellow9_E57_G7V_11_42 Bf-109E-3, yellow 9, 57th Squadron Grupul 7 Vanatoare, Ioan Di Cesare, Stalingrad, November 1942 Yellow47_E58_G7V_11_42 [/url] Bf-109E-3, yellow 47, 58th Squadron Grupul 7 Vanatoare, Ion Galea, Stalingrad, November 1942 Yellow64_E57_G7V_11_42 Bf-109E-3, yellow 64, 56th Squadron Grupul 7 Vanatoare, Tiberiu Vinca Stalingrad, October 1942 Download Romanian Stalingrad
  6. Barbarossa Romanian Bf 109 Part II Yellow2_CO_G7V_summer_42 Bf-109E-3, yellow 2, command machine Grupul 7 Vanatoare, Alexandru Popisteanu, Ukraine, summer 1942 Yellow23_E57_G7V_summer_42 Bf-109E-3, yellow 23, 57th Squadron Grupul 7 Vanatoare, Stefan Greceanu, Ukraine, summer 1942 Yellow63_E56_G7V_summer_42 Bf-109E-7, yellow 63, 56th Squadron Grupul 7 Vanatoare, Ukraine, summer 1942 Download Romanian Barbarossa
  7. No, the Romanian Air Force used a cockade from its inception until the late spring of 1941. From the summer of 1941 to 1944, then the Michal's Cross. After the change of party in 1944, he only returned to the cockades. Fokker VII PZL.11 PZL.37
  8. Moments before the Storm Romanian Bf 109 Part I Romania ordered 50 Bf 109E in December 1939, of which 11 aircraft were dlivered in 1940 and the remaining 39 a year later. They equipped the newly-formed Grupul 7 Vanatoare and took part in operation Barbarossa from the very first missions. 3x Bf 109E-3 Grupul 7 Vanatoare, spring 1941, Bucharest Yellow8_G7V_Bucharest_spring_41 Yellow24_G7V_Bucharest_spring_41 Yellow48_G7V_Bucharest_spring_41 Download Romanian Mules Part I And any literature or
  9. Mustang Mk.IV ETO II KH7865_154SQN_BigginHill_2_45 Mustang Mk.IVa, P-51K from the state of the 154th Squadron of the RAF, February 1945, Biggin Hill Airport. The squadron was rearmed to the Mustangs in early 1945, intended for long-range escorts of bombers, but was disbanded in March. KH653_19SQN_Peterhead_spring_45 P-51K, Mustang Mk.IVa, series KH653 from the state of the 19th Squadron of the RAF, Peterhead Airport, Great Britain, Spring 1945 KH7 --_ 93SQN_Tissano_46 P-51K, Mustan
  10. Mustang Mk.IV ETO KH716_3SQN_RAAF_Lavarino_45 Mustang Mk.IV, ie P-51D, series KH716, 3rd Squadron RAAF, Lavarino Airport, Italy 1945. The aircraft carries on the rudder image of the constellation of the Southern Cross. KH727_93SQN_Italy_46 Mustang Mk.IVa, ie P-51K, series KH727, 93rd Squadron RAF, Italy 1946 KM272_19SQN_Peterhead_5_45 Mustang Mk.IVa, KM272, 19th Squadron RAF, Peterhead Airport, Great Britain, May 1945 Download Mustang IV ETO
  11. High Duel Galitzine_HAF_BS342_Northold_12_9_42 Spitfire Mk.IX specially adapted for high-altitude flights, from the state of Special Service / High Altlitude / Flight at Northolt Airport. Six specially modified aircraft of this unit were available to pilots selected according to resistance to altitude sickness. Among them was an immigrant from Russia, Prince Emanuel Galitzin, a British citizen who took part in the Finnish Air Force's winter war. On September 12, 192, he took off in pairs with another pilot to try to capture the German
  12. P-40E over CBI 23FG_R_Scott_Burma_September_42 The machine of the commander of the 23rd FG, Robert Scott, author of the books "God is my Co-pilot". The 23rd FG was a unit created by the USAAF based on all AVG Squadrons. Burma, September 1942. 41-36402_16FS_Clinger_China_1_43 A machine from the 16th FS, originally one of the Squadrons of the Flying Tigers, AVG, piloted in January 1943 by Dallas Clinger, China. 41-36391_Bishop_26FS_Dinjan_autumn_42 Machine from the 26th FS, pilot Earl B
  13. 348 FG New Guinea American pilots of the 5th Air Force USAAF, fighting during the Second World War against the Japanese air force over large areas of the Pacific, recorded a total of 511 kills on Republic P-47D Thunderbolt fighters. The 348th Fighter Group achieved its greatest success, with its pilots firing 326 kills on Thunderbolts. The group grew a total of 20 aces, including the most successful pilot of the Republic P-47D Pacific battlefield Lt.Col. Neel Kearby. This man shot down 22 enemies on a massive fighter 42-76041_D-16_Fisher_340FS_43 4
  14. Lubomír Úlehla P-47D-26 3. CPC FAFL Download P-47D Úlehla
  15. Spitfire Mk.Vb of Czechoslovakian pilots Hruby_111SQN_W3310_12_41 Spitfire Mk.Vb W3310 from the state of the 111th Squadron of the RAF, in the form when Otakar Hrubý flew on it, in the winter of 1941/42, the squadron was deployed at Debden Airport as a night fighter. Kotiba_124SQN_AA920_5_42 Spitfire Mk.Vb, AA920 from the 124th Squadron, where František Kotiba often flew on it. The aircraft is shown in the form from May 1942 when the squadron operated from Biggin Hill Airport. Kresta_313SQN_AD384_4_42
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