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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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 photo materials? If it was, then maybe. I have nothing on the Irish Air Force.
  6. 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, Mustang Mk.IVa from the state of the 93rd Squadron of the RAF, Tissano Airport, Italy 1946. Download Mustang IV ETO II
  7. 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
  8. 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 high-altitude bomber Ju 86R-2. Around ten o'clock in the morning, Galitzin found Junkers above Portsmouth at an altitude of 12,800 meters, and during the ensuing chase, the two planes ascended to 13,100 meters in height, waging the highest battle of World War II. During the fight, Galicin damaged the wing of the enemy machine and had to end the pursuit due to a defect in armament. Horst Gotz's Junkers crew was able to return to their base in France. Subsequently, the high-altitude flights of these machines over Britain were terminated. Galitzine_MH763_72SQN_France_autumn_44 Spitfire F.Mk.IX MH763 Prince Emanuel Galitzin, 72nd Squadron RAF, Southern France, Ramatuelle Airport, Autumn 1944. Foskett_MA766_54SQN_Egypt_6_44 Spitfire HF.Mk.IX MA766 pilot R. Foskett commander of the 94th Squadron RAF, June 1944, Bu Amud Airport, Egypt Download High Duel
  9. 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 Bishop, Dinjan Airport India, autumn 1942. Download P-40E CBI
  10. 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 43-25643_D-21_Carter_342FS_43 42-28058_D-23_Blend_341FS_43 Download Jug´s over New Guinea
  11. Lubomír Úlehla P-47D-26 3. CPC FAFL Download P-47D Úlehla
  12. 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 Spitfire MkVb, AD384, Parker Pen Spitfire, No 313 czechoslovak fighter squadron. Shot down April 12 1942, during the raid on Hazebrouck. Pilot Sgt. Otakar Kresta became POW Download Czechoslovakian Spitfire Mk.Vb
  13. The one who exchanged the honor for flying Ernst Udet (26 April 1896 – 17 November 1941) was a German pilot during World War I and a Luftwaffe Colonel-General (Generaloberst) during World War II. Udet joined the Imperial German Air Service at the age of 19, and eventually became a notable flying ace of World War I, scoring 62 confirmed victories by the end of his life. The highest scoring German fighter pilot to survive that war, and the second-highest scoring after Manfred von Richthofen, his commander in the Flying Circus, Udet rose to become a squadron commander under Richthofen, and later under Hermann Göring. Udet spent the 1920s and early 1930s as a stunt pilot, international barnstormer, light aircraft manufacturer, and playboy. Download Udet
  14. Errata for P-38J-25 Download errata for My Little Pig
  15. Night Fighters II - Malta edition BG737_IIbTrop_MaltaNFU_7_41 & Z2627_IIaTrop_MaltaNFU_7_41 Hurricane Mk.II subversions A and B equipped with a Vokes sand filter from the Night Fighting Unit. Both are a bit off-schedule. The Z2627 has desert camouflage fields sprayed over black on the upper surfaces. The reconstructions show several possibilities, I decided on one of them. BG737 bears black on all surfaces, but is provided with type B marks on six positions and s / n is made in white. Z2961_IIb_185SQN_Horicks_Malta_3_42 Z2961, Hawker Hurricane Mk.IIb of the 185th Squadron in the form in which it was a personal machine G.E. Horicks, Ta´Qali Airport, Malta, March 1942 Download Night Fighters II
  16. P-38J over Europe J10_42-67940_485FS_Jarell_autumn_44 P-38J-10-LO, s / n 42-67940, Autumn 1944 Pilot Jack M. Jarell, the aircraft is from the 485th FS, 370th FG J15_42-68004_392FS_Livingston_december_44 Moonlight Coctail! is P-38J-15-LO, s / n 42-68004, December 1944 An aircraft from the 392nd FS, 367th FG, pilot Clark R. Livingston, Juvincourt Airport J25_44-23627_392FS_Plotecia_autumn_44 P-38J-25-LO s / n 44-23627, December 1944 "Kozy Koza is an airplane flown by Sam Plotencia of the 392nd FS, 367th FG. Download Naked!!!
  17. Wilde Sau I G6_yellow17_8JG300_Stamp_9_43 Bf 109G-6/6 from the state 8./JG 300, Oldenburg, Autumn 1943 Pilot Gerhard Stamp G6_white1_1JG300_Pilz_autumn_43 Bf 109G6 / R6 1./JG from the state 300, Bonn, Autumn 1943 Pilot Gerhard Pilz G6_black9_10JG301_deMiremont_Ploesti_4_44 Bf109G6 / 6 from the state 10./JG 301 Ploesti, Spring 1944 Pilot Alexander Graf Rességuier de Miremont Designed for the original G-6 in the game, not for the new G-6Late !!! Download Wilde Sau I
  18. That's possible, but Axis planes aren't my cup of tea. That must be something very interesting. And I find the Italian 109 interesting. There will be more. Someone paints them here, but I like them. I'll paint mine. It is a replacement for plastic modeling. Now I work on naked women:
  19. 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
  20. 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
  21. 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
  22. 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
  23. 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
  24. 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.
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