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U-2 Part I
 

U-2_Finsko_1939

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In the original U-2 with a ski landing gear captured by the Finnish army during the Winter War. The aircraft is currently on display in the museum in Tikkakoski.


U-2_Ukrajina_1941

 

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An aircraft of an unknown unit of the Western Special Circuit, captured by the German army in June 1941.


U-2_Modra_SOP
 

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Training aircraft, originally equipped with a canvas cabin for training in flight without sight.
Soviet Air Force summer 1941

 

U-2 Part I Winter War & Barbarossa

 


U-2 Part II

 

U2_Ckalov
 

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U-2 CCCP-Č4, Personal gift from J. V. Stalin to test pilot Valery Chkalov.


U-2_Zluta_5_41

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A liaison aircraft used in 1941 in the area of Belarus.


U-2_Normandie-Nemen_zima_44-45

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The liaison aircraft used by the French fighter unit the Groupe de chasse No. 3 "Normandy-Niemen" at that time operating as part of the 303rd Fighter Air Division VVS USSR

Part II Valery Ckalov & Belarus ´41 & Normandia - Niemen

 

Part III Night Witches

U2_Popova_N_V_242_NBAD
 

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Po-2 LBN commander of the 2nd Squadron Nadezhna Popova, holder of the award Hero of the USSR, 852 combat flights, year 1943. The aircraft was not armed with machine guns.



U2_46GNBAP_1944

 

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Po-2 with the inscription I Revenge Duisa decorated with an inscription in memory of the fallen heroine of the USSR Yevdokiy Nosal. This pilot completed 354 combat flights. The plane did not carry machine guns.


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An aircraft used for supply flights during the Warsaw Uprising.





Part III Night Witches

 

 

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Slovenské Vzdušné Zbraně
(Slovak air force)

 

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Bf-190G-6 / R3 W.Nr. 161742 in the form of spring and summer 1944.

 

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Bf-190G-6 / R3 W.Nr. 161725 in the form of spring and summer 1944.


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VVS SSSR

 

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Unknown unit VVS, léto 1943


painting supplemented with a prescription camouflage pattern
the original image was hit by a censor
the image in the attachment is lightened

 

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Three Musketeers from Commonwealth

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Leand Lease P-40E aka Kittyhawk


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Australian Kittyhawk 75th Squadron RAAF from Milne Bay, New Guinea, March 1943.

 

 

 

ET512_4SQN_SAAF_Egypt_7_42

 

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South African machine of the 4th SAAF Squadron from July 1942, Egypt.

 

AK905_111SQN_RCAF_Anchorange_42

 

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Canadian Kittyhawk 111th Squadron RCAF from Anchorange, Alaska, 1942. The machine still exists as a flying aircraft.


black9_15SQN_RNZAF_Solomons_43

 

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Kittyhawk of the New Zealand Air Force from the 15th Squadron deployed in the Solomon Archipelago, 1943.



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Pizza, Pasta und Pancetta

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Bf-109E-7 W.Nr. unknown
After testing the captured Yugoslav Bf-109E-3a aircraft, Regia Aeronautica ordered twelve Bf-109E-7 aircraft and, after their delivery, armed with them an experimental 150 Gruppo operating from the airport in Tirana, Albania. The machines served as night fighters and the unit verified the possible tactics of night operations.


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Bf-109G6 / U3 W.Nr. 166303 (quite possible)
Aircraft 3 Squadriglie II Gruppo Gaccia ANR in the form of November 1944 when the unit operated from Villafranca Airport. The aircraft bears the 51 Stormo emblem on the bow, which is sometimes used and photographically documented on the 3 Squadriglie aircraft.


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Bf-109G-14 W.Nr.434444 (probably)
The aircraft of the command squadron II Gruppo Gaccia from February 1945 from the time of operations from Aviano Airport. Major Carlo Miani flew on this machine. The aircraft is camouflaged with an atypical color combination RLM 83/75/76.

 

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the folder has been modified according to the information below
Thank you

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@ATA_Ringlett  Very nice work M8 !

 I want suggest two small corrections for your 109s of the ANR

 

 white 12 of Ten Ermete Ferrero bore the cat and three mice only on the right side of the nose in memory of his previous service with 51° Stormo , indeed on the left side there was likely only a repeated small 12 white ,because the coat with the iron leg of 3^ squadriglia at this time was already disused.

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The black chevron on Carlo Miani plane , on the right side,was painted slightly deformed,  as per this image :749296439_ANR8.jpg.036d6ffce6b521d31e3dbeb13e941154.jpg

 

I hope you find this information useful.

 

My friend @geraki9 and I did some time ago a considerable historical research work on the 109 used by the Republican National Air Force (ANR) if you like, take a look,

 

Keep up the good work !

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17 hours ago, SARFlytitus said:

@ATA_Ringlett  Very nice work M8 !

 I want suggest two small corrections for your 109s of the ANR

 

 white 12 of Ten Ermete Ferrero bore the cat and three mice only on the right side of the nose in memory of his previous service with 51° Stormo , indeed on the left side there was likely only a repeated small 12 white ,because the coat with the iron leg of 3^ squadriglia at this time was already disused.

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The black chevron on Carlo Miani plane , on the right side,was painted slightly deformed,  as per this image :749296439_ANR8.jpg.036d6ffce6b521d31e3dbeb13e941154.jpg

 

 

 

Hi,

thanks for the warning, I'll fix those planes according to the photo and your information.

I draw mainly for myself. I used to make plastic models, but now I don't have space, so I started drawing.
But I'm sorry to leave everything in my files.

 

A beautiful day

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Night Fighters on Hurricane Mk.IIb / c

 

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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.


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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.

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Serpents from the Mediterranean
 

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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.

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42-18736_GC_Navarre_44

 

P-39N 42-18736 from the state of the Free French Groupe de Chase L´Navarre, Algeria 1944.

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Bloody Foreigners
 

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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.

 

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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.


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Hurribomber!

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Hurricane Mk.IIb from the 402nd "Winnipeg Bears" Canadian Squadron RAF. Spring 1942 Martlesham Heath Airport.


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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.


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Hurricane Mk.IIb from the 175th Squadron of the RAF, Derek L. Stevenson's personal machine, Warmwell Airport, August 1942.



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MTB Hunters

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Pizza, pasta and spaghetti

 

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Bf-109 in Italian air force II


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Bf-109F-4 W.Nr. unknown, possibly 13260, 363 Squadrilia, 150 Gruppo

Training Hundreds of F-4 version of Sciacca Airport, July 1943.


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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.
 

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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.


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Download P, P und S  alternative RLM79

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1 hour ago, David_4555 said:

Lovely 109's! Romania had some very intersting paint schemes if you looking for inspiration

 

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:

 

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Wilde Sau I

 

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Bf 109G-6/6 from the state 8./JG 300, Oldenburg, Autumn 1943
Pilot Gerhard Stamp
 

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Bf 109G6 / R6 1./JG from the state 300, Bonn, Autumn 1943
Pilot Gerhard Pilz


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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 !!!

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I needed to relax with something simple. I was tired of naked women at Lighting´s.
Terrible mistake. Three planes and it took a week.

 

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P-38J over Europe


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P-38J-10-LO, s / n 42-67940, Autumn 1944
Pilot Jack M. Jarell, the aircraft is from the 485th FS, 370th FG


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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


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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.

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Night Fighters II - Malta edition

 

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BG737_IIbTrop_MaltaNFU_7_41
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Z2627_IIaTrop_MaltaNFU_7_41

 

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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

 

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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

 

 

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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

 

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43-25643_D-21_Carter_342FS_43

 

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42-28058_D-23_Blend_341FS_43

 

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P-40E over CBI

 

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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

 

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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

 

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Machine from the 26th FS, pilot Earl Bishop, Dinjan Airport India, autumn 1942.

 

 

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High Duel

 

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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

 

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Spitfire F.Mk.IX MH763 Prince Emanuel Galitzin, 72nd Squadron RAF, Southern France, Ramatuelle Airport, Autumn 1944.


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Spitfire HF.Mk.IX MA766 pilot R. Foskett commander of the 94th Squadron RAF, June 1944, Bu Amud Airport, Egypt

 

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Mustang Mk.IV ETO

 

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KH716_3SQN_RAAF_Lavarino_45

 

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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

 

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Mustang Mk.IVa, ie P-51K, series KH727, 93rd Squadron RAF, Italy 1946

 

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Mustang Mk.IVa, KM272, 19th Squadron RAF, Peterhead Airport, Great Britain, May 1945

 

 

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Mustang Mk.IV ETO II

 

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KH7865_154SQN_BigginHill_2_45

 

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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

 

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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

 

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P-51K, Mustang Mk.IVa from the state of the 93rd Squadron of the RAF, Tissano Airport, Italy 1946.

 

 

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Moments before the Storm
 

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Romanian Bf 109 Part I

 

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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.

 

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3x Bf 109E-3 Grupul 7 Vanatoare, spring 1941, Bucharest
 

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Yellow24_G7V_Bucharest_spring_41
Yellow48_G7V_Bucharest_spring_41

 

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On 1/1/2021 at 6:07 PM, Reggie_Mental said:

@ATA_Ringlett How about an Irish Air Corps skin or two?

 

 


And any literature or photo materials?
If it was, then maybe. I have nothing on the Irish Air Force.

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42 minutes ago, ATA_Ringlett said:

Moments before the Storm
 

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Romanian Bf 109 Part I

 

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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.

 

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3x Bf 109E-3 Grupul 7 Vanatoare, spring 1941, Bucharest
 

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Yellow24_G7V_Bucharest_spring_41
Yellow48_G7V_Bucharest_spring_41

 

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And any literature or photo materials?
If it was, then maybe. I have nothing on the Irish Air Force.

Other than the link to another thread I posted above, no. I could look a bit deeper.

 

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Roundels in 1941 ?? No way.  Just after 1944 . 

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23 minutes ago, szelljr said:

Roundels in 1941 ?? No way.  Just after 1944 . 

 

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
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35 minutes ago, ATA_Ringlett said:

 

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
2YGUjvP9EZJ9rjaDr_TKNGhK8B2-9wmNhQqRKJwZ

 

PZL.11



PZL.37

 

 

True . I am so stupid ,lol. ( I made Ro. Fokker skin ,i just forget 🤐)

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Barbarossa

 

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Romanian Bf 109 Part II

 

Yellow2_CO_G7V_summer_42

 

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Bf-109E-3, yellow 2, command machine Grupul 7 Vanatoare, Alexandru Popisteanu, Ukraine, summer 1942

Yellow23_E57_G7V_summer_42

 

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Bf-109E-3, yellow 23, 57th Squadron Grupul 7 Vanatoare, Stefan Greceanu, Ukraine, summer 1942

Yellow63_E56_G7V_summer_42

 

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Bf-109E-7, yellow 63, 56th Squadron Grupul 7 Vanatoare, Ukraine, summer 1942

 

 

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Stalingrad
 

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Romanian Bf 109 III

 

 

Yellow9_E57_G7V_11_42

 

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Bf-109E-3, yellow 9, 57th Squadron Grupul 7 Vanatoare, Ioan Di Cesare, Stalingrad, November 1942

 

Yellow47_E58_G7V_11_42

 

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Bf-109E-3, yellow 47, 58th Squadron Grupul 7 Vanatoare, Ion Galea, Stalingrad, November 1942

 

Yellow64_E57_G7V_11_42

 

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Bf-109E-3, yellow 64, 56th Squadron Grupul 7 Vanatoare, Tiberiu Vinca
Stalingrad, October 1942

 

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Soviet aces on LaGG-3

 

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White54_145IAP_Zajcev_Karelie_8_41

 

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LaGG-3 p.1 white 54
Aircraft from the 145th IAP, pilot Alexander Zajcev, Karelia, August 1941

 

 

White78_609IAP_Mironov_Karelia_summer_42

 

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LaGG-3 p.11 white 78
Machine from the 609th IAP, pilot Viktor Mironov, Karelia, summer 1942

 

 

Yellow6_178IAP_Grigorijev_autumn_42

 

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LaGG-3 p.35 yellow 6
Aircraft from the 178th IAP, pilot Gerasim Grigoriev, Moscow, autumn 1942

 

 

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