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Sd.Kfz.250 -15%

Sd.Kfz.250

€ 36,00 € 30,60

Cod. SBS-3D021

1/35 Sd.Kfz.250 (Neu) Adjustable frontal axle for Dragon/Das Werk The Sd.Kfz. 250, short for the German Army's inventory designation Sonderkraftfahrzeug 250 ("Special Vehicle 250"), was a half-track troop/combat transport vehicle issued to German mechanized formations during World War II. The official name, less well known than the acronym, was leichter gepanzerter Mannschafts-Transportwagen until 1942, later replaced by the term leichte Schützenpanzerwagen.The Sd.Kfz. 250 was designed in 1939-1940 from the artillery tractor Sd.Kfz. 10 in order to ensure close cooperation between infantry and tanks in mechanized warfare; the result was a vehicle suitable for carrying an infantry section (4 men) and armed at first with one or two 7.92 mm MG 34 machine guns. It was distributed in two main versions called alt ("old") and neu ("new") depending on the conformation of the superstructure, which was simplified in the second version to speed up production: it abundantly exceeded 6,000 units, although it failed to supply all the units required to complete the staffs of the reconnaissance battalions of the armored divisions in service. Soon the half-track was also supplied in an increasing number of variants, as well as undergoing unofficial field modifications: it thus also operated as a command vehicle, fire observation, radio center, close support, and anti-aircraft gun platform.

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Soviet fighter pilot WWII No. 3 -15%

Soviet fighter pilot WWII No. 3

€ 20,00 € 17,00

Cod. BDOF32154

1/32 Soviet fighter pilot WWII No. 3Air Force is one of the types of Soviet armed forces that emerged shortly after the October Revolution of 1917. The intensive development of Soviet military aviation took place from the early 1930s, when this type of military force was expanded, but new types of aircraft were also introduced, such as the I-15 or I-16 fighters or bombers such as SB -2 or DB- 3. It is worth adding that some of these types of aircraft, used during the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939), were not significantly inferior to their Italian or German counterparts in its early period. However, the advent of machines such as the Me-109 and He-111 changed this state of affairs. It can be assumed that the introduction of new aircraft in VVS accelerated indirectly in 1939-1941, particularly combat machines such as the Yak-1 or LaGG-3. However, in the initial period of the war with Germany (1941-1945), Soviet aviation suffered huge losses. They may be explained by the deficiencies of well-trained officer cadres (after the Stalinist purges of the 1930s), the inferior individual training of Soviet pilots compared to their German opponents, or the inferior tactics used by Soviet pilots. However, in the course of World War II, these shortcomings were to a greater or lesser extent compensated for, and Soviet aviation was supplied with new (good or excellent) types of aircraft to replace the entire Yakovlev aircraft family : Yak-3, Yak-7 or Yak-9. The achievements of the Soviet aircraft industry were also not on parade, which from June 1941 to May 1945 produced about 157 thousand. machines! It is worth adding that the WWS was the only air force in World War II to introduce a program to train women for air service as fighter and bomber pilots. The effects of this program were, for example, the achievements of Lidia Litwiak or Jekaterina Butanowa.

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CLEAR PROP 72032 MiG-23ML/MLA Flogger-G -10%

CLEAR PROP 72032 MiG-23ML/MLA Flogger-G

€ 54,00 € 48,60

Cod. CLPR-72032

1/72 MiG-23ML/MLA Flogger-GThe Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-23ML (also known as the "Flogger-G") and its variant MiG-23MLA were multi-role jet fighters developed by the Soviet Union in the 1970s. Here is some key information about these aircraft:Development and Background: The MiG-23ML was developed as one of the variants of the larger MiG-23 development program, which included a number of specialized versions. It was intended to be a multi-role aircraft capable of both interception and ground attack missions.Design and Features: The MiG-23ML had a design typical of Soviet fighters of the time, with a streamlined shape, variable-arrow wings and a cockpit with wide visibility. The MLA variant had some improvements, including an improved radar system.Performance: The MiG-23ML was equipped with a Tumansky R-35-300 engine, which enabled it to reach supersonic speeds. It had a maximum speed of about Mach 2.35 (about 2,900 km/h) and could operate at high altitudes.Armament: The MiG-23ML was armed with 23 mm GSh-23L cannons and could carry a variety of war payloads, including R-60 and R-23 air-to-air missiles, unguided rockets, bombs and auxiliary tanks.Operational Role: The MiG-23ML/MLA was used primarily as a multi-role fighter and had the capability to carry out intercept, ground attack and reconnaissance missions. It was extensively employed by the air forces of the Soviet Union and its allies during the Cold War.Legacy: The MiG-23ML/MLA was one of the most common multi-role fighter aircraft in the arsenal of Warsaw Pact nations. It participated in various regional conflicts around the world and was also used by nations other than the Soviet Union.Replacement: The MiG-23 was gradually replaced by more modern aircraft, such as the MiG-29 and Su-27, as it became obsolete compared to more advanced Western aircraft.The Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-23ML/MLA represents an important milestone in Soviet military aviation history and played a significant role during the Cold War period. Its versatility and multi-role capabilities made it an essential component of the air force of the time.

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