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Wooden decks Yamato Decals 3D
SKU PS-3D350003
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: Japan
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/350
Type: Ships
Category Decals 3D

1/350 Wooden decks Yamato. Platinum edition (3D printed)The Yamato was one of the largest and most powerful warships ever built. It was a battleship of the Japanese Imperial Navy during World War II. The ship's full name was "Musashi Yamato," but she is often simply known as "Yamato."The Yamato and her sister ship, the Musashi, were part of the Yamato class, which included the largest and most heavily armored battleships ever built. Construction of the Yamato began in 1937, and she was launched in 1940. Her length was about 263 meters, and she was about 38 meters wide. Her power was provided by four steam turbines fed by 12 boilers, which enabled the ship to reach top speeds of about 27 knots (about 50 km/h).The Yamato was armed with a formidable combination of armaments, including nine 460 mm main guns, which were among the largest ever mounted on a warship. These cannons could fire heavy shells at a range of over 42 km and could cause severe damage to enemy ships.During World War II, the Yamato was involved in several military operations, but her active participation in combat was limited. Her enormous size and the increasing superiority of the enemy air force made it difficult to use the ship effectively. However, in 1944, Yamato participated in one of her best-known missions, called "Operation Ten-Go," in which she attempted to counter the advance of U.S. forces during the Battle of Okinawa. Yamato was attacked by a large fleet of U.S. aircraft and sunk on April 7, 1945.The loss of Yamato was a great defeat for the Imperial Japanese Navy, and the ship became a symbol of sacrifice and endurance during World War II. Despite her short and limited operational career, Yamato is still remembered as one of the most impressive and powerful examples of military naval engineering of her era.

 
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Westland Lysander Mk.III Decals 3D
SKU PS-3D72001
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals 3D

1/72 Instrumental panel Westland Lysander Mk.III For kit Dora Wings DW72023 & 72024The Westland Lysander Mk.III was a reconnaissance and liaison aircraft produced by the British company Westland Aircraft Limited in the 1930s and used during World War II.The Lysander Mk.III was a variant of the Westland Lysander air cooperation aircraft, which was originally designed to perform liaison and reconnaissance roles. It was a single-engine monoplane with an open cockpit and high wings.The Mk.III version was introduced in 1938 and featured some modifications and improvements over previous versions. One of the main distinguishing features of the Lysander Mk.III was its more powerful engine, a 14-cylinder Bristol Mercury XX twin-star, which provided better performance than previous engines.The Lysander Mk.III was used extensively in the Royal Air Force (RAF) during the early years of World War II to carry out reconnaissance, liaison and support missions for ground forces. It was able to operate from unprepared runways due to its rugged landing gear, making it suitable for missions in areas with limited infrastructure.A notable aspect of the Lysander was its ability to operate as an infiltration and exfiltration aircraft for commandos and intelligence agents. Its large open cockpit allowed easy access to get personnel or supplies in and out of enemy positions or isolated areas.However, as warfare evolved and more modern combat aircraft were introduced, the Lysander Mk.III proved vulnerable and unsuitable for combat against enemy fighters. As a result, its use in reconnaissance and liaison missions gradually declined during the course of the conflict.Despite this, the Westland Lysander Mk.III remains a historic aircraft and an icon of military aviation of its era due to its significant role in the early stages of World War II and its special operational capabilities.

 
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Westland Lysander Mk.III Decals 3D
SKU PS-3D48002
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/48
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals 3D

1/48 Instrumental panel Westland Lysander Mk.III The Westland Lysander Mk.III was a reconnaissance and liaison aircraft produced by the British company Westland Aircraft Limited in the 1930s and used during World War II.The Lysander Mk.III was a variant of the Westland Lysander air cooperation aircraft, which was originally designed to perform liaison and reconnaissance roles. It was a single-engine monoplane with an open cockpit and high wings.The Mk.III version was introduced in 1938 and featured some modifications and improvements over previous versions. One of the main distinguishing features of the Lysander Mk.III was its more powerful engine, a 14-cylinder Bristol Mercury XX twin-star, which provided better performance than previous engines.The Lysander Mk.III was used extensively in the Royal Air Force (RAF) during the early years of World War II to carry out reconnaissance, liaison and support missions for ground forces. It was able to operate from unprepared runways due to its rugged landing gear, making it suitable for missions in areas with limited infrastructure.A notable aspect of the Lysander was its ability to operate as an infiltration and exfiltration aircraft for commandos and intelligence agents. Its large open cockpit allowed easy access to get personnel or supplies in and out of enemy positions or isolated areas.However, as the war evolved and more modern combat aircraft were introduced, the Lysander Mk.III proved vulnerable and unsuitable for combat against enemy fighters. As a result, its use in reconnaissance and liaison missions gradually declined during the course of the conflict.Despite this, the Westland Lysander Mk.III remains a historic aircraft and an icon of military aviation of its era due to its significant role in the early stages of World War II and its special operational capabilities.

 
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Messerschmitt Me-109G-6 Decals 3D
SKU PS-3D48003
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/48
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals 3D

1/48 Instrumental panel Messerschmitt Me-109G-6The Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6 was one of the most popular and significant variants of the famous German Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighter, used during World War II by the Luftwaffe, the German Air Force.The Bf 109G-6 was developed as an improved version of its predecessor, the Bf 109G-5. It featured a number of improvements and upgrades, making it one of the most successful models in the Bf 109 family.The main features of the Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6 included:A 12-cylinder Daimler-Benz DB 605A engine, which provided improved performance over previous models.New wings with a larger aperture and no projecting leading edges, which improved stability and flight performance.Enhanced armament, usually consisting of two 13-mm cannons and two 7.92-mm machine guns mounted on the engine cowl.A different arrangement of radiators for cooling, which helped to improve the engine's thermal performance.The Bf 109G-6 was one of the main fighter aircraft used by the Luftwaffe during World War II and played a crucial role in many air battles. It was an agile and powerful fighter capable of competing with many of its opponents, especially in the hands of experienced pilots.However, as aviation technology evolved and the Allies' numerical and technological superiority increased, the Bf 109G-6 and other models in the Bf 109 family began to show their limitations. Beginning in the mid-1940s, the Luftwaffe began to be overwhelmed by enemy fighters, and the production and use of the Bf 109G-6 gradually declined.Despite this, the Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6 remains one of the best-known and most famous fighter aircraft of World War II and has left a significant mark on the history of military aviation.

 
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Messerschmitt Me-109G-6 Decals 3D
SKU PS-3D32001
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/32
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals 3D

1/32 Messerschmitt Me-109G-6 (Early) for Trumpeter The Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6 was one of the most popular and significant variants of the famous German Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighter, used during World War II by the Luftwaffe, the German Air Force.The Bf 109G-6 was developed as an improved version of its predecessor, the Bf 109G-5. It featured a number of improvements and upgrades, making it one of the most successful models in the Bf 109 family.The main features of the Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6 included:A 12-cylinder Daimler-Benz DB 605A engine, which provided improved performance over previous models.New wings with a larger aperture and no projecting leading edges, which improved stability and flight performance.Enhanced armament, usually consisting of two 13-mm cannons and two 7.92-mm machine guns mounted on the engine cowl.A different arrangement of radiators for cooling, which helped to improve the thermal performance of the engine.The Bf 109G-6 was one of the main fighter aircraft used by the Luftwaffe during World War II and played a crucial role in many air battles. It was an agile and powerful fighter capable of competing with many of its opponents, especially in the hands of experienced pilots.However, due to the evolution of aviation technology and the increasing numerical and technological superiority of the Allies, the Bf 109G-6 and other models in the Bf 109 family began to show their limitations. Beginning in the mid-1940s, the Luftwaffe began to be overwhelmed by enemy fighters, and production and use of the Bf 109G-6 gradually declined.Despite this, the Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6 remains one of the best-known and most famous fighter aircraft of World War II and has left a significant mark on the history of military aviation.

 
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Akizuki Japanese Destroyer Decals 3D
SKU PS-3D700001
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: Japan
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/700
Type: Ships
Category Decals 3D

1/700 Akizuki Japanese DestroyerThe Akizuki was a class of Japanese destroyers built and used during World War II. It was one of the most advanced destroyer classes in the Imperial Japanese Navy and was designed primarily to provide anti-aircraft support to Japanese fleets during combat operations.The Akizuki class was named after the lead ship, the Akizuki, which was launched in 1940 and commissioned in 1942. The design proved to be particularly innovative for the time and featured heavy anti-aircraft armament and good protection against air attacks.The Akizuki class destroyers were armed with five 100 mm guns, positioned in twin and single turrets, which were very effective in anti-aircraft defense. This heavy armament made them a formidable obstacle for enemy air attacks.The Akizuki were also equipped with torpedo launchers, anti-ship guns and an airborne detection radar, which enhanced their combat and defense capabilities. They were fast, maneuverable and well designed to fulfill their role as fleet defenders.However, due to the progress of the conflict and the increasing losses suffered by the Japanese fleet, production of the Akizuki was limited. Only a relatively small number of units of this class were built and entered active service.Despite this, the Akizuki proved effective and became feared by enemy aviators. Unfortunately, most of the Akizuki class ships were lost during the war, but some survived to the end of the conflict and continue to be remembered as an example of well-armed and well-designed Japanese destroyers of World War II.

 
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Agusta Westland Merlin HC 3 3D Decals
SKU PS-3D48001
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Nation: Italy
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/48
Type: Elicotteri
Category Decals 3D

1/48 Agusta Westland Merlin HC 3The AgustaWestland Merlin HC3 is a medium tactical transport helicopter developed by AgustaWestland, an Italian-British company specializing in helicopter production. The Merlin HC3 is a variant of the well-known Sikorsky SH-3 Sea King helicopter, but with significant modifications and improvements.This helicopter is designed to carry out personnel and material transport missions, as well as search and rescue operations. It is capable of carrying a significant number of soldiers or payloads due to its large interior cabin.The Merlin HC3 was adopted primarily by the Royal Air Force (RAF) of the United Kingdom, where it was used in various operational situations, such as support for military operations, medical evacuation, tactical personnel transport, and sea rescue. It has proven its versatility and reliability in its assigned missions.Among the Merlin HC3's technical features are turbine engines, good cruise speed, and relatively high flight range, enabling the helicopter to cover significant distances and operate in a variety of operational conditions.The Merlin HC3 has undergone a series of subsequent modifications and developments that have led to the creation of more advanced and upgraded variants, including the Merlin HC3i and Merlin HC4. These helicopters are continually upgraded to adapt to new operational requirements and to improve overall performance.Due to its reliability, load carrying capacity, and versatility, the Merlin HC3 has remained an important element in the tactical helicopter fleet of the British Armed Forces.

 
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Westland Lysander Decals
SKU PS-72480
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Westland Lysander Part 2 1. Westland Lysander TT Mk lll, T 1445, WS-K No.755 NAS FAA, 1942.2. Westland Lysander Mk ll, L 4752,FY-V, No 4 ( Army Co-operation) Squadron, Monchy- Lagache, France, late 1939.3. Westland Lysander Mk l, P1684, UG-A, No. 16 (Army Co-operation) Squadron RAF Teversham, Augus.4Westland Lysander Mk lI, R 1999, LX - P, No. 255 Squadron, France 1940.5. Westland Lysander Mk lII (SD), V 9673, MA - J, flown by Gp Capt. Hugh Verity of No. 161 (SD) Squadron, RAF Tempsford 1942.6. Westland Lysander Mk lI, P 9197, OS - I, No. 3 Squadron RAAF, Benina, Libya, February 1941.The Westland Lysander was a light reconnaissance and liaison aircraft, known for its key role during World War II. It was designed and produced by the British company Westland Aircraft Ltd. during the interwar period.The Lysander was developed to be a versatile aircraft, capable of carrying out aerial reconnaissance, personnel transport, insertion and evacuation of covert agents, and ground attack missions. Its design was unique and innovative for the time, with a high wing mounted above the fuselage and fixed landing gear.This aircraft had the special ability to land and take off from very short or improvised runways, making it ideal for operating in unprepared areas and enemy-occupied territory. During World War II, the Lysander became famous for its use in special forces support and resistance operations in occupied Europe, including the rendition of secret agents and intelligence gathering.The Lysander was also employed in other operations, such as the search and rescue of downed or missing aircrews, as well as being used as a liaison aircraft for high-ranking officers.

 
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Supermarine Walrus Decals
SKU PS-72484
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Supermarine Walrus 1. Supermarine Walrus l, K5780/WM, 715 Flight, NMS Cumberland, 1937.2. Supermarine Walrus l, 53.S.19, Flottille 53S Aeronavale, Hourtin, 1945-48.3. Supermarine Walrus l, K8552/WP, 715 Squadron, HMS Suffolk, November 1938.4. Supermarine Walrus l, K8556/34 712 Squadron, HMS Southampton.5. Supermarine Walrus l, M-0-4 Armada Argentina, flying from the cruiser la Argentina, late 1940s.6. Supermarine Walrus l, K5774/ZI, 720 Flight (New Zealand Division, Royal Navy), HMS Achilles, 1937-38.The Supermarine Walrus, also known as the Supermarine Seagull V, was a reconnaissance and rescue seaplane produced by the Supermarine Aviation Works, a British company known for designing iconic aircraft such as the Spitfire fighter.The Walrus was designed in the 1930s and entered service with the British Royal Navy and Fleet Air Arm in 1935. It was an amphibious aircraft with the ability to take off and land from both solid surfaces (land or ship decks) and water. It was equipped with a radial engine and could carry a crew of usually two or three members.This seaplane played a crucial role during World War II. It was mainly used for air reconnaissance missions, maritime patrols, search and rescue of downed crews, and resupply of ships at sea. It was particularly valued for its ability to operate in harsh marine environments and remote regions where conventional aircraft could not land or take off.The Walrus was involved in numerous operations during the war, including search and rescue of downed pilots, anti-submarine patrols, troop evacuations, and message delivery in isolated areas. Because of its unique characteristics, the Walrus was often used by surface ships and submarines, which could carry these seaplanes as part of their equipment to expand reconnaissance and rescue capabilities.

 
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Supermarin Spitfire Mk.1 mask + decals
SKU PS-M72008
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Mask

1/72 Supermarin Spitfire Mk.1 mask + decalsSupermarine Spitfire Mk l, P9386, QV-K of No 19 Sqn, RAF Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire, September 1940, flown by Sqn Ldr Brian Lane.The Supermarine Spitfire Mk.1, often abbreviated to Spitfire Mk.1, was one of the earliest models of the iconic British Supermarine Spitfire fighter. Designed and developed by British engineer Reginald Joseph Mitchell, the Supermarine Spitfire became one of the most famous and beloved fighters in aviation history.The Spitfire Mk.1 was introduced into service in 1938, before the start of World War II. It featured an innovative design for the time, with a monoplane structure, elliptical wings and a fully fairing retractable undercarriage, which contributed to its aerodynamics and sleek appearance. It was powered by a 12-cylinder Rolls-Royce Merlin engine, which gave it excellent performance and a top speed higher than that of most of its contemporaries.During the Battle of Britain in 1940, the Supermarine Spitfire Mk.1 played a crucial role in the defense of the United Kingdom against the German Luftwaffe Air Force. Its graceful design and exceptional maneuvering capabilities enabled it to effectively take on opposing fighters and make a significant impact in the defense of the British skies.

 
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Supermarin Spitfire Mk.1 mask + decals
SKU PS-M72007
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Mask

1/72 Supermarin Spitfire Mk.1 mask + decals Supermarine Spitfire Mk l, R6800, LZ-N of No 66 Sqn. RAF Gravesend, kent, September 1940, flown by Sqn. Ldr Rupert Leigh.The Supermarine Spitfire Mk.1, often abbreviated to Spitfire Mk.1, was one of the earliest models of the iconic British Supermarine Spitfire fighter. Designed and developed by British engineer Reginald Joseph Mitchell, the Supermarine Spitfire became one of the most famous and beloved fighters in aviation history.The Spitfire Mk.1 was introduced into service in 1938, before the start of World War II. It featured an innovative design for the time, with a monoplane structure, elliptical wings and a fully fairing retractable undercarriage, which contributed to its aerodynamics and sleek appearance. It was powered by a 12-cylinder Rolls-Royce Merlin engine, which gave it excellent performance and a top speed higher than most of its contemporaries.During the Battle of Britain in 1940, the Supermarine Spitfire Mk.1 played a crucial role in the defense of the United Kingdom against the German Luftwaffe Air Force. Its graceful design and exceptional maneuvering capabilities enabled it to effectively take on opposing fighters and make a significant impact in the defense of the British skies.

 
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Supermarin Spitfire Mk.1 mask + decals
SKU PS-M72004
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Mask

1/72 Supermarin Spitfire Mk.1 mask + decals Supermarine Spitfire Mk l, P9398, KL-B of No 54 Squadron, RAF Hornchurch, Essex, June 1940 flown by Flt Lt Al Deere.The Supermarine Spitfire Mk.1, often abbreviated to Spitfire Mk.1, was one of the earliest models of the iconic British Supermarine Spitfire fighter. Designed and developed by British engineer Reginald Joseph Mitchell, the Supermarine Spitfire became one of the most famous and beloved fighters in aviation history.The Spitfire Mk.1 was introduced into service in 1938, before the start of World War II. It featured an innovative design for the time, with a monoplane structure, elliptical wings and a fully fairing retractable undercarriage, which contributed to its aerodynamics and sleek appearance. It was powered by a 12-cylinder Rolls-Royce Merlin engine, which gave it excellent performance and a top speed higher than most of its contemporaries.During the Battle of Britain in 1940, the Supermarine Spitfire Mk.1 played a crucial role in the defense of the United Kingdom against the German Luftwaffe Air Force. Its graceful design and exceptional maneuvering capabilities enabled it to effectively take on opposing fighters and make a significant impact in the defense of the British skies.

 
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Supermarin Spitfire Mk.1 mask + decals
SKU PS-M72002
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Mask

1/72 Supermarin Spitfire Mk.1 mask + decals Supermarine Spitfire Mk l, (serial overpainted), RN-N of No 72 Squadron, RAF Gravesend, Essex, June 1940.The Supermarine Spitfire Mk.1, often abbreviated to Spitfire Mk.1, was one of the earliest models of the iconic British Supermarine Spitfire fighter. Designed and developed by British engineer Reginald Joseph Mitchell, the Supermarine Spitfire became one of the most famous and beloved fighters in aviation history.The Spitfire Mk.1 was introduced into service in 1938, before the start of World War II. It featured an innovative design for the time, with a monoplane structure, elliptical wings and a fully fairing retractable undercarriage, which contributed to its aerodynamics and sleek appearance. It was powered by a 12-cylinder Rolls-Royce Merlin engine, which gave it excellent performance and a top speed higher than most of its contemporaries.During the Battle of Britain in 1940, the Supermarine Spitfire Mk.1 played a crucial role in the defense of the United Kingdom against the German Luftwaffe Air Force. Its graceful design and exceptional maneuvering capabilities enabled it to effectively take on opposing fighters and make a significant impact in the defense of the British skies.

 
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Savoy-Marchetti SM.79 mask + decals
SKU PS-M72012
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: Italy
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Mask

1/72 Savoia-Marchetti SM.79 mask + decalsSM.79-IUnit: 52 Esquadrilla, 27 Grupo 'Falchi Delle Baleari'Serial: 5The Savoia-Marchetti SM.79 was an Italian three-engine medium bomber used during World War II. Designed and produced by the Italian company Savoia-Marchetti in the 1930s, this aircraft became known by the nickname "Sparviero" (in Italian, "sparrowhawk").The SM.79 was one of the most successful medium bombers of its time and was one of the main aircraft of the Regia Aeronautica (the Italian Air Force) during World War II. It had a three-engine wing configuration, with three engines mounted on the front of the aircraft.Among the characteristics of the Savoia-Marchetti SM.79 were its remarkable range and relatively high war load capacity. It was capable of carrying a combination of bombs, torpedoes or mines, making it useful in a variety of roles, such as tactical bombing, attacks against ships and reconnaissance missions.The SM.79 was employed in several military campaigns during World War II, including the Mediterranean campaign, the North African campaign and the invasion of Ethiopia. It played a significant role in the early stages of the war, but as the conflict progressed and air operations intensified, Italian SM.79s became increasingly vulnerable to enemy attacks due to their lack of armor and crew protection.Despite this, SM.79s continued to be used until the end of the war, albeit in reduced numbers and with more limited roles. Some of them were used in transport and training operations after the war.The SM.79 remained a symbol of Italian aviation during the war period, and was one of the most distinctive and recognizable aircraft models of its time.

 
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Savoy-Marchetti SM.79 mask + decals
SKU PS-M72011
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: Italy
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Mask

1/72 Savoia-Marchetti SM.79 mask + decals SM.79. Squadron, 25 Group, 21 Wing 'Bats', Legionary AviationSerial: 28-6The Savoia-Marchetti SM.79 was an Italian three-engine medium bomber used during World War II. Designed and produced by the Italian company Savoia-Marchetti in the 1930s, this aircraft became known by the nickname "Sparviero" (in Italian, "sparrowhawk").The SM.79 was one of the most successful medium bombers of its time and was one of the main aircraft of the Regia Aeronautica (the Italian Air Force) during World War II. It had a three-engine wing configuration, with three engines mounted on the front of the aircraft.Among the characteristics of the Savoia-Marchetti SM.79 were its remarkable range and relatively high war load capacity. It was capable of carrying a combination of bombs, torpedoes or mines, making it useful in a variety of roles, such as tactical bombing, attacks against ships and reconnaissance missions.The SM.79 was employed in several military campaigns during World War II, including the Mediterranean campaign, the North African campaign and the invasion of Ethiopia. It played a significant role in the early stages of the war, but as the conflict progressed and air operations intensified, Italian SM.79s became increasingly vulnerable to enemy attacks due to their lack of armor and crew protection.Despite this, SM.79s continued to be used until the end of the war, albeit in reduced numbers and with more limited roles. Some of them were used in transport and training operations after the war.The SM.79 remained a symbol of Italian aviation during the war period, and was one of the most distinctive and recognizable aircraft models of its time.

 
 
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Savoy-Marchetti SM.79 mask + decals
SKU PS-M72010
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: Italy
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Mask

1/72 Savoy-Marchetti SM.79 mask + decals SM 79 of 10th Squadron, XXVIIth. BV Group. 8th BV Wing, Palma de Mallorca, Baleares, Spain. December1937.3The Savoia-Marchetti SM.79 was an Italian three-engine medium bomber used during World War II. Designed and produced by the Italian company Savoia-Marchetti in the 1930s, this aircraft became known by the nickname "Sparviero" (in Italian, "sparrowhawk").The SM.79 was one of the most successful medium bombers of the time and was one of the main aircraft of the Regia Aeronautica (the Italian Air Force) during World War II. It had a three-engine wing configuration, with three engines mounted on the front of the aircraft.Among the characteristics of the Savoia-Marchetti SM.79 were its remarkable range and relatively high war load capacity. It was capable of carrying a combination of bombs, torpedoes or mines, making it useful in a variety of roles, such as tactical bombing, attacks against ships and reconnaissance missions.The SM.79 was employed in several military campaigns during World War II, including the Mediterranean campaign, the North African campaign and the invasion of Ethiopia. It played a significant role in the early stages of the war, but as the conflict progressed and air operations intensified, Italian SM.79s became increasingly vulnerable to enemy attacks due to their lack of armor and crew protection.Despite this, SM.79s continued to be used until the end of the war, albeit in reduced numbers and with more limited roles. Some of them were used in transport and training operations after the war.The SM.79 remained a symbol of Italian aviation during the war period, and was one of the most distinctive and recognizable aircraft models of its time.

 
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Potez 25/27 Decals
SKU PS-72479
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: France
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Potez 25/271. Potez XXVII A2. Unit: 41.Eskadra Liniowa. Serial: 8 (41.86) Pilot - sierz.pil.Leopold Szmyrgallo, Torun, 1930.2. Potez 25 TOE. Unit: 2 Escadre du Nord Marocain. Serial: 1 (N1146). Meknes, Morocco, 1935.3. Potez 25 TOE. Serial: 8. French Indochina, 1940-1941.4. Potez 25 Hydro. Serial: N1439. Grand Lac Hanoi, French Indochina, 1939.5. Potez XXV A2. Unit: 42.Eskadra Lotnicza, 5.PL. Serial: 7 (42.230). Circa 1934.6. Potez 25A-2. Serial: V/13. No additional informatio.The Potez 25 and Potez 27 are two separate models of combat aircraft developed by the French company Potez in the 1920s and 1930s. Both aircraft were employed during the interwar period.Ill Potez 25 was a reconnaissance and light bomber aircraft developed in the 1920s. It was a two-seat monoplane with a metal frame and a canvas-covered fuselage. The Potez 25 was used by several air forces around the world, including France, Poland, Romania, and Yugoslavia. It was known for its reliability and versatility, and was involved in conflicts such as the Rif War in Morocco and the Polish-Soviet War.The Potez 27 was an improved version of the Potez 25, also used as a reconnaissance and light bomber aircraft. It featured some improvements over its predecessor, but retained the same general design. Like the Potez 25, the Potez 27 was adopted by several air forces in Europe, such as France, Poland, and Romania. It was involved in various military operations, including participation during the Ethiopian War and the Spanish Civil War.Both models, the Potez 25 and Potez 27, were important aircraft in the interwar period and contributed to the modernization of the air forces of several nations. As aviation technology advanced, they were replaced by more modern aircraft in the 1930s and 1940s.

 
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North American F-86D Sabre Decals
SKU PS-72482
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: United States of America
Period: Cold War
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 North American F-86D Sabre 1. F-86D Sabre 51-6214:FU-214 of 16th FIS, 1955.2. F-86D Sabre 51-6024:FU-024 of 97th FIS, 1953.3. F-86D Sabre 53-0719:FU-719 'Sweet Mudder' of 329th FIS.4. F-86D Sabre 53-0925:FU-925 of 49th FIS.5. F-86D Sabre 51-5936:FU-936 of 465th FIS, 1953.The North American F-86D Sabre, also known as the F-86D Dog Sabre, was a jet interceptor fighter developed by North American Aviation (NAA) and employed by the United States Air Force (USAF) during the Cold War.The F-86D was a variant of the famous F-86 Sabre jet fighter, which had proven its effectiveness during the Korean War. The "D" version was specially designed to perform high-speed, high-altitude intercept roles. The F-86D's most distinctive feature was its "sabre dog" radome that housed the interceptor radar.The F-86D's radar enabled pilots to detect and engage enemy air targets at long range, providing day and night intercept capability. However, due to the addition of the radar and other equipment, the F-86D was heavier and less maneuverable than earlier versions of the Sabre, so its role was primarily that of a high-speed interceptor rather than a dogfight air fighter.The F-86D Sabre was active in the latter half of the 1950s and throughout the 1960s, playing an important role in U.S. air defense during the Cold War. It was also used by other air forces, including those of some U.S. allied countries.

 
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Nakajima Ki-84 Hayate Decals
SKU PS-72483
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: Japan
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Nakajima Ki-84 Hayate 1. Nakajima Ki-84-Ia of the 58th Special Strike Air Group, August 1944.2. Nakajima Ki-84 with heavily "weathered" coloration from the 2nd Chutay 101st Sentai, Okinawa, winter 1944-45.3. Nakajima Ki-84 from the 57th Shinbutai, Japan, Kyushu, May 1945.4. Nakajima Ki-84 Ko no, 1 of the suicide unit 182 nd Shimbu-tai, Tatebayashi airfield, Japan, August 1945. Chui Takeshi Imoto flown this plane.5. Nakajima Ki-84 21 Hikoudan 21 Air Brigade Lt.Col Yoshiaka Leyte Philippines 1944.6. Nakajima Ki-84 "Hayate" 520th Temporary Interceptor Regiment Home Island Defence Nakamatsu Air Base, Japan 1945.7. Nakajima Ki-84-Ko, No. 327 of the 1st Chutai, 73rd Sentai, Tokorozawa airfield, November 1944.8. Nakajima Ki-84 Ko, 197th ShinbuTai "Seiki Tai," Kita ise, Japan, Spring 1945.9. Nakajima Ki-84-la 58th Shinbutai Southern Kyushu, 1945.The Nakajima Ki-84 Hayate, also known as Frank by the Allies, was a monoplane fighter developed and produced by the Japanese company Nakajima during World War II. It was one of the most advanced combat aircraft used by the Imperial Japanese Navy and Imperial Japanese Army during the conflict.The Ki-84 Hayate was designed to be a versatile fighter aircraft with excellent maneuverability and high altitude flight performance. It mounted an 18-cylinder Nakajima Ha-45 radial engine, which provided considerable power and speed. It was equipped with offensive armament, including cannons and machine guns, making it a formidable opponent for enemy aircraft.Its introduction into combat occurred in 1944, and the Ki-84 Hayate proved to be one of the best fighters used by the Japanese Air Force during the conflict. It was able to compete with some of the best Allied fighters, such as the P-51 Mustang and the F6F Hellcat.However, production of the Ki-84 Hayate was hampered by technical problems and the growing numerical and technological superiority of the Allies. In addition, the increasing inability of the Japanese industry to produce aircraft in large numbers due to Allied bombing also affected the availability of these advanced fighters.Despite its superior flight performance, the Ki-84 Hayate failed to reverse the course of the air war in Japan's favor. The limited number of Hayates produced and gradually worsening war conditions for the Japanese Empire led to the country's defeat. Toward the end of World War II, many Ki-84s were destroyed in action or on the ground, either by combat or Allied air raids.

 
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Nakajima E8N2 Decals
SKU PS-72478
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: Japan
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Nakajima E8N21. Nakajima E8N2 type 95 (Dave) KONGO 1942 .2. Nakajima E8N2 Armored Cruiser IJN Izumo, 3rd fleet flagship, Shanghai 1939.3. Nakajima E8N1, IJN Nachi, 1936.4. Maintenance Training Nakajima E8N2 of SeiRen 65 Yokosuka Kokutai, Japan 1944.5. Nakajima E8N1 Yokohama Kokutai, Kanagawa prefecture, circa 1944.6. Nakajima E8N2, AI-2, Battleships IJN Nagato, October 1941.7. Nakajima E8N2 of AsU-22, Amatsuka Kokutai (seaplane base), Japan Summer 1945.8. Nakajima E8N1 on KMS Kormoran, Pacific 1942, with fake British markings.9. Nakajima E8N1 of the Royal Thai Force, 1942.The Nakajima E8N2 was a light reconnaissance seaplane used by the Imperial Japanese Navy during the 1930s and 1940s. This seaplane was part of the "E8N" series of reconnaissance aircraft designed and produced by the Japanese Nakajima Aircraft Company.The Nakajima E8N2 was the next variant of the E8N1, and as such, was introduced with some improvements over its predecessor. These seaplanes were mainly used to perform aerial reconnaissance missions from warships and coastal bases.Featuring a metal and wood frame with canvas covering, the Nakajima E8N2 was a biplane, that is, it had two pairs of overlapping wings. It mounted a 9-cylinder radial engine and could carry a small team of observers and photographers to gather information on the position of enemy ships, patrol naval routes or perform other tactical reconnaissance missions.However, as World War II progressed, seaplanes such as the Nakajima E8N2 became increasingly vulnerable to enemy defenses, especially with the development of fighter and anti-aircraft weapon technologies. As a result, their usefulness diminished, and they were gradually replaced by ground-based reconnaissance aircraft or more modern embarked aircraft with greater range and performance.It can be argued that the Nakajima E8N2 played an important role during the period in which it was employed, but as the war progressed, it became obsolete and was withdrawn from active service.

 
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Modern Aircraft Stencils
SKU PS-M48001
Brand PRINT SCALE
Scale: 1/48
Type: Aircraft
Category Mask

1/48 Modern Aircraft Stencils mask + decals

 
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Kawasaki Ki-48 Decals
SKU PS-72473
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: Japan
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Kawasaki Ki-48 1. Kawasaki Ki-48 Ib, 34th Light. Bomber Air Combat Regiment, 1st Company. Thailand. April 1943.2. Kawasaki Ki-48-II of the 3-rd Chutai, 8th Hiko Sentai. Spring 1942.3. Kawasaki Ki-48-II-Kou belonged to the 1st Chutai, 34th sentai.4. Kawasaki Ki-48-IIb 8th Light Bomber Air Combat Regiment, Burma, summer 1943.5. Kawasaki Ki-48-I "Lily," 8th sentai, 3rd chutai, Burma, summer 1942.6. Kawasaki Ki-48-Ib Sokei (Lily), Hokota Army, Light Bomber Flying School, Japan, Agust 1940.7. Kawasaki Ki-48-I. 90th Light Bomber Air Combat Regiment, Tak, Thailand. Shot down by AVG over Rangoon. January 1942.8. Kawasaki Ki-48-Ilb Sokei (Lily) Kikuchi airfleets, Nakasaki Prefecture, Japan, August 1945.The Kawasaki Ki-48, also known as the Type 99 Twin-Engine Light Bomber or Lily in Allied code, was a twin-engine light bomber produced by the Japanese company Kawasaki during World War II. The aircraft was used by the Japanese Imperial Air Force and played an important role in the early stages of the conflict.The Ki-48 was developed in the 1930s to replace the old Ki-32 bomber. The prototype first flew in 1939, and the aircraft entered operational service in 1940. The design of the aircraft was conventional for the time, with a metal frame and fabric covering. It was propelled by two radial engines.The Ki-48 bomber was mainly used for tactical bombing missions, ground troop support, and reconnaissance operations. It had good maneuverability and considerable endurance, but it was limited in its ability to carry heavy war loads compared to other bombers.Although it was used significantly in the early stages of World War II, the Ki-48 began to demonstrate obsolescence over the course of the conflict due to the technological advancement of Allied aircraft. As the war progressed, losses increased, and the plane was gradually replaced by more modern and advanced models.

 
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Kaman Sea Sprite H-2 Decals
SKU PS-72488
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Elicotteri
Category Decals

1/72 Kaman Sea Sprite H-2 1. Kaman UH-2A Sea Sprite 149744/20, HC-1, Det Golf, USS Oriskany (CVA-34), July 1967. FS 16081 overall, 30-ininsignia.2. Kaman UH-2B Sea Sprite 149740/20, HU-2, USS Enterprise, circa 1960s. FS 16081 overall with FS 12197 Internalional Orange. 30-in insignia. 3. Kaman SH-2F Sea Sprite 151313/036-HT, HSL-30 'Scooters', home base NAS Norfolk, VA,circa 1980s. FS 16081 overall, 20-in insignia.4. Kaman SH-2F Sea Sprite 151644/232-HX, HSL-34 'Grey Checkers' home base NAS Norfolk, VA, 1999. FS 16081 overall, 20-in insignia.5. Kaman SH-2F Sea Sprite 151652/133-HV, HSL-32 'Tridents' home base NAS Norfolk, VA, USS Forrestal 1992. FS 16081 overall, 20-in insignia. The Kaman SH-2 Sea Sprite, also known as the Kaman H-2 Sea Sprite, was an antisubmarine and light reconnaissance helicopter developed by Kaman Aircraft Corporation in the United States.The Sea Sprite was designed in the 1950s to meet a U.S. Navy specification for an antisubmarine and reconnaissance helicopter embarked on ships. The first flight of the H-2 occurred in 1959, and the helicopter entered operational service in 1962.The H-2 Sea Sprite had an unusual configuration with the main rotors mounted low and an elevated tail rotor. This design, known as the "tandem rotor system," allowed the helicopter to be more compact and take up less space on the ships flight deck.The H-2 Sea Sprite's main mission was anti-submarine warfare. It was equipped with sonar to detect and locate enemy submarines and anti-submarine armament such as torpedoes and mines. It could also perform search and rescue, surveillance and general support missions for naval operations.The Sea Sprite served mainly aboard the frigates and destroyers of the U.S. Navy and some foreign navies. During its operational career, the H-2 participated in several operations, including the Vietnam War and other operations to counter submarine threats.As time went on, the H-2 Sea Sprite was gradually replaced by more modern helicopters with improved capabilities and performance. Its production ceased in 1970, and many of the examples built were removed from active service and decommissioned. Nevertheless, the Sea Sprite left its mark on naval aviation history and played a significant role in anti-submarine warfare and maritime surveillance.

 
 
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Grumman EA-6A Intruder Decals
SKU PS-72474
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Grumman EA-6A Intruder Electronic Aggressor 1. EA-6A 156990/GD15 1980.2. EA-6A 156988/GD110 1984.3. EA-6A 156988/GD110 1988.4. EA-6B-30-GR 158033/GD300 VAQ-35 1992.5.EA-6A 156993/GD113.The EA-6A Intruder is not an electronic warplane, but is a variant of the A-6 Intruder ground attack fighter developed and used by the United States in the 1960s.The A-6 Intruder was designed as a boarded ground attack aircraft used by the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps. It was a twin-engine, low-wing aircraft capable of operating from both carrier and ground bases. Its distinguishing feature was its large war load capacity and bombing accuracy, thanks to advanced navigation systems for the time.

 
 
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Focke-Wulf fw 190A-8 Decals
SKU PS-72487
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Focke-Wulf 190A-8 1. FW 190A-8; Black 11. Lt Günther Heym; JG 51; Zichenau Airfield; Summer / Fall 1944. 74/75/76. The name "TANJA" is blow the cockpit.2. FW190A-8 'Blue 8 + o', flown by Uftz. Dietrich of 12/JG 5 'Eismeer'. The name "Erika" was carried under the cockpit, Herdla airfield (Norway), April 1945.3. FW 190A-8 W.Nr 175140, 6 + - (Brown outlined in black), of 7/JG 26 found in September 1944 at Melsbroek field, Belgium. RLM 75/83/76 camouflage.4. FW 190A-8 of 13/JG 54, France, Summer of 1944, RLM 74/75/76.5. FW 190 A-8 'Red 1 + I' of Lt. Hans Dortenmann, Staffelkapitän of 2./J.G. 54, France, June 1944.6. FW 190A-8/R8 of Sturmstaffel 1, pilot: Uffz, Oskar Bösch, Salzwedel field, Germany, February 1944. RLM 74/75/76.7. FW 190A-8. Commander of JG 300. maj. Walther Dahl. RLM 75/83/76. Jüteborg, December 1944.8. FW 190A-8 of ll/JG 300, Löbnitz field, Fall of 1944. The entire fuselage and wing bottom surfaces are painted with the RLM 77 primer, top surfaces are RLM 74/75. Rudder and ailerons RLM 76.9. Focke Wulf Fw 190F8 1.SG4. RLM 79/80/76. White 11 unknown pilot Italy 1944.10. FW 190A-8 of ll/JG301. Spring of 1945. RLM 75/83/76 Rudder mottled in RLM 81.11. FW 190A-8 from 3/KG 51. "Edelweiss" was the first Kampfgeschwader to convert to the Me 262 jet aircraft. This Anton, fitted with a rounded canopy and found at Bad Aibling (Germany) in May 1945, was probably part of a protection squadron for the jets in the same unit. The KG 51 fuselage code 9K has been painted in front of the cross in small letters, like on a bomber, and the individual number is large, as was the custom in fighter units.The Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 was a variant of the German Fw 190 fighter plane used by the Luftwaffe during World War II. The Fw 190 was one of the most important German fighters during the conflict, known for its outstanding flight performance and operational versatility.The Fw 190A-8 version was one of the advanced models of the aircraft and was developed as an evolution of the early models of the Fw 190A series. The Fw 190A-8 was introduced in 1944 and featured several improvements over its predecessors. Key features included improved armor to protect the pilot, a new armored windshield, and an enlarged engine cowling to accommodate a variety of more powerful engines.The Fw 190A-8 retained its qualities of maneuverability and speed, and was well armed with guns and machine guns, making it a fearsome adversary in air combat. It was employed for both air defense and tactical air support, and it proved its effectiveness in a wide range of missions.However, despite its outstanding performance, the Fw 190A-8 was developed and deployed at a time when Germany was coming under increasing pressure from the Allies. The German Air Force was finding it increasingly difficult to keep up with the numerical and technological superiority of its adversaries. In addition, the Fw 190A-8 was engaged in combat missions against Allied heavy bombers, a very difficult task that required precise attack strategies.Despite this, the Fw 190A-8 remained in service until the end of the war and was one of the most important fighter planes used by the Luftwaffe. Its design was so popular that some nations used variants of the Fw 190 even after the end of the war, adapting them for their own operational needs.

 
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Dewoitine D.520 Decals
SKU PS-72481
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: France
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Dewoitine D.520 Part 2 1. Dewoitine D.520 White 6, GC lll/18, late 1944. This aircraft carries a heavy sprayed mottle of dark green over the blue grey fuselage sides. The title vas - y- jojo! was carried on the starboard side of the nose under the windscreen.2. Dewoitine D.520 flown by Albert Littolff, GC lll, Free French Air Force, Rayak, Syria 1942.3. Dewoitine D.520 No. 277, White 6, flown by Pierre Le Gloan, GC lll/6, Syria 1941.4. Dewoitine D.520 No. 52, White 29, GC lll/6, Alep-Nirab, Syria 1941.5. Dewoitine D.520 No. 140, White 9, Squadron 1AC, Tafaraoui, Algeria, spring 1941. The unit's seahorse insignia is painted on the fuselage.6. Dewoitine D. 520 No. 273, White 3, flown by Denis Ponteins, France, May 1940.7. Dewoitine D.520 ,Squadron 2AC, North Africa 1941. It appears from photographic reference that the nose tip was painted blue with red bands.8. Dewoitine D.520 , No.302, White 30, of GC lll/6 North Africa, late 1940.9. DewoitineD.520 FFI of Chateauroux, 27th of August 1944.The Dewoitine D.520 was a monoplane fighter designed and produced by the French company Dewoitine during the 1930s and used during World War II. It is considered one of the best French fighters of the prewar period and participated in several operational theaters during the conflict.The D.520 was developed in response to a specification issued by the Armée de l'Air (the French Air Force) in 1936 for a new monoplane fighter. The project, led by engineer Marcel Bloch (who later changed his name to Marcel Dassault), resulted in the Dewoitine D.520.This aircraft was known for its maneuverability, fast climb and good handling at low and medium altitudes. It mounted a 12-cylinder Hispano-Suiza radial engine, which provided good power. The D.520 had a metal frame and wooden wings with canvas covering.However, when Germany invaded France in May 1940, the Dewoitine D.520 was still being introduced into the French air force. Although it proved to be an excellent fighter plane, the D.520 had limited impact in the battle against the German Luftwaffe. France was quickly defeated and the D.520 was captured and also used by the Germans.Despite its qualities, the Dewoitine D.520 was not produced in large numbers and could not make up for the German numerical and tactical superiority during the French campaign. However, some French pilots achieved remarkable results with the D.520, demonstrating its potential as a combat aircraft.After France's defeat, the D.520 continued to be used by some Axis air forces and Vichy forces in other campaigns, but was gradually replaced by more modern fighters during the course of the war. Despite its operational limitations during World War II, the Dewoitine D.520 nevertheless remains an icon of French aviation at the time.

 
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Bell P-39 Airacobra Decals
SKU PS-72485
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Bell P-39 Airacobra 1. Airacobra P-400 BW 146 Whistlin' Britches of Lt Zed Fountain, 67th FS, Tontouta, New Caledonia, May 1942.2. Airacobra P-400 "K," of 80th FS, 8th FG, 5th AF, 12 Mile Aerodrome, New Guinea, 1942. Rudder in RAF camouflage is from different aircraft.3. Airacobra P-400 (serial BW 155) "24" of 67th FS, 347th FG, 13th AF, Henderson Field, Guadalcanal, October 1942. Personal aircraft of Lt. Baclay Dillon. Aircraft in RAF camouflage.4. Airacobra P-400 "F" of 80th FS, 8th FG, 5th AF, Milne Bay, end of 1942.5. Airacobra P-400,(serial BW 156) "Fancy Nancy" of 67th FS, Guadalcanal, 1942.6. Airacobra P-400 "W" of 80th FS, 8th FG, 5th AF, 12 Mile Aerodrome, New Guinea, 1942.7. Airacobra P-400 (serial BW 134) "M" of 80th FS, 8th FG, 5th AF. Mine bay, summer 1942. Note that the rudder is from a different aircraft.8. Airacobra P-39C (58) of 40th PS, 31st PG during exercises in the end of 1941. White crosses were painted with removable paint.The Bell P-39 Airacobra was a fighter aircraft produced by the Bell Aircraft Corporation in the United States during World War II. It was one of the first USAAF (United States Army Air Forces) fighters to be designed around the turbocharged engine, which allowed for optimum performance at high altitudes.The P-39 Airacobra was characterized by some unusual features for a fighter of the time. Its configuration was different from most other fighters in that it had an Allison V-1710 engine mounted in the center of the aircraft, behind the pilot, and a propeller pushing through the tail axle. This configuration allowed the nose to be unencumbered and to accommodate a 37-mm cannon, firing through the propeller hub. This 37 mm M4 cannon was one of its main strengths, but some versions of the P-39 also had additional machine guns and rockets.The P-39 Airacobra was used in several air forces during World War II, including the USAAF and some allied countries such as the Soviet Union and Free France. However, it had limited success as a high-altitude day fighter because of its not very high speed and inferior maneuverability compared to some opposing fighters, such as the Messerschmitt Bf 109 and the Mitsubishi A6M Zero.However, the P-39 found a more suitable role in the Pacific theater of operations as a low- and medium-altitude tactical fighter. It was successfully employed in close air support and ground attack roles, proving most effective in such missions. In theaters where maneuverability and speed were not determining factors, the Airacobra was able to perform well.Overall, the P-39 Airacobra was an aircraft with a fluctuating evolution during the conflict, and its employment and success depended on the specific requirements of the various wartime operations.

 
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B-26 Marauder Decals
SKU PS-72476
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 B-26 Marauder Part 2 1. B-26B-10-MA 41-8322 B/N 64 'Hell's Belle II' flown by Lt JH. Logan of the 439th BS, 319th BG.2. B-26B-25-MA 41-31802 ER-G 'Pappy's Pram' crewed by 2/Lt Stephen J. Eady of the 450th BS, 322nd BG.3. B-26B-55MA 42-96213 H9-C 'Sheboygan Redskin' flown by Lt LP Roystyer of the 586th BS, 394th BG.4. B-26G-15-MA 44-67882 K5-K 'Jay-Walkin Molecule' flown by Lt Thomas C Howard of the 585th BS, 394th BG.The B-26 Marauder was a medium bomber used during World War II. It was designed and manufactured by the Glenn L. Martin Company, a U.S. aerospace company, and was primarily employed by the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF), the air component of the U.S. Army.The B-26 Marauder had its first flight in November 1940 and entered operational service in 1941. It was a twin-engine aircraft with a 7-member crew consisting of a pilot, co-pilot, navigator/bomber, ventral gunner, two side gunners, and a tail gunner.This aircraft was known for its speed and agility, but on the other hand it required more skill on the part of the pilots for takeoff and landing, especially because of its relatively short wings and considerable engine power. The combination of speed and warload capability made the B-26 Marauder an effective aircraft for tactical and strategic bombing during the conflict.The Marauder was used in a variety of roles, including precision bombing, attacks against ships, attacks against infrastructure, and close air support for ground troops. It participated in many military campaigns during World War II, including operational theaters such as Europe, North Africa, and the Pacific.Despite being an effective aircraft, the B-26 Marauder was known to be quite demanding to fly, and during the initial phase of its introduction, it gained a reputation for being dangerous, with a high accident rate. However, with time, safety issues were addressed and resolved, and the Marauder became a safer and more efficient aircraft.The B-26 Marauder continued its service with the USAAF after World War II, but was gradually retired in later years, replaced by more modern aircraft. Nevertheless, the Marauder left a significant impact in the history of military aviation and played an important role in the theater of operations during the war.

 
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Thunderbolt Mk.II Decals
SKU PS-72449
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: United States of America
Period: Dopoguerra
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Thunderbolt Mk.II 1. Thunderbolt Mk.II. Unit: 73 OTU, RAF. Serial: KJ348. Feyid, Egypt.2. Thunderbolt Mk.II, KL 841 EG-U of No 34 Sqn., Zayatkwin, Burma, 1945.3. Thunderbolt Mk.II, KL 399 FL-O of No 81 Sqn., Kemajoram, Java, 1946.4. Thunderbolt Mk.II, KL 308 RS-C of No 30 Sqn., Vizagapatam, India, 1945.5. Thunderbolt Mk.II, KL 858 KW-D of No 615 Sqn., Vizagapatam, India, 1945.The "Thunderbolt Mk.II" is a model fighter aircraft produced by Fairchild-Republic during World War II. Its full name was "Republic P-47 Thunderbolt," but it was often simply called "Thunderbolt" or "P-47."The P-47 Thunderbolt was a powerful fighter-bomber aircraft used primarily by the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF). It was developed in the 1940s and became one of the USAAF's most significant and effective aircraft during the conflict.Characterized by a massive and rugged structure, the Thunderbolt was equipped with a turbocharged radial engine and had a large war load capacity. Because of these features, the aircraft could perform a wide variety of missions, including ground attacks against ground targets, intercepting enemy aircraft and escorting bombers during their raids.The Thunderbolt Mk.II was a variant of the P-47 Thunderbolt produced in Britain by Fairchild-Republic to meet the needs of the Royal Air Force (RAF). The Mk.II was similar to the USAAF's standard model, but with some modifications and improvements to suit RAF requirements and preferences. It was used in action mainly during the final phase of World War II.The P-47 Thunderbolt is remembered for its ruggedness and power, as well as being one of the largest and heaviest piston aircraft ever produced. It proved its effectiveness in numerous battles during the war and became an icon of military aviation at the time.

 
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Sturmartillerie & Pancerjager Decals for Military Vehicles
SKU PS-72451
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/35
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Decals

1/72 Sturmartillerie and Panzerjager Aces 1. Sturmgeschütz lll Ausf.A of SS-Unterscharführer Michael Wittmann, Sturmgeschütyabteilung /SS-Division LSSAH, July 1941,Eastern Foront (Barbarossa).2. Sturmgeschütz lll Ausf.C/D of SS-Sturmbannfuhrer Wilfried Richter, 3rd SS Sturmgeschütz Battalin, 3.SS-Panzer-Division "Totenkopf," April 1942, Demjansk Pocket.3. Sturmgeschütz lll Ausf.B of Oberleutnant Richard Hohenhausen, Chef 2./ Sturmgeschütz-Abteilung 184, May 1942, Eastern Front.4. Sturmgeschütz lll Ausf.E of Oberleutnant Johann Spielmann, Zugführer l.Zug./1./ Sturmgeschütz-Abteilung 197, March 1942, Crimea, Ukraine.5. Sturmgeschütz lll Ausf.F (early) of Oberwachtmeister Johannes Kochanowski, Zugführer 2./ Sturmgeschütz-Abteilung 201, October 1942, Eastern Front.6. Sturmgeschütz lll Ausf.E of Wachtmeister Fritz Amling, Zugführer 3. / Sturmgeschütz-Abteilung 202, November-December 1942, Rzhev, Russia.7. Marder lll (Sd. Kfz. 138) Ausf. H Fgst. 38t of SS-Unterscharführer Alfred Reisch, 1.SS- Panzergrenadier Division LSSAH, Febrary 1943, Kharkov, Ukraine.8. Sturmgeschütz lll Ausf.G (early) of SS-Sturmbannführer Ernst August Krag, Kommandeur SS-StuGAbt 2 "Das Reich," March 1943, Kharkov, Ukraine.9. Marder ll (Sd. Kfz. 131) of Unteroffizier Helmut Kohlke from 3. / Pz.Jg.Abt. 561 in Spring 1943, Eastern Front.10. Sturmgeschütz III Ausf G (early) of Oberwachtmeister Richard Schramm of the 1st batteries/Sturmgeschütz-Abteilung 202, Summer 1943, Sumy area, Ukraine.11Sturmgeschütz lll Ausf.G (early) of Hauptmann Bodo Spranz, Chef, 1st Batterie, Sturmgeschütz-Abteilung 237, September 1943, Jelnya area.12. Ferdinand (SdKfz 184) of Leutnant Heinrich Teriete, Zugführer, schwere Panzerjäger-Abteilung 653, Julu 1943, Kursk/Orel area.13. Ferdinand of Leutnant Hermann Feldheim, 1./schwere Panzerjäger-Abteilung 654, Julu 1943, Kursk/Orel area.14. Nashorn (Sd.Kfz.164) of Leutnant Albert Ernst, Zugführer 1./ schwere Panzerjäger-Abteilung 519, January 1944, Eastern Front/Vitebsk area.12. Ferdinand (SdKfz 184) of Leutnant Heinrich Teriete, Zugführer, schwere Panzerjäger-Abteilung 653, Julu 1943, Kursk/Orel area.13. Nashorn (Sd.Kfz.164) of Leutnant Albert Ernst, Zugführer 1./ schwere Panzerjäger-Abteilung 519, January 1944, Eastern Front/Vitebsk area.Sturmartillerie: The Sturmartillerie was a combined arms of the German Army, specializing in the use of assault guns to support troops during combat operations. Assault guns were armored vehicles armed with large-caliber guns designed to provide close support fire to infantry troops in battle. They were particularly effective in providing suppressive fire against fortified enemy positions and to knock down obstacles as troops advanced.The most famous vehicle used by the German Sturmartillerie was the Sturmgeschütz III (abbreviated as StuG III). This armored vehicle was based on the hull of the Panzer III tank and mounted a 75 mm cannon. The StuG III became one of Germany's most produced and used vehicles during World War II, proving crucial in infantry support and troop protection on the battlefield.Panzerjäger: The term "Panzerjäger" in German means "tank hunter." The Panzerjäger were units that specialized in using anti-tank weapons and armored vehicles to counter the advance of enemy tanks. These units were equipped with anti-tank guns, assault guns or other light armored vehicles designed to shoot down enemy tanks and provide support to troops deployed on the battlefield.A famous example of a Panzerjäger was the "Jagdpanzer IV" tank destroyer. Based on the hull of the Panzer IV tank, the Jagdpanzer IV mounted a 75 mm anti-tank gun and had a low silhouette to reduce exposure to enemy fire. This vehicle proved to be an advanced threat against opposing tanks while having some properties possessed to its hull and mobility.Both of these units, the Sturmartillerie and the Panzerjäger, played important roles in German combat tactics in WWII.

 
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SPAD S.XIII Decals
SKU PS-72471
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: France
Period: WWI
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 SPAD S.XIII 1. SPAD S.XIII S.4523. Captain Edward V Rickenbacker ?O, 94th Aero Squadron USAS. Summer 1918. Source: Aircam SPAD Scouts S.VII-XIII2. SPAD Xlll, No. S18869, pilot Jacques Michael Swaab, 22 Aero Sqn, winter 1918-1919.3. SPAD Xlll, No. S7689. Arthur Raymond Brooks. Recommended for Medal of Honor, downgraded to Distinguished Service Cross. His ACTUAL AIRCRAFT from WWI ("SMITH IV") is on display at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC. 4. SPAD Xlll S7522 of 1Lt Martinus Stenseth 28th Aero Squadron, October 1918.5. SPAD S.XIII S.7714. Captain Robert Soubiran CO, 103rd Aero Squadron USAS November 1918. Source: via GVW.6. SPAD S.XIII S.4606. 1/Lt Raymond 'Jerry' Seevers CO, A Flight 139th. USAS Postwar Aero Squadron. Source: OTF 7/2.The SPAD S.XIII was a famous fighter aircraft developed in France during World War I. It was produced by the company Société Pour L'Aviation et ses Dérivés (SPAD), hence the name of the aircraft.The SPAD S.XIII was designed by Louis Béchereau and entered service in 1917, representing a significant evolution of earlier SPAD fighter aircraft models. It was a single-seat fighter with a robust and well-designed structure. It was equipped with a synchronized machine gun that fired through the propeller and could reach high speeds compared to aircraft of the time.This aircraft became one of the most famous and important fighters employed during World War I. It was used mainly by the Aéronautique Militaire, the French Air Force, but was also used by other Allied air forces, such as the American Expeditionary Force of the United States and the Imperial Russian Air Service of Russia.The SPAD S.XIII was known for its maneuverability, speed, and firepower. It was used in enemy aerial fighter missions and close air support for ground troops. Many famous pilots fought on the S.XIII and some of them achieved several aerial victories, becoming aviation aces.After the end of World War I, the SPAD S.XIII was gradually withdrawn from active service as new fighter aircraft models emerged in the post-war period. However, its role and importance in the history of military aviation were remarkable, and the SPAD S.XIII is considered one of the great fighter planes of World War I. Today, some original examples and replicas can be admired in museums and historical aircraft collections.

 
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Russian Air Force Losses Decals
SKU PS-72457
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: Russia
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Russian Air Force Losses in the 2022 Ukraine Invasion 1. Sukhoi Su-25 SM, RF-93026, Rer 08.2. Sukhoi Su-25 SM, RF-91969, Rer 10.3. Sukhoi Su-25 SM, RF-91961, Red 07.4. Sukhoi Su-34, Red 24, possible 47th Combined Aviation Regiment.5. Sukhoi Su-34, Red 06, RF-95070, possible 47th Combined Aviation Regiment.6. An-26, RF-36074, Blue 19.7. Mi-24P RF-94966, Blue 24.8. Mi-8AMTSh, RF-91165, Blue 58, 39th Helicopter Regiment, Dzhankoy Air Base, Crimea.9. Kamov Ka-52, RF-13411, Red 76.10. Kamov Ka-52, RF-13409, Red 74

 
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Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5 Decals
SKU PS-72467
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: Japan
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.51. S.E. 5a. Captain Albert Ball 56 Squadron R.F.C. France 1917.2. RAF S.E.5a (D3511) of No 40 Squadron was flown by Major Roderic Stanley Dallas, the leading Australian Ace with fifty-one victories.3. S.E.5a (C1904) of No85 Squadron at Omer during June of 1918.4. S.E.5a (F8040) of the 25th Aero Squadron, United States Air Service, Toul, France in November of 1918. Pilot was lt Raymond C Watts.5. S.E.5a of the 94Squadron (Pursuit),United States Air Service, Texas 1920. Because of the heat of the Texas sun S.E.5as were of ten flown with the top engine panel removed.6. S.E. 5a (F5481) a presentation aircraft paid for by the 16th Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment.The Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5 was a single-seat fighter aircraft developed in the United Kingdom during World War I. The name "S.E.5" stood for "Scout Experimental 5" as it was part of a series of reconnaissance and experimental fighter aircraft developed by the Royal Aircraft Factory.The S.E.5 was designed by Harry Folland, John Kenworthy and Frederick Henry Sykes and made its first flight in November 1916. It was a sturdy and well-built aircraft, equipped with a powerful aero engine that gave it good speed and maneuverability compared to other aircraft of the time.During World War I, the S.E.5 entered service with the Royal Flying Corps (RFC), the British Air Force of the time, and became one of the main fighters employed by the Allies to counter enemy aircraft. It was equipped with synchronized machine gun armament firing through the propeller, allowing the pilot to fire directly forward without damaging the propeller.The S.E.5 was well regarded by its pilots for its flight performance, ruggedness, and ability to successfully deal with enemy fighter aircraft. Many S.E.5 pilots achieved several aerial victories during the conflict, demonstrating the aircraft's effectiveness in countering the threat of enemy aircraft.After the end of World War I, the S.E.5 was gradually withdrawn from active service and replaced by more modern aircraft. However, its contribution to the war and its influence in the development of future fighter aircraft were significant. Today, some original examples and replicas of the S.E.5 are still extant and can be seen in museums and aviation-related historical events.

 
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Republic F-105 Thunderchief Decals
SKU PS-72462
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Republic F-105 Thunderchief Part 31. Republic F-105D Thunderchief 58-1158 of the 335 TFS, 4 TFW in 1965. Natural metal overall with OD anti-glare panels, Indian head on fuselage. Green nose and fin bands outlined in white.TAC 'Lightning' badge on fin band.2. Republic F-105D Thunderchief 61-0192 of the 18 TFW in 1964. Natural metal overall with OD anti-glare panels. Yellow nose band. Pacific Air Force badge on fin.3. Republic F-105D Thunderchief 61-0054 of the 12 TFS, 18 TFW in 1965. Natural metal overall with OD anti-glare panels. TAC 'Lightning' badge on fit. Fin stripe has three rows of blue and white checks.4. Republic F-105D Thunderchief 61-0140 of the 23 TFW in 1964. Natural metal overall with OD anti-glare panels. Tactical Air Command 'Lightning' badge on, lin. Exercise 'Goldfish' markings of three OD stripes on rear fuselage.The Republic F-105 Thunderchief was a famous supersonic fighter and fighter-bomber aircraft developed by the Republic Aviation Corporation in the United States of America. Entering service in the 1950s, the F-105 was one of the key aircraft used by the United States Air Force (USAF) during the Vietnam War.The Thunderchief was designed as a tactical fighter-bomber capable of performing a variety of missions, including ground attacks against enemy targets and air suppression missions. It was designed to be an aircraft of high speed and high maneuverability, capable of flying at speeds above sound (supersonic).The F-105 Thunderchief had a distinctive design, with a large delta wing, a wide fuselage, and a single turbojet engine in the rear section. It was capable of carrying a substantial war load, including air-to-ground missiles, bombs and rockets, making it a versatile aircraft for ground attack missions.

 
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Messerschmitt Me-109G-6 Decals
SKU PS-72455
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Messerschmitt Me-109G-6 1. Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 (Red 4) of Oberfeldwebel Rudolf Trenkel 2/JG 52 . Poltava, July 1943.2. Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 (White 1) 1.JG 77 "Herzas," Sicily 1943.3. Messerschmitt BF 109G-6, "yellow 7," Wilhelm Lemke, 9./JG 3 Bad Worishofen, Germany 1943.4. Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 6/JG 52 Bagerovo (Russian Front), December 1943.5. Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 of IV./JG 5 "Eismeer" Petsamo (Finland), December 1943.6. Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 of Stab/JG 52. Russian front, winter 1943-1944. Pilot: Oberleutnant Dietrich Hrabak.7. Me 109G-6 of 5./JG 53 "Pikas" Vienna (Austria), January 1944. Pilot: Oberfeldwebel Herbert Rollwage.8. Me 109G-6 of I/JG 300. Helsinki-Malmi (Finland), March 1944.9. Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 of the Geschwaderadjutant of JG 51. Eastern Front, spring 1944.10. Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 of 2/JG 301 Germany, winter 1944.11. Me 109G-6 of Stab I./ JG 27. Fels-am-Wagram (Austria), May 1944. Pilot: Hauptmann (captain) Ludwig Franzisket, Gruppenkommandeur (group commander)12. Me 109G-6 of 2/JG 300. Red 6 Germany summer 1944.13. Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6 of 3/JG 300. Yellow 4 Bonn-Hangelar (Germany), spring 1944.14. Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6 of JG 300 Germany March 1944. Pilot: Leutnant Dieterle.15. Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6 of 4.JG51 White 7 Elias Kuehlein Radomir Bulgaria Jun 1944. The Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6 was a variant of the famous German Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighter aircraft used during World War II. The Bf 109 was one of the most significant fighters used by the Luftwaffe, the German Air Force, during the conflict.The Bf 109G-6 variant was one of the most produced and widely used versions of the Bf 109. Its development began in 1942 as an improvement and upgrade over previous versions of the Bf 109, with the aim of improving the aircraft's performance and handling.The Bf 109G-6 was powered by a Daimler-Benz DB 605 engine, which gave it greater power and speed than previous versions. It also had improved armament, with cannons and machine guns mounted in the nose of the plane.During its operational career, the Bf 109G-6 was employed in several battles and theaters of war, including the Eastern Front against the Soviet Union and the Western Front against Allied forces. Although it was a formidable and fearsome fighter, towards the end of the war, the numerical and technological superiority of the Allies began to prevail, making it difficult for the Bf 109G-6 to compete with more modern opposing aircraft.Despite this, the Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6 played a significant role in German military aviation history and remains an iconic aircraft of World War II. After the war, some surviving examples were used in various countries as training aircraft and for air police duties. Today, some Bf 109G-6s have been restored and are still flying as historic aircraft.

 
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Junkers JU 86 Decals
SKU PS-72454
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Junkers JU 86 1. Ju.86D-1. Unit: 5./KG 254. Serial: 42+F25. Eschwege, Germany, September 1937.2. Junkers B.3D (Ju.86K-13) "Arianne". Unit: Flygflottilj F17. Serial: M/17. Ronneby, Sweden, 1944. Ju87K's served from 1937 till 1958 in the air force. Modified B-3 used by F17 for a short period.3. Ju.86E. Unit: unknown. Serial: 26-2.The Junkers Ju 86 was a bombing and transport aircraft developed by Junkers Flugzeug- und Motorenwerke AG during the 1930s. It was a twin-engine aircraft with an inverted gull-wing configuration, and was designed to meet the requirements of the German air force, the Luftwaffe, and other foreign air forces.The Ju 86 made its first flight in November 1934 and was introduced into service with the Luftwaffe in 1936. It was initially used as a reconnaissance aircraft, but was later converted to various roles, including light bombing, passenger transport, and cargo transport.This aircraft was distinguished by its unique wing configuration, with the wings mounted high on the fuselage, and two engines mounted in nacelles on the underside of the wings. This configuration gave the plane a distinctive appearance and helped improve the pilot's visibility during flight.During World War II, the Ju 86 was used for reconnaissance, maritime patrol, and air transport missions. However, its design and performance were now obsolete compared to modern combat aircraft and it was gradually withdrawn from active service. Despite this, some Ju 86s continued to be used in minor roles until the end of the war.In summary, the Junkers Ju 86 was a twin-engine bombing and transport aircraft developed in the 1930s, used mainly by the Luftwaffe during World War II, but its role became marginal due to technological advances and new generations of combat aircraft.

 
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Hwker Hurricane Aces Decals
SKU PS-72472
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Hurricane Aces in the Mediterranean & Africa. Part 2 1. Hurricane Mk. I (Trop), W9298/X, 33 Squadron RAF, flown by S/Ldr E. A. Howell, Maleme, Crete, May 1941.2. Hurricane Mk. I, W9349/F "Pride of Ceylon," 213 Squadron RAF, flown by P/O J. Stowrey, Famagusta, Cyprus, October 1941.3. Hurricane Mk. I, Z4223/V, 213 Squadron RAF, flown by F/OG.H.Westlake, Nicosia, Cyprus, October 1941.4. Hurricane Mk. I, V7599/YK-Q, 80 Squadron RAF, possibly flown by Sgt. E.W.F. Hewett, Eleusis, Greece, March 1941.5. Hurricane Mk. IIB, BD897/WG-P, 128 Squadron RAF, flown by S/L Billy Drake, Hastings, Sierra Leone, December 1941.6. Sea Hurricane Mk. Ib, Z4550/6G, 800 Naval Air Squadron, HMS Indomitable, flown by Lt. Cdr. J. M. Bruen, August 1942.7. Hurricane Mk. IIa, BV163/HA-F, 126 and 185 Squadron RAF, flown by F/Sgt G. Tweedale, Takali, Malta, March 1942.8. Hurricane Mk. I (Trop), V7544/TP-S, 73 Squadron RAF, flown by F/O James E. Storrar, Gazala, Libya, February 1941.9. Hurricane Mk. I (Trop), V7780/"Alma Baker Malaya," 33 Squadron RAF, flown by F/L L. C. Wade, Gambut, Libya, February 1942.10. Hurricane Mk.I trop P2638, 274 Sqaudron RAF, Gerawala April-May 1941. Artowrk by:Zbyszek Malicki."Hurricane Aces" refers to the fighter pilots who achieved a significant number of aerial victories during World War II while flying one of the most famous fighter planes of the time, the Hawker Hurricane.The Hawker Hurricane was a British monoplane fighter developed in the 1930s, and was one of the main fighters used by the Royal Air Force (RAF) during the Battle of Britain against the German Luftwaffe in 1940. Its design included a strong metal frame and fixed wings, which gave it good maneuverability and strength, but it had lower speed than German fighter planes such as the Messerschmitt Bf 109.Despite this, Hurricane pilots showed great courage and skill during the Battle of Britain, shooting down numerous enemy aircraft. The Hurricane, along with the Spitfire, the other famous British fighter of the time, was instrumental in the defense of the United Kingdom against German air attacks and in the British victory in the Battle of Britain.

 
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Hwker Hurricane Aces Decals
SKU PS-72458
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Hawker Hurricane Aces in the Mediterranean & Africa. Part 1 1. Hurricane Mk. I (Trop), L1669, "Colly'sBattleship," 80 and 274 Squadrons RAF, flown by various aces, El Amiriya, Egypt, August 1940.2. Hurricane Mk. I (Trop), P3729, 33 Squadron RAF, flown by F/O V.C. Woodward, Fuka, Egypt, October 1940.3. Hurricane Mk. I (Trop), P2643/YK, 274 Squadron RAF, flown by S/L P. H. Dunn, Amtiya, Egypt, Aug. to Nov. 1940.4. Hurricane Mk.I(Trop), V7474/A, 261 Squadron, flown by Flt Lt J. A. F. MacLachlan and Sqt. F N Robertson, Malta, November 1940.5. Hurricane Mk.I(Trop), P3731/J, 261 Squadron RAF, flown by Sgt. F. Robertson, Luqa, Malta, Aug. 1940 to Jan. 1941.6. Hurricane Mk. I(Trop), V7562/TP-A, 73 Squadron RAF, flown by Sgt. A. E. Marshall, Sidi Haneish, Egypt, Jan. 1941.7. Hurricane Mk.I(Trop), 284/J, 3 Squadron SAAF, flown by Lt. Robert Kershaw to rescue top SAAF ace Cpt. J. Frost,Degehabur, Ethiopia, March 1941.8. Hurricane Mk.I(Trop), P3967/OS-B, 3 Squadron RAAF, flown by F/Lt Jock Perrin, Benina, Libya, March 1941.9. Hurricane Mk.I(Trop), Z4932/OL-B, 806 NAS, flown by Sub/Lt. M. F. Fell, Magdalena, Libya, December 1941.10. Hurricane Mk. I (Trop), V7419/NW, 33 Squadron RAF, flown by S/LdrMarmaduke Thomas St John Pattle, Larissa, Greece, April 1941.11. Hurricane Mk. I (Trop), V7419/NW, 33 Squadron RAF, flown by S/LdrMarmaduke Thomas St John Pattle, Larissa, Greece, April 1941."Hurricane Aces" refers to the fighter pilots who achieved a significant number of aerial victories during World War II while flying one of the most famous fighter planes of the era, the Hawker Hurricane.The Hawker Hurricane was a British monoplane fighter developed in the 1930s, and was one of the main fighters used by the Royal Air Force (RAF) during the Battle of Britain against the German Luftwaffe in 1940. Its design included a strong metal frame and fixed wings, which gave it good maneuverability and strength, but it had lower speed than German fighter planes such as the Messerschmitt Bf 109.Despite this, Hurricane pilots showed great courage and skill during the Battle of Britain, shooting down numerous enemy aircraft. The Hurricane, along with the Spitfire, the other famous British fighter of the time, was instrumental in the defense of the United Kingdom against German air attacks and in the British victory in the Battle of Britain.

 
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Handley Page Halifax Decals
SKU PS-72453
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Handley Page Halifax Part 4 1. Halifax B.Mk.VI RG596/HD-T 'Trixie'. 466 Squadron, Driffield, 1945.2. Halifax B.Mk.Vl. RG645/M. French Air Force, Sudan, 1947.3. Halifax Mk. VII (serial NP707) was delivered to No. 432 Squadron where it was marked "QO-W" and flew its first operation on 11 July 44 to Thiverney. The aircraft completed 67 operations with the squadron, 24 of them by P/O A. Potter and crew. Perhaps they were the crew who gave her the name "Willie The Wolf."The Handley Page Halifax was a British heavy bomber used during World War II. It was one of the main Royal Air Force (RAF) bombers employed in strategic bombing operations during the conflict.The Halifax's first flight occurred in 1939, and the bomber entered service with the RAF in 1941. It was a four-engine aircraft with a large fuselage and a wing with high aspect ratio. It was capable of carrying heavy war loads and flying over long distances, making it suitable for long-distance bombing missions.The Halifax was used in several variants, including versions for day and night bombing, troop and supply transport, photo reconnaissance, and electronic warfare operations.During World War II, the Handley Page Halifax actively participated in bombing operations against Axis forces, including raids on German territory and in Nazi-occupied areas. It played a significant role in RAF operations during the strategic bombing campaign.Although the Halifax was a reliable bomber capable of withstanding significant damage, its vulnerability to attacks by enemy fighters and enemy anti-aircraft defenses made it subject to heavy losses during the war.After World War II, the Halifax was gradually withdrawn from active service and replaced by more modern aircraft. Nevertheless, its contribution to bombing operations during the conflict and its historical role remain important in British aviation history.

 
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Grumman F6F Hellcat Decals
SKU PS-72452
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Grumman F6F Hellcat 1. F6F-3 No,17 flown by Lt(jg) Harold E 'Handsome Hal' Vita of VF-9, USS Essex, September, 1943.2. F6F-3 No.24 flown by Lt(jg) Gene Valencia of VF-9, USS Essex, February, 1944.3. F6F-3 BuNo.08905 No.7 flown by Cdr Paul D. Buie of VF-16, USS Lexington, March, 1944.4. F6F-3 No,32 flown by LtJg Alexander Vraciu of VF-16, USS Lexington, June 21, 1944.5. F6F-3 BuNo.66171 No.23 flown by LtCdr Sam L. Silber of VF-18, USS Bunker Hill, 11 November, 1943. 7 Kills.6. F6F-3 No.99 'Sally Darlin' flown by Cdr Joseph C. 'Jumping Joe' Clifton of VF-12, USS Saratoga, 5 November, 1943.7. F6F-3 BuNo.41405 No.12 flown by Lt N.T. Duberstein of VF-1, USS Yorktown, 3 June, 1944.8. F6F-5 No,71 flown by Lt Leo B. McCuddin of VF-20, USS Enterprise, October. 1944 5 Kills.9. F6F-5 BuNo.58468 No,69 flown by LtJg Melvin 'Pritch' Prichard of VF-20, USS Enterprise, October 12. 1944. 5.25 Kills.10. F6F-5 BuNo.70149 No.10 flown by LtCdr Roger W. Mehle CO of VF-28, USS Monterey, October, 1944.The Grumman F6F Hellcat was a famous fighter aircraft developed and produced by the Grumman Corporation during World War II. It was a naval fighter aircraft used primarily by the United States Navy (US Navy) in the 1940s and played a crucial role in Pacific theater air operations during the war.The F6F Hellcat was designed to replace the Grumman F4F Wildcat, a lighter, less high-performance fighter used early in the war. The main objective of the Hellcat design was to create a faster fighter aircraft with longer range and greater war load capacity than its predecessor.The aircraft featured a strong structure and a large wing, which gave it excellent stability and maneuverability. The engine was a Pratt & Whitney R-2800 radial, which provided the power needed to reach high speeds.The F6F Hellcat entered operational service in 1943 and quickly became one of the most fearsome and respected fighters of the conflict. It was well armed, with six 12.7 mm machine guns mounted in the wings, and could be equipped with rockets and bombs for ground attack missions. Its air superiority proved crucial during the battles in the Pacific, contributing to the defeat of many Japanese air forces and contributing to Allied air supremacy.The Grumman F6F Hellcat racked up a considerable number of air victories during the war, contributing significantly to the success of Allied operations. It was widely used not only by the U.S. Navy, but also by the British Royal Navy and other Allied air forces.After World War II, the F6F Hellcat was gradually replaced by more modern jet aircraft, but its historical impact and its status as one of the most famous fighters in aviation history remain unforgettable.

 
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Grumman EA-6B Prowlers Decals
SKU PS-72450
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: United States of America
Period: Dopoguerra
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Grumman EA-6B Prowlers Part 3 1. EA-6B Prowler BuNo. 162934 AA 500 of VAQ-132 'Scorpions'2. EA-6B Prowler BuNo. 162934 AA 623 of VAQ-132 'Scorpions'3. EA-6B Prowler BuNo. 162938 NL 620 of VAQ-142 'Grey Wolves'4. EA-6B Prowler BuNo. 160432 CB 01 of VMAQ-1 'Banshees'The Grumman EA-6B Prowler was an electronic warplane produced by the Grumman Corporation, a U.S. aircraft company. The Prowler was developed from a version of the A-6 Intruder attack aircraft and was used primarily by the United States Navy and the United States Marines.The main role of the Grumman EA-6B Prowler was to suppress enemy electronic threats and provide electronic support to military operations. It was equipped with sophisticated electronic equipment, including electronic warfare systems, which enabled it to intercept, identify and neutralize or disrupt enemy radar signals, communications and other electronic equipment.The EA-6B Prowler operated in several variants during its career. It was one of the U.S. Navy's most important and well-known electronic warfare aircraft and played a crucial role in many military operations, including support for operations during the Vietnam War, the Gulf War, the invasion of Iraq, and other international missions.The Grumman EA-6B Prowler demonstrated great versatility and electronic suppression capability in hostile and high-threat environments. However, it was retired from active service in 2015 and replaced by the Boeing EA-18G Growler, an electronic warfare fighter based on the F/A-18 Super Hornet model. The Growler was developed to carry on the tradition and capabilities of the Prowler in electronic warfare for the U.S. military.

 
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F-4D Phantom II Decals
SKU PS-72456
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: Thailandia
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 McDonnel Douglas F-4D Phantom II 1. F-4D-29-MC. Unit: 497th TFS "Night Owls," USAF. Serial: FP (66-0239). Ubon RTAFB, Thailand, in 1970. Later it was sold to South Korea.2. F-4D-31-MC. Serial: 66-7763 FG 'Carol II' flown by Maj Wendell R. Keller and 1/Lt Virgil K. Meroney III of the 433rd TFS, 8th TFW, Ubon, Thailand, Ubon Thailand, 1968.3. F-4D-30-MC. Serial: 66-7639 FG flown by Capt Albin E. Lucki and 1/Lt Robert A. Gomez of the 433rd TFS, 8th TFW, Ubon, Thailand, April 23, 1970.4. F-4D-32-MC. Serial: 66-8777 FA flown by LtCol Robert L. Standerwick and Maj Norbert A. Gotner of the 25th TFS, 8th TFW, Ubon, Thailand, 3 February, 1971.5. F-4D-29-MC. Serial: 66-0249 FY flown by Maj Everett T. Raspberry Jr and Capt Francis M. Gullick of the 555th TFS, 8th TFW, Ubon, Thailand, June 5, 1967.6. F-4D-28-MC. Serial: 66-7463 OY flown by Capt Richard S. Ritchie and Capt Charles B. DeBellevue of the 665th TFS, 432nd TRW, Udorn, Thailand, August 28, 1972.7. F-4D-32-MC. Serial: 66-8727 OC 'Casper' assigned to C/C A1C Samuel W. Lassiter Jr., 1972-1973 & Pilot Captain Bill Riemer, 1969-1970 of the 13th TFS, 432nd TRW, Udorn, Thailand.8. F-4D-30-MC. Serial: 66-7601 FO flown by Maj Joseph D. Moore and 1/Lt George H. McKinney of the 435th TFS, 8th TFW, Ubon, Thailand, December 19, 1967.9. F-4D-32-MC. Serial: 66-8727 OC 'AWOL' flown by Capt Doyle D. Baker USMC and 1/Lt John D. Ryan Jr of the 13th TFS, 432nd TRW, Udorn, Thailand, December 17, 1967.10. F-4D-29-MC "Miss Martha". Unit: 555th TFS, 432nd TFW, USAF. Serial: OY (66-0267) Crew: pilot - Capt John A.Madden, operator - Capt.Charles DeBellevue. Udorn, Thailand. On September 9th, 1972 they shot down two J-6 (MiG-19).The McDonnell Douglas F-4D Phantom II was a famous fighter aircraft and interceptor fighter primarily used by the United States Air Force (USAF) during and after the Vietnam War. It was one of the variants of the popular McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II fighter.The F-4D was an improved version of the earlier F-4C, designed to meet the challenges of modern air combat and to adapt to changing operational requirements. Its first flight took place in December 1965.This plane was a twin-engine aircraft with tandem crew seating, and was known for its ruggedness and versatility. It was capable of high speeds, was well armed with air-to-air missiles and cannons, and could carry a wide range of war payloads, including bombs and rockets for ground attack missions.During the Vietnam War, the F-4D Phantom II was used extensively in air interception and ground attack missions. Its effectiveness in combat earned it a reputation as a powerful fighter. However, the F-4D also showed some limitations, such as the lack of internal cannons that were later resolved in later versions of the Phantom II.The F-4D continued its service with the USAF after the Vietnam War, participating in various military operations and conflicts around the world. It was gradually replaced by more modern combat aircraft models, but some examples were used in training and support roles until more recent times.The McDonnell Douglas F-4D Phantom II played a significant role in military aviation history and remains one of the most iconic and recognizable combat aircraft of the 20th century. Today, a number of F-4D examples are still in service with some air forces and are highly valued as historic aircraft at air shows and museums.

 
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F-15J Eagle Decals
SKU PS-72468
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: Japan
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 F-15J Eagle 204 Sq. 10th Anniversary 1. F-15J Eagle 204 Sq. 10th Anniversary 32-8826The F-15J Eagle is a variant of the famous American McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle fighter produced under license by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries for the Japan Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF). It is an air superiority and interceptor fighter known for its excellent performance and maneuverability.

 
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F-15J Eagle Decals
SKU PS-72470
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: Japan
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 F-15J 60-th Anniversary Part 2 F-15J Eagle JASDF, 201st Tactical Fighter Squadron "Fighting Bears," 60th Anniversary Edition 2014The F-15J Eagle is a variant of the famous American McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle fighter produced under license by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries for the Japan Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF). It is an air superiority and interceptor fighter known for its excellent performance and maneuverability.

 
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F-15 Mitsubishi F-15J Eagle White Dragon Decals
SKU PS-72466
Brand PRINT SCALE
Nation: Japan
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 F-15 Mitsubishi F-15J Eagle White Dragon1. F-15J Eagle 72-8963 Shiro Ruyu White Dragon 303rd TFS 6th AW Japan Air Self-Defense Force JASDF Komatsu Air Base TAC Meet 2003.The F-15J Eagle is a variant of the famous American McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle fighter produced under license by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries for the Japan Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF). It is an air superiority and interceptor fighter known for its excellent performance and maneuverability.

 
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