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032004 Messerschmitt Bf109G-2/R-6 “black 11″ rrp 7,80€
15.(Kroat.)./JG52, Eastern front 1942.
This aircraft, flown by Croatian ace major Vladimir Ferenčina (11 victories), was possibly made as Bf109G-2/trop, according to tropical filter attachment points on the engine cowling. Note also that digits of number “11″ are not of the same shape and size, thus leading to posibillity that they were painted in different times. There were also remains of original factory codes on the fuselage
Recomended kit: Hasegawa
032003 Fi-156C “4103″ rrp 6,30€
1st Air Base, Borongaj, Zagreb, Croatia, Autumn 1944
There is only a few data on this Fi-156C. The airplane was painted in standard German camouflage scheme consisting of colors RLM70 and RLM71 on the upper surfaces and RLM65 on the lower surfaces. The airplane was wearing markings of Independent State of Croatia Air Force, with 1st Air Base sign on the engine cowling, and yellow tactical marking only on the underside of the nose. The marking on the upper surface of the right wing was larger that it should be, i.e. not painted according to official rules at the time.
Recommended kit: Hasegawa
032002 MiG-21bis “106″ rrp 7,80€ Only 19 left!
21st FS, Croatian Air Force, Joint exercise (Croatian Air Force & US Air Force), Pula, Croatia, May 2002.
MiG-21bis „106“ joined Croatian Air Force during nineties of the last century, and participated in operations for liberation of occupied parts of Croatia during Croatian war for independence, including Operation Storm. It also participated in joint exercises with US Navy and with US Air Force. You can find some photos from this exercises in the “Croatian soldier” gallery here and here.
These decals show the airplane as it appeared during joint exercise with US Air Force during May 2002 in Pula, Croatia. Full markings and stencils are included. Note that the airplane had a squared side windshield, an AFK housing in front of the cockpit and a small bubble behind the canopy, on the left side only.
Recommended kit: Trumpeter MiG-21MF.
Some modelling skills will be required to convert MiG-21MF to MiG-21bis.
21st FS, Croatian Air Force, Joint exercise „Safe Sky“ (Croatian Air Force & US Navy), Pula, Croatia, November 2000.
MiG-21UM „160“, Croatian Air Force veteran and the only Croatian two seated MiG from the nineties of the last century adorned with 1st FS (later 21st FS) badges on the nose.
The airplane participated in operations for liberation of occupied parts of Croatia during Croatian war for independence, including Operation Storm. It also participated in joint exercises with US Navy and with US Air Force, and some US fighter pilots had chance to fly in this MiG during those exercises. You can find some photos of this airplane from May 2002 in the “Croatian soldier” gallery here.
These decals show the airplane as it appeared during joint exercise with US Navy during November 2000 in Pula, Croatia. Full markings and stencils are included. Reviews of this decal set can be found here and here.
Recommended kit: Trumpeter MiG-21UM.