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BM-W03 JG-54 COLORFULL EMILS 1/48 NEW

Jagdgeschwader 54 (JG 54) Grünherz (Green Hearts) was a Luftwaffe fighter wing during the Second World War. It was known as the Green Hearts Wing, and it was the second highest scoring wing of all time, JG 52 being the highest. JG 54 flew on the Eastern Front, racking up over 9,600 kills, with aces such as Walter Nowotny, Otto Kittel, Freiherr Peter Grunhertz, Hans Phips Philipp, Gunther Lutzow, Emil Bully Lang (Lang holds the record for most kills in a day,18), Max-Hellmuth Ostermann, Dietrich Hrabak, Werner Schroer and Hannes Trautloft being the most famous Experten.
JG 54 was known for its non-standard camouflage schemes, similar to what most Luftwaffe medium bomber (Kampfgeschwader) wings already used from early in World War II. For example, Bf-109F-4's on the Leningrad front 1941–42 were painted in black-greendark-green splinter finish with yellow under cowling and under the wing tips. (wikipedia)

Decals for:

Bf-109 E3 "White Chevron", flown by Hptm. Hubertus Von Bonin, I/JG.54, Eindhoven, 1940
Bf-109 E1 Red 7, flown by unknown pilot, II/JG.54, Herzogenaurach, 1939
Bf-109 E3 White 7, flown by Maj. Reinhard Seiler, I/JG.54, Western front, 1940
Bf-109 E3 White 11, flown by unknown pilot, I/JG.54, Western front, 1940
Bf-109 E1 or E3 Yellow 1, flown by Oblt. Hans Schmoller-Haldy, I/JG.54, Western front, 1940

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BM-14403 F-104 MICRO STARFIGHTERS NEW

The Lockheed F-104 Starfighter is a single-engine, high-performance, supersonic interceptor aircraft originally developed for the United States Air Force (USAF) by Lockheed. One of the Century Series of aircraft, it was operated by the air forces of more than a dozen nations from 1958 to 2004. The F-104 served with the USAF from 1958 until 1969, and continued with Air National Guard units until 1975. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) flew a small mixed fleet of F-104 types in supersonic flight tests and spaceflight programs until 1994.[2] USAF F-104Cs saw service during the Vietnam War, and F-104A aircraft were deployed by Pakistan briefly during the Indo-Pakistani wars. Republic of China Air Force (Taiwan) F-104s also engaged the People's Liberation Army Air Force (China) over the disputed island of Quemoy. The operational service of the Starfighter ended with its retirement by the Italian Air Force in May 2004. A total of 2,578 Starfighters were eventually produced, mostly by NATO members. (wikipedia)

Decals for:

F-104G, #63-13243, USAF 69th FS, 58th TTW, Luke AB, 1982
TF-104G, #5756, USAF 69th FS, 58th TTW, Luke AB, 1977
F-104G, #62-12345, Royal Danish AF, ESK 726, Aalborg AB, 1986
TF-104G, #63-12683, Royal Danish AF, ESK 726, Aalborg AB, 1984
F-104G, #36-8540, JASDF, 203rd Sqn., 2nd Air Wing, Chitose AB, 1981
TF-104G, #36-5014, JASDF, 203rd Sqn., 2nd Air Wing, Chitose AB, 1981
F-104G, #3-07, Italian AF, 3 Stormo, 132 Gruppo, Aviano AB, 1984
TF-104G, #MM54556, Italian AF, 4 Stormo, Aviano AB, 1994
F-104G, #9121/FX72, Belgium AF Aerobatic team SLIVERS,1st Wing, Koksijde AB, 1974
TF-104G, #5108/FC11, Belgium AF, Koksijde AB,1987

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BM-7211 Mi-8 BALKAN VETERANS

The Mil Mi-8 is a Soviet-designed medium twin-turbine Transport helicopter. There are also armed gunship versions. The Mi-8 is among the world's most-produced helicopters, used by over 50 countries. Russia is the main producer and the largest operator of the type. Robust and versatile helikopter found a place in Yugoslavian Air Force squadrons.

The Yugoslav Air Force bought 24 Mi-8T (Hip C) transport helicopters from May 1968 to May 1969 to equip two squadrons of the newly formed 119th transport regiment from Niš military airport, each squadron with 12 helicopters. Subsequently, from 1973 to the early 1980s, Yugoslavia purchased more Mi-8T helicopters to re-equip two squadrons of 111th regiment from Pleso military airport near Zagreb and the 790th squadron from Divulje military airport near Split, which was under the command of the Yugoslav Navy. In total, the Yugoslav Air Force received 92 Mi-8T transport helicopters from Soviet Union, known formally to the military as the HT-40, while local modification of several helicopters into electronic warfare variants produced the HT-40E. Some 40 helicopters were equipped for firefighting operations.

Decals for:

Mi-8T #12241 Jugoslav AF,138th Transport Aviation Brigade, Batajnica AF, 1991
Mi-8TV #12239 Jugoslav AF, 111th Aviation Brigade, Pleso AF, 1991
Mi-8MT #305 Macedonian AF,301st Transport Helicopter Squadron, Petrovec AB, 2006
Mi-17 #301 Macedonian AF, 301st Transport Helicopter Squadron, Petrovec AB, 2007
Mi-8MTV #1803, Bosnian and Croat Federation AF, Raljevac AB, 1999
Mi-8T #12269 SERBIAN AF, 890th Mixed Helicopter Squadron, Batajnica AB, 2011
Mi-8T #12205 ”Vrček”(Ex Jugoslav seized by the Slovenian Army), Rakicani sports airfield, 1991
Mi-8T #H-101, Croatian AF, Mixed Helicopter Squadron, Lučko AB, 1992/93

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BM-7211 FINAL FLIGHT OVER THE BALKANS

At the end of the 20th century conflicts betwen different ethnic groups and nationalities united under Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia lead to the boilng point. Nato as a main military power in the region intervened with man, equipment and sources. The main goal was to resolve religious and political conflicts without casualities and material damage. Airpower played a significant part in resolving conflicts betwen different sides. In the line of duty many aircrafts were hit or damaged by Serbian air defence. Decal set Final flight over the Balkans cover five NATO aircrafts that were downed or damaged in Yugoslav wars, a series of wars fought in Yugoslavia in the 1990s.

Decals for:

F-16C, Block 40D, #88-0550, USAF 555th FS, Aviano AB, pilot Lt. Col David Goldfein, 1999
F-16C, Block 40E, #89-2032, USAF 555th FS, Aviano AB, pilot Capt. Scott O’Grady, 1995
Harrier FRS1, #XZ498/001/R,801 NAS RN, HMS Ark Royal, pilot Lt. N. Richardson
OA-10A- Thunderbolt II, #81-0967, USAF, 47th FS, 23rd wing ”Flying Tigers”, Pope AB, North Carolina,1999
F-117A, #82-0806, USAF, 7th FS, 49th wing ”Screamin’ Demons”,pilot Capt. Ken ”Wiz” Dwelle, Holoman AB, Texas,1999

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BM-4803 Su-25 FROGFOOTS 1/48

Set includes decals for 8 aircrafts in different colour schemes and national insignias. Besides the one-seater versions there is one two-seater version also included. From this set you can build a Macedonian, Bulgarian, Ukrainian, Iraqi, Georgian and Russian Su-25.

Decals for:

Su-25, No.121, Macedonian Air Force, 101st Aviation Squadron, Petrovec Air Force Base, 2001
Su-25, No.122, Macedonian Air Force, 101st Aviation Squadron, Petrovec Air Force Base, 2001
Su-25, No.123, Macedonian Air Force, 101st Aviation Squadron, Petrovec Air Force Base, 2001
Su-25K, No. 254, Bulgarian Air Force, 22nd Attack Squadron, Bezmer Air Base
Su-25, Blue 33, Ukrainian Air Force, 299th Tactical Aviation Brigade, Kulbakino Air Base
Su-25, Iraqi Air Force, Al Jaelieah Air Base, January 1991
Su-25, Blue 21, Georgian Air Force, Tbilisi Marneuli Air Base
Su-25, Red 22, Russian Air Force, 2013

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BM-14402 F-16C MICRO FALCONS 1/144

The General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon is a single-engine multirole fighter aircraft originally developed by General Dynamics for the United States Air Force. Designed as an air superiority day fighter, it evolved into a successful all-weather multirole aircraft. Over 4,500 aircraft have been built since production was approved in 1976. The Fighting Falcon is a fighter with numerous innovations including a frameless bubble canopy for better visibility, side-mounted control stick to ease control while maneuvering, a seat reclined 30 degrees to reduce the effect of g-forces on the pilot, and the first use of a relaxed static stability/ fly-by-wire flight control system helps to make it a nimble aircraft.
Decal set covers F-16C version in different colors and markings. From one set you can built six (USAF, Royal Bahraini AF, Polish AF, Hellenic AF, Israeli AF, and Turkish AF) 1/144 scale models.

Decals for:

F-16C Block 40D, #88-0550, USAF 555th FS, Aviano AB, 1999
F-16C Block 40E, #90-0030, RBAF 1st FS, Sheikh Isa AB, 2008
F-16C Block 52, #03-0040, POLAF 10th ELT, Lask AB, 2008
F-16C Block 50R, #93-1053, HAF 347 Mira, Nea Anghialos AB, 2004
F-16C Block 30, #355, IDFAF 117 SQN, Ramat David AB, 2003
F-16C Block 50, #94-0088, TUAF 152 FILO, Konya AB, 2006

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BM-W02 WOMEN PILOTS IN GREAT PATRIOTIC WAR 1/72

Soviet women bore their share of the burden in World War II (locally known as the Great Patriotic War). 800,000 women served in the Soviet Armed Forces during the war. Nearly 200,000 were decorated and 89 eventually received the Soviet Union’s highest award, the Hero of the Soviet Union. They served as pilot, snipers, machine gunners, tank crew members and partisans, as well as in auxiliary roles.
For Soviet women aviators, instrumental to this change was Marina Raskova, a famous Russian aviator, often referred to as the ‘Russian Amelia Earhart’. When World War II broke out, there were numerous women who had training as pilots and many immediately volunteered. Raskova is credited with using her personal connections with Joseph Stalin to convince the military to form three combat regiments for women. These regiments flew a combined total of more than 30,000 combat sorties, produced at least thirty Heroes of the Soviet Union, and included at least two fighter aces.
The 586th Fighter Aviation Regiment: This unit was the first to take part in combat (April 16, 1942) of the three female regiments and participated in 4,419 combat missions (125 air battles and 38 kills). Lydia Litvyak and Katya Budanova were assigned to the unit before joining the 437th IAP in the fighting over Stalingrad and became the world's only two female fighter aces (with 12 and 11 victories respectively), both flying the Yak-1 fighter. (Wikipedia)

Decals for:

Jak-1b, White 23, 296th IAP, 2nd. Lt. Lidija Vladimirovna Litvjak, 1943
Jak-1, Yellow 44, 296th IAP, Capt. Ekaterina Vasiljevna Budanova, Autumn 1942
Jak-1, Red 32, 296th IAP, 2nd. Lt. Lidija Vladimirovna Litvjak, 1942
Jak-1, White 42, 586th IAP, 2nd. Lt. Valerija Ivanovna Homjakova, Spring 1942

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BM-W01 AIRACOBRAS IN FOREIGN SERVICE 1/72

The Bell P-39 Airacobra was one of the principal American fighter aircraft in service when the United States entered World War II. Designed by Bell Aircraft, it had an innovative layout, with the engine installed in the center fuselage, behind the pilot, and driving a tractor propeller via a long shaft. It was also the first fighter fitted with a tricycle undercarriage. Although its mid-engine placement was innovative, the P-39 design was handicapped by the absence of an efficient turbo-supercharger, limiting it to low-altitude work. The P-39 was used with great success by the Soviet Air Force, which scored the highest number of individual kills attributed to any U.S. fighter type. Other important users were the Free French and co-belligerent Italian air forces. (Wikipedia)

Decals for:

P-39Q-25-BE, No.4 (44-32664) GC II/9 "Auvergne", Armee de l'Air
P-400 (Airacobra Mk.I), No. AH574, RNAVY (deck landings trials)
P-400 (Airacobra Mk.I), No. AH621, RAF, 1941

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BM-7210 No.352 RAF Squadron 1/72

On 22 April 1944, the first Yugoslav fighter squadron (No. 352 RAF Squadron) was formed at Benina, Libya. At first it was equipped with Hurricanes. In June of the same year, the first Supermarine Spitfires were delivered. In August, the squadron moved to Italy to join the No.281 Wing. The squadron’s main goal was to provide escort for fighter-bomber squadrons and engage in ground attack missions. For the rest of the war they were using the airport located on the island Vis. 
The basic organisation of 352th squadron was the same as in all RAF squadrons. The first combat operation was planned and executed on 18 August 1944. Captain Mileta Protić was assigned as the first squadron commander. During the combat operations the squadron lost 10 pilots. Among them was Franjo Kluz, the first partisan pilot and later a national hero of Yugoslavia.
No. 352 Squadron RAF carried out 367 combat operations flying from Canne, Vis and Zemunik airports. The squadron was disbanded from RAF on 16 May 1945.

Decals for:

Supermarine spitfire Vb ES257 "SLOVENEC"
Supermarine spitfire Vb EP886 "HRVAT"
Supermarine spitfire Vc JK831 "SLAVONAC"
Supermarine spitfire Vc JK608 "MAKEDONAC"
Supermarine spitfire Vc JG948 "GORIČAN"
Supermarine spitfire Vc JK448 "OSVETNIK 5. OFANZIVE"
Supermarine spitfire Vc LZ830 "POPOV"
Supermarine spitfire Vc JK790

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BM-7209 Antonov An-2 1/72

The Antonov An-2 was designed to meet a 1947 Soviet Ministry of Forestry requirement for a replacement for the Polikarpov Po-2, which was used in large numbers in both agricultural and utility roles. Antonov designed a large single bay biplane of all-metal construction, with an enclosed cockpit and a cabin with room for seats accommodating twelve passengers. The first prototype, designated SKh-1, and powered by a Shvetsov ASh-21 radial engine, flew on 31 August 1947. The second prototype was fitted with a more powerful Shvetsov ASh-62 engine, which allowed the aircraft's payload to be significantly increased from 1,300 kg (2,870 lb) to 2,140 kg (4,720 lb), and in this form it was ordered into production. (Wikipedia)

Decals for:

Antonov An-2 No. 027, 16th Transport Air Base - Vrazhdebna, Bulgarian Air Force, Vrazhdebna AB, 2009
Antonov An-2 c/n 1G17104, No. 70374, Yugoslav Air Force, 1991
Antonov An-2 No. 70373, Serbian Air Force, Batajnica AB, 2008
Antonov An-2 No. 150, 501st Parachute Diversion Detachment, Macedonian Air Force, Petrovec AB, 2003
Shijiazhuang Y-5, No. 34, 4050 Regiment, Albanian Air Force, Tirana AB, 2006
Antonov An-2 No. 5 (c/n 1G167-05 ex YU-BKA), Croatian Air Force, SZV Osijek, 1992

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BM-4802 No.352 RAF Squadron 1/48

On 22 April 1944, the first Yugoslav fighter squadron (No. 352 RAF Squadron) was formed at Benina, Libya. At first it was equipped with Hurricanes. In June of the same year, the first Supermarine Spitfires were delivered. In August, the squadron moved to Italy to join the No.281 Wing. The squadron’s main goal was to provide escort for fighter-bomber squadrons and engage in ground attack missions. For the rest of the war they were using the airport located on the island Vis. 
The basic organisation of 352th squadron was the same as in all RAF squadrons. The first combat operation was planned and executed on 18 August 1944. Captain Mileta Protić was assigned as the first squadron commander. During the combat operations the squadron lost 10 pilots. Among them was Franjo Kluz, the first partisan pilot and later a national hero of Yugoslavia.
No. 352 Squadron RAF carried out 367 combat operations flying from Canne, Vis and Zemunik airports. The squadron was disbanded from RAF on 16 May 1945.

Decals for:

Supermarine spitfire Vb ES257 "SLOVENEC"
Supermarine spitfire Vb EP886 "HRVAT"
Supermarine spitfire Vc JK831 "SLAVONAC"
Supermarine spitfire Vc JK608 "MAKEDONAC"
Supermarine spitfire Vc JG948 "GORIČAN"
Supermarine spitfire Vc JK448 "OSVETNIK 5. OFANZIVE"
Supermarine spitfire Vc LZ830 "POPOV"
Supermarine spitfire Vc JK790

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BM-14401 Roundels, Flags & Numbers 1/144

Set BM-14401 address the historic era after 1955 when representatives of Yugoslav air force determined proper markings of all military aircraft. Set includes two different types of numbers in two colours, black and white. The numbers could be used for different types of aircraft that served in Yugoslav air force. Set also includes three different roundel types (500, 750 and 1000mm) and two types of tail flags (450 and 950mm). There are enough numbers, roundels and flags to build nine different airplanes. The decals could be used for different types like Mig-21, G-4, G-2, J-21, J-22, T-33, F-84, F-86, P-47D, C-47 Ju-52, Il-14, Il-18, Boeing 727, DC-6, Caravelle, Cl-215

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Yugoslav AF

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BM-7208 Balkan Hueys 1/72

The Huey built in many variants has become one of the world's most recognized helicopters. Not only in Vietnam where his glory days began, he also found a role as a civil and military support helicopter in republics of former Yugoslavia. Here is four versions of UH-1D No. 321Macedonian Air force, UH-1H No. VF-1805 RZiPO VF, Bell 212 YU-HCA No.5709 Serbian Police, 9A-HBM Croatian Police, Z3-HHB Macedonian Police and Bell 214 No.H2-35 Slovenian Air Force.

Decals for:

UH-1H No. VF-1805 RZiPO VF
UH-1D No. 321 Macedonian AF
Bell 212 YU-HCA No.5709 Serbian Police
Bell 212 9A-HBM Croatian Police
bell 212 Z3-HHB Macedonian Police
Bell 214 No.H2-35 Slovenian AF

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BM-7207 Su-25 Frogfoots 1/72

Set includes decals for 8 aircrafts in different colour schemes and national insignias. Besides the one-seater versions there are also included two two-seater version trainer aircrafts. From this set you can build a Macedonian, Bulgarian, Ukrainian Iraqi and Georgian Su-25

Decals for:

Su-25 No.121, Macedonian AF
Su-25 No.122, Macedonian AF
Su-25 No.123, Macedonian AF
Su-25 No.254 Bulgarian AF
Su-25 Blue 33 Ukrainian AF
Su-25 No. 2559 Iraqi AF
Su-25UB No.120, Macedonian AF
Su-25UB Blue 21 Georgian AF

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BM-4801 MiG-21 Exercize Markings 1/48

During the biggest post-war exercise air maneuvers »Sloboda '71«, the fighter core was consisted of the 117. Regiment from Bihac equipped with the MiG-21PFM fighter aircraft, and the reconnaissance task was taken over the 352. Squadron equipped with MiG-21R. All the aircraft participating the maneuvers were marked with a white lightning on the nose. Few years later, MiG-21M, MF and US aircraft from the 204. Regiment were included in the exercise air maneuvers now named »Golija'76«. All the aircraft participating were marked with a light blue stripe on the nose and the wings. As it can be seen from the photos some MiG-21bis have white stripes which extend from the root of the tale to the vertical stabilizer.

Decals for:

MiG-21 R No.26104 Yugoslav AF
MiG-21 M No.22823 Yugoslav AF
MiG-21 MF No.22870 Yugoslav AF
MiG-21 BIS No.17157 Yugoslav AF

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BM-7206 Mi-24 Balkan Hinds 1/72

After the break up of the SFR Yugoslavia in 1991/92, air forces of the newly independent states of Croatia, Serbia and Macedonia purchased various numbers of MIL Mi-24 helicopter gunships and used them in combat. Croatian air force was the first to purchase Mi-24s in 1993 and had used them in combat in 1995. They were all retired in late 1990s. Serbian air force operated two Mi-24s against KLA fighters during the Kosovo war in 1998/1999. Macedonia was the last Balkan state to buy Mi-24s and had used them in combat during the Albanian insurgency in 2001. Even after 4 decades MIL Mi-24 helicopter gunships are still considered to be stable and efficient weapons systems although they're now nearing obsolescence. Around 60 air forces all over the world are still known to operate Mi-24s of various models and some are still flying anti guerilla operations against various insurgent groups.

Decals for:

Mi-24V JSO (jedinica za specijalne operacije), Kosovo 1999
Mi-24V (H-310) HRZ (Hrvatsko Ratno Zrakoplovstvo)
Mi-24V MAF 201.POHE (Protiv Oklopna Helikopterska Eskadrila) No.201 Petrovac 2001
Mi-24V MAF 201.POHE (Protiv Oklopna Helikopterska Eskadrila) No.202 Petrovac 2001
Mi-24V MAF 201.POHE (Protiv Oklopna Helikopterska Eskadrila) No.206 Petrovac 2001
Mi-24V MAF 201.POHE (Protiv Oklopna Helikopterska Eskadrila) No.207 Petrovac 2001

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BM-7205 MiG-21 Croatian Migs 1/72

The modern Croatian Air Force was established on 12 December 1991, during the Croatian War of Independence. The MiG-21bis is currently CAF's one and only fighter aircraft. Over the years it acquired an iconic status with Croatian people due to morale boosting defections of Croatian fighter pilots from Yugoslav Air Force and their combat actions in later stages of Croatian War of Independence. Additional aircraft were acquired from Ukrainian stocks and majority were later modernized in Romania. The Croatian Air Force still operates MiG-21bis fighters.

Decals for:

MiG-21 BIS No.103 Croatian AF
MiG-21 BIS No.102 Croatian AF
MiG-21 BIS No.119 Croatian AF
MiG-21 BIS No.123 Croatian AF
MiG-21 BIS No.115 Croatian AF
MiG-21 BIS No.120 Croatian AF

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BM-7204 Numbers JRV 1/72

Together with set BM-7203 the BM-7203 address the historic era after 1955 when representatives of Yugoslav air force determined proper markings of all military aircraft. Set includes two different types of numbers in two colours, black and white. The numbers could be used building different types of aircraft that served in Yugoslav air force like T-33, F-84, F-86, P-47D, An-2, C-47, S-49, S-55, Ju-52, MI-8, Gazelle and others.

Decals for:

Yugoslav AF

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BM-7203 Roundels & Flags JRV 1/72

Set includes three different roundel types (500, 750 and 1000mm) and two types of tail flags (450 and 950mm). There are enough roundels and flags to build ten different airplanes. The decals could be used building different types of aircraft that served in Yugoslav air force like Mig-21, G-4, G-2, J-21, J-22, T-33, F-84, F-86, P-47D, C-47 Ju-52, Il-14, Il-18, Boeing 727, DC-6, Caravelle, Cl-215 and others

Decals for:

Yugoslav AF

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BM-7202 MiG-21 Exercize Markings 1/72

During the biggest post-war  exercise air  manouvers »Sloboda '71«, the fighter core was consisted of  the 117. Regiment  from Bihac equiped with fighter aircraft  MiG-21PFM,  and the reiconnasance task was taken over the 352. Squadron equiped with MiG-21R. All the aircraft participating the manouvers were marked with a white lightning on the nose.  Few years later,  aicraft MiG -21M, MF and US from the 204. Regiment were included in the exercise air manouvers  now named »Golija'76«.  All the aircraft participating were marked with a light blue stripe on the nose and the wings.  As it can be seen from the photos some MiG -21bis have white stripes  which extend from the root of the tale to the  vertical stabilisator. 

Decals for:

MiG-21 PFM No.22724 Yugoslav AF
MiG-21 R No.26104 Yugoslav AF
MiG-21 M No.22823 Yugoslav AF
MiG-21 MF No.22870 Yugoslav AF
MiG-21 BIS No.17157 Yugoslav AF

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BM-7201 MiG-21 Early Versions 1/72

In 1962 the first single seated jet fighter aircraft MiG-21 were brought to the Yugoslav Air Force. Between the years of 1962 and 1966, 41 aircraft under L-12 marking were delivered. The core of the Yugoslav Air Force and the Air Defence was consisted of squadrons equipped with F-86E and F-84G fighters. The new supersonic jet fighter soon gained the pilots sympathies with the capability of flying supersonic and with the modern technology. The operational version named MiG-21 F13 soon replaced the F-86E and the F-86D fighters many squadrons. Two-seater versions of MiG-21 U were also delivered for training. The aircraft were brought from Russia to Yugoslavia without colour and with Russian stencils. During the first overhauling the aircraft were coloured silver and had the stencils changed.

Decals for:

MiG-21 F-13 No.22504 Yugoslav AF
MiG-21 F-13 No.22518 Yugoslav AF
MiG-21 F-13 No.22520 Yugoslav AF
MiG-21 F-13 No.22524 Yugoslav AF
MiG-21 F-13 No.22528 Yugoslav AF
MiG-21 F-13 No.22537 Yugoslav AF
MiG-21 F-13 No.22540 Yugoslav AF

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