3 Squadron RAF was stationed at Airfield Wunstorf in Germany and operated Hawker Tempest Mk. V aircraft. They were part of the post-war RAF presence in Germany. – 1/144 super detailed scale model
Heavily chipped Fiat G.50bis Freccia of the °20 Gruppo are maintained in Ursel, Belgium, in November 1940 to take part in the Battle of Britain. However, with little impact – 1/144 scale vignette.
Somewhere in the UK, some day in june 1944. RAF personel paint or repaint invasion stripes on a heavily weathered Spitfire MK IX – 1/144 scale vignette
May 1944: An old P-47 Razorback armed with lifeboats and smoke markers circles above a ditched B-17 crew – the USAAF Air Sea Rescue unit detachment B of the 65th fighter wing, later known as the 5th Emergency Rescue Squadron was born.
Afternoon of June 4, 1942: This Douglas SBD-3 Dauntless, coming from USS Yorktown, is about to attack IJN carrier Hiryū. It’s the famous Battle of Midway – 1/144 scale vignette
1945/1946 – After the end of the Pacific War, the RAF FEAF’s service was by no means over: Spitfire FR Mk XIVs of No.11 and No.273 Squadron over Singapore and Saigon – 1/144 scale models
Bf-109F-4 of Gruenherzgeschwader, belly landed at Eastern Front in 1942 – 1/144 scale Vignette
September 1944, Fano, Italy: the ground crew of No 601 Sqn maintaining and reloading their Spitfires – 1/144 Vignette
October 1943: Pilot Lieut. J. R. Brownstein ditched „Fox 5“ of VC-13 aboard of USS Core into the North Atlantic Ocean – 1/144 scale vignette
Saipan, 1944: Ground personell of 19th Fighter Squadron, 318th Fighter Group, 7th Air Force during gun harmonisation prozess on Republic P-47D-15-RA Thunderbolt 42-23289 “Lady Ruth” – 1/144 scale vignette