.:AModel:. JRM Martin Mars #2017

 The Martin JRM Mars is a large, four-engined cargo transport seaplane originally designed and built in limited numbers for the U.S. Navy during the World War II era. It was the largest Allied flying boat to enter production, although only seven were built. The United States Navy contracted the development of the XPB2M-1 Mars in 1938 as a long range ocean patrol flying boat, which later entered production as the JRM Mars long range transport.
 testbuild via grenmats.club Ukraine


.:SBS Decals:. Brewster Bufflo |Model 239| in the finnish service

Well, a new tool by Airfix 2017(-;?
Yeah, they should do... Bristol Tyroanosaurus and / or Avro Velociraptor.
Or...just Hawk P.36... Hurricane with a metal wing is a nice idea too...

.:Revell:. Douglas P-70 Nighthawk #instr. man.

.:Academy:. |Grumman| USN A-6E VA-95 "Green Lizards" #incoming

box without mentioning the producer?

it looks like a Grumman...

smells like a Grumman?

...it's a Grumman?

.:SBS:. Caudron Aiglon - more paint schemes

.:Xtradecal:. Messerschmitt Bf 109 Stab Pt.2 #incoming

 Messerschmitt Bf 109s with Stab markings Pt 2 (14)

  • E-4 Oblt Walter Horten JG 26 Adjutant 1940, Yellow nose and rudder;
  • E-4 Oblt Adolph Summer JG 26 Adjutant June 1940;
  • E-4 III/JG77 Greece 1941 Yellow nose/rudder;
  • E-4 I/JG3 CO Hptm Hans Von Hahn Late 1940, St Omer France, Yellow nose/rudder;
  • F-2 I/JG3 Tech Offizer Hptm Detlev Rohwer Ukraine 1941, Yellow nose/fuselage band;
  • F-2 II/JG53 Gruppenkommandeur Hptm Heinz Bretnutz, St Omer 1941. Yellow nose/rudder;
  • F-4 JG54 Adjutant Russia 1941/42. Mainly white with Yellow nose/rudder/fuselage band;
  • F-4 I/JG54 Hptm Hans Philipp Oct 1942. White uppersurfaces;
  • G-2 Stab JG77 Maj Joachim Muncheberg Egypt 1943. RLM79 Sand/RLM68;
  • G-2 I/JG77 Libya 1943 RLM79/RLM68;
  • G-2 Kommodore JG54 Maj Trautloft Eastern Front 1941;
  • G-6/R6 1/JG27 CO Maj Franzisketthe Austria 1944;
  • G-6/U3 NAG4 CO Hptm Friedrich- Wilhelm Kahler Russia 1944
  • K-4 Adjutant III/JG53 Germany 1945

Also upcoming sets for HP Victor and Stabs Focke -Wulfs[?]

.:Amodel:. TB-1 Zveno / 2x I-5/ #quicklook

 Zveno (Russian: Звено, Chain link or a military unit "Flight") was a parasite aircraft concept developed in the Soviet Union during the 1930s. It consisted of a Tupolev TB-1 or a Tupolev TB-3 heavy bomber acting as a mothership for between two and five fighters. Depending on the Zveno variant, the fighters either launched with the mothership or docked in flight, and they could refuel from the bomber. The definitive Zveno-SPB using a TB-3 and two Polikarpov I-16s, each armed with two 250 kg (550 lb) bombs, was used operationally with good results against strategic targets in Romania during the opening stages of the German-Soviet War. The same squadron afterwards also carried out a tactical attack against a bridge over the River Dnieper that had been captured by advancing German forces {Wikipedia of course]
 Hm...A typical short run kit done by AMODEL, from Ukraine.

Hm... 2x I-5 kit

.:MPM:. P-39/P-400 AiraCobras #released

MPM 72006
P-400 / P-39D "Cobras over Pacific"

ex- Academy kits with new decals
...over New Guinea...

MPM 72007

P-39Q/N "Russian Cobras"
 MPM 72005