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RAF Colors Day Fighters 1941-1945 & P.R.U.


Estuche de 8 colores Model Air de 17 ml. desarrollados para pintar los cazas diurnos de la RAF desde Agosto de 1941 hasta el final de la Guerra, así como Interceptores de “Alta Cota” HF (High Fighters). También incluye los tonos para decorar aviones de Reconocimiento Fotográfico o PRU.

Ocean Grey (BS 629): Upper surface camouflage scheme for day fighters (Temperate Land) combined with Dark Green, used from 1941 until the end of the war. Dark Green (BS 241): Upper surface camouflage scheme for day fighters (Temperate Land) combined with Dark Green, used from 1941 until the end of the war. Medium Sea Grey (BS 637): Lower surface color scheme for day fighters (Temperate Land) combined with Dark Green/Ocean Grey, used since 1941 until the end of the war and for upper surface fighters HF fighters combined with PRU Blue. Sky Type S (BS 210): Tactical markings, numbers and identification, as well as propeller cones. P.R.U. Blue (BS 636): General color for Photographic Reconnaissance Units (PRU) of medium and high altitudes. Also used for lower part of HF fighters. P.R.U. Pink (FS 31668): General color for Photographic Reconnaissance Units (PRU) of medium and low altitudes. Night Black (BS 642): Invasion stripes alternating with the color White, for fuselage and both sides of the central part of the wings. Used before and during “D” day and the invasion of Normandy. White (FS 37875): Invasion stripes alternating with the color Night Black, for fuselage and both sides of the wings. Used before and during “D” day and the invasion of Normandy.


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