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RAF Day Fighters Pre-War to 1941


Estuche de 8 colores Model Air de 17 ml. desarrollados para pintar el esquema de camuflaje “Temperate Land” de los cazas de la RAF y sus distintas combinaciones de colores, desde los años previos a la II GM (a partir de 1.937), el estallido del conflicto en 1939 con las batallas iniciales en Noruega, Países Bajos, Francia e Inglaterra, hasta Agosto de 1941. También incluye los tonos para el esquema “Shadow Compensation” utilizado en biplanos de todo tipo y rol.

Dark Earth (BS 450): Combined with Dark Green and other colors for camouflage of the upper surface, used from 1937 and during the entire war on all kinds of aircraft and fronts. Dark Green (BS 241): Combined with Dark Earth and other colors, for camouflage of the upper surface, used from 1937 and during the entire war on all kinds of aircraft and fronts. Light Earth (FS 30257): Combined with Light Green, camouflage for the lower surface (fuselaje and wings) biplanes “Shadow” color scheme. First tropical and desert camouflage schemes, combined with other colors. Light Green (FS 34102): Combined with Light Earth, camouflage for the lower surface (fuselage and wings) biplanes “Shadow” color scheme. First tropical and desert camouflage schemes combined with other colors. Sky Type S (BS 210): Lower color introduced in June 1940 for all types of aircraft and daytime deployment (RAF & FAA). Also for tactical markings, numbers and identification. White (FS 37875): Color for lower surface of aircraft daytime deployment, combined with Night Black and/or Aluminium, from 1937 until June 1940. Night Black (BS 642): Color for lower surface of aircraft in daytime deployment, combined with White and/or Aluminium or Sky Type S, from 1937 until April 1941. Also for all lower surfaces of aircraft nocturnal deployment, during the entire war. Aluminium (FS 37178): General color for all surfaces before 1937 and from then on only for the lower surface of fighters, combined with White and Night Black.


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