Estuche de 8 colores Model Air de 17 ml. desarrollados para pintar los esquemas de camuflaje de aviones soviéticos y sus distintas combinaciones de colores, desde los años previos a la II GM (años 30’s) hasta la entrada en el conflicto de la URSS en Junio de 1.941 o “Gran Guerra Patriótica”.
“Zashchitnyi” Khaki: Upper surfaces of airplanes with metallic finish or combined construction of wood and fabric. AII Zashchitnyi Camouflage Green: Nitrocellulose lacquer for upper surfaces of aircraft with a combined structure of wood and fabric, and eventually metal. Specifications issued in 1937 and used between 1938-1941. A-19f Grass Green: Alkyd treated enamel for upper surfaces of aircraft with a metal structure or metal parts in a combined structure of wood and metal. Specificactions issued June 1940. Grey-Blue: Lower surface color for airplanes t with a metallic finish or a combined wood and fabric structure during the 1927-37 decade. AII Sv.gol. (Svetlo goluboi) Light Blue: Nitro cellulose lacquer for the lower surfaces of aircraft with structures of combined wood and fabric, and eventually metal. Widely used in 1940 -1942 and gradually replaced by AMT-7. A-18f Light Blue: Alkyd treated enamel for lower surfaces of airplanes with metallic structures or metallic parts in a mixed metal and wood structure. Specifications issued in June 1940. AII Aluminiovyi: Nitrocellulose lacquer for overall finish or for lower surface on some models in 1938, as well as fabric surfaces of mixed structure aircraft. Specifications issued in 1938-1940. AEh-9 Light Grey: Alkyd treated enamel for general surface of aircraft with metal structures and metallic parts in mixed structures. Beginning 1941 used for interior structures. Specifications issued in 1937-1940.