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Aircraft Types: E to M

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English Electric

Includes the following types and variants built by this manufacturer:

Lightning Canberra

English Electric Canberra

English Electric Canberra

Canberra Mk.20

Royal Australian Air Force, 2 Squadron

A84231 231

Canberra Mk.20, Royal Australian Air Force, 2 Squadron 1971 Phan Rang, South Vietnam Vietnam War

A84231 served with 2 Squadron RAAF in Vietnam. The aircraft did not return from a mission near the demilitarized zone on 3 November 1970. The aircraft remains were not located until 2009. Drawing code: CANB031

A84244 244

Canberra Mk.20, Royal Australian Air Force, 2 Squadron May 1971 Phan Rang, South Vietnam Vietnam War

On 31 May 1971, A84244 completed 2 Squadron's last strike mission in Vietnam before the squadron returned to Australia.

Drawing code:

CANB011

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English Electric Canberra

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English Electric Canberra

Canberra B.(I)68

Fuerza Aérea del Peru, Escuadrón de Bombardeo 921

202

Canberra B.(I)68, Fuerza Aérea del Peru, Escuadrón de Bombardeo 921 1995 Pisco/Elias Olivera AB, Peru

The Peruvian Air Force acquired a number of Canberra bombers (B.(I) and T.4). They were withdrawn from service in 2002 but as of five, including 202, are maintained in airworthy condition as reserve aircraft (2006). Drawing code: CANB021

English Electric Lightning

English Electric Lightning

Lightning F.Mk 1A

Royal Air Force, 111 Squadron

XM184 A

Lightning F.Mk 1A, Royal Air Force, 111 Squadron 1964

This aircraft allocated to the squadron CO, George Black.

Drawing code:

LGH1A011

Royal Air Force, 56 Squadron

XM182 M

Lightning F.Mk 1A, Royal Air Force, 56 Squadron 1965 Wattisham, UK Aerobatic Team

56 Squadron's aerobatic team, the Firebirds, carried these distinctive markings on their Mk 1As between 1963 and 1965.

Drawing code:

LGH1A021

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English Electric Lightning

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English Electric Lightning

Lightning F.Mk 3

Royal Air Force, Lightning Training Flight

XR720 DA

Lightning F.Mk 3, Royal Air Force, Lightning Training Flight 1983 Binbrook, UK Military Manoeuvres

One of the F3s operated by the LTF. During the 1983 RAF exercise Elder Forest, it was serving in the adversary role and carried a temporary star marking on the tail. Drawing code: LGH3012

English Electric Lightning

Lightning F.Mk 6

Royal Air Force, 5 Squadron

XR772 E

Lightning F.Mk 6, Royal Air Force, 5 Squadron 1969 Binbrook, UK

During the Christmas/NY 1969/70 the Squadron was, at short notice deployed to the Far East under Exercise Ultimacy.

Drawing code:

LGH6012

Eurocopter

Includes the following types and variants built by this manufacturer:

AS 350 Ecureuil

Eurocopter AS 350 Ecureuil

Eurocopter AS 350 Ecureuil

Civilian,

VHXKW

, Civilian, 1998 NSW, Australia

Aircraft is in private ownership.

Drawing code:

AS350011

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Fairey Barracuda

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Fairey

Includes the following types and variants built by this manufacturer:

Swordfish Gannet Fulmar Battle Barracuda

Fairey Barracuda

Fairey Barracuda

Barracuda Mk II

Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm, 812 Squadron

PM757 381/A

Barracuda Mk II, Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm, 812 Squadron 1945 HMS Vengeance, Hong Kong

812 Squadron was one of four Barracuda squadrons sent on the light fleet carriers (HMS Vengeance, Colossus, Venerable and Glory) to join the British Pacific Fleet in early 1945. The war with Japan ended before they saw action. Drawing code: BARRA031

PM949 374/A

Barracuda Mk II, Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm, 812 Squadron Sept 1945 HMS Vengeance, Hong Kong WW2 (Pacific)

812 Squadron was one of four Barracuda squadrons sent on the light fleet carriers (HMS Vengeance, Colossus, Venerable and Glory) to join the British Pacific Fleet in early 1945. The war with Japan ended before they saw action. Drawing code: BARRA011

Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm, 829 Squadron

P9926 A

Barracuda Mk II, Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm, 829 Squadron Nov 1943 LeeonSolent, UK WW2

829 Squadron was equipped with the Barracuda in October 1943. P9926 is shown at the time the squadron was working up at Leeon Solent. The squadron embarked on HMS Victorious in March 1944 and in April were involved in the attack on the Tirpitz. Drawing code: BARRA021

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Fairey Barracuda

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Fairey Barracuda

Scale Drawing

, Mk II

Scale Drawing, , Mk II

3view scale drawing of a Mk II (late) fitted with ASV Mk IIN radar. Includes cross sections. Can be arranged to suit particular requirements and page layout. Drawing code: 0770II

Scale side view drawing of an early model Mk II with torpedo.

Drawing code:

0770IIe

, Mk III

Scale Drawing, , Mk III

Scale side view drawing of a Mk III

Drawing code:

0770III

, Mk V

Scale Drawing, , Mk V

Scale side drawing of a late model Mk V with the tail fin.

Drawing code:

0770V

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Fairey Battle

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Fairey Battle

Fairey Battle

Battle Mk.I

Belgium Air Force, 5eme Escadrille, IIIrmr Groupe

T58 T58

Battle Mk.I, Belgium Air Force, 5eme Escadrille, IIIrmr Groupe May 1940 France WW2 (Europe)

The Battles entered Belgium service in 1938. The Germans invaded the country on 10 May 1940 and the following day the Battles were sent out to bomb bridges on the Albert Canal. Half the available Battles including T58, were lost on this mission. Drawing code: FBTL011

Fairey Fulmar

Fairey Fulmar

Mk I

Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm, 807 Squadron

N1946 F

Mk I, Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm, 807 Squadron Late 1940 Africa WW2 (Mediterranean)

N1946 was in the first group of Fulmars to be ferried through the African 'Takoradi Route'. On arrival at Dekelia (near Alexandria) the aircraft joined 805 Squadron on HMS Illustrious in the Mediterranean. Drawing code: FULMR011

Fairey Fulmar

Scale Drawing

, Fulmar Mk I

Scale Drawing, , Fulmar Mk I

Scale 3view drawing of the Mk I (includes cross sections). Can be arrange to suit page layout.

Drawing code:

096401

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Fairey Fulmar

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, Fulmar Mk I, Mk II, NF Mk II

Scale Drawing, , Fulmar Mk I, Mk II, NF Mk II

Scale 3view drawing of the Mk I (includes cross sections), with comparative side views of the Mk II (with longrange tanks, with/without air filters) and NF Mk II. Can be arrange to suit page layout. Drawing code: 096400

, Fulmar Mk II

Scale Drawing, , Fulmar Mk II

Scale side view drawings of the Mk II, one with longrange tanks, the other with airfilters and ice guards. Both are shown with antiglare shields installed near the exhaust pipes. Drawing code: 096402

, Fulmar NF Mk II

Scale Drawing, , Fulmar NF Mk II

Scale side view drawing of the NF Mk II (nightfighter). It is shown with AI radar installation, late style exhaust, antiglare shields and air filters/ice guards. Drawing code: 096403

Fairey Gannet

Fairey Gannet

AS Mk.1

Royal Australian Navy, 816 Squadron

XG784 810

AS Mk.1, Royal Australian Navy, 816 Squadron Feb 1964 HMAS Melbourne

Aircraft flown by Thomas 'Toz' Dadswell, the Commanding Officer of 816 Squadron.

Drawing code:

GANT022

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Fairey Swordfish

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Fairey Swordfish

Fairey Swordfish

Swordfish I

Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm, Floatplane Training Unit

K8346 46

Swordfish I, Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm, Floatplane Training Unit 1938 LeeonSolent

This was a dual control aircraft (note rear cockpit arrangement) used for training purposes.

Drawing code:

SWOR1011

Fairey Swordfish

Swordfish II

Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm, 756 Squadron

LS348 KL

Swordfish II, Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm, 756 Squadron 1944 Katakurunda, Ceylon WW2

This aircraft carried the SEAC version of the national markings.

Drawing code:

SWOR2011

Fairey Swordfish

Swordfish III

Royal Air Force, 119 Squadron, Coastal Command

NF374 NHM

Swordfish III, Royal Air Force, 119 Squadron, Coastal Command 1945 UK WW2 (Europe)

This aircraft carried the standard night finish and, as standard to the Mk.III, it had the ASV Mk X radar fitted between the main undercarriage struts. Drawing code: SWOR3011

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Focke Wulf Fw 190 Wurger

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Focke Wulf

Includes the following types and variants built by this manufacturer:

Ta 153 Fw 58 Weihe Fw 190 Wurger

Focke Wulf Fw 190 Wurger

Focke Wulf Fw 190 Wurger

Fw 190A4

Luftwaffe, JG 1 (12 Staffel, IV Gruppe, Jagdgeschwander 1)

Yellow 2

Fw 190A4, Luftwaffe, JG 1 (12 Staffel, IV Gruppe, Jagdgeschwander 1) Early 1943 Deelen , Holland WW2 (Europe)

JG 1 was part of the Defence of the Reich force. It was based in Holland to intercept allied bomber formations before they reached the German border. Drawing code: F190A031

Luftwaffe, JG 2 (III. Gruppe, Jagdgeschwander 2)

Black 1

Fw 190A4, Luftwaffe, JG 2 (III. Gruppe, Jagdgeschwander 2) 1942 France WW2

8 Staffel. The 'eagle' motif covered the areas of the fuselage stained by the engine exhaust.

Drawing code:

F190A011

Focke Wulf Fw 190 Wurger

Fw 190D9

Luftwaffe, JG 301 (II. Gruppe, Jagdgeschwander 301)

White 12

Fw 190D9, Luftwaffe, JG 301 (II. Gruppe, Jagdgeschwander 301) April 1945 Germany WW2 (Europe)

At this stage of the war JG 301 was defending the western perimeter of the Reich territory.

Drawing code:

F190D011

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Focke Wulf Fw 190 Wurger

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Focke Wulf Fw 190 Wurger

Fw 190F2

Luftwaffe, JG 54 (II. Gruppe, Jagdgeschwander 54)

150059 Red 7

Fw 190F2, Luftwaffe, JG 54 (II. Gruppe, Jagdgeschwander 54) April 1945 Germany WW2 (Russian Front)

Late in the war JG54 had pulled back into Germany. It was responsible for defending the eastern perimeter of the Reich territory.

Drawing code:

F190F011

Luftwaffe, SG 10 (III. Gruppe, Schlachtgeschwader 10)

Yellow W

Fw 190F2, Luftwaffe, SG 10 (III. Gruppe, Schlachtgeschwader 10) 1943 Poland WW2 (Europe)

This ground attack squadron was operating on the Eastern Front during 1943.

Drawing code:

F190F021

Focke Wulf Fw 58 Weihe

Focke Wulf Fw 58 Weihe

Other artwork

Luftwaffe,

Other artwork, Luftwaffe, 1944 WW2 (Europe)

Detail front view showing the Owl artwork around the gun openings on a FW 58C.

Drawing code:

FW58_Owl

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Focke Wulf Ta 153

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Focke Wulf Ta 153

Focke Wulf Ta 153

Ta 153 A1

,

Ta 153 A1, , 1944 Germany

The Ta 153 was never built but the design features were used in the development of the Ta 152. This profile depicts the aircraft as it would have appeared in the standard scheme of the period. Drawing code: Ta15311

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Fokker D.VII

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Fokker

Includes the following types and variants built by this manufacturer:

E.III Dr.I D.VII

Fokker D.VII

Fokker D.VII

Other Artwork

, D.VII, Cockpit layout

Other Artwork, , D.VII, Cockpit layout WW1

Cutaway of the cockpit area of a Fokker D.VII

Drawing code:

FOKD7BW1

, D.VII, Flying controls

Other Artwork, , D.VII, Flying controls WW1

Black and white illustration of the flying controls of a Fokker D.VII

Drawing code:

FOKD7BW2

, D.VII, Instrument board

Other Artwork, , D.VII, Instrument board

Typical instrument board, Albatros built D.VII

Drawing code:

FokD7BW5

Typical instrument board, Fokker built D.VII

Drawing code:

FokD7BW6

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Fokker D.VII

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, D.VII, Machine gun mount

Other Artwork, , D.VII, Machine gun mount WW1

Black and white illustration of the machine gun mounts on a Fokker D.VII

Drawing code:

FOKD7BW3

, D.VII, Pilot's seat

Other Artwork, , D.VII, Pilot's seat WW1

Black and white illustration of the cockpit seat of a Fokker D.VII showing the seat mount and harness.

Drawing code:

FOKD7BW4

Fokker Dr.I

Fokker Dr.I

Dr.I

German Army Air Service, Jasta 11

144/17

Dr.I, German Army Air Service, Jasta 11 Jan 1918 France WW1

Aircraft flown by Leutnant Eberhard Stapenhorst. On 13 January 1918, he was shot down and his aircraft was captured intact by the British.

Drawing code:

FDR1011

Drawing code:

FDR10112

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Fokker Dr.I

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German Army Air Service, Jasta 12

Unknown

Dr.I, German Army Air Service, Jasta 12 March 1918 Toulis, France WW1

Aircraft flown by Vizefeldwebel Ulrich Neckel. Both his Albatros D.Va and his Dr.I carried a black bordered white chevron.

Drawing code:

FDR1021

Drawing code:

FDR10212

German Army Air Service, Jasta 36

512/17

Dr.I, German Army Air Service, Jasta 36 1918 France WW1

Factory fresh aircraft shown at the time of its delivery to the squadron. It was one of the triplanes to be flown by Leutnant Bongartz. Drawing code: FDR1031

Factory fresh aircraft shown at the time of its delivery to the squadron. It was one of the triplanes to be flown by Leutnant Bongartz. Drawing code: FDR1032

Drawing code:

FDR1033

Wing tip underside detail: Typical factory finish, Iron Cross marked on a clear doped panel.

Drawing code:

FDR103A

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Fokker Dr.I

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German Army Air Service, Jasta 6

595/17

Dr.I, German Army Air Service, Jasta 6 March 1918 Lechelle, France WW1

Aircraft flown by Ltn Franz Hemer. He finished the war with 18 victories.

Drawing code:

FDR1041

German Army Air Service, JG I

425/17

Dr.I, German Army Air Service, JG I April 1918 Cappy, France WW1

Rittmeister Manfred von Richthofen was shot down and killed while flying this aircraft, 21 April 1918.

Drawing code:

FDR1051

Fokker Dr.I

Dr.I (Other Artwork)

,

Dr.I (Other Artwork), ,

Typical factory marking applied to production Triplanes. Incl typical serial number and WN fonts.

Drawing code:

0630

Fokker E.III

Fokker E.III

Other Artwork

, E.III, Cockpit layout

Other Artwork, , E.III, Cockpit layout WW1

Cutaway drawings of the cockpit area of the Fokker E.III

Drawing code:

FOKE3BW1

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Folland Gnat

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Folland

Includes the following types and variants built by this manufacturer:

Gnat

Folland Gnat

Folland Gnat

Gnat F.Mk1

Finnish Air Force, Suomen Ilmavoimat, Hävittäjälentolaivue 11 (HävLLv 11)

GN104

Gnat F.Mk1, Finnish Air Force, Suomen Ilmavoimat, Hävittäjälentolaivue 11 (HävLLv 11) Late 1960s Finland

Finland operated 13 Gnats, of which 2 were fitted with a reconnaissance nose. The first was delivered in 1July 1958 and they remained in active service until 1972. Drawing code: GNAT021

Folland Gnat

Gnat T.Mk1

Royal Air Force, Cenral Flying School

XM709

Gnat T.Mk1, Royal Air Force, Cenral Flying School 1962 Little Rissington, UK Training

Initially RAF Gnats carried a scheme of aluminium paint and fluorescent redorange. XM706 was one of the first Gnats to enter service and was, at this time, used for instructor training and syllabus development. Drawing code: GNAT011

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General Dynamics F111

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General Dynamics

Includes the following types and variants built by this manufacturer:

F111

General Dynamics F111

General Dynamics F111

F111C

Aircraft Manufacturer,

A8125

F111C, Aircraft Manufacturer, 1968 Forth Worth, Texas

A8125 is shown in the scheme carried by the RAAF aircraft just prior to the official handover ceremony, 4 September 1968. The scheme was the same as specified for the USAF aircraft: SEA upper camouflage and white underside. Drawing code: F111C041

Royal Australian Air Force,

A8114 (Sizzling Hot)

F111C, Royal Australian Air Force, 1985 USA

A8114 was the last F111A converted to C status. It was one of the ex USAF aircraft purchased as attribution replacements by the RAAF. It is shown with the temporary nose markings it wore at the handover prior to its ferry flight to Australia. Drawing code: F111C061

Royal Australian Air Force, ? Squadron

A8125

F111C, Royal Australian Air Force, ? Squadron 1998 Amberley, Qld, Australia

To celebrate 25 years of RAAF F111 service A8125, the first aircraft received, was given these special tail markings.

Drawing code:

F111C12A

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Royal Australian Air Force, 1 Squadron

A8125

F111C, Royal Australian Air Force, 1 Squadron 1985 RAAF Amberley, Qld

The yellow lightning bold was applied to the tail of 1 Squadron aircraft during the early 1980s.

Drawing code:

F111C151

A8132

F111C, Royal Australian Air Force, 1 Squadron 2002 Amberley, Qld, Australia

This markings was applied to the F111s attending Red Flag 2002, Nellis AFB, USA. It was retained for several years after the event.

Drawing code:

F111C11A

A8138

F111C, Royal Australian Air Force, 1 Squadron 1984 Amberley, Qld, Australia

A8138 was the first F111 to be fitted with the AN/AVQ26 Pave Tack pod. It carries the early style yellow 'lightning bolt' tail marking of 1 Squadron and is shown loaded with the AGM84 Harpoon missile. Drawing code: F111C0911

A8138 was the first F111 to be fitted with the AN/AVQ26 Pave Tack pod. It carries the early style yellow 'lightning bolt' tail marking of 1 Squadron. It is shown loaded with the AGM84 Harpoon missile and the undercarriage in the down position. Drawing code: F111C0912

Plan view of A8138 illustrates the typical camouflage pattern and stencils applied to RAAF aircraft.

Drawing code:

F111C093

A8144

F111C, Royal Australian Air Force, 1 Squadron 1992 Amberley, QLD Australia

From 1990 until about 1993, the 1 Squadron 'flagship' aircraft carried tail markings featuring a kookaburra imposed on a large yellow '1'.

Drawing code:

F111C021

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General Dynamics F111

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Drawing code:

F111C0211

From 1990 until about 1993, the 1 Squadron 'flagship' aircraft carried tail markings featuring a kookaburra imposed on a large yellow '1'. The artwork was referred to as the 'Supersonic Kookaburra'. Drawing code: F111C02A

A8147

F111C, Royal Australian Air Force, 1 Squadron 2002 RAAF Amberley, QLD

This tail marking, incorporating a kookaburra imposed over the Cross of Jerusalem, was applied to the six 1 Squadron aircraft deployed to Nevada for Red Flag 024 (FebruaryMarch 2002). The tail marking were retained for several years. Drawing code: F111C011

Royal Australian Air Force, 6 Squadron

A8113

F111C, Royal Australian Air Force, 6 Squadron 2005 RAAF Amberley, Qld, Australia

A8113 is shown wearing the more colourful version of the 6 Squadron tail markings. It carried these marking from 2004 to 2006 but had reverted to the low vis lightning bolt markings by 2007 Drawing code: F111C031

c 2005 RAAF Amberley, Qld, Australia

Same as above, but carrying six Mk82 low drag bombs.

Drawing code:

F111C0311

A8125

F111C, Royal Australian Air Force, 6 Squadron 2007 Amberley, Qld, Australia

Special tail scheme to mark the 90th anniversary of the establishment of 6 Squadron, AFC.

Drawing code:

F111C10A

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General Dynamics F111

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A8148

F111C, Royal Australian Air Force, 6 Squadron 2008 Amberley, Qld, Australia

The low visibility grey scheme was introduced with the arrival of F 111Gs. A8148 is shown loaded with an AGM142 Raptor missile. The guidance pod was carried under the starboard wing. Drawing code: F111C071

Royal Australian Air Force, 6 Squadron?

A8131

F111C, Royal Australian Air Force, 6 Squadron? 2003 Amberley, Qld, Australia

Special tail markings applied to A8131 to celebrate 30 years of F111 service in the RAAF.

Drawing code:

F111C13A

Royal Australian Air Force, ARDU

A8127

F111C, Royal Australian Air Force, ARDU 1986 Edinburgh, South Australia

Temporary 'shark mouth' artwork applied to the nose of A8127 while it was on loan to ARDU. There are 2 known versions of this artwork.

Drawing code:

F111C14A

A8132

F111C, Royal Australian Air Force, ARDU circa 1988 Edinburgh, South Australia

For many years A8132 served as a test and evaluation aircraft with the Aircraft Research and Development Unit. It is shown during trials with the GBU15 missile (inboard) and the AGM88 HARM missile. Drawing code: F111C0811

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General Dynamics F111

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General Dynamics F111

RF111C

Royal Australian Air Force, 6 Squadron

A8126

RF111C, Royal Australian Air Force, 6 Squadron 1985 Amberley, Qld, Australia

Four of the RAAF's F111Cs were built as reconnaissance aircraft. A8 126 was the first completed and was delivered as part of the first ferry flight, arriving in Amberley on 1 June 1973. Drawing code: F111C051

Late 2010 RAAF Amberley, QLD

Special tail markings were applied to mark the retirement of the type from RAAF service. This aircraft flew the last handling display and 'dump and burn' on the day of the retirement ceremony, 3 December 2010. Drawing code: F111C161

General Dynamics F111

F111G

Royal Australian Air Force, 6 Squadron

A8272 (Boneyard Wrangler)

F111G, Royal Australian Air Force, 6 Squadron 2001 Amberley, QLD Australia

A8272 was recovered from AMARC and as a result was given the name 'Boneyard Wrangler'. With its distinctive tail markings it was popular at air show. Shown loaded with a SUU20 dispenser carrying six practice bombs. Drawing code: F111G011

Detail of the tail artwork

Drawing code:

F111G01A

A8274

F111G, Royal Australian Air Force, 6 Squadron 1999 Amberley, QLD Australia

The special 6 Squadron 60th Anniversary tail marking was applied to A8274 during 1999. (Wing at 52 degree position)

Drawing code:

F111G0311

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General Dynamics F111

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Drawing code:

F111G0312

Tail marking detail

Drawing code:

F111G03A

2006 Amberley, QLD Australia

The 'hogs head' artwork appeared on A8274's lowvis 'lightning bolt' around 2004. A couple of years later the lightning bolt became a strong shade of blue (shown). This design was carried by most 6 Squadron during 2006 and 2007. Drawing code: F111G021

A8281

F111G, Royal Australian Air Force, 6 Squadron 1996 Amberley, QLD Australia

Special tail markings applied to A8281for the 75th Anniversary of the foundation of the Royal Australian Air Force.

Drawing code:

F111G05A

A8514

F111G, Royal Australian Air Force, 6 Squadron 2009 Amberley, QLD Australia

This is the last scheme worn by A8514 before it was retired. Under the cockpit are the names, Flt Lt Justin O'Brien 'Booger' (port) and Llt Lt Luke Warner 'Warness' (stbd). It is loaded with a BRU3 rack and Mk 82 bombs (6 per rack) Drawing code: F111G041

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Gloster Gladiator

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Gloster

Includes the following types and variants built by this manufacturer:

Meteor Grebe Gladiator

Gloster Gladiator

Gloster Gladiator

Mk.1

Irish Air Corps, No.1 Army Cooperation Squadron

24

Mk.1, Irish Air Corps, No.1 Army Cooperation Squadron 1939 Baldonnell, Ireland

One of 4 Gladiators delivered to the Irish Air Corps. Shown in the livery worn until March 1939 when it was replaced by a camouflage scheme.

Drawing code:

GGLA1021

Royal Air Force, 3 Squadron

K7956 Y

Mk.1, Royal Air Force, 3 Squadron August 1938 RAF Kenley, UK

Finished in standard aluminium dope with the squadron number in blue on the fin.

Drawing code:

GGLA1011

Gloster Gladiator

Sea Gladiator

Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm, Eagle Fighter Flight. 813 Fighter Squadron

N5517 6A

Sea Gladiator, Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm, Eagle Fighter Flight. 813 Fighter Squadron C Jul 1940 HMS Eagle, Mediterranean WW2 (Mediterranean)

One of the Gladiators operating from HMS Eagle during the later half of 1940.

Drawing code:

GGLAS012

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Gloster Grebe

Gloster Grebe

Grebe II

Royal Air Force, 19 Squadron

J7368

Grebe II, Royal Air Force, 19 Squadron Late 1927 Duxford, UK

19 Squadron was equipped with the Grebe from December 1924 till April 1928 and was based at Duxford. J7368 is shown in the final version of the colourful squadron markings. Drawing code: GREBE021

19 Squadron was equipped with the Grebe from December 1924 till April 1928 and was based at Duxford. J7368 is shown in the final version of the colourful squadron markings. Drawing code: GREBE0212

Royal Air Force, 25 Squadron

J7363

Grebe II, Royal Air Force, 25 Squadron Early 1927 Hucclecote, UK

This aircraft was flown by Sqn Ldr Peck, the CO of 25 Squadron. The squadron operated the Grebe from December 1924 until April 1928.

Drawing code:

GREBE031

Drawing code:

GREBE0312

Royal Air Force, 29 Squadron

J7293

Grebe II, Royal Air Force, 29 Squadron 1926 Duxford, UK

29 Squadron was based and Duxford and operated the Grebe from January 1925 to March 1928. The Red squadron markings were also repeated on the top of the upper wing. The engine cowl and wheelcovers are painted in the Flight colours. Drawing code: GREBE041

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Drawing code:

GREBE0412

Royal Air Force, 32 Squadron

J7599

Grebe II, Royal Air Force, 32 Squadron 1926 Kenley, UK

The Squadron was based at Kenley and operated the Grebe from November 1924 to February 1927.

Drawing code:

GREBE051

Drawing code:

GREBE0512

Royal Air Force, 56 Squadron

J7413

Grebe II, Royal Air Force, 56 Squadron 1926 Biggen Hill, UK

59 Squadron operated the Grebe between November 1924 and September 1927 and was based at Biggen Hill. The J7413 airframe is in its factory delivered configuration while the squadron markings are representative of their final form. Drawing code: GREBE011

Drawing code:

GREBE0112

59 Squadron operated the Grebe between November 1924 and September 1927 and was based at Biggen Hill. The J7413 airframe is in its factory delivered configuration while the squadron markings are representative of their final form. Drawing code: GREBE013

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Gloster Grebe

Scale Drawings

, Grebe II

Scale Drawings, , Grebe II

Scale 3view drawing of the Grebe II with cross sections and side view of a typical post mid1926 airframe. Can be laidout to suit specific requirements. Drawing code: 079602

, Grebe II & IIIDC

Scale Drawings, , Grebe II & IIIDC

Scale 3view drawing of the Grebe II with cross sections. Includes side view of the later variant and the 2seat trainer

Drawing code:

079601

, Grebe IIIDC

Scale Drawings, , Grebe IIIDC

Scale 3view drawing of the Grebe IIIDC 2seat trainer.

Drawing code:

079603

Gloster Meteor

Gloster Meteor

F.8

Royal Australian Air Force, 77 Squadron

A77851

F.8, Royal Australian Air Force, 77 Squadron March 1953 Kimpo. Korea Korean War

'Halestorm' artwork detail.

Drawing code:

MET801A

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A77851 ('Halestorm')

F.8, Royal Australian Air Force, 77 Squadron March 1953 Kimpo. Korea Korean War

'Halestorm' just after its return from action on 27 March 1953 in which George Hale claimed 1 Mig destroyed and one probable.

Drawing code:

MET8011

A77868 868 (Cap'n Mac)

F.8, Royal Australian Air Force, 77 Squadron Late 1953 Suwon, Korea Korean War

This aircraft is show while it served with the squadron during the Korea War. The name "Capt'n Mac" is marked in yellow beneath the cockpit. Drawing code: MET8031

Royal Australian Air Force, 78 Wing

A77882

F.8, Royal Australian Air Force, 78 Wing 1958 Australia

One of the aircraft of 78 Wing's aerobatic team the 'Meteorites'

Drawing code:

MET8021

Gotha

Includes the following types and variants built by this manufacturer:

G.V

Gotha G.V

Gotha G.V

Other Artwork

, Gotha, Cockpit cutaway

Other Artwork, , Gotha, Cockpit cutaway

Shaded b/w line drawing showing the layout of the pilot and bomb aimer/gunner positions.

Drawing code:

GT3BW01

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Grumman F4F Wildcat

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Grumman

Includes the following types and variants built by this manufacturer:

F4F Wildcat

Grumman F4F Wildcat

Grumman F4F Wildcat

F4F3

US Navy, VMF212

'8'

F4F3, US Navy, VMF212 1942 Guadalcanal WW2 (Pacific)

Aircraft flown by Colonel H.W. Bauer at Guadalcanal during Sept/Oct 1942.

Drawing code:

GF4F3011

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Handley Page H.P.42

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Handley Page

Includes the following types and variants built by this manufacturer:

Victor V/1500 Hastings Halifax H.P.52 Hampden H.P.42

Handley Page H.P.42

Handley Page H.P.42

H.P.42 Western

Airline, Imperial Airways

GAAXD (Horatius)

H.P.42 Western, Airline, Imperial Airways Mid 1930s Croydon, UK

GAAXD was one of four H.P.42s configured for UK to Europe services. It was in service from November 1931 until put under RAF command in September 1939. The HP42s were very popular and each flew over 12,000 flying hours with Imperial Airways. Drawing code: HP42022

Royal Air Force, National Air Communications

GAAXC (Heracles)

H.P.42 Western, Royal Air Force, National Air Communications Early 1940 Whitchurch, UK

The HP42 aircraft were pressed into service with the RAF in September 1939, and were painted in camouflage.

Drawing code:

HP42011

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Handley Page H.P.52 Hampden

Handley Page H.P.52 Hampden

P.5

Royal Swedish Air Force,

190/810 46

P.5, Royal Swedish Air Force, C1940 Malmen, Sweden WW2 (Europe)

This was the sole Hampden delivered to the Swedish Air Force, shown as it appeared during WW2.

Drawing code:

HMPDN011

Handley Page H.P.52 Hampden

Mk I

Royal Air Force, 106 Squadron

P1228 ZNL

Mk I, Royal Air Force, 106 Squadron Mid 1941 Coningsby, UK WW2 (Europe)

106 Squadron was flying Hampden on operational missions from late 1940 until early 1942. P1228 was lost on a bombing mission to Hamburg on 1 December 1941. Drawing code: HMPDN041

Royal Air Force, 144 Squadron

AE143 PLV

Mk I, Royal Air Force, 144 Squadron Sept 1941 North Luffenham, UK WW2 (Europe)

This aircraft was lost returning from a raid on the Admiral Scheer, Hamburg Docks, on 30 September 1941.

Drawing code:

HMPDN021

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Handley Page H.P.52 Hampden

TB.Mk I

Royal Air Force, 486 Squadron, Coastal Command

AT255 XAA

TB.Mk I, Royal Air Force, 486 Squadron, Coastal Command C 1942 UK WW2 (Europe)

The TB. Mk I had deeper bomb bay door to allow for the carriage of torpedos.

Drawing code:

HMPDN031

Handley Page Halifax

Handley Page Halifax

Halifax Mk III

Royal Air Force, 51 Squadron

LV857 MHH2

Halifax Mk III, Royal Air Force, 51 Squadron March 1944 Snaith, UK WW2 (Europe)

LV857 was one of the 31 Halifaxes lost on the RAF's disastrous Nuremburg raid of 30/31 March 1944. The Squadron converted from Halifax II to the Halifax III in January 1944. Artwork based on typical Bomber Command markings of the period. Drawing code: HAL3021

Royal Air Force, 640 Squadron

MZ707 C8T (Tommy the Tourist)

Halifax Mk III, Royal Air Force, 640 Squadron Leconfield, Yorkshire, UK WW2

Details of the nose artwork and mission markings.

Drawing code:

HAL301A

Aug 1944 Leconfield, Yorkshire, UK WW2

This aircraft completed 38 missions with 640 Squadron.

Drawing code:

HAL3011

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Handley Page Hastings

Handley Page Hastings

H.P.95 Hastings C.Mk 3

Royal New Zealand Air Force, 40 Squadron

NZ5801

H.P.95 Hastings C.Mk 3, Royal New Zealand Air Force, 40 Squadron 1965 Whenuapai, New Zealand

This aircraft served with the RNZAF from 1952 and is shown in the scheme it carried in 1965, just prior to its retirement.

Drawing code:

HAST3012

Handley Page V/1500

Handley Page V/1500

V/1500

Royal Air Force,

F7136

V/1500, Royal Air Force, Nov 1918 UK

On 15 November 1918, F7136 undertook a record flight when it took forty passengers, including some women, on a thirtythreeminute flight over London and reached an altitude of 6,500 feet. It was flown by test pilot Clifford Prodger. Drawing code: V1500011

Handley Page Victor

Handley Page Victor

Victor B Mk2R

Royal Air Force, 543 Squadron

XM718

Victor B Mk2R, Royal Air Force, 543 Squadron 1968 Wyton, UK

Originally built as a B.2, XM718 was converted to the reconnaissance variant, SR.2. 543 Squadron aircraft carried a blue shield on the nose with the RAF Wyton crest and below it the insignia of the squadrons operating from the base. Drawing code: VCT2011

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Handley Page Victor

Victor K Mk 2

Royal Air Force, 55 Squadron

XL164 (Saucy Sal)

Victor K Mk 2, Royal Air Force, 55 Squadron 1993 Gulf War, Desert Storm

55 Squadron Victors that provided aerial refuelling capacity during the 1990 Gulf War. The eight deployed tankers were given nose art, including XL164. Drawing code: VCT2021

Handley Page Victor

Scale Drawing

, Victor B.1

Scale Drawing, , Victor B.1

Scale side view of the Victor B.1 (B Mk 1). Sets of scale drawings can be arranged to suit specific requirements.

Drawing code:

07811

, Victor B.2R

Scale Drawing, , Victor B.2R

3view scale drawing with cross sections of the Victor B.2R with Blue Steel missile. Sets of scale drawings can be arranged to suit specific requirements. Drawing code: 07812

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Hansa Brandenburg D.I

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Hansa Brandenburg

Includes the following types and variants built by this manufacturer:

W.33 series D.I

Hansa Brandenburg D.I

Hansa Brandenburg D.I

D.I, Series 28

AustroHungarian Air Service,

D.I, Series 28, AustroHungarian Air Service,

(Unshade/flat profile)

Drawing code:

BRD1131

(Unshade/flat profile)

Drawing code:

BRD1151

'4'

D.I, Series 28, AustroHungarian Air Service,

(Unshade/flat profile)

Drawing code:

BRD1231

'6'

D.I, Series 28, AustroHungarian Air Service,

(Unshade/flat profile)

Drawing code:

BRD1011

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20.14

D.I, Series 28, AustroHungarian Air Service, 1917

(Unshade/flat profile) This aircraft underwent considerable modification in an attempt to improve performance.

Drawing code:

BRD1281

28.01

D.I, Series 28, AustroHungarian Air Service, March 1917

(Unshade/flat profile)

Drawing code:

BRD1031

28.05

D.I, Series 28, AustroHungarian Air Service, Nov 1917

(Unshade/flat profile)

Drawing code:

BRD1061

28.06

D.I, Series 28, AustroHungarian Air Service,

(Unshade/flat profile)

Drawing code:

BRD1071

28.10(?)

D.I, Series 28, AustroHungarian Air Service,

(Unshade/flat profile)

Drawing code:

BRD1121

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28.33

D.I, Series 28, AustroHungarian Air Service, July 1917

(Unshade/flat profile)

Drawing code:

BRD1171

28.37

D.I, Series 28, AustroHungarian Air Service, Sept 1917

(Unshade/flat profile)

Drawing code:

BRD1191

28.38

D.I, Series 28, AustroHungarian Air Service,

(Unshade/flat profile)

Drawing code:

BRD1201

28.40

D.I, Series 28, AustroHungarian Air Service,

(Unshade/flat profile)

Drawing code:

BRD1211

28.44(?)

D.I, Series 28, AustroHungarian Air Service,

(Unshade/flat profile)

Drawing code:

BRD1241

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28.58 '3'

D.I, Series 28, AustroHungarian Air Service,

(Unshade/flat profile)

Drawing code:

BRD1251

28.62

D.I, Series 28, AustroHungarian Air Service,

(Unshade/flat profile)

Drawing code:

BRD1181

28.64(?)

D.I, Series 28, AustroHungarian Air Service,

(Unshade/flat profile)

Drawing code:

BRD1161

AustroHungarian Air Service, Fliegerdetachment Hauptmann Nikitish

28.47

D.I, Series 28, AustroHungarian Air Service, Fliegerdetachment Hauptmann Nikitish 1917 Romanian region WW1 (Italian Front)

(Unshaded/flat profile) Aircraft was utilised for escort and as an interceptor fighter on the Transylvanian Front.

Drawing code:

BRD1221

(Unshaded/flat profile)

Drawing code:

BRD1223

(Unshaded/flat profile) The black wing tips were probably tactical markings.

Drawing code:

BRD1224

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AustroHungarian Air Service, Flik 12

28.02

D.I, Series 28, AustroHungarian Air Service, Flik 12 April 1917 Isonzo region WW1 (Italian Front)

(Unshade/flat profile) Flown by FP Oblt Frank LinkeCrawford.

Drawing code:

BRD1021

AustroHungarian Air Service, Flik 16

28.26

D.I, Series 28, AustroHungarian Air Service, Flik 16 1917 Carinthian region WW1 (Italian Front)

(Unshade/flat profile) Hptm Stojsavljevic was shot down in air combat in this aircraft on 11 Jan 1918 and badly injured.

Drawing code:

BRD1111

28.30

D.I, Series 28, AustroHungarian Air Service, Flik 16 May 1917 Carinthian region WW1 (Italian Front)

(Unshade/flat profile) Aircraft had nonstandard machine gun installation. Three air victories were achieved in this aircraft.

Drawing code:

BRD1101

AustroHungarian Air Service, Flik 19

28.03

D.I, Series 28, AustroHungarian Air Service, Flik 19 1917 WW1 (Italian Front)

(Unshade/flat profile) Shown with early style rudder.

Drawing code:

BRD1041

AustroHungarian Air Service, Flik 34

28.04

D.I, Series 28, AustroHungarian Air Service, Flik 34 1917 Isonzo region WW1 (Italian Front)

(Unshade/flat profile) Personal aircraft of Stfw Alexander Renner.

Drawing code:

BRD1051

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AustroHungarian Air Service, Flik 41/J

28.11

D.I, Series 28, AustroHungarian Air Service, Flik 41/J July 1917 Isonzo region WW1 (Italian Front)

(Unshade/flat profile)

Drawing code:

BRD1081

28.13

D.I, Series 28, AustroHungarian Air Service, Flik 41/J 1917 Isonzo region WW1 (Italian Front)

(Unshade/flat profile)

Drawing code:

BRD1091

28.15

D.I, Series 28, AustroHungarian Air Service, Flik 41/J Aug 1917 Isonzo region WW1 (Italian Front)

(Unshade/flat profile) Aircraft's original rudder was replace by the later style version.

Drawing code:

BRD1141

Hansa Brandenburg D.I

D.I, Series 65

AustroHungarian Air Service, Flik 12

65.53

D.I, Series 65, AustroHungarian Air Service, Flik 12 Dec 1917 Isonzo region WW1 (Italian Front)

FP Oblt. Brumowski achieve an air victory in this aircraft, 3 Dec 1916

Drawing code:

BRD1291

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AustroHungarian Air Service, Flik 19

65.58

D.I, Series 65, AustroHungarian Air Service, Flik 19 Dec 1917 WW1 (Italian Front)

Drawing code:

BRD1271

AustroHungarian Air Service, Flik 34

65.68

D.I, Series 65, AustroHungarian Air Service, Flik 34 Feb 1917 Isonzo region WW1 (Italian Front)

FP Hptm Stojsavljevic achieved on air victory in this aircraft, 13 Feb 1917.

Drawing code:

BRD1301

Hansa Brandenburg D.I

D.I, Series 65.70

AustroHungarian Air Service, Flik 34

65.78

D.I, Series 65.70, AustroHungarian Air Service, Flik 34 Jan 1917 Isonzo region WW1 (Italian Front)

Aircraft was badly damaged during a test flight, not long after being assigned to Flik 34

Drawing code:

BRD1261

Hansa Brandenburg W.33 series

Hansa Brandenburg W.33 series

Other Artwork

, W.33, Cutaway

Other Artwork, , W.33, Cutaway

Cutaway drawing of the IVL A.22 (Finnish built Brandenburg W.33)

Drawing code:

BRD33BW1

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Hawker Hunter

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Hawker

Includes the following types and variants built by this manufacturer:

Typhoon Sea Fury Hurricane Hunter

Hawker Hunter

Hawker Hunter

F.5

Royal Air Force, 1 Squadron

WP180 K

F.5, Royal Air Force, 1 Squadron 1956 RAF Akrotiri, Cyprus Suez Crisis

Aircraft participated in the Suez Crisis, November 1956, and carries black and yellow operational markings on the fuselage and wings.

Drawing code:

HUNT041

Hawker Hunter

F.6

Royal Air Force, 229 Operational Conversion Unit

XF387 48

F.6, Royal Air Force, 229 Operational Conversion Unit 1970 Upper Heyford, UK

This aircraft was on strength with 229 OCU and carried 63 Squadron markings in reference to one of the unit's provisional reserve squadrons. Drawing code: HUNT161

XG199 44

F.6, Royal Air Force, 229 Operational Conversion Unit 1969 United Kingdom

Aircraft of the 229 Operational Conversion Unit, 63 Squadron.

Drawing code:

HUNT071

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Hawker Hunter

FR.71A

Chilean Air Force, Gruppo 8

J735

FR.71A, Chilean Air Force, Gruppo 8 Late 1980s Chile

Drawing code:

HUNT061

Hawker Hunter

F.58

Schweizerische Flugwaffe (Swiss A.F.),

J4039

F.58, Schweizerische Flugwaffe (Swiss A.F.), 1958 Switzerland

One of the first batch of Hunters delivered to the Swiss Air Force. The F.58 was similar to the British F.6.

Drawing code:

HUNT171

Hawker Hunter

FGA.9

Royal Air Force, 79 Squadron, 229 OCU

XG254 K

FGA.9, Royal Air Force, 79 Squadron, 229 OCU 1971 UK

Standard with Sqn markings

Drawing code:

HUNT181

Royal Air Force, Defence Test & Evaluation Organisation

XE601

FGA.9, Royal Air Force, Defence Test & Evaluation Organisation 1996 Boscombe Down, UK

Underside view

Drawing code:

HUNT154

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1996 Boscombe Down, UK Testing

Used for simulated attacks against troops & pilot training. Originally built as an F Mk6 and first flew May 1956.

Drawing code:

HUNT151

Sultan of Oman's Air Force, 6 Squadron

FGA.9, Sultan of Oman's Air Force, 6 Squadron Oman

Drawing code:

HUNT051

Hawker Hunter

T.7

Royal Air Force, 4 Flying Training School

XL613 91

T.7, Royal Air Force, 4 Flying Training School Circa 1973 United Kingdom Training

Drawing code:

HUNT081

Royal Air Force, 63 Squadron

XL564 99

T.7, Royal Air Force, 63 Squadron 1968 United Kingdom

Aircraft of the 229 Operational Conversion Unit, 63 Squadron.

Drawing code:

HUNT091

Royal Danish Air Force,

N305

T.7, Royal Danish Air Force, Circa 1960 Netherlands

Drawing code:

HUNT141

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Hawker Hunter

T.8

Royal Air Force, 208 Squadron

XE665

T.8, Royal Air Force, 208 Squadron 1980 United Kingdom

Drawing code:

HUNT101

Royal Navy, Fleet Air Arm FRADU

XL584 VL

T.8, Royal Navy, Fleet Air Arm FRADU 1967 RNAS Yeovilton, UK

Operated by the Fleet Requirements and Direction Unit and known as the 'Admiral's Barge'.

Drawing code:

HUNT131

Detail of the flag carried on the nose of the aircraft.

Drawing code:

HUNT13A

Hawker Hunter

T.8M

Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm, 899 Squadron

XL580 717

T.8M, Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm, 899 Squadron 1980 United Kingdom

Aircraft fitted with Blue Fox radar as used in the Sea Harrier.

Drawing code:

HUNT111

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Hawker Hunter

Mk.12

Royal Aircraft Establishment,

XE531

Mk.12, Royal Aircraft Establishment, 1976 Farnborough, United Kingdom

Drawing code:

HUNT121

Hawker Hurricane

Hawker Hurricane

Prototype

Royal Air Force,

K5083

Prototype, Royal Air Force, Nov 1935 Brooklands, UK

Prototype at the time of its maiden flight. The canopy was later strengthened and the tail plane bracing removed.

Drawing code:

HURP011

Hawker Hurricane

Mk I

Belgium Air Force, 2/I/2Ae

H24 H24

Mk I, Belgium Air Force, 2/I/2Ae 1940 Belgium WW2 (Europe)

Most of Belgium's Hurricane were destroyed in a German air raid on Schaffen airfield in the early hours of the first day of the invasion (approx 5am, 10 May 1940). Belgium surrendered on 18 May. Drawing code: HUR1121

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Finnish Air Force, HLeLv30

HC 452 '5'

Mk I, Finnish Air Force, HLeLv30 1942 Finland WW2

Aircraft after repainting in Finnish colours and carrying Continuation War markings.

Drawing code:

HUR1031

Irish Air Corps, 1 Fighter Squadron

103 103

Mk I, Irish Air Corps, 1 Fighter Squadron May 1944 Rineanna, Ireland WW2

One of 20 Hurricanes operated by the Irish Air Corps.

Drawing code:

HUR1071

Royal Air Force, 111 Squadron

L1581

Mk I, Royal Air Force, 111 Squadron July 1938 Villacoublay, France

Markings worn for Bastille Day Celebration flypast over Paris. First squadron to receive the Hurricane.

Drawing code:

HUR1021

111 Squadron badge as carried on the tail fin.

Drawing code:

HUR102A

Royal Air Force, 17 Squadron

N2359 YBJ (Popeye (artwork))

Mk I, Royal Air Force, 17 Squadron Sept 1940 Debden, UK WW2 (Battle of Britain)

N2359 is depicted in the scheme it wore during the Battle of Britain. It was originally build with fabric wings but by this time it had undergone an airframe upgrade that included the fitting of metal wings. Drawing code: HUR1011

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Drawing code:

HUR1013

Drawing code:

HUR1015

Royal Air Force, 249 Squadron

P3576 GNA

Mk I, Royal Air Force, 249 Squadron August 1940 UK WW2 (Battle of Britain)

Flt Lt James Brindley Nicolson was flying GNA when, despite his aircraft being on fire, he continued to fire at a Bf 110 before baling out. He was awarded to Victoria Cross for his actions. No photos exist of GNA and this drawing is based research. Drawing code: HUR1131

Royal Air Force, 257 Squadron

V6864 DTA

Mk I, Royal Air Force, 257 Squadron Late 1940 UK WW2 (Battle of Britain)

Flown by Sqn Ldr (later Wg Cmd) Robert StanfordTuck. Marked with 25 confirmed or probable victories.

Drawing code:

HUR1051

The Burmese flag carried below the cockpit on the starboard side.

Drawing code:

HUR105A

Royal Air Force, 306 Torunski (City of Torun) Squadron

V7118 VUZ

Mk I, Royal Air Force, 306 Torunski (City of Torun) Squadron Nov 1940 UK WW2

The aircraft of this Polish squadron carried the Polish national insignia.

Drawing code:

HUR1091

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Royal Air Force, 73 Squadron

P2569 D

Mk I, Royal Air Force, 73 Squadron 193940 France Phoney War

Hurricane equipped 73 Squadron and 1 Squadron formed 67 Wing, Advanced Air Striking Force. They were based in France from Sept 1939 until withdrawn in June 1940. Drawing code: HUR1041

P2575 'J'

Mk I, Royal Air Force, 73 Squadron 193940 France Phoney War

With No 1 Squadron No 73 formed 67 Wing, Advanced Air Striking based in France during the 'phoney' war.

Drawing code:

HUR1081

South African Air Force, 3 Squadron

V7772

Mk I, South African Air Force, 3 Squadron Mar 1941 Amriga, WW2 (Western Desert)

Hawker built aircraft. Served with the SAAF.

Drawing code:

HUR1101

Hawker Hurricane

Mk I (Trop)

Royal Air Force, 208 (Army Cooperation) Squadron

P2638

Mk I (Trop), Royal Air Force, 208 (Army Cooperation) Squadron 1941 Western Desert WW2 (Western Desert)

With partial Italian style mottled camouflage applied in the field.

Drawing code:

HUR1061

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Hawker Hurricane

Mk IA (Sea)

Royal Navy, Merchant Ship Fighter Unit

V6756 NJL

Mk IA (Sea), Royal Navy, Merchant Ship Fighter Unit 1941 UK WW2

Equipped for catapult launch from merchant ships. This aircraft was carried by the CAM ship 'Empire Tide'.

Drawing code:

HUR1A021

Z4867 LUY

Mk IA (Sea), Royal Navy, Merchant Ship Fighter Unit 1941 UK WW2

Equipped for catapult launch from merchant ships.

Drawing code:

HUR1A011

Hawker Hurricane

Mk IIB

Royal Air Force, 151 Wing, 81 Squadron

Z3768 FK49

Mk IIB, Royal Air Force, 151 Wing, 81 Squadron Sept 1941 Vaenga, Northern Russia WW2

One of 39 Hurricanes of 81 and 135 Squadron that were sent to Russia in Aug 1941

Drawing code:

HUR2B031

Soviet Air Force,

BM959 60

Mk IIB, Soviet Air Force, Late 1942 WW2 (Europe)

Shot down over Tiiksjarvi, Finland. The pilot was nicknamed the 'Wolf of Vienna'

Drawing code:

HUR2B021

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Hawker Hurricane

Mk IIB (Sea)

Royal Navy, 800 Squadron, FAA

JS327

Mk IIB (Sea), Royal Navy, 800 Squadron, FAA 1942 North Africa WW2 (Operation Torch)

Operated from HMS Bitter during the Torch landings in North Africa.

Drawing code:

HUR2B011

Hawker Hurricane

Mk IIC

Royal Air Force, 3 Squadron

Z3069 QOF

Mk IIC, Royal Air Force, 3 Squadron 1942 UK WW2

Aircraft was used for night intruder duties.

Drawing code:

HUR2C011

Royal Air Force, 87 Squadron

HL864 LK? (Nighty Duty)

Mk IIC, Royal Air Force, 87 Squadron Late '41 UK WW2

The squadron was involved in night intruder operations from mid 1940 to late 1942

Drawing code:

HUR2C051

Hawker Hurricane

Mk IIC (Trop)

Royal Air Force, 34 (F) Squadron

LB957 EGN

Mk IIC (Trop), Royal Air Force, 34 (F) Squadron 194344 Burma WW2 (Burma/India)

Aircraft carried white SEAC recognition bands.

Drawing code:

HUR2C021

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Royal Air Force, 94 Squadron

HL844 OP (Sir Roderic)

Mk IIC (Trop), Royal Air Force, 94 Squadron Late 1942 Western Desert WW2 (Western Desert)

'Sir Roderic', one of 3 Hurricanes donated by Lady Mac Robert and named in memory of her son.

Drawing code:

HUR2C031

Artwork painted on the port cowl.

Drawing code:

HUR2C03A

Artwork painted on the starboard cowl.

Drawing code:

HUR2C03B

Hawker Hurricane

Mk IV

Royal Air Force, 164 'ArgentineBritish' Squadron

KX561 FJG

Mk IV, Royal Air Force, 164 'ArgentineBritish' Squadron 1943 Middle Wallop, UK WW2 (Europe)

164 Squadron began operating the Mk IV and a few Mk.IID from early 1943, and continued to fly Hurricanes until they were reequipped with Typhoons in 1944. Drawing code: HUR4021

Royal Air Force, 6 Squadron

KZ188 C

Mk IV, Royal Air Force, 6 Squadron May 1944 Italy WW2 (Europe)

No 6 Sqn flew the last Hurricane first line sortie before the Hurricane was officially withdrawn (15/1/47)

Drawing code:

HUR4011

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Hawker Hurricane

Mk T.IIC(T)

Persian Air Force,

Mk T.IIC(T), Persian Air Force, 1947 Doshan Teppeh, Persia Training

Originally built with both cockpits open, however the Tempest canopy was added to the rear cockpit before delivery

Drawing code:

HURT2011

Hawker Sea Fury

Hawker Sea Fury

FB.11

Civilian,

NX232MB 232 (September Fury)

FB.11, Civilian, 2006 Reno, Nevada Air Racing

"September Fury" won the Unlimited Class Gold Race at the 2006 National Championship Air Races at Reno, Nevada, with a speed of 481.619 mph Drawing code: SFRY021

Royal Australian Navy, 20th Carrier Air Group

WE673 135

FB.11, Royal Australian Navy, 20th Carrier Air Group Oct 1951 HMAS Sydney, Korean Coast Korean War

Sea Furies of 805 and 808 Squadrons, and Fireflies of 817 Squadron formed the 20th Carrier Air Group that served on HMAS Sydney during the Korean War. They were in action from 5 October 1951 to 25 January 1952. Drawing code: SFRY011

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Hawker Typhoon

Hawker Typhoon

Typhoon FR.1b

Royal Air Force, 268 Squadron

EK196 M

Typhoon FR.1b, Royal Air Force, 268 Squadron Sept 1944 UK WW2 (Europe)

Drawing code:

TYPH012

JP389?

Typhoon FR.1b, Royal Air Force, 268 Squadron July 1944 UK WW2 (Europe)

This aircraft was used for conversion training and familiarisation. Serial number believed to be JP389

Drawing code:

TYPH022

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Hawker Siddeley HS 121 Trident

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Hawker Siddeley

Includes the following types and variants built by this manufacturer:

HS 121 Trident Hawk Harrier

Hawker Siddeley HS 121 Trident

Hawker Siddeley HS 121 Trident

Scale Drawing

, Trident 1C

Scale Drawing, , Trident 1C

Scale side drawing of the Trident 1C (early). Scale drawing artwork may be arranged to suit specific requirements.

Drawing code:

082802

, Trident 2E

Scale Drawing, , Trident 2E

Threeview scale side drawing of the Trident 2E, including cross sections. Scale drawing artwork may be arranged to suit specific requirements. Drawing code: 082801

, Trident 2E, 1C & 3B

Scale Drawing, , Trident 2E, 1C & 3B

Scale side drawing of the Trident 2E with cross sections and comparison side views of the 1C (early) and the 3B. Scale drawing artwork may be arranged to suit specific requirements. Drawing code: 082800

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, Trident 3B

Scale Drawing, , Trident 3B

Scale side drawing of the Trident 3B. Scale drawing artwork may be arranged to suit specific requirements.

Drawing code:

082803

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Heinkel He 177 Greif

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Heinkel

Includes the following types and variants built by this manufacturer:

He 70 He 177 Greif

Heinkel He 177 Greif

Heinkel He 177 Greif

Prototypes

Luftwaffe,

SF+TC

Prototypes, Luftwaffe, Autumn 1941 Germany WW2

This was the last aircraft (WerkNr. 00008), to be built from the onset as a prototype. It was followed by 35 preproduction aircraft.

Drawing code:

He177011

Heinkel He 177 Greif

He 177A5/R2

Luftwaffe, KG 40 (6. Staffel, II.Gruppe, Kampfgeschwader 40)

F8+KP

He 177A5/R2, Luftwaffe, KG 40 (6. Staffel, II.Gruppe, Kampfgeschwader 40) Autumn 1944 France WW2 (Europe)

KG40 flew antishipping missions with the Hs 293 glider bomb (shown mounted to fuselage station). The first such mission was in November 1943. Drawing code: He177021

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Heinkel He 70

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Heinkel He 70

Heinkel He 70

He 70G

Aircraft Manufacturer, RollsRoyce

GADZF

He 70G, Aircraft Manufacturer, RollsRoyce Circa 1934 United Kingdom

Purchased by RollsRoyce in late 1935 an used as an engine test bed.

Drawing code:

HE70011

Helio

Includes the following types and variants built by this manufacturer:

Courier

Helio Courier

Helio Courier

H295 Super Courier

Airline, Comstol Air Transit

N6345V

H295 Super Courier, Airline, Comstol Air Transit 1969 San Francisco, California, USA

In 1969 Comstol was providing air services between Oakland International Airport and ski resorts in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Comstol promoted itself as the 'fun' airline. Drawing code: HECO011

As per HECO011 but shown with ground line.

Drawing code:

HECO011a

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IAI (Israeli Aircraft Industries) Nesher

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IAI (Israeli Aircraft Industries)

Includes the following types and variants built by this manufacturer:

Nesher

IAI (Israeli Aircraft Industries) Nesher

IAI (Israeli Aircraft Industries) Nesher

Scale Drawing

, Nesher

Scale Drawing, , Nesher

Scale drawing: Port side view. Original in 1/72 scale but artwork can be scaled and arranged as required.

Drawing code:

NESH001

Scale drawing: Plan view. Original in 1/72 scale but artwork can be scaled and arranged as required.

Drawing code:

NESH003

Scale drawing: Underside view. Original in 1/72 scale but artwork can be scaled and arranged as required.

Drawing code:

NESH004

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Junkers Ju 87 Stuka

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Junkers

Includes the following types and variants built by this manufacturer:

Ju 87 Stuka

Junkers Ju 87 Stuka

Junkers Ju 87 Stuka

Ju 87A1

Legion Kondor, Jagdgruppe 88, 5. Staffel

294

Ju 87A1, Legion Kondor, Jagdgruppe 88, 5. Staffel 1938 Vitoria, Spain Spanish Civil War

One of three Ju 87A1that went into operation with the Luftwaffe component of the Condor Legion in 1938.

Drawing code:

JU87A011

Junkers Ju 87 Stuka

Ju 87B2

Italy, Regia Aeronautica, 209ª Squadriglia, 102° Gruppo

5763 209

Ju 87B2, Italy, Regia Aeronautica, 209ª Squadriglia, 102° Gruppo Sept 1941 Western Desert WW2 (Mediterranean)

The Stuka was known as the Picchiatelli in Italian service. This was one of 3 aircraft that force landed due to fuel starvation. It then fell into British hands. Drawing code: JU87B011

Luftwaffe, II./St G1

6GCC

Ju 87B2, Luftwaffe, II./St G1 1941/42 Russian Front WW2 (Russian Front)

Aircraft finished in the temporary white winter scheme.

Drawing code:

JU87B021

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Royal Air Force,

5763 209

Ju 87B2, Royal Air Force, Sept 1941 Western Desert WW2 (Mediterranean)

This was one of 3 aircraft of 209ª Squadriglia, 102° Gruppo (Italian Air Force) that force landed due to fuel starvation. It was captured by the British and given RAF markings Drawing code: JU87B031

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Lockheed C130 Hercules

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Lockheed

Includes the following types and variants built by this manufacturer:

P38 Lightning P2 Neptune Constellation C130 Hercules

Lockheed C130 Hercules

Lockheed C130 Hercules

C130A

Royal Air Force, 36 Squadron

A97205

C130A, Royal Air Force, 36 Squadron 1972 Australia

Aircraft shown at the time of its retirement. On 9 November 1972 it undertook a special ceremonial flight from Richmond to mark the completion of 36 Squadron's 100,000 hours of C130 operations without a major accident Drawing code: C130A021

Royal Australian Air Force, 86 Wing

A97205 05

C130A, Royal Australian Air Force, 86 Wing Early 1960s Richmond, Australia

A97205 was among the first 5 Hercules delivered to the RAAF. It served with 86 Wing from December 1958 until August 1965. Around 1961 Daygo orange panels were applied to the fins, and also the underside of the wing tips and/or tailplane of some C130As. Drawing code: C130A011

Lockheed C130 Hercules

Scale Drawings

, C130E

Scale Drawings, , C130E

Model comparison drawings: C130E 3view scale line drawing.

Drawing code:

071503

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, C130E, C130A

Scale Drawings, , C130E, C130A

Model comparison drawings: C130E 3view scale line drawing with C 130A side view comparison. Can be arranged to suit specific page layout. Drawing code: 071501

, C130J

Scale Drawings, , C130J

Model comparison drawings: C130J 3view scale line drawing.

Drawing code:

071504

, C130J, C130H

Scale Drawings, , C130J, C130H

Model comparison drawings: C130J 3view scale line drawing with C 130H side view comparison. Can be arranged to suit specific page layout. Drawing code: 071502

Lockheed Constellation

Lockheed Constellation

C69

Aircraft Manufacturer, Lockheed

NX25600

C69, Aircraft Manufacturer, Lockheed Jan1943 Burbank, California

The first Lockheed Constellation. First flew 9 January 1943.

Drawing code:

L0049011

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Lockheed Constellation

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Lockheed Constellation

L.049 Constellation

Airline, American Overseas Airlines

NC90922 FlagshipCopenhagen

L.049 Constellation, Airline, American Overseas Airlines C1946 USA

American Overseas Airlines was the third airline to receive the L.049.

Drawing code:

L0049021

Airline, BOAC

GAHEN Baltimore

L.049 Constellation, Airline, BOAC UK

GAHEN was originally delivered in a natural metal finish, but this was replaced in the early 1950s with the more familiar white top/blue cheat line scheme (shown) Drawing code: L0049041

Originally built under the C695 military designation this aircraft was converted to delivery to BOAC at the end of the war. Shown in original BOAC scheme. Drawing code: L0049051

Airline, TWA

N86516 Star of Ireland

L.049 Constellation, Airline, TWA Late 1940s USA

Aircraft shown in early style TWA markings.

Drawing code:

L0049061

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Lockheed Constellation

L.149 Constellation

Airline, El Al

4XAKA

L.149 Constellation, Airline, El Al C1950 Israel

El Al ordered 3 L.149 Constellations.

Drawing code:

L0149011

Lockheed Constellation

L.749 Constellation

Airline, Pan American World Airways

NC86520 Clipper America

L.749 Constellation, Airline, Pan American World Airways USA

One of four L.749 ordered by Pan American. Finished in the standard natural aluminium, blue trim, Pan Am scheme.

Drawing code:

L0749021

Airline, QANTAS

VHEAA (Ross Smith)

L.749 Constellation, Airline, QANTAS C1954 Sydney, Australia

The first Constellation delivered to QANTAS. Shown in later markings after conversion to an L.749A79.

Drawing code:

L0749011

Lockheed Constellation

C121A

USAF, Military Air Transport Service, Atlantic Division

48612

C121A, USAF, Military Air Transport Service, Atlantic Division Circa 1950 USA

Aircraft shown in early MATS markings.

Drawing code:

LC121011

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Lockheed Constellation

C121C

Civilian, Historical Aircraft Restoration Society

N4115Q

C121C, Civilian, Historical Aircraft Restoration Society Sept 1994 DavisMonthan AFB

Aircraft shown at the time of its first flight after restoration by HARS.

Drawing code:

L1049081

VHEAG

C121C, Civilian, Historical Aircraft Restoration Society Late 2002 NSW, Australia

Restored C121C operated by HARS. Aircraft is registered as VHEAG, "Southern Preservation".

Drawing code:

L1049071

USAF, 1608 ATW, MATS Atlantic

540157

C121C, USAF, 1608 ATW, MATS Atlantic C 1955 Charleston

This aircraft was delivered to the USAF in 1955. The aircraft is shown in markings typical of the period and assumed to have been applied to 540157. Drawing code: L1049101

USAF, 193 TEWS, Pennsylvania ANG

540157

C121C, USAF, 193 TEWS, Pennsylvania ANG C 1975 USA

This aircraft served with the Pennsylvania ANG from mid 1972 till mid 1977 when it was flown to Davis Monthan AFB for storage.

Drawing code:

L1049091

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Lockheed Constellation

EC121R

USAF, 553rd Reconnaissance Wing

EC121R, USAF, 553rd Reconnaissance Wing C1968 Korat RTAFB, Thailand Vietnam War

One of 30 aircraft special modified as data relay aircraft and used in Project Batcats.

Drawing code:

LC121021

Lockheed Constellation

L.1049 Super Constellation

Airline, Trans World Airlines

N6902C Star of the Seine

L.1049 Super Constellation, Airline, Trans World Airlines C1953 USA

This aircraft was delivered to TWA in may 1952. It crashed in the Grand Canyon on 30 June 1956 after a collision with a United DC7.

Drawing code:

L1049011

Lockheed Constellation

L.1049G Super Constellation

Airline, Lufthansa

DALID

L.1049G Super Constellation, Airline, Lufthansa Late 1950s Germany

Lufthansa operated 8 model 1049G.

Drawing code:

L1049021

Airline, QANTAS

VHEAD Southern Dawn

L.1049G Super Constellation, Airline, QANTAS 1958 Australia

Delivered to QANTAS in Nov 1955 and entered service in Jan 1956. Shown after conversion to a L1049G82.

Drawing code:

L1049051

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Lockheed Constellation

L.1649A Starliner

Airline, Alaska Airlines

N7316C

L.1649A Starliner, Airline, Alaska Airlines C1962 Alaska, USA

Alaska Airlines leased two L.1649A46s to operate its MATS contract flights between the USA and Europe.

Drawing code:

L1649011

Airline, Lufthansa

DALER

L.1649A Starliner, Airline, Lufthansa C 1958 Germany

The L.1649A was referred to as 'Super Star' in Lufthansa service.

Drawing code:

L1649021

Lockheed Constellation

Scale Drawing

, Civil Variants

Scale Drawing, , Civil Variants

Model comparison drawings. Civilian variants of the Lockheed Constellation (L.049, L.649, L.749, L.1049, L.1049C/E, L.1049G/H and L.1649A). Base artwork maybe modified and rearranged to suit particular application. Drawing code: LCONMV01

, Military Variants

Scale Drawing, , Military Variants

Model comparison drawings. Military variants of the Lockheed Constellation (prototype, C69A, WV1, R7V1, R7V2, WV2 and C 121C). Base artwork maybe modified and rearranged to suit particular application. Drawing code: LCONMV02

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Lockheed P2 Neptune

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Lockheed P2 Neptune

Lockheed P2 Neptune

Neptune P2V5 (P2E)

Royal Australian Air Force, 11 Squadron

A86311 311

Neptune P2V5 (P2E), Royal Australian Air Force, 11 Squadron C1953 Australia

Aircraft as it first entered RAAF service. The nose and tail turret were later removed and the MAD boom fitted.

Drawing code:

P2V5011

A89303 303

Neptune P2V5 (P2E), Royal Australian Air Force, 11 Squadron Mid 1950s Australia

This was one of the first Neptunes delivered to the RAAF. Shown in Mk.3 form and early colour scheme.

Drawing code:

P2V5031

Lockheed P2 Neptune

Neptune P2V5F (P2F)

Royal Australian Air Force, 11 Squadron

A89304 304, 4

Neptune P2V5F (P2F), Royal Australian Air Force, 11 Squadron 1967 Australia

Aircraft shown just prior to the removal of the P2E Neptunes from RAAF service. It is finished in the grey and white scheme.

Drawing code:

P2V5041

A89312 312, 12

Neptune P2V5F (P2F), Royal Australian Air Force, 11 Squadron 1965 Australia

Aircraft shown after modification to Mk 4 standard. At this time it was finished in the dark blue/white scheme.

Drawing code:

P2V5021

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Lockheed P2 Neptune

Neptune SP2H (P2V7)

Royal Australian Air Force, 10 Squadron

A89270 270, 70

Neptune SP2H (P2V7), Royal Australian Air Force, 10 Squadron 1972 Australia

During the early 1970s the aircraft carried both the tail number and a stylised version of the squadron emblem on the tail fin.

Drawing code:

P2V7041

A89276 276

Neptune SP2H (P2V7), Royal Australian Air Force, 10 Squadron Mid 1965 Australia

Aircraft shown just after the change to the grey/white scheme.

Drawing code:

P2V7031

A89277 277

Neptune SP2H (P2V7), Royal Australian Air Force, 10 Squadron 1965 Australia

This aircraft is shown in the early sea blue/white markings.

Drawing code:

P2V7011

A89280 80

Neptune SP2H (P2V7), Royal Australian Air Force, 10 Squadron 1976 Australia

Aircraft finished in the later grey/white scheme. The aircraft was retired from squadron service the following year.

Drawing code:

P2V7021

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Lockheed P38 Lightning

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Lockheed P38 Lightning

Lockheed P38 Lightning

XP38

USAAF,

(Prototype)

XP38, USAAF, Feb 1939 Wright Field, USA Transcontinental Speed Record

Prototype flown by Lt Kelsey from California to New York in an attempt to break the transcontinental record.

Drawing code:

P38X011

Lockheed P38 Lightning

YP38

USAAF,

YP38, USAAF, Late 1940 Burbank, USA

One of the 13 service test aircraft.

Drawing code:

P38Y011

Lockheed P38 Lightning

Lightning I (P322)

Royal Air Force,

AE978

Lightning I (P322), Royal Air Force, 1942 Boscombe Down, UK Testing

One of three aircraft shipped to the UK for acceptance testing.

Drawing code:

P383221

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Lockheed P38 Lightning

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Lockheed P38 Lightning

P38D

USAAF, 1st Pursuit Group

69 1P

P38D, USAAF, 1st Pursuit Group Late 1941 USA Carolina Manoeuvres

Aircraft participated in the Carolina military manoeuvres and wore the large temporary crosses of the "White Force".

Drawing code:

P38D011

Lockheed P38 Lightning

P38E

USAAF, 54th FS, 343rd FG, 11th AF

412279 87

P38E, USAAF, 54th FS, 343rd FG, 11th AF Late 1942 Aleutian Islands WW2

Used against the Japanese in the Aleutian Islands in August 1942

Drawing code:

P38E011

54th FG 'leopard' badge.

Drawing code:

P38E01A

Lockheed P38 Lightning

P38 F4

Royal Australian Air Force, 75 Squadron

412156 56

P38 F4, Royal Australian Air Force, 75 Squadron Aug 1943 New Guinea WW2 (South West Pacific)

One of two reconnaissance P38s lent to 75 Squadron by the 8th PRS, USAAF.

Drawing code:

P38E031

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412220 20

P38 F4, Royal Australian Air Force, 75 Squadron Aug 1943 New Guinea WW2 (South West Pacific)

One of two reconnaissance P38s lent to 75 Squadron by the 8th PRS, USAAF.

Drawing code:

P38E021

Royal Australian Air Force, No 1 PRU

A553

P38 F4, Royal Australian Air Force, No 1 PRU 1943 Northern Territory, Australia WW2 (South West Pacific)

This was one of three P38 F4s that were transferred from the USAAF to 1 PRU, RAAF, to meet the urgent need for recon aircraft.

Drawing code:

P38F021

Lockheed P38 Lightning

P38 F5

USAAF, 31st PRS, 10th PRG, 9th AF

4328974 974

P38 F5, USAAF, 31st PRS, 10th PRG, 9th AF Oct 1944 WW2 (Europe)

Aircraft finished in PRU blue

Drawing code:

P38J051

USAAF, 39FS 35FG 5AF

4212647 34 (34)

P38F, USAAF, 39FS 35FG 5AF Jan 1943 Milne Bay, PNG WW2 (South West Pacific)

Aircraft scored 3 victories & 1 possible.

Drawing code:

P38F011

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Lockheed P38 Lightning

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Lockheed P38 Lightning

P38 F5G

Civilian, J.D. Reed Co

NX25Y

P38 F5G, Civilian, J.D. Reed Co Late 1940s USA Civilian Use

Used in the post war period for air racing

Drawing code:

P38L021

Lockheed P38 Lightning

P38J

USAAF,

4423296 'YIPPEE' (Yippee)

P38J, USAAF, May 1944 California, USA

Aircraft was painted red to celebrate the production of the 5,000th Lightning.

Drawing code:

P38J021

USAAF, 55th FS, 20th FG

4328420

P38J, USAAF, 55th FS, 20th FG June 1944 Kings Cliffe, UK WW2 (Europe)

Aircraft wears invasion stripes. Aircraft was lost when 1st Lt John Klink had to bail out over the English Channel.

Drawing code:

P38J011

USAAF, 80th FS, 8th FG, 5th AF

42104012 Down Beat

P38J, USAAF, 80th FS, 8th FG, 5th AF April 1944 WW2 (South West Pacific)

Aircraft flown by Major Richard Bong when he claimed his 27th victory.

Drawing code:

P38J031

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Lockheed P38 Lightning

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Drawing code:

P38J03A

Lockheed P38 Lightning

P38L

USAAF, 431st FS, 475th FG

131 (Pudgy 5)

P38L, USAAF, 431st FS, 475th FG Oct 1944 Dulag, Philippines WW2 (Pacific)

'Pudgy (V)' flown by Major Thomas McGuire, second highest scoring American ace of WW2 (38 victories).

Drawing code:

P38L011

Pudgy V

P38L, USAAF, 431st FS, 475th FG Oct 1944 Dulag, Philippines WW2 (Pacific)

'Pudgy V' nose art detail including score board with 38 victories

Drawing code:

P38L01A

431st Squadron 'Red Devil' insignia

Drawing code:

P38L01B

Lockheed P38 Lightning

P38L Droop Snoot

USAAF,

4425605

P38L Droop Snoot, USAAF, India WW2 (Burma/India)

VIP aircraft modified by Hindustan Aircraft in India for use by General Stratemeyer in the China/Burma/India theatre

Drawing code:

P38L031

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Drawing code:

P38L03A

Lockheed P38 Lightning

P38M

USAAF,

4427234 7234

P38M, USAAF, Late 1945 USA WW2

Two Night Fighter Squadrons (418th and 421st) were equipped with P 38M.

Drawing code:

P38M011

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Macchi C.200 Saetta

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Macchi

Includes the following types and variants built by this manufacturer:

M.5 C.200 Saetta

Macchi C.200 Saetta

Macchi C.200 Saetta

C.200 Serie I

Regia Aeronautica Italiana, 88a Squadriglia, 6° Gruppo Autonomo, 1° Stormo CT

8810

C.200 Serie I, Regia Aeronautica Italiana, 88a Squadriglia, 6° Gruppo Autonomo, 1° Stormo CT June 1940 Catania, Sicily WW2 (Mediterranean)

88a Squadriglia, 6° Gruppo was involved in the Italian operations against Malta.

Drawing code:

MC200011

Drawing code:

MC200013

Drawing code:

MC200015

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Macchi M.5

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Macchi M.5

Macchi M.5

NieuportMacchi M.5 (preproduction batch)

Italy, Regia Marina,

MA4868

NieuportMacchi M.5 (preproduction batch), Italy, Regia Marina, C mid 1917 Macchi Factory, Varese, Italy WW1 (Italian Front)

Third production aircraft in the initial batch of 10 preproduction aircraft ordered on 17 February 1917.

Drawing code:

MAM5061

Macchi M.5

NieuportMacchi M.5

Italy, Regia Marina,

M7056

NieuportMacchi M.5, Italy, Regia Marina, C late 1917 Macchi Factory, Varese, Italy WW1 (Italian Front)

The first of the initial batch of 50 production aircraft. This aircraft featured in the factory manual and went on to serve with 261ª Squadriglia as "18". It was flown by the ace Orazio Pierozzi. Drawing code: MAM5071

Italy, Regia Marina, 251ª Squadriglia

M13080

NieuportMacchi M.5, Italy, Regia Marina, 251ª Squadriglia Late 1918 Venice Air Station, Italy WW1 (Italian Front)

The squadron insignia was very similar to that used by the 163rd Maritime Fighter Squadron during the 1920s. The colours of this version are conjectural. Drawing code: MAM5082

Mini view of the top side markings

Drawing code:

MAM508A

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Drawing code:

MAM508B

US Navy,

M13021 (Jeff)

NieuportMacchi M.5, US Navy, Late 1918 Porto Corsini, Italy WW1 (Italian Front)

"Jeff" was named after a popular comic strip of the period, as was one other aircraft (Mutt).

Drawing code:

MAM5051

M13047

NieuportMacchi M.5, US Navy, Late 1918 Porto Corsini, Italy WW1 (Italian Front)

One of the aircraft operated by the US Navy from Porto Corsini during the last months of WW1. The aircraft is in the standard factory finish.

Drawing code:

MAM5031

Mini view of the top side markings

Drawing code:

MAM503A

Mini view of the underside markings

Drawing code:

MAM503B

M13089 37

NieuportMacchi M.5, US Navy, Late 1918 Porto Corsini, Italy WW1 (Italian Front)

Typical of several of the M.5 operated by the USN, this aircraft carried a lively individual scheme.

Drawing code:

MAM5042

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Macchi M.5

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Macchi M.5

NieuportMacchi M.5mod

Italy, Regia Marina, 262° Squadriglia

M13139 20

NieuportMacchi M.5mod, Italy, Regia Marina, 262° Squadriglia C 1919 Italy WW1 (Italian Front)

The M.5mod had the M.7 style wings (shorter span, wider chord), different wing struts, Isotta Fraschini engine and slightly different engine cowl. This aircraft was one of the autonomia speciale, ('special range') subvariants. Drawing code: MAM5092

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MartinBaker M.B.2

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MartinBaker

Includes the following types and variants built by this manufacturer:

M.B.5 M.B.3 M.B.2

MartinBaker M.B.2

MartinBaker M.B.2

Scale Drawings

, M.B.2 (early and late versions)

Scale Drawings, , M.B.2 (early and late versions)

Scale side view drawings of the M.B.2: as it was originally built without a tail fin, and in its final form with the fin and enlarged rudder.

Drawing code:

092703

MartinBaker M.B.3

MartinBaker M.B.3

Scale Drawings

, M.B.3

Scale Drawings, , M.B.3

Side view of M.B.3

Drawing code:

092702

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MartinBaker M.B.5

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MartinBaker M.B.5

MartinBaker M.B.5

M.B.5

Aircraft Manufacturer, MartinBaker

R2496

M.B.5, Aircraft Manufacturer, MartinBaker 1945 Chalgrove

The M.B.5 is depicted in its final form, just after the fitting of the revised tailplane, circa late 1945. The enlarged fin had been fitted after its first flight (May 1944). Drawing code: MB5011

MartinBaker M.B.5

Scale Drawings

, M.B.5

Scale Drawings, , M.B.5

Scale 3view drawing of the M.B.5 in its final form with the enlarged tailplane and fin.

Drawing code:

092701

, M.B.5, M.B.3, M.B.2

Scale Drawings, , M.B.5, M.B.3, M.B.2

Scale 3view drawing of the M.B.5 with comparative side views of the M.B.2 (early & late) and the M.B.3.

Drawing code:

092700

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Maurice Farman Longhorn

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Maurice Farman

Includes the following types and variants built by this manufacturer:

Longhorn

Maurice Farman Longhorn

Maurice Farman Longhorn

Other Artwork

, Serie 7, Cockpit layout

Other Artwork, , Serie 7, Cockpit layout WW1

Illustration of the cockpit area of a late model Maurice Farman Serie 7 'Longhorn'

Drawing code:

MFS7BW1

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McDonnell F3H Demon

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McDonnell

Includes the following types and variants built by this manufacturer:

F3H Demon

McDonnell F3H Demon

McDonnell F3H Demon

F3H1N Demon

US Navy,

133491

F3H1N Demon, US Navy, 1954 USA

This aircraft, the third production Demon, was used by NATC for carrier suitability tests.

Drawing code:

F3H1011

McDonnell F3H Demon

F3H2M Demon

US Navy, VF61, CVG8, (CVA 60)

133633

F3H2M Demon, US Navy, VF61, CVG8, (CVA 60) Mid 1957 USS Saratoga

Drawing code:

F3H2021

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McDonnell Douglas DC8

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McDonnell Douglas

Includes the following types and variants built by this manufacturer:

F4 Phantom F/A18 Super Hornet F/A18 Hornet DC8 AV8

McDonnell Douglas DC8

McDonnell Douglas DC8

DC810 series

Aircraft Manufacturer, Douglas

N8008D

DC810 series, Aircraft Manufacturer, Douglas May 1958 Long Beach, Cal, USA

(DC811). 'Ship One' at the time of its maiden flight, May 30, 1958.

Drawing code:

DC81011

Airline, United Airlines

N8028D

DC810 series, Airline, United Airlines Early 1959 Edwards Air Force Base

(DC811). Third DC8 built. At the end of the test program the aircraft was delivered to United Airlines.

Drawing code:

DC81021

McDonnell Douglas DC8

DC820 series

Airline, Eastern Air Lines

N8607

DC820 series, Airline, Eastern Air Lines Circa 1961 USA

(DC821). Delivered to Eastern May 1960.

Drawing code:

DC82011

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McDonnell Douglas DC8

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McDonnell Douglas DC8

DC830 series

Airline, KLM, Royal Dutch Airlines

PHDCA 'Albert Plesman'

DC830 series, Airline, KLM, Royal Dutch Airlines 1960 Netherlands

(DC832). Shown soon after delivery, March 1960. Later converted to DC833.

Drawing code:

DC83031

Airline, Pan American

N800PA

DC830 series, Airline, Pan American 1959 USA

(DC833). Fifth DC8 built. Joined the test program in Feb 1959 before being delivered to Pan American, June 1961.

Drawing code:

DC83011

Airline, UAT (Union Aeromaritime de Transport)

FBJLA

DC830 series, Airline, UAT (Union Aeromaritime de Transport) 1960s France

(DC832). Delivered to UTA June 1960. Aircraft was sold in 1973 to TAE (Spain) for charter work.

Drawing code:

DC83021

McDonnell Douglas DC8

DC840 series

Airline, Alitalia

IDIWA

DC840 series, Airline, Alitalia 1960s Italy

(DC842). Delivered to Alitalia, April 1960. The aircraft was later converted to a 43F.

Drawing code:

DC84021

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Airline, Canadian Pacific

CFCPJ

DC840 series, Airline, Canadian Pacific Circa 1963 Canada

(DC843). Delivered to Canadian in March 1963.

Drawing code:

DC84011

McDonnell Douglas DC8

DC850 series

Airline, TEAL

ZKNZA

DC850 series, Airline, TEAL 1965 New Zealand

(DC852). The aircraft as it arrived in New Zealand, bearing the TEAL markings and the airline's future name, 'Air New Zealand'.

Drawing code:

DC85011

Airline, Trans Caribbean

N8783R

DC850 series, Airline, Trans Caribbean 1970s? USA

(DC854F Jet Trader). Delivered to Trans Caribbean, Dec 1963. Aircraft drawn in the final colour scheme.

Drawing code:

DC85021

McDonnell Douglas DC8

DC860 series

Airline, Atlantis

DADIX

DC860 series, Airline, Atlantis Early '70s Germany

(DC863CF). Combifrieghter version. Delivered to Atlantis, a German charter company, in April 1970.

Drawing code:

DC86041

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McDonnell Douglas DC8

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Airline, Braniff International

N1805

DC860 series, Airline, Braniff International Late 1960s USA

(DC862). Delivered new to Braniff International, Sept 1967.

Drawing code:

DC86021

N1808E

DC860 series, Airline, Braniff International 1977/78 USA

Braniff introduced the twotone colour scheme during 1971. N1808E was finished in the red/Aztec gold version of the scheme.

Drawing code:

DC86071

Airline, Japan Air Lines

JA8031 'Awaji'

DC860 series, Airline, Japan Air Lines 1986 Japan

(DC862). Aircraft was delivered new to Japan Airlines in April 1968

Drawing code:

DC86051

Airline, Saudi

N912R

DC860 series, Airline, Saudi 1980s Saudi Arabia

(DC861). One of the DC8s leased by Saudi for cargo operations. Originally delivered to National Airlines, Aug 1967.

Drawing code:

DC86061

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McDonnell Douglas DC8

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McDonnell Douglas DC8

DC870 series

Airline, Aire d'Evasions

FGDRM

DC870 series, Airline, Aire d'Evasions 1980s France

(DC873). Originally delivered as a DC863 but later converted to a DC873 and operated by Aire d'Evasions.

Drawing code:

DC87011

Airline, Delta Airlines

N822E

DC870 series, Airline, Delta Airlines USA

(DC871). Delta operated many DC8s including models: 11, 51& 61.

Drawing code:

DC87021

McDonnell Douglas F/A18 Hornet

McDonnell Douglas F/A18 Hornet

F/A18A

Royal Australian Air Force,

A2126

F/A18A, Royal Australian Air Force, Williamtown, NSW, Australia

Special anniversary scheme to celebrate 20 years of Hornet service in the RAAF. The aircraft was repainted in time for the Avalon international air show, Victoria. Drawing code: FA18A181

A2148

F/A18A, Royal Australian Air Force, 2001 Williamtown, NSW, Australia Enduring Freedom

Tail of A2148. The combined squadron tail markings worn by aircraft posted to Diego Garcia in support of the US forces during Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan 2001) Drawing code: FA18A10A

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Royal Australian Air Force, 2 Operational Conversion Unit

A2126

F/A18A, Royal Australian Air Force, 2 Operational Conversion Unit 2002 Williamtown, NSW, Australia

Tail of A2126. Special scheme to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the establishment of 2OCU.

Drawing code:

FA18A11A

Sept 2004 Williamtown, NSW, Australia

This aircraft carries special tail markings to celebrate 50 years of FCI.

Drawing code:

FA18A041

Royal Australian Air Force, 3 Squadron

A2113

F/A18A, Royal Australian Air Force, 3 Squadron 2009 Williamtown AB, NSW

A2113 carries special 90th Anniversary tail markings during 2009.

Drawing code:

FA18A201

A213

F/A18A, Royal Australian Air Force, 3 Squadron 1996 Williamtown, NSW, Australia

Tail of A213. Special scheme to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Royal Australian Air Force.

Drawing code:

FA18A08A

Aug 2004 Williamtown, NSW, Australia

At this time 3 Squadron aircraft wore a low visibility scheme. This was the squadron CO's aircraft.

Drawing code:

FA18A051

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A2155

F/A18A, Royal Australian Air Force, 3 Squadron Feb 2001 Williamtown, NSW, Australia

Aircraft carries special Centenary of Federation tail markings.

Drawing code:

FA1852

A2157

F/A18A, Royal Australian Air Force, 3 Squadron 1991 Williamtown, NSW, Australia

Detail of the special scheme applied to the tail of A2157 for the 75 Anniversary of the establishment of 3 Squadron.

Drawing code:

FA18A15A

Feb 2001 Williamtown, NSW, Australia

Tail of A2157. Special scheme to celebrate the centenary of the federation of Australia.

Drawing code:

FA18A09A

A218

F/A18A, Royal Australian Air Force, 3 Squadron 1987 Williamtown, NSW, Australia

One of the first two Hornets to be delivered to 3 Squadron. It was flown by the CO of the squadron and, as "Cobra I", it was adorned with a snake's mouth nose art. Drawing code: FA18A131

Royal Australian Air Force, 75 Squadron

A2110

F/A18A, Royal Australian Air Force, 75 Squadron Late 2002 Tindal, Northern Territory

Aircraft during the workup period prior to the deployment of aircraft to Iraq. This aircraft was not one of the 14 to be deployed under Operations Bastille/Falconer in 2003 Drawing code: FA18A191

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A2123

F/A18A, Royal Australian Air Force, 75 Squadron 2002 Tindal, NT, Australia

In 2002 A2123 was painted in a special scheme to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the establishment of the squadron.

Drawing code:

FA18A172

A2124

F/A18A, Royal Australian Air Force, 75 Squadron Jan 2004 Williamtown, NSW, Australia

The ground crew replaced the 75 Squadron Magpie motif with a cartoon character of a duck with bandaged limbs & head. This was a reference to the maintenance problems being experienced with the aircraft at that time. Drawing code: FA18A14A

A2129

F/A18A, Royal Australian Air Force, 75 Squadron Aug 2004 Tindal, NT, Australia

Although Wg Cmd M. Hupfeld was no longer CO of 75 Squadron the aircraft still carried his name in late 2004.

Drawing code:

FA18A071

A2129 29

F/A18A, Royal Australian Air Force, 75 Squadron Circa 2000 Tindal, NT, Australia

This aircraft carries the traditional squadron insignia (top hat and cane) on the tail.

Drawing code:

FA1861

A2138

F/A18A, Royal Australian Air Force, 75 Squadron 2003 Iraqi Freedom (Iraq 2003)

One of fourteen RAAF Hornets sent to the MEAO under Operation Falconer to assist the coalition forces during Operation Iraqi Freedom, 2003. Drawing code: FA18A011

Drawing code:

FA18A012

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Drawing code:

FA18A013

Drawing code:

FA18A014

Drawing code:

FA18A015

Detail of the artwork applied to the starboard side. The artwork design is based on the heraldic charge of 603 Squadron RAF Reserve who were deployed to the same MEAO base. Drawing code: FA18A01A

Royal Australian Air Force, 77 Squadron

A211

F/A18A, Royal Australian Air Force, 77 Squadron Nov 2004 Williamtown, NSW, Australia

This aircraft is carrying a full weapons load.

Drawing code:

FA18A061

Sept 2002 Williamtown, NSW, Australia

This aircraft was finished in an experimental scheme of dark grey over Dark Ghost Grey.

Drawing code:

FA18A121

Detail of tail markings. This aircraft was finished in an experimental scheme of dark grey over Dark Ghost Grey.

Drawing code:

FA18A12A

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A2120

F/A18A, Royal Australian Air Force, 77 Squadron 1998 Williamtown, NSW, Australia

Two FA18A aircraft were painted in an experimental dark grey scheme. This illustrates the scheme on the rear of A2120.

Drawing code:

FA18A16A

A2140

F/A18A, Royal Australian Air Force, 77 Squadron 2009 Australia

One of 77 Squadron's aircraft that attended Red Flag during February 2010, in the USA. It carries a Hornet Upgrade transfer over the squadron's "grumpy monkey" insignia. Drawing code: FA18A221

US Navy, VFC12

162470 11

F/A18A, US Navy, VFC12 2000 Oceana, Virginia, USA

Finished in blue/grey 'Aggressor' markings.

Drawing code:

FA18A032

McDonnell Douglas F/A18 Hornet

CF188A

Canadian Forces/Forces Canadiennes,

188720 720

CF188A, Canadian Forces/Forces Canadiennes, 2002 Canada

Finished in a special 20th anniversary scheme to commemorate the entry of the Hornet in Canadian service

Drawing code:

FA18A021

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McDonnell Douglas F/A18 Hornet

F/A18B

Royal Australian Air Force, 77 Squadron

A21106 (Daphne)

F/A18B, Royal Australian Air Force, 77 Squadron Cira 1991 Williamtown, NSW, Australia

Detail of the nose art carried on A21106. "Daphne" had previously been applied to an RAAF Mirage.

Drawing code:

FA18B03A

Royal Australian Air Force, ARDU

A21101

F/A18B, Royal Australian Air Force, ARDU Late 2000

Aircraft was involved in weapons testing. It is fitted with cameras mounted on the tail boom fairing, the wing tips and stations 4 and 6 (fuselage) Drawing code: FA18B022

Drawing code:

FA18B023

Drawing code:

FA18B025

Spanish Air Force,

CE.1501 1570

F/A18B, Spanish Air Force, 2004 Spain

(Spanish designation: EF18B) Finished in special markings.

Drawing code:

FA18B012

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McDonnell Douglas F/A18 Hornet

F/A18C

Finnish Air Force,

HN422 22

F/A18C, Finnish Air Force, Late 2004 KuopioRissala, Finland

Finish Hornets carry no squadron markings. This aircraft was at Kuopio Rissala with HävLLv 31 (31 Squadron) in late 2004.

Drawing code:

FA18C021

Kuwaiti Air Force, 9 Squadron

415 415

F/A18C, Kuwaiti Air Force, 9 Squadron 1996 Kuwait

Drawing code:

FA18C031

Swiss Air Force, 11 Fighter Squadron

J5011

F/A18C, Swiss Air Force, 11 Fighter Squadron Sept 2004 Switzerland

Drawing code:

FA18C011

McDonnell Douglas F/A18 Hornet

F/A18D

Royal Malaysian Air Force, 12 Squadron

M4506 06

F/A18D, Royal Malaysian Air Force, 12 Squadron 2003 Malaysia

Drawing code:

FA18D021

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US Marine Corps, VMFA(AW)225

165532

F/A18D, US Marine Corps, VMFA(AW)225 2004 USA

The CO's aircraft of VMFA(AW)225. This is the fourth aircraft that has been finished in type of scheme.

Drawing code:

FA18D012

McDonnell Douglas F4 Phantom

McDonnell Douglas F4 Phantom

YF4H1

USAF,

142259 F4H1

YF4H1, USAF, May 1958

The prototype F4 Phantom at the time of its first flight.

Drawing code:

F4H011

McDonnell Douglas F4 Phantom

F4A

US Navy, VF121

148275e NJ

F4A, US Navy, VF121 1963 Miramar, USA

One of the first production Phantom IIs. This model was originally designated F4H1F but this was changed to F4A in 1962.

Drawing code:

F4A011

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McDonnell Douglas F4 Phantom

F4B

US Navy, VF21 'Freelancers'

151405 NE, 106

F4B, US Navy, VF21 'Freelancers' Mid 1965 USS Midway Vietnam War

VF21 served in Vietnam on USS Midway from April 1965 to November 1965.

Drawing code:

F4B021

US Navy, VF84 'Jolly Rogers'

151465 AG, 203

F4B, US Navy, VF84 'Jolly Rogers' May 1965 USS Independence Vietnam War

VF84, with VF41, undertook a Vietnam combat cruise on USS Independence between 10 May 1965 and 11 November 1965.

Drawing code:

F4B011

McDonnell Douglas F4 Phantom

QF4B

US Navy, Naval Missile Centre

148365 40

QF4B, US Navy, Naval Missile Centre Mid 1970's Point Mugu, USA

One of the first QF4B drone conversions.

Drawing code:

F4B031

McDonnell Douglas F4 Phantom

F4N

US Navy, VF111 'Sundowners'

153012 200, NM

F4N, US Navy, VF111 'Sundowners' May 1977 USA

Aircraft following its final deployment on the USS Roosevelt.

Drawing code:

F4N011

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McDonnell Douglas F4 Phantom

F4C

USAF, 171st Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Michigan ANG

637618 17 (Double Trouble)

F4C, USAF, 171st Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Michigan ANG 1982 Selfridge ANGB, Michigan, USA

The 171st FIS operated the F4 between 1978 and 1986. This aircraft has undergone systems upgrades while in service.

Drawing code:

F4C021

McDonnell Douglas F4 Phantom

RF4C

USAF, 16th Tactical Recon Squadron, 460th TRW

641051 FJ051

RF4C, USAF, 16th Tactical Recon Squadron, 460th TRW 1965 Tan Son Nhut, South Vietnam Vietnam War

This squadron was the first RF4C squadron to be based in Vietnam.

Drawing code:

F4C031

USAF, 38th TRS 26th TRW

690370

RF4C, USAF, 38th TRS 26th TRW April 1991 Zweibrucken HAS, Germany Gulf War, Desert Storm

Aircraft was flown by the Commander. It was involved in 17 reconnaissance missions over Iraq during 'Desert Storm'.

Drawing code:

F4C011

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McDonnell Douglas F4 Phantom

F4D

USAF, 366th Tactical Fighter Wing

668775 CO

F4D, USAF, 366th Tactical Fighter Wing Mid 1968 Da Nang Vietnam War

Drawing code:

F4D021

USAF, 555th TFS, 432nd TRW

667554 554

F4D, USAF, 555th TFS, 432nd TRW July 1971 Udorn, Thailand Vietnam War

Aircraft was credited with 2 MiG17 kills. Also carries artwork of 'Snoopy' on the air intake

Drawing code:

F4D011

McDonnell Douglas F4 Phantom

F4E

Greek Air Force (Elliniki Aeroporia), 337 'Fantasma' Mira

721522? 01522

F4E, Greek Air Force (Elliniki Aeroporia), 337 'Fantasma' Mira 1991 Larisa, Greece

One of the 84 F4E's delivered new to Greece. The 337 Mira is a fighter bomber squadron based at Larisa

Drawing code:

F4E091

Royal Australian Air Force, 82 Wing

69209 9

F4E, Royal Australian Air Force, 82 Wing 1971 Amberley, Qld, Australia

(F4E43MC) One of the Phantoms operated by the RAAF while waiting delivery of the F111.

Drawing code:

F4E071

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697234

F4E, Royal Australian Air Force, 82 Wing Oct 1970 Amberley, QLD, Australia

The Phantom was used as an interim aircraft while the RAAF waited for delivery of the F111.

Drawing code:

F4E031

USAF, 21st TFTS, 35th TFW

670270 GA, 676270

F4E, USAF, 21st TFTS, 35th TFW Late 1980s USA

This aircraft was flown by the Commander of the 21st TFTS, 35th TFW.

Drawing code:

F4E011

USAF, 34th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 488th TFW

670385 JJ

F4E, USAF, 34th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 488th TFW C1972 Korat Royal Thai AFB Vietnam War

(F4E36MC) The 488th TFW was involved in the CAS and tactical interdiction role.

Drawing code:

F4E051

USAF, 70th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 347th TFW

670393 MY

F4E, USAF, 70th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 347th TFW 1984 USA

This aircraft was a veteran of Vietnam and was credited with a shared MiG21 kill. It is shown later in its career in the European I scheme.

Drawing code:

F4E061

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McDonnell Douglas F4 Phantom

Mitsubishi F4EJ Kai

Japanese Air Self Defence Force, 302 Hikotai

378320 320

Mitsubishi F4EJ Kai, Japanese Air Self Defence Force, 302 Hikotai C 1995 Naha, Okinawa

One of the Japanese F4 Phantoms upgraded by Mitsubishi during the 1980s and 90s.

Drawing code:

F4E021

878411 411

Mitsubishi F4EJ Kai, Japanese Air Self Defence Force, 302 Hikotai C 1995 Naha, Okinawa

One of the Japanese F4 Phantoms upgraded by Mitsubishi during the 1980s and 90s.

Drawing code:

F4E081

McDonnell Douglas F4 Phantom

IAI Phantom 2000

Israeli Air Force, 499 Squadron

650

IAI Phantom 2000, Israeli Air Force, 499 Squadron C2000 Israel

Version upgraded with structural changes and systems upgrade by Israeli Aircraft Industries.

Drawing code:

F4E041

McDonnell Douglas F4 Phantom

F4F

Luftwaffe, JG 74 'Moulders'

3826

F4F, Luftwaffe, JG 74 'Moulders' Late 1980s Goose Bay, Canada

Aircraft shown with the temporary identification markings it carried during the squadron's lowlevel weapons training at Goose Bay, Canada, (circa 1988). Drawing code: F4F011

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McDonnell Douglas F4 Phantom

F4G

USAF, 561st Tactical Fighter Squadron, 35th TFW (Prov)

690233 WW

F4G, USAF, 561st Tactical Fighter Squadron, 35th TFW (Prov) Late 1990 Shaikh Isa AB, Bahrain Gulf War, Desert Storm

During Desert Storm the F4G was used to suppress Iraqi radar sites and SAM targeting/guidance radar

Drawing code:

F4G011

McDonnell Douglas F4 Phantom

F4J

US Marine Corps, VMFA312 'Checkerboards'

153893 12

F4J, US Marine Corps, VMFA312 'Checkerboards' July 1976 MCAS Beaufort, USA

To celebrate the Bicentennial the squadron titling was painted in red, white and blue.

Drawing code:

F4J011

US Marine Corps, VMFA451

153821 VM

F4J, US Marine Corps, VMFA451 Late 1970s USA

Drawing code:

F4J041

US Navy, Blue Angels

1513076 6

F4J, US Navy, Blue Angels Mid 1973 USA

Originally built as an F4B it was later upgraded to F4J standard. The airframe was slightly modified for use by the Blue Angels.

Drawing code:

F4J031

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US Navy, VX4 'Evaluators"

155539 5539

F4J, US Navy, VX4 'Evaluators" Oct 1982 NAS Point Mugu, California, US

This Squadron was charged with evaluating weapons systems.

Drawing code:

F4J021

McDonnell Douglas F4 Phantom

F4S

US Marine Corps, VMFA321 'Hells Angels'

153887 00, MG

F4S, US Marine Corps, VMFA321 'Hells Angels' Late 1980's Dallas, Texas, USA

Aircraft shown in later service and finished in the grey tactical paint scheme.

Drawing code:

F4S011

US Navy, VF301

155878 100

F4S, US Navy, VF301 May 1983 NAS Miramar, USA

Aircraft carried the HeaterFerris experimental camouflage scheme. VF301 was the only squadron to carry the scheme.

Drawing code:

F4S021

McDonnell Douglas F4 Phantom

F4K, FG.1

Royal Air Force, 43 Squadron

XV574 B

F4K, FG.1, Royal Air Force, 43 Squadron Early 1970's Leuchars, Scotland, UK

During the early 1970s, 43 Squadron was assigned to the UKADR, and as such was one of Britain's front line air defence squadrons.

Drawing code:

F4K031

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Royal Navy, 700P Squadron

XT859 725, VL

F4K, FG.1, Royal Navy, 700P Squadron 1968 Yeovilton, UK

One of the first three FG.1s delivered to the UK. 700P Squadron was established as an intensive trials unit on 30 April 1968.

Drawing code:

F4K041

Royal Navy, 892 Squadron

XT859 006

F4K, FG.1, Royal Navy, 892 Squadron 1978 HMS Ark Royal

The nose emblem was a modification of the special 1977 Queens Jubilee celebration markings.

Drawing code:

F4K011

XV589 005

F4K, FG.1, Royal Navy, 892 Squadron 1978 HMS Ark Royal

This aircraft served with 892 Squadron from 1972 until the end of 1978.

Drawing code:

F4K021

McDonnell Douglas F4 Phantom

F4M, FGR.2

Royal Air Force, 19 Squadron

XT896 K

F4M, FGR.2, Royal Air Force, 19 Squadron 1978 Wildenrath, Germany

The role of 19 Squadron was that of low level air defence. This aircraft was fitted with the centre line mounted SUU23/A 20mm cannon pod.

Drawing code:

F4M031

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XV480 B

F4M, FGR.2, Royal Air Force, 19 Squadron 1982 UK

The squadron was based in Wildenrath, Germany during the early 1980s.

Drawing code:

F4M011

Royal Air Force, 228 OCU/64 (Reserve) Squadron

XT900 CO

F4M, FGR.2, Royal Air Force, 228 OCU/64 (Reserve) Squadron Late 1980's Leuchar, UK

As the Wing Commander's personal aircraft the aircraft code was 'CO'.

Drawing code:

F4M021

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Messerschmitt Bf 109

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Messerschmitt

Includes the following types and variants built by this manufacturer:

Bf 110 Bf 109

Messerschmitt Bf 109

Messerschmitt Bf 109

Bf 109E

Luftwaffe, JG 26 (6./Jagdgeschwander 26)

Brown 3

Bf 109E, Luftwaffe, JG 26 (6./Jagdgeschwander 26) June 1940 France WW2 (France)

JG 26 was involved engaged in 'Fall Rot', the offensive on France, during June 1940. This aircraft carries the JG 26 emblem and the 6 Staffel steinbock (mountain goat) insignia in the staffel's colour brown. Drawing code: M109E021

Drawing code:

M109E023

Drawing code:

M109E025

Luftwaffe, JG 26 (7./Jagdgeschwander 26)

2

Bf 109E, Luftwaffe, JG 26 (7./Jagdgeschwander 26) Late 1940 France WW2 (Battle of Britain)

Bf 109 E1: Uffz. KarlHeiz Bock, was flying this aircraft when it force landed near Camber on 17 September 1940.

Drawing code:

M109E011

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Messerschmitt Bf 109

Bf 109G10

Luftwaffe, JG 27 (Jagdgeschwander 27)

Yellow 2

Bf 109G10, Luftwaffe, JG 27 (Jagdgeschwander 27) Late 1944 Germany WW2 (Europe)

Drawing code:

M109G011

Messerschmitt Bf 109

Scale Drawings

, Bf 109C1 (Bf 109 V3, Bf 109B1, Bf 109E1)

Scale Drawings, , Bf 109C1 (Bf 109 V3, Bf 109B1, Bf 109E1)

3view of the BF 109C1, with comparison side views of the Bf 109 V3, Bf 109B1 and Bf 109E1. Artwork can be arranged to suit specific requirements and page layouts. Drawing code: 089300

Messerschmitt Bf 110

Messerschmitt Bf 110

Bf 110D

Luftwaffe, ZG 26 (8/ZG 26)

3U+KS

Bf 110D, Luftwaffe, ZG 26 (8/ZG 26) 1942 Mediterranean WW2 (Mediterranean)

BF 110D3. During late 1942, 8/ZG 26 was based in Italy and was involved in actions against the allied convoys attempting to supply Malta. Drawing code: BF110D011

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Messerschmitt Bf 110

Bf 110G

Luftwaffe, NJG 5 (5/NJG5)

C9+EN

Bf 110G, Luftwaffe, NJG 5 (5/NJG5) April 1944 Germany WW2 (Europe)

Bf 110G4/R3. This night fighter was fitted with FuG 212 and FuG 220 radar and the upward firing 'Schrage Musik' guns. The bandnew aircraft mistakenly landed in Switzerland after engine problems during a bomber intercept, 27/28 April 1944. Drawing code: BF110G011

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MikoyanGurevich MiG15

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MikoyanGurevich

Includes the following types and variants built by this manufacturer:

MiG17 MiG15

MikoyanGurevich MiG15

MikoyanGurevich MiG15

MiG15

Polish Air Force, 1PLM Warzsawa

02

MiG15, Polish Air Force, 1PLM Warzsawa Poland

Drawing code:

MIG15051

Romanian Air Force,

392

MiG15, Romanian Air Force, Early 60s Romania

Drawing code:

MIG15041

MikoyanGurevich MiG15

MiG15bis

Chinese PLAAF,

26100

MiG15bis, Chinese PLAAF, Early 50s China Korean War

Operated by the Chinese People's Liberation Army Air Force.

Drawing code:

MIG15031

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Civilian,

N15PE

MiG15bis, Civilian, 1988 USA

Former Peoples Republic of China Navy J2 restored in the USA as '15' of the Volunteer Group in the Korean War.

Drawing code:

MIG15121

Hungarian Air Force,

677

MiG15bis, Hungarian Air Force, Hungary

Shown late in service when used in the ground attack role.

Drawing code:

MIG15011

North Korean Peoples Air Force,

079

MiG15bis, North Korean Peoples Air Force, Circa 1950 Korea Korean War

Drawing code:

MIG15101

USAF,

TC7616

MiG15bis, USAF, Circa 1953 WrightPatterson AFB, USA Korean War

The aircraft was delivered to US forces by a defector. Shown during testing by the USAF.

Drawing code:

MIG15091

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MikoyanGurevich MiG15

MiG15bis / S103

Czech Air Force,

3234

MiG15bis / S103, Czech Air Force, 1957 Cottbus, East Germany

Aircraft as it competed in the second Culture and Sports meeting, East Germany, August 1957.

Drawing code:

MIG15111

MikoyanGurevich MiG15

MiG15bis SP5

Soviet Air Force,

MiG15bis SP5, Soviet Air Force, 1950 Russia

The all weather fighter prototype. Fitted with a Izumrud airborne interception radar in the nose

Drawing code:

MIG15061

MikoyanGurevich MiG15

MiG15UTI

Indonesian Air Force,

J762

MiG15UTI, Indonesian Air Force, 1960s Indonesia

Drawing code:

MIG15071

Soviet VSSAAF,

18

MiG15UTI, Soviet VSSAAF, Soviet Union

Aircraft of the Soviet Volunteer Society to Support the Army, Aviation and the Fleet.

Drawing code:

MIG15081

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MikoyanGurevich MiG15

SBLim2

Polish Air Force, 45 Ground Attack Training Regiment

117

SBLim2, Polish Air Force, 45 Ground Attack Training Regiment 1990 Poland

Drawing code:

MIG15021

MikoyanGurevich MiG17

MikoyanGurevich MiG17

Lim6bis

Polish Air Force, 45 LPSzB (Lotniczy Pulk Szkolno Bowojy)

438

Lim6bis, Polish Air Force, 45 LPSzB (Lotniczy Pulk Szkolno Bowojy) 1990 Babimost, Poland

The Lim6bis was used as a combat trainer during its last years of service. The aircraft type was withdrawn from service in early 1992.

Drawing code:

MiG17071

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Mitsubishi A6M Reisen Zero

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Mitsubishi

Includes the following types and variants built by this manufacturer:

A6M Reisen Zero

Mitsubishi A6M Reisen Zero

Mitsubishi A6M Reisen Zero

A6M1

Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force,

1 (Proto 1)

A6M1, Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force, Apr 1939 Japan

First prototype, Kagamigahara Airfield. Aircraft first flew, 1st April 1939

Drawing code:

ZERP011

Mitsubishi A6M Reisen Zero

A6M2 Model 11

Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force, 12 Kokutai

3136

A6M2 Model 11, Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force, 12 Kokutai Late 1940 China WW2 (China)

Early production model reportedly flown by the Japanese ace Naval Air Pilot 3/C Kunimori Nakakariya (16 victories).

Drawing code:

ZER2061

Drawing code:

ZER2063

Drawing code:

ZER2065

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Mitsubishi A6M Reisen Zero

A6M2 Model 21

Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force, 1st Koku Sental

AI105

A6M2 Model 21, Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force, 1st Koku Sental Dec 1941 Pacific WW2 (Pearl Habour)

Flown from the carrier 'Akagi' during the attack on Pearl Harbour, 8 December 1941.

Drawing code:

ZER2011

Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force, 201st Kokutai

02888 (02888)

A6M2 Model 21, Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force, 201st Kokutai Oct 1944 Philippines WW2 (South West Pacific)

Believed to have been one of the aircraft to participate in the first Kamikaze Special Attack mission.

Drawing code:

ZER2051

Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force, 5th Koku Sentai

EI111

A6M2 Model 21, Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force, 5th Koku Sentai Oct 1942 South Pacific WW2 (Pacific)

Battle of Santa Cruz. Flown by Lt Hideki Shingo from the carrier 'Shokaku' during the attack on the 'Enterprise'.

Drawing code:

ZER2021

Royal Air Force,

BI12 ATAIUSEA (ATAIUSEA)

A6M2 Model 21, Royal Air Force, Late 1945 Tebrau, Malaya WW2

This aircraft was Captured for testing by the Allied Tactical Air Intelligence Unit (South East Asia).

Drawing code:

ZER2041

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US Navy,

A6M2 Model 21, US Navy, Sept 1942 NAS North Island, San Diego

4593 was recovered from Akutan Is by US forces after a forced landing. It became the first Zero evaluated by the Allies.

Drawing code:

ZER2031

Mitsubishi A6M Reisen Zero

A6M2K

Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force, Tsukuba Kokutai

'TSU'407

A6M2K, Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force, Tsukuba Kokutai Early 1944 Japan WW2

Two seat training version.

Drawing code:

ZERK011

Mitsubishi A6M Reisen Zero

A6M2N (Rufe)

Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force, 802 Kokutai

N1119 (NI112)

A6M2N (Rufe), Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force, 802 Kokutai Early 1943 Jaluit Is (Marshall Islands) WW2 (South West Pacific)

Aircraft carries 60kg antisubmarine bombs under each wing.

Drawing code:

ZERN011

Mitsubishi A6M Reisen Zero

A6M3 Model 22

Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force,

3844 (Surrender A/C)

A6M3 Model 22, Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force, 1945 Jacquinot Bay, New Britain WW2 (South West Pacific)

Painted in official surrender markings.

Drawing code:

ZER3021

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Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force, 1st Koku Sentai

188

A6M3 Model 22, Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force, 1st Koku Sentai Early 1943 Rabaul, Bouganville WW2 (South West Pacific)

From the carrier 'Zuikaku'. Based at Bougainville in early 1943.

Drawing code:

ZER3031

Mitsubishi A6M Reisen Zero

A6M3 Model 32

Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force, 2nd Kokutai

Q112

A6M3 Model 32, Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force, 2nd Kokutai 1942 Rabaul WW2 (South West Pacific)

Marking denote a section leader's aircraft.

Drawing code:

ZER3011

Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force, Tainan Naval Air Group

V187 (V187)

A6M3 Model 32, Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force, Tainan Naval Air Group Early 1943 Buna, New Guinea WW2 (South West Pacific)

This presentation aircraft bore the inscription 'Contributed by Kogen'. Abandon at Buna as the Japanese retreated.

Drawing code:

ZER3041

Mitsubishi A6M Reisen Zero

A6M5b Model 52b

Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force, 221st Kokutai

22127, Z

A6M5b Model 52b, Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force, 221st Kokutai 1944 Kasanohara Air Base WW2

Carries 150 litre wing mounted drop tanks

Drawing code:

ZER5031

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Mitsubishi A6M Reisen Zero

A6M5c Model 52c

Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force, 303rd Hikotai, 203rd Kokutai

0309

A6M5c Model 52c, Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force, 303rd Hikotai, 203rd Kokutai Jun 1945 Kagoshima Air Base WW2

Aircraft flown by Naval Air Pilot 1/C Takeo Tanimizu. Score marking are visible on the rear fuselage.

Drawing code:

ZER5021

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Complete Listing by Aircraft Types

Aermacchi

see 'Macchi' for a/c prior to 1960, F/A18 Hornet see 'McDonnell Douglas F/A18', F/A18 Super Hornet, K/C135 Series Stratotanker/Stratolifter, KC135 Stratotanker see 'K/C135 Series', P26 Peashooter,

Aeronautica Macchi

see 'Macchi' for a/c prior to 1960,

Aerospatiale

Concorde see 'British Aerospace, Aerospatiale',

Boulton Paul

Defiant,

Airco

see 'DeHavilland',

Bristol

Beaufighter, Beaufort, Brabazon, Britannia, Bulldog, F.2 Fighter,

Albatros

C.XII, D.I D.Va Series Fighters,

Arado

Ar 234 Blitz (Lightning),

British Aerospace

Concorde see 'British Aerospace, Aerospatiale', Harrier see 'British Aerospace/McDonnell Douglas', Hawk,

Armstrong Whitworth

A.W.41 Albemarle, Siskin,

British Aerospace, Aerospatiale

Concorde,

Avro

Lancaster, Lincoln, Shackleton, Vulcan, York,

British Aerospace/McDonnell Douglas

Harrier/AV8, Harrier/AV8,

CAC (Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation)

CA17 Mustang see 'North American P51 Mustang', CA18 Mustang see 'North American P51 Mustang', CA27 Sabre see 'North American F86 Sabre',

BAC

Canberra see 'English Electric Canberra', Lightning see 'English Electric Lightning',

Beech

C12 series Huron, C12J series, C21 series Ute (King Air), C21F series,

Canadair

CL13 Sabre see 'North American F86 Sabre',

Cavalier

Mustang II see 'North American P51Mustang', Turbo Mustang III see 'North American P51Mustang',

Boeing

707, 720, 727, 737, 747, B17 Flying Fortress, B17 Flying Fortress, B29 Superfortress see also 'Tupolev Tu4', B29 Superfortress, B47 Stratojet, B50 Superfortress, B52 Stratofortress, C135 Stratolifter see 'K/C135 Series', E3 Sentry see 'Boeing 707', © Juanita Franzi 2011, Aero Illustrations. www.aeroillustrations.com

Consolidated

B24 Liberator, PBY Catalina,

Convair

880, 990,

Curtiss

75, P36 series Hawk, Boat series, HS Series Flying Boats, N9, P40 series, SB2C Helldiver,

SOC Seagull,

Dassault

Mirage III series,

Grebe, Meteor,

Gotha

G.V,

DeHavilland

D.H. 1, D.H. 10 Amiens, D.H. 100 Vampire, D.H. 103 Hornet/Sea Hornet, D.H. 106 Comet, D.H. 11 Oxford, D.H. 110 Sea Vixen, D.H. 112 Venom, D.H. 2, D.H. 4, D.H. 5, D.H. 82 Tiger Moth, D.H. 89 Dragon Rapide, D.H. 9, D.H. 98 Mosquito,

Grumman

F4F Wildcat,

Handley Page

H.P.42, H.P.52 Hampden, Halifax, Hastings, V/1500, Victor,

Hansa Brandenburg

D.I, W.33 series,

Hawker

Hunter, Hurricane, Sea Fury, Typhoon,

Dornier

Do 217, Do X,

Douglas

A4 Skyhawk, DC2, DC3 Dakota, DC6, DC7, XB19,

Hawker Siddeley

Harrier see 'British Aerospace/McDonnell Douglas', Hawk see 'British Aerospace', HS 121 Trident,

Heinkel

He 177 Greif, He 70,

English Electric

Canberra, Lightning,

Helio

Courier,

Eurocopter

AS 350 Ecureuil,

IAI (Israeli Aircraft Industries)

Nesher,

Fairey

Barracuda, Battle, Fulmar, Gannet, Swordfish,

IVL

A.22 see 'Hansa Brandenburg',

Junkers

Ju 87 Stuka,

Focke Wulf

Fw 190 Wurger, Fw 58 Weihe, Ta 153,

Lockheed

C130 Hercules, Constellation, P2 Neptune, P38 Lightning,

Fokker

D.VII, Dr.I, E.III,

Macchi

C.200 Saetta, M.5,

Folland

Gnat,

MartinBaker

M.B.2, M.B.3, M.B.5,

General Dynamics

F111, F111,

Maurice Farman

Longhorn,

Gloster

Gladiator, © Juanita Franzi 2011, Aero Illustrations. www.aeroillustrations.com

McDonnell

F3H Demon,

Twin Pioneer,

McDonnell Douglas

AV8 see 'British Aerospace/McDonnell Douglas', DC8, F/A18 Hornet, F/A18 Super Hornet see 'Boeing Super Hornet', F4 Phantom,

Short

S.23 Empire, Sandringham, Sunderland,

Sikorsky

S21 Grand (Bolshoi Baltiskii, Ruskii Vityaz), VS44 Flying Boat Series,

Messerschmitt

Bf 109, Bf 110,

Sopwith

1 1/2 Strutter,

MikoyanGurevich

MiG15, MiG17,

SPAD

XIII,

Mitsubishi

A6M Reisen Zero,

Stampe

SV4,

Nieuport

28,

Supermarine

Attacker, Scimitar, Seafire, Spitfire, Swift,

NieuportMacchi

see 'Macchi', M.5 see 'Macchi M.5',

North American

AT6 Harvard, F100 Super Sabre, F82 Twin Mustang, F86 Sabre, FJ series Fury, P51 Mustang, T28 Trojan,

Tupolev

Tu4,

Vickers

Commercial, Commercial Ambulance, VC10, Vimy, Viscount, Warwick, Wellington,

North American Rockwell

OV10 Bronco,

Vought

F4U Corsair,

Northrop

F5/T38 series Freedom Fighter/Tiger II/Talon, YF17 / P600,

Wackett

Warrigal,

Piper

PA48 Enforcer see 'North American P51Mustang',

Westland

Lysander, Wapiti, Wyvern,

Republic

P47 Thunderbolt,

Rockwell

OV10 Bronco see 'North American Rockwell OV10 Bronco',

WestlandHill

Pterodactyl series (I, IV, V),

Royal Aircraft Factory

RE8,

Saab

29 Tunnan, 32 Lansen, J 35 Draken,

Salmson

2A2, SalmsonMoineau S.M.1,

SaundersRoe

SR.45 Princess,

Scottish Aviation

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