Thursday, March 30, 2017 - 02:24 AM UTC
Xtradecals latest release explores various Bf-109's in stab markings in 1/72 and 1/48 scales
Stab markings indicate the aircraft of a Kommodor, Adjutant, Operations Officer, Technical Officer and Chief of Staff of a geschwader. Xtradecal has chosen thirteen Bf-109's for this release including:
-Bf-109E-3 JG 2 Geschwaderkommodore Oberst Gerd von Massow, Frankfurt-Rebstock 1939-40;
-Bf-109E-3 III/JG 2 Gruppenkommodoore Major Erich Mix 1940;
-Bf-109E III/JG 2 France 1940;
-Bf-109E Stab 1A of the Geschwaderstab Channel coast 1940, yellow nose and rudder;
-Bf-109F II/JG54 Gruppen Adjutant Eastern Front 1941, unusual camo, yellow fuselage band and wing tips;
-Bf-109F-4 Trop II/JG3 Gruppenkommodore Hptm Krahl , Sicily 1942;
-Bf-109F-4 Trop I./JG27 Tech Officer Rudi Sinner Africa 1942;
-Bf-109F-2 II./JG53 Lt Jurgen Harder Poland 1941;
-Bf-109F-4 JG 52 Kommodore Maj Hans Trubenbach Moldova 1942;
-Bf-109G-2 JG 3 Kommander Maj Wilke, Stalingrad 1942-3;
-Bf-109G-6 (trop?) 1./JG 77 Italy 1944;
-Bf-109G-6 II/JG 52 Gruppenkommodore and 2nd highest scoring Ace Maj Gerhard Barkhorn, Ukraine 1944;
-Bf-109G-10 II./JG 52 Gruppen Adjutant Uffz. Anton Kellmayer, Neubiberg 1945.
As you can see the camouflage schemes include Bf-109's from the Battle of Britain, the campaigns in North Africa, Italy and the Eastern Front and finally the defence of the Riech.
X72259 - Stab Bf-109’s Pt I - 1/72
X48169 - Stab Bf-109’s Pt I - 1/48
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