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Flames of War - Aircraft

Aircraft have been a true labour of love for us as we decided almost eighteen months ago to do them but only if they were going to get done well. On the surface a plane and tank may seem similar but the process is so much more complicated for planes we have taken almost a whole year to go from starting the project to releasing them.

The end result has been worth the wait as the four planes we have produced give any FOW gamer all the planes they would ever need for the game. Given 2nd Ed also allowed us to fix how aircraft work as they were never very balanced they now play a more reliable part in the game.

The last issue to cover with the planes is that they are 1/144th scale and not 1/100th. The reason for this is simple. At 1/100th they dominate the table too much and overwhelm the other models. At 1/144th they look great and sit on their flying stands with enough presence to do the job but fit far better into the game.

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FoW - Hurricane II C/D Flight (1/144th)

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The Hurricane was the first monoplane fighter to serve with Royal Air Force. It was designed by a team under Sydney Camm and was a logical progression from the Fury biplane. Its first flight was on November 6, 1935.
Hurricane II saw the introduction of a two-speed, single-stage supercharged 1,390 hp Merlin XX engine. Deliveries to the RAF began early in September 1940. The new Hurricane retained the same eight-gun wing as the Mk I.
It was however fitted with a strengthened fuselage able to acc... (vollständige Beschreibung)

20,00 EUR



FoW - Stuka JU87D/G Flight (1/144th)

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Thought its design seems somewhat clunky and old fashioned the Stuka provided good service to the Luftwaffe and her allies in the ground attack role. Despite the initial perception the Stuka included some innovative features, such as an automatic pull-up system to ensure that the plane recovered from a dive even if the pilot lost consciousness from the G-forces.
Its landing gear, while doing nothing for its aerodynamics, was very strong and allowed it to land on rough improvised airfields near ... (vollständige Beschreibung)

20,00 EUR



FoW - IL2 Sturmovik Flight (1/144th)

The Ilyushin-2 Shturmovik ground-attack aircraft was one of the most important Soviet combat aircraft of World War II, the Il-2 was a well-designed and effective aircraft, and was produced in great numbers.
In 1938, as the clouds of war gathered over Europe, a design request for an anti-tank aircraft was issued by the Soviet Government. A team under Sergei V. Ilyushin at the Soviet Central Design Bureau set about designing a two-seat aircraft designated the "TsKB-55". Two prototypes were produc... (vollständige Beschreibung)

14,00 EUR



FoW - Kittyhawk Flight (1/144th)

The P-40 fighter/bomber was the third-most numerous US fighter of World War II. Design work on the aircraft began in 1937, with a number of experimental versions tested before the first production version appeared in May 1940 (the Model 81).
By September 1940 over 200 had been delivered to the US Army Air Corps. A further 185 more were delivered to Britain in the second half of 1940. The British designated them the Tomahawk Mk I.
After initial combat experience a need for more armour was recog... (vollständige Beschreibung)

40,00 EUR



FoW - Typhoon IB (late) Flight

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Hawker Typhoon
The Typhoon started life as a design as a replacement fighter for Hawker Hurricane in 1937. It proved disappointing in its initial testing. At low level the Typhoon was fast, but above 20,000 feet its performance fell off badly. Early prototypes suffered from a failure of the rear fuselage.

The Typhoon developed further problems in testing with carbon monoxide from the engine leaking into the cockpit, forcing pilots to wear an oxygen mask. The initial Napier Sabre engine was d... (vollständige Beschreibung)

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Henschel Hs 129 " Panzerknacker" (1:144)

Following its involvement in the Spanish Civil War, the Luftwaffe, or German Air Force, decided that it needed a purpose-built close ground-attack aircraft.
A Henschel design eventually won the contract and the Hs 129 "Panzerknacker" (or, "Tank Buster") entered service in December 1941.

The first variants of the Hs 129 proved to be underpowered. After the fall of France, German engineers fitted a pair of French Gnome-Rhône 14M radial engines and the Hs 129 Panzerknacker began its stunning ... (vollständige Beschreibung)

14,00 EUR



P-47 Thunderbolt (1:144)

The P-47 Thunderbolt, or Jug as it was also called, was designed to take on the role of the aging US Army’s P-40 Warhawk (known as the Kittyhawk in British and Soviet service). The heavily armed fighter excelled as a long-range escort fighter as well as an adept ground-attack plane.

14,00 EUR



P47 Thunderbolts

The P-47 Thunderbolt, or Jug as it was also called, was designed to take on the role of the aging US Army's P-40 Warhawk (known as the Kittyhawk in British and Soviet service). The heavily armed fighter excelled as a long-range escort fighter as well as an adept ground-attack plane.

By 1940 the army needed a dedicated heavy fighter to contend with the German fighters of the time. The aircraft was truly a monster from its not-so-humble beginnings. Powered by a massive Pratt & Whitney R-2800 Do... (vollständige Beschreibung)

40,00 EUR



Fiat CR-42 Falco (x3)

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with three FIAT CR.42 Falco aircraft, three plastic flight stands, one decal sheet and six rare earth magnets.
The Italian Regia Aeronautica (Royal Airforce) used the FIAT CR.42 Falco biplane in a ground attack role. The experienced Italian pilots, some of whom were veterans of the Spanish Civil War used the manoeuvrability of the small plane to their advantage when attacking targets and avoiding enemy fighters. The FIAT CR.42 Falco can be used with the Early-war book Hellfire and Back or the M... (vollständige Beschreibung)

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Me 262 A2a Sturmvogel

includes one Me 262 A2a Sturmvogel, one Flight stand, one Aircraft dice, two Rare-earth magnets & one Decal sheet.

The development of the Me 262 begun before the outbreak of the Second World War. Plans had been on the drawing board since April 1939; however delays in the development of the jet engine due to numerous teething troubles and lack of funding made progress slow.

This was further hindered by the thinking of high ranking Luftwaffe personnel, who concluded that the requirement of a... (vollständige Beschreibung)

14,00 EUR



Focke-Wulf 190 F8

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Includes one Focke-Wulf 190 F8 (1:144 scale), one Flight stand, one Aircraft dice, two Rare-earth magnets & one Decal sheet.

The FW 190 was one of the most important aircraft in the Luftwaffe, featuring heavily as a fighter and in ground attack roles. Armed with a pair of 20mm cannons and bombs it was a significant threat to Allied armour.

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P-38 Lightning

One P-38 Lightning.

14,00 EUR



Fokker CX

One Fokker CX (1:144 scale), one Flight stand, one Aircraft die, two Rare-earth magnets & one Decal sheet.

The Fokker CX was originally designed for the Royal Dutch East Indies Army in 1933 as a replacement for the Fokker CV. Intended for reconnaissance; the Fokker CV could also double as a little bomber. Like all Fokker designs of the period, it was of mixed construction; a combination of wooden wings and a welded steel frame covered with aluminium plate and fabric.

Manned by a two-man cr... (vollständige Beschreibung)

14,00 EUR



Spitfire IX

Spitfire IX (AC013) includes one 1:144 scale Spitfire IX aircraft, one plastic Flight stand, one Aircraft dice, two Rare-earth magnets & one Decal sheet. The Spitfire IX was developed as a stopgap measure to counter the Luftwaffe's Focke-Wulf 190. The Spitfire VIII had been the RAF's initial response to this new threat but the aircraft involved a significant overhaul of the basic Spitfire design and would therefore take a considerable amount of time before the required numbers could be fielded.
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14,00 EUR



Oberst Hans-Ulrich Pudel

includes one Ju 87 Stuka with Ju 87D or Ju 87G options, one Aircraft die, one Rudel Warrior inlay, one Plastic flight stand, two Rare-earth magnets & Pudel decal sheet.

Hans-Ulrich Pudel was born on 2 July 1916. In late 1936, he joined the Luftwaffe as a cadet. During basic training, he had difficulty learning fighter piloting techniques and was eventually listed as unsuitable for aerial combat missions. In 1939, he was transferred to a reconnaissance unit and began his wartime career observi... (vollständige Beschreibung)

14,00 EUR



Auster AOP

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with one Auster Observation aircraft and one plastic flight stand.

The use of aircraft in the role of an air observation post had its origins during the First World War. This tradition carried on during World War Two, where several American designed light aircraft were utilised in this role. These aircraft featured a tandem-cockpit accommodation which made them ideal for their roles as a reconnaissance aircraft. While the American force lent heavily on the L4 Grasshopper, the British relied ... (vollständige Beschreibung)

ca. 14,00 EUR



FoW - L4 Grasshopper Air Observation Post

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The L4 Grasshopper was a useful addition to the US artillery batteries supporting the Allied war machine. They could fly above the battlefield and observe enemy movement and positions. After a short radio message back to fire control, HE rounds would begin landing on the enemy's head!

The light aircraft could hop over trees, hills and other obstacles and surpise the enemy. Before they could react the radio message giving away their position was already away and shells incoming!

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