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OPTIONAL BEND SAND OPEN HOLE SYMETRICAL ASSEMBLY REMOVE REVERSE SIDE APPLY EDUARD MASK
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POUŽÍT EDUARD MASK
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PARTS DÍLY TEILE PIECES


PLASTIC PARTS

A> B>

C> D> F> G>


2 pcs.

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2 pcs. eduard
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L> PE - PHOTO ETCHED


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COLOURS BARVY FARBEN PEINTURE


GSi Creos (GUNZE) MISSION MODELS
AQUEOUS Mr.COLOR PAINTS GSi Creos (GUNZE) MISSION MODELS
H6 C6 MMP-004 GREEN AQUEOUS Mr.COLOR PAINTS
H8 C8 SILVER H94 C138 CLEAR GREEN
H11 C62 MMP-001 FLAT WHITE H303 C303 MMP-066 GREEN
H12 C33 MMP-047 FLAT BLACK H306 C306 MMP-118 MEDIUM GRAY
H52 C12 MMP-091 OLIVE DRAB H327 C327 MMP-101 RED
H53 C13 NEUTRAL GRAY H329 C329 MMP-041 YELLOW
H58 C351 MMP-059 INTERIOR GREEN Mr.METAL COLOR METALLICS
H77 C137 MMP-040 TIRE BLACK MC214 MMM-001 DARK IRON
H90 C47 CLEAR RED Mr.COLOR SUPER METALLIC METALLICS
H91 C48 CLEAR YELLOW SM201 MMC-001 SUPER FINE SILVER

2
1 5 pcs. 2 5 pcs.
H52 MMP
C12 091
H58 MMP
C351 059
PE5
OLIVE DRAB
PE4 INTER. GREEN
C11

PE13
PE12 3
PE25 PE18
2 pcs. PE15 PE33
H58 MMP 1
C351 059

4 INTER. GREEN

PE14
H12 MMP
C33 047
FLAT BLACK
K2 2
H12 MMP
H12 MMP
G20 C33 047
H52 MMP
C33 047
FLAT BLACK
FLAT BLACK
C12 091
OLIVE DRAB
G20
G13
5
K1 C11
H12 MMP
3 5
C33 047
FLAT BLACK

PE15

C10
H58 MMP
C351 059
INTER. GREEN

H58 MMP

H6 MMP
C351 059
INTER. GREEN
1
C6 004
GREEN H12 MMP
K3 C33 047
FLAT BLACK
K6 - MARKINGS H52 MMP
C12 091
A - F ONLY H6 MMP
C6 004
OLIVE DRAB

K6
GREEN
G13 2

MC214
MMM
001
DARK IRON
C3
MARKINGS H58 MMP
PE8
A - F ONLY C351 059
INTER. GREEN

K5 PE19 5 pcs.
H12 MMP
C33 047
FLAT BLACK

K2

PE1
plastic
- 0,4 mm H12 MMP
C33 047

H58 MMP PE60 l - 0,8 mm


FLAT BLACK

C351 059
INTER. GREEN 2 pcs. H12 MMP
C33 047
FLAT BLACK
PE19
4 pcs.
H12 MMP
C33 047
FLAT BLACK
K1
PE16
H12 MMP
PE34
PE31 C33 047
FLAT BLACK
PE7
H12 MMP
C33 047
PE19
FLAT BLACK 6 pcs.
C3

7
A9 A6
6 H12 MMP
A9
C33 047
FLAT BLACK OPTIONAL: decal 74 H58 MMP
C351 059
INTER. GREEN

PE68
D1 PE3 H52 MMP
C12 091
OLIVE DRAB

2
PE84
H58 MMP
PE51 C351 059
PE2 INTER. GREEN

1
PE52 PE69

3
9
C9

PE71

PE47
C9
PE63

8 2 pcs.
PE55

PE48

PE47 PE71
PE35 PE64 8
DO NOT
GLUE!
TEMPLATE PE65

PE65 PE42

10
C8
C8
F1

PE49 PE50
PE35
DO NOT 8
GLUE!
TEMPLATE PE64
PE65

11 K19, K20, K25, K26 - FOR OPEN


BOMB BAY DOORS ONLY
PE42

F1
10
H58 MMP

K25 G26 C351 059


INTER. GREEN D2
D3
K20

K19 H58 MMP


C351 059
INTER. GREEN

K26 H58 MMP


C351 059
INTER. GREEN

G26
9

D4

4
12 13 2 pcs. PE39

MC214
MC214
MMM
A6 H58 MMP
MMM
001
001
DARK IRON
DARK IRON
C351 059
INTER. GREEN

PE52 G6
MC214
MMM
001
DARK IRON
PE10

PE76
PE51
MC214
PE24 MMM
001
DARK IRON

H8 PE57
C8
SILVER

PE26 PE17
PE6

14

A9
PE74
H58 MMP
C351 059
INTER. GREEN

PE83

H58 MMP
PE23 C351 059
INTER. GREEN
PE11 PE22

PE9 PE20

OPEN FUSELAGE 13 CLOSED FUSELAGE


13 13 GUNNER POSITION
GUNNER POSITION
13
K21
H58 MMP
C351 059
INTER. GREEN
H58 MMP
C351 059
INTER. GREEN
L19
K32
K31
A3
H58 MMP
C351 059
A9 INTER. GREEN

7 F11
MARKINGS A;C- I
H58 MMP
C351 059 C2
14 INTER. GREEN

H58 MMP
11 C351 059
INTER. GREEN

C1
H58 MMP
C351 059
INTER. GREEN

4 6
A6

12

MARKINGS A;C- I
5
15 16
PE81

K7

PE73 PE75
PE45
PE36

K12
A1

A2

WINDOWS
L1
L24

OPEN REAR H58 MMP

K9 A8 C351 059
GUN POSITION INTER. GREEN

H58 MMP
C351 059
INTER. GREEN

L22 K9 L22

15 16
H58 MMP
A7
C351 059
INTER. GREEN
MC214
L25
L12 MMM
001
DARK IRON
H58 MMP
C351 059
INTER. GREEN

PE37

PE37

17 18 SM201
MMC
MARKINGS A- F; I 001
FINE SILVER

B4
B3 H58 MMP
C351 059
MARKINGS A- F; I
INTER. GREEN H58 MMP
SM201 C351 059
MMC INTER. GREEN
001
FINE SILVER

MARKINGS A- F; I

H58 MMP
C351 059
INTER. GREEN

SM201
MMC
001
FINE SILVER

SM201
B2
G1 MMC
001 G1
FINE SILVER

B1
MARKINGS A- F; I
MARKINGS A- F; I
6
2 pcs.
G7
G8
G7

H12 MMP
C33 047
FLAT BLACK
PE30
MC214
MMM
PE30 001
DARK IRON

19 C7 20 C4

A13 A12
G22 G22
A15 A14
G22 G22
F13 F12
C6 C5

H58 MMP
C351 059
G8 H58 MMP
C351 059
G8
INTER. GREEN MC214 INTER. GREEN MC214

P2 G7 MMM
001
P2 G7 MMM
001
DARK IRON DARK IRON

G9 H306 MMP
C306 118 G9 H306 MMP
C306 118
MEDIUM GRAY MEDIUM GRAY

J1 J1

21 2 pcs. 22 21
C6, C7 C4, C5 19
H58 MMP
C351 059
INTER. GREEN

17

L20

- 0,3 mm
wire

23 21
H58 MMP
C351 059
INTER. GREEN 20
H58 MMP
C351 059
INTER. GREEN

PE46

18
MC214
MMM
001
DARK IRON

PE56 L21

2 pcs. 24 2 pcs.
G17 G28 G15 G28 25 
G17, G18 G15, G16

H52 MMP H52 MMP


C12 091 C12 091
OLIVE DRAB OLIVE DRAB
G27 G27
H52 MMP H52 MMP
PE38 C12 091
OLIVE DRAB
PE38 C12 091
OLIVE DRAB

G18 G16
7
G25 24 step 1
fill H58 MMP
C351 059
25 step 3
24 step 3
INTER. GREEN

26 A16
25 24
25 step 1 24 25
step 2
G25
H58 MMP
C351 059
INTER. GREEN

22 step 2

A17

G25
24 26 H90
C47
CLEAR RED

H94
23 C138
CLEAR GREEN
25
H91
C48
CLEAR YELLOW

G25 BOMB BAY CLOSED 26 2 pcs.


L4
L3 PE41

F17

RP1
PE66

B3 B4
decal 23
decal 23 - MARKING G ONLY

H8
C8 PE44
H8
SILVER H58 MMP K10
C8 H77 MMP C351 059
INTER. GREEN
SILVER C137 040
TIRE BLACK

PE66 H8
C8
SILVER

27 PE54
SM201
MMC
001
FINE SILVER H8
C8
H8
SILVER
K8
C8
SILVER
PE85
RP1
H8 H58 MMP
PE67 C8
SILVER
H8
C8
C351 059
INTER. GREEN
SILVER

PE62 K29
27
K29

H8
PE44 C8
SILVER

8
28 PE39
29
K11 MC214
MMM PE80
001 L23
DARK IRON

H58 MMP
28 F16 C351 059
INTER. GREEN

MC214
H58 MMP
MMM
C351 059
001 INTER. GREEN
DARK IRON
PE79
MARKINGS F15
A-F ONLY

PE61
PE87 - MARKINGS
H58 MMP
C351 059
INTER. GREEN
PE32 G ; H ONLY
PE87

PE79
MC214
MMM
001
29
DARK IRON

H58 MMP
C351 059
INTER. GREEN

PE80

PE82

30 2 pcs. 31
H77 MMP
C137 040
G11 TIRE BLACK

K18 K24
H8
C8
SILVER
PE58 PE59

PE77 PE29 PE28


RP3 RP2

32
RP2 K23 30
H8
30 SM201
C8
SILVER
MMC
001
H8 FINE SILVER
H8 C8
C8 SILVER
SILVER SM201
MMC G23 H8
L9
001
FINE SILVER
C8
SILVER
RP3
G23 K17

K18 K33
31
H58 MMP
C351 059
INTER. GREEN

MC214 MC214
MMM
001
K4 MMM
001
DARK IRON DARK IRON

31
G2 K24
K30
G2
H58 MMP
C351 059 H58 MMP
INTER. GREEN
C351 059
H58 MMP INTER. GREEN H58 MMP
C351 059 C351 059
INTER. GREEN INTER. GREEN

2
G3
G3

F10
H58 MMP
1
C351 059
INTER. GREEN

9
33 34 33 34
K28 L8
L4 L3 L7
L2
L6 L5
F5 F4

H58 MMP
C351 059
INTER. GREEN H58 MMP
C351 059
INTER. GREEN

F2 F3

L18 L15

PE86 35
PE21 H12 MMP L10 MC214 MC214 F6 F6 - MARKINGS A;C- I
C33 047 MMM MMM
FLAT BLACK 001
DARK IRON
F8 001
DARK IRON

PE27
PE40
PE43
PE53 PE78
H58 MMP
C351 059
INTER. GREEN
PE72
PE21 PE70

M1 N1

M1 N1
H58 MMP
C351 059
INTER. GREEN
PE70

N1 - MARKING B ONLY N1 35 35 M1 32

H94
C138
CLEAR GREEN
B
PE91 - MARKING ONLY L16
PE91 H90 H11 MMP
C47 C62 001
CLEAR RED FLAT WHITE
MARKINGS A- F; I
G24 K14

G14
L17

G10

PE88
PE89
PE88, PE89 - MARKING
I ONLY PE90
L11
PE90
MC214 F9 H90
MMM
001 G24 MARKINGS A- F; I C47
CLEAR RED
DARK IRON

G10 F7 F7 - MARKINGS A;C- I


G14
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M1 M1

LIQUID MASK

RP2
N1 N1

RP3

L22 L22

L2
RP1
LIQUID MASK

L16, L17 RP1

L3, L4
LIQUID MASK

L5, L6

L23
L15, L18 L11
L23

L21 L20

L1

L7 L8

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A B-26B-45, s/n 42-95752, 442nd BS, 320th BG, 12th AF, Decimomannu, Sardinia, August 1944
The 320th BG was formed on June 19th, 1942 at MacDill, in Florida, equipped with the B-26 Marauder. At the end of 1942, the entire 320th Bombardment
Group was transferred to Algeria, ground personnel arriving by sea while flight personnel flew their aircraft in over the south Atlantic to Africa. After the
occupation of the territory, operations were switched over to Sicily and Italy.The units gradually left their Algerian bases, and from November 1943, they flew
just shy of a full year from the former Italian base at Decimomannu in Sardinia. This aircraft, named ‚Wine Women & Song‘, was adorned with noseart
depicting a nude woman in a glass, and the unit marking consisting of Donald Duck holding a bomb in his hand. A standard USAAF camouflage scheme
of Olive Drab on the upper surfaces with supplemental fields of medium green on the wings and tail surfaces was carried. The bottom surfaces were painted
Neutral Grey. The yellow band forward of the rear gun position was the 320th BG, 42nd BW identifier.
B B-26B-40, s/n 42-43308, 95th BS, 17th BG, 12th AF, Villacidro, Sardinia, Autumn 1944
Over the course of the Second World War, employees of the railroad company New York Central accumulated the funds required to purchase two aircraft for
the United States Army Air Force. One was a bomber christened New York Central II, and was handed over to the USAAF in September 1943. During its
career with the 17th BG, it flew 103 missions (the first of which was a support mission for the battle at Monte Cassino, the last being a raid on Winnweiler
in Germany) before being brought down by flak on January 1st, 1945. The crew perished, with the exception of two gunners who survived and sat out the
remainder of the war in a POW camp. The airplane dropped 322,000 pounds of bombs during its combat career.
B-26B-50, s/n 42-95952/ 42-95938, 497th BS, 344th BG, 9th AF, Cormeilles-en-Vexin, France,
C Autumn 1944
This aircraft is not only interesting for its artistically applied noseart of a nude young lady, applied by the plane’s pilot, Jack Havener, to the nose of 42-95952,
but also for the fact that it was actually made up of two aircraft. The data placards on the nose carry the serial number 42-95952, while the serial on the tail bore
the number 295938. The camouflage scheme consisted of the standard Olive Drab/Medium Green/Neutral Grey, and invasion stripes were carried on the
wings and fuselage.
D B-26B-50, s/n 42-95864, 497th BS, 344th BG, 9th AF, Cormeilles-en-Vexin, France, Autumn 1944
Same as the aircraft depicted on page 14 from the same unit, Jack Havener was entrusted with the artistic application of noseart depicting a nude woman
with the name Valkyrie. Fate would prove a harsh mistress for the aircraft flown by Lt. Witherbee, later handed over to the crew led
by Lt. Bernard, on January 28th, 1945, when engine failure forced the pilot to try and return back to Cormeilles-en-Vexin. The resulting crash had no survivors.

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E B-26B-50, s/n 42-95903, 495th BS, 344th BG, 9th AF, Stansted, United Kingdom, July 1944
The 344th Bombardment Group was established in September, 1942 at MacDill in Florida, and was equipped with the B-26 Marauder. After being relocated
to the base at Stansted in United Kingdom as a component unit of the 9th Air Force, missions were conducted against military targets and the transportation
network in German occupied France, the Netherlands and Belgium from February 1944. One of the aircraft of the component 597th Bombardment Squadron
was this aircraft, once again, one that was decorated with noseart of a scantily clad woman, courtesy of Jack Havener. This Marauder, originally delivered
in natural metal, was subsequently camouflaged in Olive Drab on the upper and side surfaces, and photographs indicated peeling of the paint. At this time, the
codes were applied in grey.
F B-26B-50, s/n 42-95903, 495th BS, 344th BG, 9th AF, Cormeilles-en-Vexin, France, Autumn 1944

In comparison with this aircraft from the summer of 1944 (see previous page), the Olive drab colour was removed from the rear section of the fuselage in the
fall, and the fuselage codes were rejuvinated in black. The invasion stripes were removed from the lower surfaces of the wings and fuselage.
G B-26B-55, s/n 42-96071, 584th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF, Cambrai/Niergnies, France, May 1945
Ish Tak Ha Ba (Dakota language meaning ‚Sleepy Eye‘) was named by the aircraft’s captain, Joseph E. Farrell, and he also had the head of an Indian Chief
painted on the airplane’s nose. Joseph Farrell hailed from the small town of Sleepy Eye, and he joined the USAAC after the beginning of the war.
He underwent pilot training, after which he was assigned to the 584th BS, a unit equipped with the Marauder. After being relocated to Europe, Joseph Farrell
flew a total of 67 combat missions before the end of the war. In September 1945, he joined Northwest Airlines, where he flew until he was sixty, and even after
retirement, he never left flying.
H B-26B-55, s/n 42-96191, 597th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF, Rivenhall, United Kingdom, June 1944
The beginnings of the 397th Bombardment Group hails back to April 20th, 1943, at MacDill in Florida, where the unit began to train on the B-26 Marauder.
After relocating to Great Britain, the first combat mission was an attack on a V-1 base in the vicinity of Pas de Calais, exactly a year after the formation of the
unit. Natural metal aircraft of the 397th BG carried markings that included a yellow diagonal band across the vertical tail surfaces. At the time of the invasion,
the so-called D-Day stripes were added to the fuselage and wings. Unit members added a silhouette of the United States on the nose of this aircraft, along with
a well endowed lady with the inscription THE MILK RUN SPECIAL. Bomb silhouettes symbolized the number of bombing missions.
I B-26C-45, s/n 42-107752, 444th BS, 320th BG, 12th AF, Decimomannu, Sardinia, August 1944

Another aircraft to be decorated with noseart of a scantily clad woman was this one, named Miss Arkansas, and it carried a sharkmouth to boot. She served
with the 444th Bombardment Squadron / 320th BG at the Sardinia base of Decimomannu. From here, the 320th BG conducted raids against targets in central
and northern Italy, southern France and southern Germany. By this time, delivered aircraft were no longer in camouflage colours, but rather in natural metal.
Only the forward fuselage ahead of the cockpit was in Olive to prevent glare from the reflection of the sun’s rays.