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Mushroom Model Publications – Mil Mi-24/35 HIND – Yellow Series n°6139

This review is dedicated to new book from MMP to the most famous Helicopter of the history of russian aviation; the Mil Mi-24 HIND and it’s newest variant the Mi-35.

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1/32 Special Hobby – Yakovlev Yak-3 “Onward to Berlin!” [Kit N° SH32011]

Introduction


Lighter and smaller than Yak-9 but powered by the same engine, the Yak-3 was a forgiving, easy-to-handle aircraft loved by both novice and experienced pilots and ground crew as well. It was robust, easy to maintain, and a highly successful dog-fighter. Continua a leggere 1/32 Special Hobby – Yakovlev Yak-3 “Onward to Berlin!” [Kit N° SH32011]

1/32 Special Hobby – Tempest Mk.V “HI-TECH 2” [Kit N° SH32070]

This review is dedicated to this second release of the Tempest by Spcial Hobby with more resin upgrade, named “High Tech 2”.

Introduction


The Hawker Tempest was a British fighter aircraft primarily used by the Royal Air Force (RAF) in the Second World War.

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1/48 Special Hobby – Junkers Ju 88 D-2/4 [Kit No. SH48178]

Introduction


The Ju-88 was designed as a schnellbomber in the mid 30s, and at the time it was faster than current fighter designs, so it was projected that it could infiltrate, bomb and exfiltrate without being intercepted.  That was the theory anyway.  By the time WWII began in the west, fighters had caught up with the previously untouchable speed of the 88, and it needed escorting to protect it from its Merlin equipped opponents.  It turned out to be a jack of all trades however, and was as competent as a night fighter, dive bomber or doing reconnaissance as it was bombing Britain.  They even popped a big gun on the nose and sent it against tanks and bombers, with variable success. The D mode was developed for Long-range photo-reconnaissance with the 4 being tropicalised version of the 2.

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1/32 FLY – Arado Ar 234 B-2/B-2N

Introduction


The Ar.234 was the world’s first operational jet bomber, as well as the first aircraft to use four jet engines in one of its prototypes. It stemmed from an RLM requirement for a Schnellbomber that could out-pace the Allied air force to bomb specific targets at will. In practice however, it was mostly used as a Reconnaissance aircraft, with only limited quantities available that the Germans didn’t want to fall into enemy hands.

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