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WWII US Paratroops
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A00751V - WWII US Paratroops

About the Army:

The early German victories in WWII using paratroopers spurred the creation of the US airborne program, and a fifty-man test platoon was formed on June 25, 1940.


About the Model:

This set contains 48 unpainted figures.

Luftwaffe Personnel
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A00755V - Luftwaffe Personnel

About the Personnel:

At the beginning of WWII the Luftwaffe were by far the largest and most powerful airforce in the world. Figures in this set are posed loading, fixing and maintaining aircraft.


About the Model:

This set contains 46 unpainted figures.

WWII British Infantry N. Europe
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A00763V - WWII British Infantry N. Europe

About the Army:

Perfect for D-Day modelling this set contains various officers and men wearing uniforms and combat wear suited to the D-day period of 1944 and beyond. Carrying the weapons of the period they work perfectly with many other Airfix products.


About the Model:

This set contains 48 unpainted figures in various suits, uniforms and carrying assorted weapons.

Curtiss P-40B Warhawk
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A01003B - Curtiss P-40B Warhawk

About the Aircraft:

The P-40 served the United States Army Air Force throughout the Second World War, fighting in Europe, across Asia and in the deserts of North Africa. While not as maneuverable as the Japanese Mitsubishi Zero, or as fast as the German Messerschmitt Bf109, the P-40B still proved to be a tough opponent. Pilots liked the fact it could often get them home after sustaining heavy damage, as well as being able to inflict it with its armament of six machine guns.

About the Model:

If you're after an aircraft that's reliable in both service and looks, then now's the perfect time to bring home the P-40B for your Airfix model range! With an eye-catching livery, sprues and decals as well as measuring 134.5mm in length, this is the perfect addition to any Military or aircraft collection!

Mitsubishi A6M2b Zero
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A01005 - Mitsubishi A6M2b Zero

About the Aircraft:

When the Japanese Zero first entered service in 1940, it was without doubt the most advanced naval fighter in the world and quickly earned a reputation as a ruthless dogfighter. In early engagements, the Zero proved so effective that pilots were able to post an almost unbelievable victory ratio of 12 to 1 against their adversaries. As the Wehrmacht began its march across Europe in 1940, little attention was being given to developments in the Far East. Following years of re-arming and upgrading, the Japanese Navy could boast some of the most advanced naval aircraft in the world within its inventory, including the superb Mitsubishi A6M Zero. 

This long range Naval fighter would be at the forefront of Japan's expansionist ambitions throughout WWII and in the early war years, proved to be unequalled in the Pacific region. The Zero also quickly earned a reputation as a dogfighter and Allied pilots quickly learned to avoid a slow, turning fight with this beautifully balanced aircraft. American pilots soon developed tactics that avoided playing into the hands of the Zero and began to score victories. As newer fighters began to enter service, the A6M Zero began to show its weaknesses, which were a lack of armour protection for the pilot and no self-sealing fuel tanks in the wing. Using their boom and zoom hit and run tactics, the Americans finally began to get the measure of the feared Zero.


About the Model:

With this classic model ressembling an aircraft possessing exceptional manoeuvrability, with an equally impressive livery for you to recreate, no collection is complete without the A6M Zero. This model measures at 126mm, making it perfect as a model for both experienced and younger collectors.

Messerschmitt Bf109E-4
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A01008A - Messerschmitt Bf109E-4

About the Aircraft:

When the diminutive Messerschmitt Bf109 entered service in February 1935, it was one of the most advanced aircraft in the world, clearly heralding the future of fighter design. Produced in greater quantities than any other fighter aircraft, the Bf109 served throughout WWII and was flown by many of the worlds most successful air aces.


About the Model:

If it's an aircraft with both an incredible service legacy and livery design, then look no further! The Bf109 comes complete with sprues, decals and measures 120mm in length, making it a great model kit or younger collectors and experienced ones alike.

Aircraft scheme: Bf 109E-4 Yellow 13 9./JG54 Hollande. 

Hawker Hurricane Mk.I
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A01010A - Hawker Hurricane Mk.I

About the Aircraft:

Considered revolutionary in 1935, by the start of WWII the earliest versions of The Hurricane with fabric covered wings and two bladed propellers had fallen behind the performance of the best German fighters. Nevertheless, once fitted with 3-blade propellers, these early Hurricanes were very successful during the Battle of Britian in 1940.


About the Model:

You can now bring home the legacy of the Hurricane Mk.I today for your Airfix collection! Featuring sprues and decals as well as measuring 133mm in length, this must-have aircraft awaits for you to make a fitting part of your airfix or military range.

Focke Wulf Fw190A-8
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A01020A - Focke Wulf Fw190A-8

About the Aircraft:

First flying in 1939, the Focke-Wulf Fw190 proved to be an immediate threat to RAF fighters when introduced in late 1941, being faster and more manoeuvrable than the Spitfire V then in service. This A-8 version was the most numerous and heavily armed variant, which entered service in 1944, as an attempt to stop the Allied daylight raids. However, by then the new Allied fighters had begun to outclass it.


About the Model:

With a lasting legacy and impressive service history during it's life, the Focke-Wulf Fw190 is a must-buy if you're after something varied yet eye-catching for your Airfix range. Measuring at 125mm and complete with sprues, decals and a one-of-a-kind livery scheme, who can resist bringing this aircraft home today to complete their collection!

FIAT G50
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A01046V - FIAT G50

The Regia Aeronautica are regarded by many as operating some of the most attractively presented aircraft of the Second World War, even though some of those machines are perhaps not as well known as those operated by other nations. Marking the transition between biplane and monoplane technology, the Fiat G.50 is an important aircraft in Italian Air Force history and was their first low wing, all metal single seat fighter. It was also the first Italian fighter to feature a retractable undercarriage and an enclosed cockpit, although this feature was later altered, as it was not popular with pilots. Early versions of the G.50 fighter were hampered by a lack of range and when around 50 aircraft were sent to take part in the latter stages of the Battle of Britain, they found themselves outclassed by the Spitfires and Hurricanes of the Royal Air Force.

The Fiat G.50 would be used extensively in North Africa and throughout the Mediterranean Theatre, where in the hands of a competent pilot, it could give a very good account of itself in combat. Used in the air superiority and bomber escort roles, the aircraft would also be used successfully for ground attack operations, where its rugged construction and low altitude performance came to the fore. By late 1942, the G.50 had been outclassed by it Allied opposition and remaining aircraft were relegated to second line duties and training support roles.

Hawker Demon
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A01052V - Hawker Demon

About the Aircraft:

The period between the First and Second World Wars was a golden era for British aviation and saw the introduction of some of the most attractive aircraft to see RAF service. With their gleaming silver fuselages and bright squadron markings, available for you to replicate on this Airfix model, many of these aircraft also represented the absolute pinnacle of biplane aviation technology. The introduction of the Hawker Hart light bomber proved to be something of an embarrassment for the RAF, as it was faster than the current fighter aircraft in service. The answer to this problem was simple, ask Hawker Aviation to build a fighter version of their Hart. 

Powered by the mighty Rolls Royce Kestrel engine, the new two seat Hart Fighter proved to be a great success and even though it was quickly renamed Demon to differentiate between the two aircraft. Just over 300 of these elegant fighters would eventually be produced. Unfortunately, this golden era for biplanes occurred just as the first monoplane designs were being developed and their reign would prove to be a short, if glorious one. Just as the Demon had been introduced, the performance of the new Bristol Blenheim would render it obsolete as a fighter almost overnight. 

About the Model:

Despite the sudden redundancy, the Hawker Demon certainly isn't obsolete when it comes to style and reliability, which you can now bring home for your Airfix model range! Featuring an eye-catching livery as well as plenty of history, now's the perfect chance to make the Hawker Demona must-have addition to you collection, or as a gift for that aircraft enthusiast in your life.

Supermarine Spitfire Mk.I
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A01071B - Supermarine Spitfire Mk.I

About the Aircraft:

The first production Spitfire Mk.I was delivered to RAF No.19 Squadron at Duxford on 4th August 1938 and heralded the arrival of a future aviation icon. With various upgraded marks of this classic fighter serving throughout WWII, the Spitfire is arguably the most famous fighter aircraft to ever take to the skies. 

About the Model:

With such a lasting legacy and reputation to its name, no collection is complete without the Spitfire Mk.I. Measuring at 127mm in length and featuring an equally as outstanding livery, now is the perfect chance to bring yours home today and recreate the victories of the aircraft- the Airfix way!

Scheme: Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Ia N3290 GR-U 92 Squadron 1940.

BAE SYSTEMS is a registered trade mark of BAE Systems plc.

Panther
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A01302V - Panther

About the Tank:

Developed initially to counter the Soviet's T-34, the Panther was sent to frontline units in the spring of 1943, and first saw major combat at Kursk. WIth the correction of the production-related mechanical difficulties, the Panther became highly popular with German tankers and a fearsome weapon on the battlefield. Mould Tools made in 1961, pack Illustration by G. Schule, 1961. 

About the Modal:

Enjoy the nostalgia with Airfix Vintage Classics- and the panther is definitely a classic not to be missed! This wartime tank has a simple yet effective livery scheme as well as a length of 77mm, making it perfect for both younger and experienced collectors!

Sherman M4 Mk1
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A01303V - Sherman M4 Mk1
The M4 Sherman was the primary tank used by the Allies during World War II. Thousands were also distributed via lend lease, including the the British Commonwealth and Soviet armies. Britain named the M4 (Mki) after General William Tecumseh Sherman, who fought with great distinction and bravery in the American Civil War.
Churchill Mk.VII
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A01304V - Churchill Mk.VII

About the Tank:

The Churchill was the standard British infantry tank from 1941. It was not fast but had heavy armour, good firepower and good cross-country performance. The Mk.VII used a 75mm gun and had increased frontal armour. It first saw service in Normandy in 1944.

About the Model:

Enjoy the nostalgia with Airfix Vintage Classics, not forgetting the Churchill Mk.VII tank! With such an impressive performance during its service, bring yours home today for a must-have injection of history to your Airfix range! Each model measures 94mm in length and contains 104 pieces to bring your Churchill Mk.VII to life. Mould Tools made in 1961, pack Illustration by Ron Jobson, 1975.

25PDR Field Gun & Quad
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A01305V - 25PDR Field Gun & Quad

About the Tank:

The 25-PDR saw service throughout World War II with British and Commonwealth forces and it was generally thought to be one of the best field guns of the war. For transportation, the gun attached to its limber and was towed by the Morris Commercial C8 FAT (Quad). 32 rounds of ammunition were carried in the limbers. Mould Tools made in 1963, pack illustration by Roy Cross, 1964.

About the Model:

Enjoy the nostalgia of Airfix Vintage Classics with the 25-PDR in 1:76 scale and available for you to bring home today for your collection! This Airfix kit has 71 pieces and comes complete with sprues and decals to bring the legacy of the 25-PDR tank to your model aircraft range!

Stug III 75mm Assault Gun
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A01306V - Stug III 75mm Assault Gun

About the Tank:

The Sturmgeschutz (Stug) GIII was a turretless tank on a Panzer III chassis which enabled it to carry a formidable 75mm high velocity gun. This was used extensively in all theatres of the Second World War. They were used by other nations in the war including Finland and Romania

About the Model:

Enjoy the nostalgia of Airfix Vintage Classics with the Stug III 75mm Assault Gun! Featuring a length of 71mm, 79 pieces in each kit and spreues and decals, you can now bring the history and legacy of the Stug III home for your Airfix model range today! Mould Tools made in 1962, pack illustration by G.Schule, 1963. 

Joseph Stalin JS3 Russian Tank
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A01307V - Joseph Stalin JS3 Russian Tank

The heavy tank named after the infamous Soviet leader, was designed with thick armour to counter the German 88mm guns, the main gun was capable of defeating the German Tiger and Panther tanks. It was mainly a breakthrough tank, firing heavy high-explosive shells against entrenchments and bunkers.

Tiger 1
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A01308V - Tiger 1
The Tiger I was produced from late 1942 as an answer to the formidable Soviet armour encountered in the initial months of Operation Barbarossa. The Tiger I design gave the Wehrmacht its first tank mounting the 88mm gun. During the course of the war, the Tiger I saw combat on all German battlefronts.
Bren Gun Carrier & 6PDR Anti-Tank Gun
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A01309V - Bren Gun Carrier & 6PDR Anti-Tank Gun

About the Tank:

First employed in North Africa in 1942, the 6-pounder anti-tank gun was able to destroy all German tanks then in service. lt was usually towed by a Universal or 'Bren' Carrier.

About the Model:

If you're after something unique yet full of history then the anti-tank gun is the perfect choice! Now available in 1:76 scale and containing 45 pieces, this kit is a great collectable for both young and long-time model makers. In addition to the tank gun itself, this kit includes four crew figures. Mould Tools made in 1964, pack illustration by G.Schule, 1966. 

SDKFz.234 Armoured Car
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A01311V - SDKFz.234 Armoured Car

About the Tank:

The restrictions imposed on Germany as part of the Versailles treaty saw if focus on wheeled armoured cars. The development of these centred around the need for mobile support around reconnaissance units. This final variant of the type was the SdKfz 234/4. The vehicle was fitted with a 75mm Pak 40 gun.

About the Model:

Airfix are proud to present the SDKFz.234 Armoured Car as a model kit for you to add to your military or tank collection! Measuring 76mm and containing 57 pieces as well as sprues and decals, the SDKFz.234 is a guaranteed must-buy for you to bring home today!



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