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This product was added to our database on Thursday 16 June 2016.
Mind: this item is a decal sheet that serves to decorate a scalemodel. The scalemodel is not included and needs to be ordered separately.
Category Scale Modelling, Subcategory Decals, Scale 1 : 48, ISBN/Box EGD48134, Publisher/Brand Eagle Cals/Parts
Focke-Wulf Ta 152
A total of five aircraft markings are provided.
'Green 3' originally 'Yellow 3' photographed at Alteno Airfield, February 1945 assigned to 11./JG 301. This aircraft became 'Green 3' as part of Stab JG 301 on when all Ta 152 aircraft became part of the Stab on 13 March 1945. Flown by Obfw. Josef Keil 10 April 1945 when he shot down a P-47 over Kassel, Germany. This H-0 also flown by Obfw. Walter Loos on 20 April 1945.
'Green 9' Stab JG 301. This Ta 152 H-1/R11 W. Nr. 150168, was equipped with windscreen heating elements which are provided in decal form on this sheet. Flown by Fw. Willi Reschke on 24 April 1945, shot down two Russian Yakovlev Yak-9s over Berlin. Also flown by Hptm. Roderich Cescotti Technical Officer JG 301 on 7 April 1945. This aircraft was captured by the British who overpainted the markings and JG 301 Red/Yellow bands. The Black spinner with White spiral was repainted to a Red spinner with White spiral, then displayed at Farnborough, England. This is the Ta 152 H test flown by Capt. Eric Brown.
'Green 4' Ta 152 H-0 W. Nr. 150010 originally 'Yellow 4' 11./JG 301, assimilated into Stab JG 301 and flown by Obfw. Walter Loos on 24, 25 and 30 April 1945. This Ta 152 H-0 is the only known survivor and is currently in storage at the National Air and Space Museum. Markings provided for both 'Yellow 4' and 'Green 4'.
Orange-Red Ta 152, a striking Ta 152 H flown by the Kommodore of JG 301 Obslt. Fritz Auffhammer on 22 March 1945 to the Luftwaffe proving ground at Rechlin, Germany, returning this aircraft along with complaints of construction problems and unfulfilled delivery dates. The purpose of ths bright Orange-Red color was to prevent trigger-happy German flak gunners from shooting down this unusual Luftwaffe fighter. On this flight Auffhammer was escorted by Hptm. Roderich Cescotti who flew Fw 190D-9 'Green 1'. Recommended FS number 21310 for the Orange-Red color. ec134