Decorate your aircraft with a brand new set of waterslide decals, one for each nation!
Each waterslide decals sheet contains markings to decorate 6 planes and the named Ace. This includes motifs, markings, squadron numbers and more!
Decals are scaled to fit 1/200th Blood Red Skies aircraft.
An easy set, available in your local shop and on the Warlord webstore, that contains the first 5 Waterslide Decals.
- British 74 Squadron RAF Decal Sheet
- German JG-26 Schlageter Messerschmitt Bf109-E Decal Sheet
- US 352nd Fighter Group Blue Nosed Bastards P-51 Mustang Decal Sheet
- Soviet 296 IAP later 73 GviAP Yak 1 Decal Sheet
- Japanese Mitsubishi Zeros IJN Carrier Akagi Decal Sheet
This waterslide decals sheet contains markings to decorate 6 planes in the markings of 74 Squadron RAF and the Ace pilot ‘Sailor’ Milan.
No. 74 Squadron RAF first formed on the 1st of July 1917, it was a training unit flying Avro 504Ks and became known as “Tiger Squadron” due to its tiger head motif. In WWII they first saw combat during the evacuation from Dunkirk, going on to fly Mk1 Spitfires during the Battle of Britain and later Mk X Spitfires over the Normandy beaches.
This waterslide decals sheet contains markings to decorate 6 planes in the markings of JG-26 Schlageter Messerschmittilot Adolf Galland.
The Jagdgeschwader 26 (JG 26) Schlageter was a German fighter-wing for the Luftwaffe, mainly deployed in Western Europe but they also saw service against the Soviet Union in the East. JG26 took part in the fall of France and the battle for Britain, and the Dieppe raid, remaining active all the way to the end of the war.
Major Adolf Galland was given command of JG 26 on 22 August 1940. During the Battle of Britain, the Geschwader claimed 285 fighters shot down, at least 50 confirmed by Galland.
This waterslide decals sheet contains markings to decorate 6 planes in the markings of the USAAF 352nd Fighter Group and the Ace pilot George Preddy.
The 352nd Fighter Group was one of the most highly decorated United States Army Air Forces Fighter Groups in World War II, producing many leading aces of the war. They took apart in engagements all over Europe including Normandy, France, Rhineland, Battle of the Bulge and the invasion of Germany.
They moved from the US to RAF Bodney in Norfolk England on 5 July 1943, initially with the P-47 Thunderbolt. Later, in April 1944, they transferred to the P-51 D Mustang, adopting their unique blue nose marking and the nickname the “Blue Nosed Bastards of Bodney.”
This waterslide decal sheet contains markings to decorate 6 planes in the markings of the Soviet 296 IAP and the Ace pilot Lydia Litvyak. The sheet also includes spare red stars with white outline for late war.
The Soviet 296 IAP,(fighter aviation regiment), was joined by ace Lydia Litvyak in January 1943. Flying the Yak1, Lydia was a part of the Free Hunter tactic, where experienced pilots were allowed to go out of their way to independently take on the enemy.
After the 296 IAP was renamed the 73 GvlAP, Lydia was given flight command of their 3rd squadron and continued to fly for the 73 GvlAP until August 1st, 1943, where she was ‘presumably’ killed in action.
This waterslide decal sheet contains markings to decorate 6 planes in the markings of the Mitsubishi Zeros flying from the IJN Carrier Akagi and the Ace pilot Saburō Sakai, plus spare with an outer white disc for late war.
The Japanese aircraft carrier, the Akagi (meaning Red castle) took part in the Attack on Pearl Harbour, the invasion of Rabaul and the battle for Midway, which was where it was finally sunk by the American Navy. These decals are suitable for planes which belonged to the Akagi air group.
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