New: Fw 190 squadron + Bf 110 squadron

Fw 190 Squadron

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The Focke-Wulf Fw 190 Würger, also abbreviated as Fw 190, is a single-seat, single-engine fighter used by the German forces after 1941. Alongside its counterpart, Messerschmitt Bf 109, it became the backbone for the Luftwaffe’s Jagdwaffe.

On its debut combat, the Focke-Wulf was superior to the Spitfire V, which happened to be the Allies main plane at the time, in almost every way. Mostly suited for low-medium altitude fights, the Focke-Wulf proved to be the superior plane until the Allies introduced the Spitfire XI.

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Bf 110 Squadron

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The Messerschmitt Bf 110, also shortened to Bf 110, is a twin-engined heavy fighter and fighter-bomber in service for the German forces. Armed with 2 20mm cannons and 5 machine guns, it made up for its lack of agility with armament and advanced tactics.

Its debut had a large amount of success serving in Poland, France and Norway. Even after, it continued its service until the end of the war.

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Fw 190 Ace: ‘Pips’ Priller

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Josef ‘Pips’ Priller fought in France and the Battle of Britain before being transferred into Adolf Galland’s wing, JG 26. A year later Priller took command of the wing and fought skilfully against worsening odds over NW Europe. Priller claimed 101 victories in 307 combat sorties and gained notoriety as one of the few Luftwaffe pilots to attack the Allied beachheads on D-Day. He survived the war and returned to his family brewing business in Bavaria.

The box contains:

  • 1x Fw 190 plane
  • 1x Advantage flying base
  • 1x Double-sided Pilot Skill discs set
  • 1x Aircraft card
  • 2x Aircraft trait card
  • 2x Ace Skill card
  • 1x ‘Pips’ Priller Ace card
  • 1x waterslide decals sheet

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Fw 190 Ace: Otto Kittel

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Otto Kittel flew first in Yugoslavia and then on the Eastern Front from June 1941 at the very outset of Operation Barbarossa. He claimed his 100th aerial victory in September of 1943, his 150th in April of 1944 and his 200th in August the same year. He was shot down and killed in action in February 1945 over the Courland Pocket, his final tally 267 victories over 583 combat missions.

The box contains:

  • 1x Fw 190 plane
  • 1x Advantage flying base
  • 1x Double-sided Pilot Skill discs set
  • 1x Aircraft card
  • 2x Aircraft trait card
  • 2x Ace Skill card
  • 1x Otto Kittel Ace card
  • 1x waterslide decals sheet

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Bf 110 Ace: ‘Bombo’ Schenk

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Wolfgang ‘Bombo’ Schenk flew from the earliest days of the war, fighting over Poland and Norway before being injured by Hurricanes in May 1940. He moved east for the invasion of the Soviet Union, leading his squadron of Bf 110’s in 300 ground attack missions and claiming 18 aerial victories.

The box contains:

  • 1x Bf 110 plane
  • 1x Advantage flying base
  • 1x Double-sided Pilot Skill discs set
  • 1x Aircraft card
  • 3x Aircraft trait card
  • 2x Ace Skill card
  • 1x ‘Bombo’ Schenk Ace card
  • 1x waterslide decals sheet

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