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  1. Belgian BR.XIX (1940)

    Skin for Stephen1918's Breguet XIX.
    These aircraft represent the Ecole d’aéronautique pressed into service at the outbreak of World War II as communication aircraft.

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  2. Breguet XIX Republican pack

    I have depicted three Republican squadrons: 22 Grupo, 23 Grupo and Alas Rojas (Red Wings).
    I would have liked to assign squadrons (Escuadrilla) to the first two skins but it would have only been guesswork.
    The Red Wings was a unit that was equipped with a range of aircraft including: nine Breguet XIXs; five Nieuport 52s; one Fokker F.VIIB; and one DH89 Dragon Rapide. It operated in the Aragonian front, hitting targets in Zaragoza, Huesca, Tardienta and Barbastro.
     
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  3. Breguet XIX_Hellas

    2 Mira
    Royal Hellenic Air Force
    1940
    The Breguet 19A2B2 served in the Royal Hellenic Air Force from 1925 to 1940. Initially they carried the names of Greek cities and island but were later given code numbers.  
    53 aircraft were purchased, including 12 from Yugoslavia in 1935, but only 18 were still airworthy by the start of the Greco-Italian War. By this stage it filled an observation/army cooperation role with 1 Observation Mira, under I Corp Command, based at Perigiali, near Corinth and with 2 Observation Mira under II Corps command, based at Larissa and Kozani.
    On 4 November 1940, a Breguet from 2 Mira located the attacking 3rd Julia Alpine Division in a mountain pass near Metsovo. Three more Breguets sent to bomb the Italian division were in turn attacked by three Fiat CR.42 fighters. A Breguet was shot down, one crash-landed and the third returned to base, though badly shot up.
    I've include both the bmp files and the layered psp files for those of you who want to improve on the skin or make your own.

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  4. SF2 WW2 SAAF Fury - East Africa

    Hawker Fury MkII
    SAAF No.2 Squadron
     
    For use with the A-Team Fury MkII. Some elements of Charles' original skin have been retained.
     
    The Hawker Fury was still in service with the South African Air Force at the start of WWII. Due to aircraft shortages, the Fury was used in mixed squadrons during 1940 in East Africa. As it was too slow to catch the more modern Italian aircraft, the Fury was mainly used in the close support role.

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  5. Hawker Fury MkII - SAAF

    Hawker Fury MkII
    SAAF No.1 Squadron
     
    For use with the A-Team Fury MkII. Some elements of Charles' original skin have been retained.
     
    This is the latest skin in my tribute to the SAAF in East Africa.
     
    The Hawker Fury was still in service with the South African Air Force at the start of WWII. Due to aircraft shortages, the Fury used in mixed squadrons during 1940 in East Africa.
     
    Enjoy
     
    LloydNB

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  6. Hawker Fury MkII - No43 Squadron RAF

    Hawker Fury MkII
    No.43 Squadron RAF
     
    For use with the A-Team Fury MkII. Some elements of Charles' original skin have been retained. I got a bit lazy and kept the serial number decals too.
     
    Enjoy
     
    LloydNB

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  7. SF2 WW2 SAAF Hurricane Skins, East Africa

    1 SAAF Squadron - Hurricane MKIA
    3 SAAF Squadron - Hurricane MkIA (Trop)
     
    These skins are for Raven's excellent Hurricane MkI and MkIa (Trop). Most of the hard work on these skins is down to him - I've just played around with the panel lines and added some extra decals.
     
    SAAF squadrons in East Africa used a number of different aircraft over the campaign so I've decided to set these around January 1941 when:
    - 3 SAAF Squadron was Hurricanes only and
    - 1 SAAF Squadron was a mix of the original MkIs supplied early in the war, loaned MkIa(Trops) from 3 SAAF and Gladiators.
     
    Anyone who would like the layered files to play with should drop me a line and I'll convert them to your format of choice - anything to encourage more people to get into skinning.
     
    Regards
     
    Lloyd

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  8. Belgian Hurricane Mk1

    Hurricane Mk1 - Belgium 1940
     
    This skin is for Ravens' Hurricane Mk1. Not much has been changed from the original template so most of the credit for this skin must go tho him.
     
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    In an attempt to modernise their fighter force the Belgians ordered 20 Hurricanes and obtained a licence to build a further 80 of which only one (H42) was delivered to the air force.
     
    It seems only 11 Hurricanes were serviceable at the outbreak of hostilities. These were all based at Schaffen as part of 2/I/2 Ae (No. 2 Squadron of No. 1 Group of No. 2 Air Regiment). 8 Hurricanes were lost at Schaffen to the Luftwaffe attack on 10 May 1940.
     
     
     
    LloydNB

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  9. Ju-52/3m ge (SAAF)

    Ju 52/3m ge
    19 SAAF Squadron
     
    All of South African Airways' Ju 52/3ms were absorbed into the SAAF at the beginning of the war and flew transport duties in East Africa and Madagascar.
     
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    Please note that there is no aircraft included in this pack. You need a copy of the A-Team Ju-52B package and the Pilot Hurricane.lod and PilotHurricane.bmp files.
     
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    Enjoy
     
    LloydNB

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  10. BR.20 (Type I)

    Fiat BR.20 (Type I)
    Japanese Imperial Army Air Force, China
     
    Based on a picture of 12 Sentai, 7th Hikodan operating against Soviet forces on the Nomonhan plateau, summer 1939.
     
    Enjoy
     
    LloydNB

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  11. CR.42 - Hungary

    Fiat CR.42 - Falco
     
    1/3. "Kor Asz" (Ace of Hearts) Fighter Squadron, Royal Hungarian Air Force, Summer 1942
     
    Thanks to Veltro for a terrific aircraft to work on.

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  12. Blackburn Ripon (Finland)

    BLACKBURN Ripon
     
    A further use for SkippyBing's excellent Blackburn Baffin.
     
    The Blackburn Ripon was a pre-war carrier-borne torpedo-bomber and reconaissance aircraft, a development of the Swift, Dart and Velos family. The Ripon was a conventional biplane which was first flown in 1928. In total 123 were built and there were in addition 25 Blackburn Ripon II F: a Finnish assembled Ripon. Based on 1 production Ripon acquired from Great Britain in 1928, 25 were subsequently assembled in Finland under licence in 1931-34. The Finns used a number of different engines with the Ripon in service until 1944.
     
    The only preserved Blackburn Ripon (RI-140), has an Armstrong-Siddely Panther radial engine. It is stored in Päijänne Tavastia Aviation Museum in Asikkala, Finland
     
    Performance
    * Maximum speed: 179 km/h
    * Range: 660 km
    * Service ceiling: 3,050 m
    * climb to 6,500 ft: 15 min 30 sec
     
    Armament
    * Guns: 1 × fixed, forward firing .303 in (7.7 mm) Vickers machine gun and 1 × .303 in (7.7 mm) Lewis gun in rear cockpit.
    * Bombs: Either 1 × 18 in (457 mm) torpedo or up to 3 ×240 kg or 6 × 104 kg bombs.
     
    Enjoy
     
    LloydNB

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  13. Vichy Tiger Moth

    Tiger Moth
    Esc 2/595, Tong, Indochina 1941
     
    This Tiger Moth was used by the French forces in Indochina against aggression from Siam (Thailand).
     
     
    Enjoy
     
    LloydNB

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  14. Potez 63.11 Squadrons

    The enclosed layered file contains squadron markings for all the French squadrons that flew the Potez 63.11, both recon and light bomber.
     
    Hope you find them of use when Veltro2k releases his latest masterpiece.
     
    LloydNB

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  15. IV.KGzbV 1, 1940

    Ju-52 "Tante Ju"
    IV.KGzbV 1, 1940
     
    A new skin for the A-Team Ju-52C. Only the exterior has been changed, the original A-Team interior is too good to play around with.
     
    The devil sitting on a bomb emblem was used by IV.KGzbV 1 until 1943.
     
    10 May 1940 (5.35- 6.00am) 13 Ju-52s of IV.KGzbV.1 miss their drop point and deposit 148 men of 3.FJR2 south-west of the airfied betwee 's-Gravenzande and Naaldwijk, Netherlands. One aircraft shot down.
     
    10 May 1940 (5.35- 6.00am) 40 Ju-52s of IV.KGzbV.1 drop paratrooops of I./FJR2 on Ypenburg, Netherlands. One is shot down and the rest return to Loddenheide where 18 aircraft are declared unserviceable due to ground fire.
     
    LloydNB

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  16. Breguet 693 - France 1940

    GBA I/51 France 1940
     
    Breguet BR-693 (13 aircraft)
    The Breguet 693 was a light bomber that usually carried 8 50kg bombs.
    When they were delivered, the Breguets were popular with their crews, although the unreliable engines in the Br-691 caused headaches. Only in March 1940 were the first combat-worthy Br-693s delivered, and there were now five squadrons to equip: GBA I/51, GBA II/51, GBA I/54, GBA II/54, and GBA II/35, with a theoretical complement of 13 aircraft each.
     
    It showed promise in its role and all Breguet variants (691,693 and 695) flew 500 sorties against the German invasion. 79 Br-693s were lost in action.
     
    It seems most Br-693s went into service without underwing codes. While there are plenty of pictures of this aircraft in Vichy colours, it didn't serve outside metropolitan France and didn't see combat after the Armistice.
     
    Amended DATA and LOADOUT files are included.

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  17. Potez 633 - Indochina

    Potez Pz-633. Tonkin, French Indochina
     
    During World War II, Thailand took the opportunity of French weaknesses to reclaim previously lost territories in 1904 and 1907, resulting in the French-Thai War between October 1940 and 9 May 1941.
     
    This single Pz-633 flew recon missions in Indochina against the Thais.
     
    Enjoy!
     
     
     
     
    LloydNB

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  18. Hudson - RNZAF

    Lockheed Hudson Mk III.
     
    No. 2 Squadron, RNZAF 1941
     
    The Lockheed Hudson served with the RNZAF from 1941 until the end of WWII, first in the general reconnaissance and bomber role and later as a transport aircraft. At the start of 1940 the RNZAF was still operating the Vickers Vincent biplane, but the British government agreed to provide New Zealand with eighteen Hudsons (March 1940). By the end of 1941 this number had been increased to thirty-six, which were used to equip Nos.1, 2 and 4 Squadrons. Eventually the RNZAF would receive 101 Hudsons (54 Mk.IIIs, 37 Mk.IIIAs, 6 Mk.Vs and 4 Mk.VIs).
     
     
     
    Enjoy!
     
     
     
     
    LloydNB

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  19. Potez 633 B2 Grec

    Potez 633 B2 Grec
     
    The supply agreement for 24, twin-engine Potez 633 B2 Grec bombers, was signed in January 1938 with the delivery deadline expiring in 1 year. Finally 13 airplanes were delivered but one of them was destroyed with French crew at Tanagra Air Base on the delivery flight. The remaining 11 airplanes were confiscated by the French upon the break of the war.
     
    The Greek Potez 633 had bombing configuration, except one that was delivered with photographic equipment. Hydraulic variable-paced propellers, F.R. radio, periscopic Bronzavia type bombing sight, OPL 36 fixed gunner sight, GPU rails for 4 or 2 bombs were among their equipment.
     
    They took part in the operations in 1940 - 1941, with the 31st Bombing Squadron, until their final immobilization due to the lack of spare parts.
     
     
    LloydNB

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  20. Belgian Gladiator MkI

    Gladiator MkI
    1ère Escardrille de Chasse ("La Comète")/Ième Group/No.2 Air Regiment (Fighter)
     
    ********For Cocas' terrific Gladiator MkII********
     
    Belgium had ordered 22 Gladiator Is during the summer of 1937. 15 aircraft were serviceable on 10 May 1940. Five were not in a flyable condition, 2 were lost prior to accidents prior to the commencement of hostilities.
     
    I've included only 14 numbers in the pact as the 15th aircraft (no. 18) belonged to the commanding General and was not armed. While the exact serial numbers of all the active aircraft are not known, I have included the numbers of all the aircraft which were recorded as combat losses.
     
    La Comète were based at Schaffen, just north of Diest. The base was attacked at 04:32hrs on 10 May 1940 with the loss of 3 Gladiators and 9 of the 11 Hurricane MkIs stationed there.
     
     
    LloydNB

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  21. Potez 633 - France 1940

    GBA I/51 France 1940
     
    Potez 633 B2 (5 aircraft)
     
    In 1938 France ordered 449 Potez 633s but in May that year it was decided that all light bombers must have a crew of 3, so the aircraft was developed for export only. A bomb-bay filled the space between the plot and gunner in which the bombs were hung vertically.
     
    35 aircraft (4 from a Chinese order, 20 from a Romanian order and 11 from a Greek order) were allocated to various squadrons in 1939-40 to fill gaps and to help transition pilots into the Breguet 693. These aircraft have "C", "G" and "R" in their serial numbers.
     
    There were 20 aircraft in combat units (GBA I/51, II/51, I/54 and II/54) when the Germans invaded on 10 May 1940. GBA II/35 received the Potez 633 later that month. Only Potez 633s of II/51 saw combat, losing 5 aircraft.
     
    A further aircraft, destined for China, got as far as French Indochina before being requisitioned into the Vichy Air Force for the defence of the colony.
     
    Amended DATA and LOADOUT files are included.

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  22. POTEZ 633 B2 Royal Romanian Air Force

    Potez 633 B2
    Royal Romanian Air Force
     
    Contracts for two batches of 20 Potez 633 B2s were issued by the Romanian government and the first order was delivered in 1939. A new bomber group was set up for the new aircraft, Group 2, which included the 74th and 75th Squadrons.
     
    On June 21 1941, Group 2 was placed under alert and at 20:00 Romania entered the war alongside Nazi Germany. In September 1941 another nine 633s from the Armee de l'Air d'Armistice were delivered. In September 1942 the 633s were operating over the Don and Stalingrad and were split between:
    - 1st Long Range Reconnaissance Squadron
    - 3rd Long Range Reconnaissance Squadron
    - 74th Light bomber Squadron
     
    By spring 1943 the remaining 633s were withdrawn from combat and delivered to 1st Fighter wing for night flying instruction.
     
    (Updated for minor skin corrections.)

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  23. D.520 - 164 Squadriglia

    Dewoitine D.520
    Regia Aeronautica
     
    164 Squadriglia (161 Gruppo Autonomo), Reggio Calabria (Italy), May 1943
     
    This represents one of a handful of squadrons that flew the 47 D.520s pressed into service with the RA. All were used in 1943 for home defence against Allied bombers. Most D.520s in the RA had their French markings and Vichy stripes overpainted.
     
    LloydNB

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  24. D.520 - 370 Squadriglia

    Dewoitine D.520
    Regia Aeronautica
     
    370 Squadriglia (24 Gruppo Autonomo), Oibia Venafiorita (Sardina) and Metato (Italy), August 1943
     
    This represents one of a handful of squadrons that flew the 47 D.520s pressed into service with the RA. All were used in 1943 for home defence against Allied bombers.
     
    LloydNB

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  25. CR.42 - 4/II AMB

    Fiat CR.42 - Falco
    Aeronautique Militaire Belge
     
    4./II (Cocotte blanche), Nivellles, Belgium, May 1940

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