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  1. Some of the templates your looing for can be found here http://www.simmerspaintshop.com/forums/cat5.html
  2. File Name: Skin Pack Boston III's, 88Sqn Op Starkey File Submitter: Kristorf File Submitted: 1 Jan 2007 File Category: A20 Skins Skin Pack of Boston MkIII's (A20C) flown by No88 Sqn RAF as part of Operation Starkey. The aircraft were standard RAF/USAAF colours (Dark RAF Green in this case) with black and white bars extending from roughly the centre of the wing to its tips. The white nose weas added to twin engined aircraft ony to aid identification. Six skins included, RH-E/F/R/S, one with RAF Rounds and one with RAF tail bars only. Thx go again to Imme, Monguse and Starchilde for the templates that I have mixed and matched. Thx also to mdatelmi for info on 'Starkey' aircraft. More reading here http://www.combinedops.com/Operation%20Starkey.htm Click here to download this file
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    Skin Pack of Boston MkIII's (A20C) flown by No88 Sqn RAF as part of Operation Starkey. The aircraft were standard RAF/USAAF colours (Dark RAF Green in this case) with black and white bars extending from roughly the centre of the wing to its tips. The white nose weas added to twin engined aircraft ony to aid identification. Six skins included, RH-E/F/R/S, one with RAF Rounds and one with RAF tail bars only. Thx go again to Imme, Monguse and Starchilde for the templates that I have mixed and matched. Thx also to mdatelmi for info on 'Starkey' aircraft. More reading here http://www.combinedops.com/Operation%20Starkey.htm
  4. File Name: Tempest V, 6 Sqn, 1946 File Submitter: Kristorf File Submitted: 12 Feb 2006 File Updated: 12 Mar 2006 File Category: Tempest Skins Tempest V flown by 6 Sqn from RAF Fayid, Eygpt, 1946. Three skins included, full marked, rounds and tail bars only. Many thanks to Jester for the template, with bits and peices by Hammard and Alex Voicu Click here to download this file
  5. File Name: Tempest V 'Flying Tin Opener' File Submitter: Kristorf File Submitted: 12 Feb 2006 File Updated: 12 Mar 2006 File Category: Tempest Skins Tempest V flown by S/Ldr D Crowley-Milling of 6 Sqn from Deversoir, showing the new 'stripped down' A/C applied at that time. Three skins included, full mark, rounds and tail bars. Many thanks to Jester for the template, with bits and peices by Hammard and Alex Voicu Click here to download this file
  6. File Name: Tempest V, 33 Sqn File Submitter: Kristorf File Submitted: 12 Feb 2006 File Updated: 12 Mar 2006 File Category: Tempest Skins Tempest V flown by 33 Sqn out of Gatow Airbase, Berlin, 1946. Three skins included, full marked, rounds only and tail bars. Many thanks to Jester for the template, with bits and peices by Hammard and Alex Voicu Click here to download this file
  7. File Name: Tempest V, 486 Sqn File Submitter: Kristorf File Submitted: 12 Feb 2006 File Updated: 12 Mar 2006 File Category: Tempest Skins Tempest V flown by 486 Sqn from Castle Camps in April 1944. Three skins included, full marks, rounds only and tail bars. Many thanks to Jester for the template, with bits and peices by Hammard and Alex Voicu Click here to download this file
  8. File Name: Tempest V, Roland Beamont File Submitter: Kristorf File Submitted: 12 Feb 2006 File Updated: 12 Mar 2006 File Category: Tempest Skins Tempest V flown by Wing Commander Roland Beamont (CBE, DSO*, DFC*) Nationality: Great Britian Units: 150 Wing Victories: 31 V-1 Flying Bombs, 2 in Tempest (and 7 previous). Two schemes included, Invasion bars and no invasion bars Thx to Jester for the main template and Alex Voicu and Hammard for mech layers and other bits Click here to download this file
  9. File Name: Mosquito PRXVI (VI) 680 Sqn File Submitter: Kristorf File Submitted: 11 Feb 2006 File Updated: 12 Mar 2006 File Category: Mosquito Skins Photo Recon Mosquito PRXVI (VI) flown by 680 Sqn from Foggia, Italy 1944/45. The tail was painted this way to enable distinction between it and the Me410. Two skins, full and blank Thx to Jester for the template Click here to download this file
  10. File Name: Mosquito VI, 'Black Rufe' File Submitter: Kristorf File Submitted: 11 Feb 2006 File Updated: 12 Mar 2006 File Category: Mosquito Skins Mosquito VI 'Black Rufe' flown by 418 'City of Edmonton' Sqn RCAF from Holmsley South, June 1944. Three skins included, full marked, rounds and tail bars. Thx Jester for the template. Click here to download this file
  11. File Name: Mosquito VI, 143 Sqn File Submitter: Kristorf File Submitted: 11 Feb 2006 File Updated: 12 Mar 2006 File Category: Mosquito Skins Mosquito VI flown by 143 Sqn as part of Anti-Shipping operations in conjunction with Coastal Command. Three skins included, full marks, rounds, and tail bars only. Again thex to Jester Click here to download this file
  12. File Name: Mosquito VI, 107 Sqn File Submitter: Kristorf File Submitted: 11 Feb 2006 File Updated: 12 Mar 2006 File Category: Mosquito Skins Mosquito VI flown by 107 Sqn RAF. Three skins included, full marked, rounds and tail bars only. Thx Jester for the template Click here to download this file
  13. File Name: Wg Cdr J E 'Johnnie' Johnsons Spitfire IXc File Submitter: Kristorf File Submitted: 11 Jan 2006 File Updated: 12 Mar 2006 File Category: Spitfire Skins Spitfire IXc, MK392/JE-J, flown by top ace, 'Johnnie' Johnson while commander of 144 Wing, Kenley, June 1944. Johnson destroyed 12 German aircraft (all FW190 or BF109) in this A/C, and in it scored his last kill of the war on Sept 27th 1944. Three skins included, full marks, rounds and tail bars only (both with Maple Leaf). Thx to Jester and FBS for template and Tomtheyak for advice and encouragement. Click here to download this file
  14. File Name: Seafire IICs (LIII) 899 NAS, British Home Fleet File Submitter: Kristorf File Submitted: 3 Nov 2006 File Category: Seafire Skins Two Seafire IIC (L III), MB244/6-Q and MB229 6-H flown by 899 Naval Air Squadron from HMS Indomitable from Scarpa Flow (Shetland Isles) as part of the British Home Fleet in June 1943. Both A/C have the fuselage stengthening beams fitted for the forward cockpit bulkhead to the radio compartment, and the wing strengtheners required due to the added stresses of carrier landings. Thx to Jester and TonyT for the base template, FBS for the internal layers from his MkVIII template and Robo for weathering and bits from his MkVc template. 4 skins included, 6-H/Q, one with national markings and one with tail flash. Click here to download this file
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    Two Seafire IIC (L III), MB244/6-Q and MB229 6-H flown by 899 Naval Air Squadron from HMS Indomitable from Scarpa Flow (Shetland Isles) as part of the British Home Fleet in June 1943. Both A/C have the fuselage stengthening beams fitted for the forward cockpit bulkhead to the radio compartment, and the wing strengtheners required due to the added stresses of carrier landings. Thx to Jester and TonyT for the base template, FBS for the internal layers from his MkVIII template and Robo for weathering and bits from his MkVc template. 4 skins included, 6-H/Q, one with national markings and one with tail flash.
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