Set Vallejo Model Air 8u. 17 ml. US Army Air Corps ETO WWII
Developed on the basis of intensive research and precise color matching with the Federal Standard 595 color specifications. Sets include aircraft profiles made by Mark Rolfe in which different combinations for camouflage schemes and information about the function and purpose of each is shown.
8 colors Model Air set in 17 ml, developed for painting the principal camouflage patterns of most of the US Army Corps aircraft deployed in the European Theater of Operations (ETO) during WWII. Includes the standard camouflage colors Olive Drab/Neutral Grey used before WWII, the new version of these colors incorporated starting in 1942, the natural metal finish starting 1944, and the colors most employed for the interior of the aircraft (cabins and structures).