Linden Hill Imports
"Lipetsk Top Guns" - The Aircraft of the Russian Air Force's elite 4. TsBP i PLS
On August 17, 2005 we were very fortunate to be part of a group invited to visit the 4th Center for Combat Application and Air Crew Training of the Russian Air Force at Lipetsk Air Base. Thanks to the base commander, Major General Aleksandr Karchevsky, we were treated to a private air show lasting around two hours. We had complete freedom to photograph what we saw and ended up taking around 600 shots in this short space of time!
This special decal set and booklet package enables you to model a variety of aircraft belonging to this elite unit.
The 1/72 scale version of the set includes markings for the Su-27, Su-27SM, Su-27UB, MiG-29S, MiG-29UB, MiG-31, Su-25, Su-25T, Su-24M2 and Su-24MR. It also includes bonus decals for a Kazakh AF MiG-31, MiG-29, Su-27S or Su-24M and an Uzbek Su-24M.
Here's some of the Lipetsk Top Guns you will be able to create from our set:
Here is a full list of marking options in the set:
MiG-31; Red 37
Su-27SM; Red 02
Su-25T; Red 85
Su-25; Red 73
MiG-29 9-13; Red 29
MiG-29 9-13; Red 32
MiG-29 9-13 Red 30
MiG-29UB; Red 37
Su-27UB; Red 61
Su-27UB; Red 16
Su-27 UB; Red 17 ‘Air Force One’
Su-27S; Red 08 ‘Lipetsk Shark’
Su-27S; Red 01
Su-24MR; Red 52
Su-24M2; Red 44
Su-24MR White 33, unknown regiment, Uzbek AF, Honobod Air Base, Uzbekistan, 2004.
MiG-29 Red 03, Unknown Regiment, VVS of Kazakhstan, May 2003.
MiG-29UB Red 24, Unknown Regiment, VVS of Kazakhstan, May 2003.
Su-24MR White 32, Unknown Regiment, VVS of Kazakhstan, May 2003.
MiG-31B Red 01, 610th Air Defence Base, VVS of Kazakhstan, Karaganda - Nurken Abdirov AB, Central Military District, Karaganda, Kazakhstan, 2005.
Su-27S Yellow 05, 604th Air Base, VVS of Kazakhstan, Taldyqorgan AB, Kazakhstan, March 2006.
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