Heinz Sachsenberg, April The instructions suggest RLM 81 could also have been included in the mottling. RLM 76 Light Blue covers the fuselage sides and all undersurfaces were red with white stripes. National markings on the wings consist of mm B6 type white crosses above and the solid black mm B1b type below. The fuselage shows the mm B3 type crosses with a mm H3 Hakenkreuz on the tail. For those that like absolute accuracy, EagleCals indicate that the gun cowling was of the later 3-piece type with no bumps.
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The 72 pages of text is written by Jerry Crandall and includes illustrations from Tom Tullis. Printed in , on thick glossy paper, this soft cover book further explores the mysteries of this very unique unit. Chapters explore in vivid detail the three known D-9s and one D that equipped this unit and the men who flew them. In addition, the author further details some of the other aircraft that were found at Ainring at the end of the war.
The photos are printed clearly whenever possible and occasionally enlarged when the author is trying to prove a point. The artwork that we have come to expect from Tom Tullis is superb!
A color reference chart for each aircraft is included which explains in great detail their appearance. Stencil and national marking questions are also answered. The book is completed with the addition of all references. While I am sure that a few questions still exist about this unit, Jerry Crandall has gone to great length to provide many of the answers. This is an excellent one-stop reference source and a valuable addition to the EagleCals decal sheet I would recommend this book to anybody with a fancy for late war German aircraft and rate this title with five out of five stars.
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Doras of the Galland Circus