Fairey Swordfish colours and markings
Michal Ovčáčík, Karel Susa
Soft cover, format A4, 28 pages.
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The Swordfish biplane - the legendary "Stringbag " - was designed in 1934 to meet the
Air Ministry's requirement for an aeroplane in the Torpedo-Spotter-Reconnaissance (TSR) category. Produced in substantial numbers by the Fairey and Blackburn companies, it became a real workhorse of the Fleet Air Arm fulfilling search and anti-shipping roles, destroying enemy surface vessels and U-Boats and carrying out escort duties with convoys. By 1944 almost 2,400 Swordfish had been completed.
The publication has 28 pages, including a total of 44 overall and detailed photographs,
13 pages with colour camouflage schemes and their description. Text in English.
A comprehensive decal sheet is added for modellers? convenience. Two variants of this title are available, one including 1/48th scale decal sheet (MKD48013; 1x 250x200 mm sheet) and another one with 1/72nd transfers (MKD72013; 1x 200x165 mm sheet).
This edition also includes a bonus - an extra decal option, the thirteenth in a dozen, while additional colour profiles are also included to cover another aeroplane.
Following aircraft are depicted on each decal sheet: Fleet Air Arm (11x), Royal Air Force (1x) and Royal Canadian Navy (1x).