Fairey Swordfish Mk.I Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm (1937-now) 824 NAS K8393(Oliver Patch, David G. Goodwin) | Battle of Taranto - Taranto November 1940 | Dk.& Extra Dk.Sea grey,Dk.&Extra Dk.Slate grey, Sky grey
Fairey Swordfish Mk.I Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm (1937-now) 820 NAS V4298/4C(S/Lt F.A. Swanton, L/A J.R. Seager, Observer Gerard Woods) | Attack on Bismarck, 26 May 1941 - North Atlantic May 1941 | Dark Slate grey, Extra Dark Sea grey, Sky
Dave Flitton Now I have to trash all the ones I have and get this one!!
15. December 2011 at 04:06:35
Wilfried Bogaerts @Bill, wilco but you will have to wait a couple more weeks until Jan 22nd (date of my next shopping frenzy...) but by then there will probably be several reviews available
16. December 2011 at 11:37:06
Wilfried Bogaerts I heard there are a LOT of ordnance options on this one, not only torpedoes and rockets (for later versions) but also depth charges, fuel tanks, mines, flares ... so we will have to buy this kit in family packs !
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