Falkland Conflict Vol2 Set (Red Line Acrylic) Hataka AS28
Standard colours of British planes during the Falklands (Malvinas) conflict
British air services in the Falklands (Malvinas) Conflict included detachments of RAF, Fleet Air Arm (FAA), Royal Marines and Army Air Corps. Most of the aircraft used wore standard pre-war colours with major exception regarding FAA’s Harriers. Those belonging to 800 and 801 NAS had Extra Dark Sea Grey extended to their undersides. As EDSG was regarded as too dark for operations at high altitudes, the reinforcing Harriers of 809 NAS (ferried on the Atlantic Conveyor) were repainted to Medium Sea Grey over Barley Grey scheme.
Contains the following colours (acrylic paints, water-based):
HTK-A140 – BS Extra Dark Sea Grey – BS381C:640, overall colour of FAA’s Sea Harrier FRS.1s (800 NAS – HMS Hermes, 801 NAS – HMS Invincible)
HTK-A141 – BS Medium Sea Grey – BS381C:637, used for upper surfaces of Sea Harrier FRS.1s (809 NAS). Also in upper camo of RAF Avro Vulcan B.2s
HTK-A142 – Camouflage (Barley) Grey – BS381C:626, used on underside wing and tailplanes of Sea Harrier FRS.1s (809 NAS, HMS Hermes and HMS Invincible)
HTK-A143 – BS Dark Green – BS381C:641, used in wraparound scheme of RAF Harrier GR.3s and on upper sides of Avro Vulcan B.2s and Chinook HC.1
HTK-A144 – BS Dark Sea Grey – BS381C:638, used for lower surfaces of RAF Avro Vulcan B.2s and in upper camo of RAF Harrier GR.3s and Chinook HC.1
HTK-A145 – RAF Blue-Grey – BS381C:633, overall colour of FAA’s Sea King HAS.5, Sea King HAS.2 and Wasp HAS.1 anti-submarine helicopters
HTK-A146 – BS Olive Drab – BS381C:298, overall colour of FAA’s Sea King HC.4s and Wessex HU.5s. Also in camo of 3rd Commando helicopters
HTK-A125 – NATO Black – Used for lower surfaces of RAF Chinook HC.1. Also in green-black camo of 3rd Commando Gazelle and Scout helicopters
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