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Famous Pilots of WW II (1:32)
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Posted: Monday, September 27, 2010 - 06:45 PM UTC
Master Box Ltd. has taken off with their first 1/32 set, Famous Pilots of WW II.

This kit features six figures of some of the best-known pilots of WWII:
1) Saburo Sakai, Japan''s highest scoring surviving ace.
2) Werner Mölders of Germany, first pilot to shoot down 100 aircraft.
3) Richard Ira Bong, America''s "Ace of Aces"
4) James Edgar "Johnny" Johnson, the official "Ace of Aces" of the UK.
5) Lily Litviak, amazing woman ace of the USSR.
6) Albert Marcel of France, who flew with the RAF, then in Russia with the Normandie Fighter Group.

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SGTJKJ
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Posted: Tuesday, October 05, 2010 - 11:15 PM UTC
Great set. These figures will look good next to an aircraft. Now we just need them in 1/48 as well.
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Posted: Saturday, January 15, 2011 - 12:28 PM UTC
I just picked this kit up today and am very excited about it inspite of some of the "Lows".
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Posted: Saturday, January 15, 2011 - 03:45 PM UTC

great reference for Albert is the current issue of 'Avions' magazine no. 179 - http://www.avions-bateaux.com
part 1 of a two-part feature by Many Souffan covers his Armée de l'Air career, his 'escape' from Vichy north Africa in his D.520 across the Straits of Gibraltar, his arrival in the UK and service with 340 Sqn ( Ile de France) prior to his departure for Russia in August 1942 (16 pages..). Can't wait for part 2...