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Russian Airfield, Spring 1942

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Tim R-T-C
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Russian Airfield, Spring 1942

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Russian Airfield, somewhere East of Moscow. Spring 1942. A fictional but hopefully plausible scene.

UT-2 two seaters being prepped for training flights, although one has got stuck in the mud. In the back is a UT-1 with ground attack field mods - fortunately not required against the still stalled Wehrmacht offensive.

MikroMir planes with assorted N gauge scenery used. Vallejo Air VVS paint set used.

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Nice little dio! I like the way you made the ground and the scenery.
Obviously training flights are also stalled - and the trainees are kept busy with aircraft cleaning :mrgreen:

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And grooming the horses! An excellent little dio making full use of the Mikro-Mir UT series. The posing of the figures is top notch, too! :D
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