HTK-AS14 US Marine Corps Helicopters Paint Set of 8

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    • HTK-AS14
    • Manufacturer: Hataka Hobby
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    “MEGA” set in Hataka Hobby line, consisting of eight colours for USMC helicopters from 1950s to present.

    HTK-AS14 “US Marine Corps Helicopters Paint Set”

    HTK-AS14 is a first “MEGA” set in Hataka Hobby line, consisting of eight colours for USMC helicopters from 1950s to present. The set can be used for painting of a model of practically any USMC helicopter – it includes Sea Blue and Light Gull Grey for the period until mid-1950, Field Green for applications in so called "land-scheme" used from 1956 till 1986, colours for grey-green-black camouflage used from 1986 and Tactical Paint Scheme colours for helicopters serving after 1991. The set contains:

    ·         HTK-A001 - Dark Sea Blue (ANA 623) - Standard colour of US carrier-based aircraft from late 1944 until 1955 including HO3S-1, HRS-1/2/3 and HO5S-1 helicopters

    ·         HTK-A048 - Light Gull Grey (ANA 620) - Temporary colour of US naval helicopters between 1955 and 1957, including HRS-3s. Later used on CH-53D Sea Stallions

    ·         HTK-A059 - USMC Field Green (ANA 627) - Standard colour of USMC helis (incl. AH-1, UH-1, CH-46, CH-53) from 1956 till mid-1980s. Later in green-grey-black scheme

    ·         HTK-A046 – Medium Grey - FS35237, used in green-grey-black scheme. Also in modern Tactical Paint Scheme (AH-1Z, UH-1N, CH-46E, CH-53E, MV-22B)

    ·         HTK-A037 - Light Ghost Grey - FS36375, used in Tactical Paint Scheme of USMC helicopters (AH-1Z, UH-1N, CH-46E, CH-53E) and tilt-rotors (MV-22B)

    ·         HTK-A041 - Night Black - FS37038, used between 1986 and 1991 in green-grey-black scheme. Also for selective application in other paint schemes

    ·         HTK-A035 - Dark Ghost Grey - FS36320, used in modern Tactical Paint Scheme of USMC MV-22B tilt-rotors

    ·         HTK-A060 - USMC Sand - Used during Desert Storm campaign on USMC AH-1s, UH-1s, CH-46s and CH-53s as field application over permanent colours