Blood Red Skies: Air Strike! Coral Sea ScrambleAdd to Wish List
Joseph J Foss takes to the skies in his Wildcat. Swarms of B5n 'Kates' lurch from unseen enemy carriers, their pilots desperate to unleash their payloads upon the relatively defenceless LCI Landing Craft. How will the ace fare against these...
Imperial Japanese Fighter Hiko Sentai - A6M5 'Zero-Sen'Add to Wish List
Prior to World War Two, the Japanese Army Air Service orchestrated a restructuring of its organisation. The resultant Air Combat Group (飛行戦隊 Hikō Sentai) was a single-purpose unit consisting typically of three Squadrons, divided into three flights (小隊 shōtai) of...
Blood Red Skies Decals (5)Add to Wish List
Each waterslide decal sheet contains markings to decorate 6 planes and the named Ace. This includes motifs, markings, squadron numbers and more! Decals are scaled to fit 1/200th Blood Red Skies aircraft. Set contains: British 74 Squadron RAF Decal Sheet German...
Blood Red Skies Imperial Japanese expansion packAdd to Wish List
Blood Red Skies is constantly evolving with new aircraft, cards, rules and scenarios. This pack gives you a good selection of Imperial Japanese cards and profiles. Contains: 6 aircraft cards: [A6M2 Zero single-engine fighter, Ki43 Hayabusa single-engine fighter, Ki61 Hien...
Japanese A6MX 'Zero-Sen' 6 Plane SquadronAdd to Wish List
The Mitsubishi A6M Zero was a fast, modern fighter, but had no armour for the pilot. When the Zero was in the hands of aggressive and well-trained pilots this weakness was rarely apparent. The A6-M5 model Zero featured improved engine,...
Japanese A6MX 'Zero-Sen' Ace - Saburō SakaiAdd to Wish List
Saburō Sakai was the Imperial Japanese Navy's fourth highest ranking Ace. When was began he shot down the first B-17 to be lost in the Pacific theatre. During a mission over Guadalcanal Sakai was badly injured but still limped his...
Japanese Mitsubishi Zeros IJN Carrier Akagi decal sheetAdd to Wish List
This waterslide decal sheet contains markings to decorate 6 planes in the markings of the Mitsubishi Zeros flying from the IJN Carrier Akagi and the Ace pilot Saburō Sakai, plus spare with an outer white disc for late war. The Japanese aircraft carrier,...
Mitsubishi J2M 'Raiden' squadronAdd to Wish List
After a year correcting serious engine problems, the Mitsubishi J2M Raiden (“Thunderbolt”) known by the Allied forces as “Jack”, finally arrived in front line squadrons February 1944. Primarily designed to defend against the Boeing B-29 Superfortress, and still handicapped by...
Mitsubishi J2M 'Raiden' Ace: Yozo TsuboiAdd to Wish List
Yozo Tsuboi, was Japans only Raiden Ace claiming 5.5 victories in this aircraft whilst serving with the 302nd Kokutai (302nd Naval Air Group). He lost his last battle when taking on a formidably armed F-13A reconnaissance aircraft, (a redesignated version...
302nd Kokutai - 'Thunderbolt' over JapanAdd to Wish List
Making its combat debut in June 1944 the Mitsubishi J2M Raiden, with IJNAF ACE Yozo Tsuboi, is on its way for Blood Red Skies! Mitsubishi J2M 'Raiden' After a year correcting serious engine problems, the Mitsubishi J2M Raiden ("Thunderbolt") known...
Kawanishi N1K-1 'Shiden' SquadronAdd to Wish List
The Kawanishi N1K-2 ‘Shiden Kai’ (“Violet Lightning”) was an Imperial Japanese Navy Air Force (IJNAF) land-based fighter. Known by the Allied forces as “George”, the N1K-2 was considered to be one of the finest land-based fighters flown by the Japanese....
Kawanishi N1K-1 'Shiden' Ace: Kaneyoshi MutoAdd to Wish List
Kaneyoshi Muto earned his first air victory on 4 December 1937 during the Battle of Nanking when he shot down a Soviet-made Polikarpov I-16. He would go on to fight alongside Saburō Sakai on the island of Iwo Jima, surviving...
343rd Kokutai - 'Violet Lightning' in the PacificAdd to Wish List
The Kawanishi N1K-2 'Shiden Kai', one of the finest land-based fighters flown by the Japanese, is about to enter Blood Red Skies with IJNAF ACE Kaneyoshi Muto! Kawanishi N1K-2 'Shiden Kai' The Kawanishi N1K-2 'Shiden Kai' ("Violet Lightning") was...
Nakajima B5N 'Kate' SquadronAdd to Wish List
The B5N although didn't compare up to other aircraft at the start of its involvement in the war, still served throughout the entirety of it. It had a 3-man crew, pilot, navigator/bombardier/observer, and radio operator/gunner. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted...
Imperial Japanese Army (IJA) Colors Pre-War to 1945Add to Wish List
Paint set of 8 colours in 17ml; developed to paint the aircraft of the aviation division of the Japanese Imperial Army (IJA) deployed in the war with China during the years before the attack on Pearl Harbor (December 1941) and...
Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) Colors Pre-War to 1945Add to Wish List
Paint Set of 8 colours in 17ml; developed to paint the aircraft of the aviation division of the Japanese Imperial Navy (IJN) - both land-based aircraft as well as carrier-based, used in the war with China during the years prior...
Blood Red Skies Japan Dice Tray + Japan Dice PackAdd to Wish List
Pair up your stylish dice tray with the matching Blood Red Skies dice pack! This bundle contains 1 dice tray and respective dice pack! Each dice tray has an insignia respective to each of their nation's airforces, it also features:...
Imperial Japanese Navy Aces 1937–45Add to Wish List
Author: Henry Sakaida Illustrator: Tom Tullis Publication Date: 28 Aug 1998 Number of Pages: 116 The outcome of the Pacific War was heavily influenced by the results of naval battles between the Imperial Japanese fleet and the US Navy. One...
F4F Wildcat vs A6M Zero-Sen - Pacific Theater 1942Add to Wish List
Author: Edward M. Young Illustrators: Jim Laurier, Gareth Hector Publication Date: 20 Aug 2013 Number of Pages: 80 The Grumman F4F Wildcat and the Mitsubishi A6M Zero-sen were contemporaries, although designed to very different requirements. The Wildcat, ruggedly built to...