Modern Hellenic AF vol. 2

SKU: HTK-AS75

Vendor: Hataka Hobby

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  • €17.60 EUR


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The first aircraft in the Hellenic AF wearing the grey-blue colour was Mirage F1CG in 1975 (in original French scheme). Shortly afterwards the pilots of HAF requested to repaint the remaining interceptors into the "Aegean Blue" scheme. In early 1980s F-5As and F-4Es were repainted (at first using a mix of blue and grey, later standardized as FS35164). The first Greek "Ghost Scheme" painted aircraft was an F-16C Block 30 in 1988. The HAF opted for the new colours as majority of its missions is conducted above the sea (the scheme was the same as US Navy F-16N pattern). The first F-5A was repainted to "Ghost" in 1992, while the first F-4E in 1997.

HTK-AS75 includes standard colours of Greek aircraft since 1980s. The set contains:
HTK-A046 – Medium Grey – FS35237, used in the HAF Ghost Scheme of F-16C/D Block 30/50/52+/52M, F-4E, F-5A/B and two Mirage F1CGs.
HTK-A157 - Aggressor Grey – FS36251, used in the HAF Ghost Scheme of F-16C/D Block 30/50/52+/52M, F-4E, F-5A/B and two Mirage F1CGs.
HTK-A266 – Bulkhead Grey - FS36307, used in the HAF Ghost Scheme of F-16C/D Block 30/50/52+/52M, F-4E, F-5A/B and two Mirage F1CGs.
HTK-A035 – Dark Ghost Grey – FS36320, colour of radome of F-16C/D Block 30/50/52+/52M, F-4E and two Mirage F1CGs in the HAF Ghost Scheme.
HTK-A078 – Aluminium – Used in 1980s-90s for lower surfaces in the HAF "Aegean Blue" pattern of Mirage F1CG, F-5A, F-4E (but not on Hu-16B)
HTK-A027 – Intermediate Blue – FS35164, used for upper surfaces in Aegean Blue pattern. The best match for Celomer 1620 - used on upper surfaces of Mirage 2000.
HTK-A037 – Light Ghost Grey – FS36375, the best match for Celomer 1625 - base colour of the HAF Mirage 2000 fleet in the so-called "French" scheme.
HTK-A267 – Cloud Grey – FS36280, current overall colour of the Hellenic AF Lockheed C-130H Hercules (since 2010) and Alenia C-27J Spartan transports.

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