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Azur serie FRROM
July 2018 Preview

FRROM, 1/72 scale


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Azur serie FRROM has sent Preview images and information on their forthcoming 1/72 scale Martin B-10 / B-12 releases:

 

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We are preparing three kits in 1/72 nd for the Martin type 130 (AKA Martin B10 / B12).

Camouflages FR0042 first box  (drawing 7) :

  • Martin 139 WH-2 in service with ML-KNIL (Netherland East Indies, 1941/1942) at beginning of WWII in Pacific theater, M-520 probably
     

  •  Martin 139 WAA, Argentine Army, probably  B-504 in 1944, standard nose.

  • Martin 139 WAA, Argentine Army, with long nose, one of two such modified, B-510 or B-511


Camouflages FR0043 second box :

  • Martin 139 WHC in service with China, in 1937,  probably 1403 with 14 th Volunteer Sqn (Please have a look at kit  FR0034 Gamma 2E Bomber in China).  There were no Martin who raided Kogoshima (it was only a project). Drawing 9

  • Martin 139 WAN, Argentine Navy, probably 2-B-3, February 1939. Drawing 8.


 

Camouflages FR0044 B-10B third box (drawing 5) :

  • Martin 139 B-10B in service with Philippine Air Force in Philippines, December 1941, in US markings (28 th Bomber Sqn). Unfortunately there are no evidences of B10B  painted with the Diamond. Maybe 57 or 59, TBC

  • Martin 139 B-10B, 25 th Bomber Sqn, Hawaï 1940

I have included the corresponding drawings as well as the pictures for the specific Argenine long nose version.

Thanks to FRROM for the information and images.


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