Scheme A – Heinkel He 111 P-2 5J+CN, 5./Kampfgeschwader 4 'General Wever', Norway April 1940. Aircraft currently restored and maintained by the Forsvarets Flysamling Gardermoen (Norwegian Armed Forces Aircraft Collection Gerdermoen), Norway.
Scheme B – Heinkel He 111 P-2 G1+HP, 6./Kampfgeschwader 55 'Greif', Villacoublay, France 1940.
Scheme A – Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IXc ML214, Flown by Squadron Leader Johnny Plagis, RAF No.126 (Persian Gulf) Squadron, Harrowbeer, Devon, July 1944 (with options for June and December 1944). + Scheme B – Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IXc EN398, Flown by Flight Lieutenant Ian Keltie, RAF No.402 (City of Winnipeg) Squadron, Kenley, Surrey, March 1943. + Scheme C – Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IXc EN398, Flown by Wing Commander James Edgar 'Johnnie' Johnson, RAF No.402 (City of Winnipeg) Squadron, Kenley, Surrey, Summer 1943. + Scheme D – Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IXc, Aircraft flown by Captain Garth Jared, Commanding Officer, 309th Fighter Squadron, 31st Fighter Group, USAAF, Italy, December 1943. + Scheme E – Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IXc MJ897, GR 2/33 'Savoie', Armée de l'Air, Luxeuil-les-Bains, France, early 1945.
New Kit scheme A – Sturmgeschütz IV (SdKfz 167) (early version) hull number Black 4331, 4th SS Polizei Panzergrenadier Division, Eastern Front, Autumn 1944. + New kit scheme B – Sturmgeschütz IV (SdKfz 167) (early version) hull number Red 4301, 4th SS Polizei Panzergrenadier Division, Eastern Front, Autumn 1944.
Kit scheme A – Panzerkampfwagen III Ausf J, hull number 631, 6 Kompanie, II Battalion, Panzer Regiment 3, 2nd Panzer Division, Russia 1942. + Kit scheme B – Panzerkampfwagen III Ausf J, hull number red 864, 8. SS-PanzerRegiment 2, Kharkov Offensive, Russia, February 1943.
Scheme A – Lockheed F-80C Shooting Star 49-650 'Saggin Dragon', 16th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 51st Fighter Interceptor Wing, United States Air Force, Suwon Air Base, South Korea, 1951. + Scheme B – Lockheed F-80C Shooting Star 49-873, 36th Fighter Bomber Squadron, 8th Fighter Bomber Wing, United States Air Force, South Korea, 1951.
A03017V – de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver Al.1 Advanced Fixed Wing Flight, Army Air Corps, Army Aviation Centre Middle Wallop, Hampshire, England, 1971. (A) A03017V – de Havilland Canada DHC-2/U-6A Beaver US Army, 1960s. (B)
Schemes A04054A English Electric Lightning F.2A No. 19 Squadron, Royal Air Force Germany, Gutersloh, 1970. (A) A04054A English Electric Lightning F.2A No.92 Squadron, Royal Air Force Germany, Gutersloh, late 1973. (B)
Scheme Option A – Avro 652A Anson Mk.l N9732, crewed by Pilot Officer Philip Peters, Sergeant D. Spencer and Leading Aircraftsman Pepper, No.500 (County of Kent) Squadron Royal Auxiliary Air Force, RAF Detling, Kent. This aircraft shot down two Bf 109Es from l/JG.20 over the English Channel on 1st June 1940
Scheme Option B – Avro 652A Anson Mk.l AW665/B-PP, Coastal Command camouflage trials aircraft, No.71 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, Lowood, Queensland, October 1943.
Scheme Option C – Avro 652A Anson Mk.l K8727/H7, No.3 Training Command, No.31 General Reconnaissance School, Royal Canadian Air Force, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada, 1941.