Coming soon: AM No.24

The Junkers Ju 88

Part 2:  Ju 88C to T-series

The Junkers Ju 88 has become a very popular aircraft modelling subject in recent years and our latest book will go some way towards unpicking the bewildering choice of variants and schemes that apply to the type.
     This twenty-fourth book in our much-acclaimed series contains over 256 pages packed with vital information that no active modeller and Luftwaffe enthusiast should be without.
    Contents include: walk-around images and technical diagrams; camouflage and markings; modelling information; historical photographs; profiles by Richard J. Caruana; 3D isometric views by Wojciech Sankowski, kit builds by Libor Jekl and Steve A. Evans; scale plans.


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Out now: AE No.11

The Falklands War

2nd April to 14th June 1982

Covers the historical aspects of the battles in the air and at sea in and above The Falklands between the 2nd April and 14th June 1982.

- Historical narrative by Patrick Branly
- Numerous period images
- Colour profiles by Richard J Caruana
- Specially commissioned kit builds by Steve A Evans
   and Libor Jekl

Now available: AA No.20

The Heinkel He 177 Greif

A Detailed Guide To The Luftwaffe’s Troubled Strategic Bomber

Our biggest Airframe Album to date
- 192+ pages!

Our twentieth title in the Airframe Album series will be an essential reference for any Luftwaffe enthusiast and anyone tackling the Revell kit or other kits in 1/72nd and 1/48th scale.
    Contents include: historical photographs and detail images; period diagrams; data from flight manuals; Isometric views by Wojciech Sankowski
; colour profiles by Richard J. Caruana; camouflage and marking notes; walkaround images; lists of all Barracuda kits, accessories and decals; detailed build of the Revell 1/72nd He 177A-5 by Libor Jekl.

Out now: AM No.23

The Junkers Ju 88

Part 1:  V1 to A-17 plus B-series

The Junkers Ju 88 has become a very popular aircraft modelling subject in recent years and our latest book will go some way towards unpicking the bewildering choice of variants and schemes that apply to the type.
     This twenty-third book in our much-acclaimed series contains over 272 pages packed with vital information that no active modeller and Luftwaffe enthusiast should be without.
    Contents include: walk-around images and technical diagrams; camouflage and markings; modelling information; historical photographs; profiles by Richard J. Caruana; 3D isometric views by Wojciech Sankowski, kit builds by Steve A. Evans; scale plans.

First cat: AM No.22

The Grumman F4F Wildcat

(including GM FM-1 & FM-2)

The Wildcat has been a popular aircraft type with modellers and has recently been the subject of several new toolings. Our latest book will go some way towards unpicking the different variants and detail differences that apply to the type.
     This twenty-second book in our much-acclaimed series has 208pages packed with vital information that no active modeller and Wildcat enthusiast should be without.
     
Contents include: walk-around images and technical diagrams; camouflage and markings; modelling information; historical photographs; profiles by Richard J. Caruana; 3D isometric views by Juraj Jankovic, kit builds by Steve A. Evans and Libor Jekl; 1/48 scale plans.

FAA Monoplane: AA No.19

The Fairey Barracuda

A Detailed Guide to the Fleet Air Arm’s First Torpedo-Bomber Monoplane

Our nineteenth title in the Airframe Album series will be an essential reference for any FAA enthusiast tackling the Special Hobby (1/48th & 1/72nd) kits along with older kits in 1/72nd scale.
    Contents include: historical photographs and detail images; period diagrams; data from flight manuals; Isometric views by Juraj Jankovic
; colour profiles by Richard J. Caruana; camouflage and marking notes; walkaround images; lists of all Barracuda kits, accessories and decals; detailed build of the Special Hobby 1/72nd Barracuda Mk I by Libor Jekl.

Airframe Detail No.10 Now Available

The Bristol Beaufort


A Technical Guide

The Bristol Beaufort is a subject of interest to enthusiasts and modellers alike. Our tenth title in the Airframe Detail series is an essential companion for anyone tackling the ICM example in 1/48 scale and the 1/72 scale kits from Airfix, Special Hobby, and even the old Frog toolings. 
     Contents include: period photographs and diagrams; detailed walkaround images; colour profiles by Richard J. Caruana; lists of all Beaufort kits and accessories; kit builds by Steve Evans and Libor Jekl.