Paint Set of 8 colours in 17ml; developed to paint the various camouflage schemes of Soviet aircraft, from the beginning of the “Great Patriotic War” in June 1941 until the year 1943; the turning point on the Eastern Front.
AII Zashchitnyi Camouflage Green: Nitrocellulose lacquer for the upper surface of aircraft with combined wood/fabric and eventually metal structures. Specifications issued in 1937 and used between 1938 and 1941.
AMT-4 Camouflage Green: Nitrocellulose lacquer for the upper surface colour scheme “Black/Green” for aircraft of combined wood/metal structures and metallic finish.
A-24m Camouflage Green: Oil-based enamel equivalent of the colour AMT-4, the upper surface colour scheme “Grey/Brown/Green” and “Black/Brown Green” for aeroplanes with metal structures.
AMT-6 Matt Black: Nitrocellulose lacquer for the upper colour scheme “Black/Green” used on aircraft of mixed structure and metal finish.
AII Sv.gol. (Svetlo goluboi) Light Blue: Nitrocellulose lacquer for the lower surface of aircraft with combined fabric/wood and eventually metal structure. Used widely in 1940-1942 and gradually replaced by AMT-7.
AMT-7 Greyish Blue: Nitrocellulose lacquer for lower surfaces of aircraft with combined fabric/wood and metal structures. Introduced starting 1943 as a substitute for AII Sv.gol.
A-28m Greyish Blue: Oil-based enamel equivalent to colour AMT-7, for inferior part of aircraft with a metallic structure. With time this colour acquired a yellow tint.
MK-7 Matt White: Removable, water-soluble paint, for temporary or seasonal deployment, used for Winter camouflage during the entire war (1941-1945).