In this 19th issue of ACES HIGH we delve into the world of aggressor aircraft, specifically those with camouflage where blue colors predominate.
During the Vietnam War, the United States created air-to-air combat schools, both in the USAF and the USN.
The latter is very famous thanks to the movies and the film TOP GUN, where American fighter planes, many of them already retired from the front line, imitated in terms of tactics, procedures and combat techniques the fearsome Soviet fighters in service in all Warsaw Pact countries, countries close to the Soviet orbit and, of course, in the U.S.S.R. itself.
In the last decades, when facing an aggressor, gray or various shades of gray predominated in their final finish, making them unattractive or boring.
However, the possibility of being able to execute a series of beautiful and sometimes complicated camouflages has been a breath of fresh air for modelers.