René Fonck, leading French ace of World War I with 75 victories, said that the introduction of the SPAD VII fighter "...completely changed the face of aerial warfare".
The SPAD S.VII C.1 was the first of a series of single-seat biplane fighter[...]
Dux-SPAD VII of 1st Navy Fighter Detachment of Northern hydro-squadron. September, 1919.
Inscriptions and markings - "KV Decol"
Guns - set “MiniWorld”.
Best regards, Vlad.
As 2014 approaches, and with it the centenary of the onset of the Great War, I thought I'd post a few photos of one of the principal aircraft of the conflict, in the livery of one of its greatest pilots.
This is Roden's 1/32 kit of Georges Guyn[...]
This time the Roden SPAD VII with Pheon Decals to do Raoul Lufbery's airplane from S.124, the Lafayette Escadrille. A good kit worth checking out.